Back to Fall: Recipe Round Up
Good Morning everyone! With the beginning of fall I’ve decided to enlisted my favorite bloggers to help me out! I’m extremely busy (and stressed) with the start of my new semester. Without further ado, Meet Charissa! I adore this girl! She inspires me daily with her posts on healthy eating and fitness. I applaud her going back to school to become a personal trainer and wish her all the luck in the world!
Hey Sweet Remedy readers! I’m Charissa from Colourful Palate and I’m really excited to be posting on Samantha’s site today! Samantha is SUCH a sweetie and every time I’m at her site I just look at the screen and drool. (P.S. Samantha, you need to give me some photography lessons – your photos are ah-maaazing!)
So since its autumn I wanted to share a few yummy recipes that are great for the change of the season. Whether you need after-school snacks for the kids, a warm breakfast before a long day at work, or something sweet I got you covered. At my site, I try to keep all my recipes easy, yummy, and healthy.
I don’t know about you, but there’s nothing cozier than a big bowl of oatmeal on a chilly morning. I love to keep things interesting by adding delicious mix-ins like peanut butter, yogurt, sliced almonds, honey, fruit, cocoa, protein powder, or applesauce. The things you can do to a simple bowl of oatmeal are limitless and can take breakfast from boring to exciting.
One of our family’s favourite snacks is cut up apples and a healthy apple dip recipe I created years ago. It’s become something we make for guests or when children come over and it’s always a huge hit! There’s no added sugar since dates are actually what is used to sweeten things up, but you’d never know it! This would be fantastic for an after-school snack for the kids.
I’m so obsessed about peanut butter it’s not even funny. I make sure to get the organic kind (with no added sugars or oils) and I like to add it to my smoothies, oatmeal, and my sweet treats. These cookies take only minutes to make and they are so addicting! This fall, I’m going to school to become a personal trainer and I know these cookies will be in my brown bag often!
Hope you enjoyed these recipe ideas for fall! If you want more yummy recipes come on over to Colourful Palate! Thanks again Samantha for having me guest post (insert a virtual hug here)!