Ahhh it’s October, which means it’s officially fall! We had a teaser of fall weather a couple weeks ago and I instantly started making pumpkin everything! We are now back to the hot weather unfortunately, but hopefully the cooler weather comes back sooner than later!
In honor of fall and October I thought I would share some of my favorite fall/pumpkin recipes!
First one is of course, Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies. These are usually gone the day after I make them, they are SO yummy! The recipe I use is here!
Next one is Candied Yams! I made these for the first time last year for our Friends-Giving and they were a hit! The recipe I used is here!
Then of course we have Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Bread! I have tried out a couple different recipes and this one is my favorite, here!
Banana Bread is next! This is the yummiest recipe I have found, I also add chocolate chips to it! Here it is.
I have a couple new recipes that I am wanting to try this fall, so if they are yummy I will share them! Make sure to leave some of your favorites in the comments below, thanks for reading!
Happy Tuesday everyone! Today I am going to share another one of my go-to recipes. Most of the stuff we make for dinner is easy and quick, because of how busy we are! When I prepare this recipe, I cook all the ingredients separately and then mix them all together at the end. I do this just to avoid any raw chicken mixing with the other sweet potatoes and green beans. The amount of ingredients that I have listed below is what we use for two people, but we always have leftovers, so it could feed three people. Step by step instructions are listed below!
• Two chicken breasts
• A few handfuls of green beans (we buy the fresh ones in the produce section that you pick out individually)
• Chicken Broth (I usually try to get the low sodium one)
• Two sweet potatoes
• One lemon
First, I get the sweet potatoes boiling because they take the longest to cook, and while that is going we dice up the chicken breasts.
Next, once the potatoes are cooked through all the way (poke a butter knife through to check how soft it is) we let them cool and then peel them.
After that, we start cooking the chicken. I season mine with garlic salt, onion powder, and pepper. While the chicken is cooking we cut the green beans in half, cut the ends off and get them washed.
Then, we dice up the sweet potatoes and put them in the pan that we are going to mix all the cooked ingredients in.
Following that, we blanch that green beans and cook them with the same seasonings as the chicken and add lemon as well.
Once all the ingredients are cooked we combine them in a pan with chicken broth. I don’t have a certain amount I use, I just keep adding it once it all boils out along with some water. I do that process three times so that the chicken broth can add some more flavor to the meal. If you happen to get too much water or chicken broth in the pan just turn the heat up and let it boil out. If you guys have any questions about how to prepare this recipe please let me know, I would love to help if I can! Hope you guys have a great week, see ya Thursday! 🙂