Happy November! This recipe collection has a little bit of everything – nourishing soups, comfort food, Thanksgiving dishes. I hope you love them as much as we do.
Masala Chai With Whole Spices
Masala chai literally translates as “spiced tea,” so it’s no surprise that it’s full of rich, full-bodied spices that will fill your kitchen with a delightful aroma when brewed. This version is infused with cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, fennel and peppercorns, it’s absolutely delicious both hot and cold.
Slow Cooker Apples With Salted Caramel Sauce
These slow cooker apples can be quickly prepped before bed, then the whole kitchen is filled with a delicious aroma in the morning.
Coconut Lime Chicken Curry Soup
This simple Thai-inspired soup melds tangy lime and sweet coconut with warming ginger and fresh cilantro. It’s one of my favorite ways to use leftover roasted chicken and homemade bone broth, and it’s easy enough to make on a busy weeknight.
Chicken Tortilla Soup
This is one of my all-time favorite soups for cooler weather. I often make a double (sometimes triple) batch so that I can freeze leftovers for easy lunches.
Easy Gluten-Free Stuffing
Savory sage and sweet apples make this gluten-free stuffing recipe a delicious alternative to traditional bread-based side dishes. Here’s what a reader had to say about it:
Everyone at our Thanksgiving dinner was surprised that it was not only bread free, but grain free. It tastes very much like my mom’s bread stuffing!”
Cranberry Sauce With Fresh Whole Berries & Orange
This sweet and tart cranberry sauce is so much better than the canned stuff you’ll find on store shelves.
I love its beautiful, garnet-colored hue and how easy it is to make. Plus, it can be whipped up in advance to make meal prep easier on Thanksgiving.
Jellied Cranberry Sauce
This sweet, tart jellied cranberry sauce is easy to put together and makes a beautiful addition to any table.
I love pouring mine into mini-bundt pans to make them more decorative, but you can also let them set in a small, heat-proof serving bowl.
Cauliflower Mashed “Potatoes”
Back when my family was on a healing protocol that excluded white potatoes, we fell in love with this recipe.
Although we eat potatoes now, it’s still one of my favorite ways to serve cauliflower. So good!
Maple Pecan Pie
The sweet filling and whole pecan topping in this recipe reminds me of the pies I grew up with, only without the corn syrup!
How To Make Pumpkin Puree (Easy Method)
The flavor of homemade pumpkin puree is sweeter, richer, and made with 100% pumpkin, which can’t be said for some canned versions that use different types of squash as filler.
Have you ever thought the phrase “easy as pie” was an oxymoron, like open secret or authentic replica? I mean, how easy can making a pie from scratch really be?
The answer: Really easy. In this post I share my recipe for pumpkin pie, plus a tutorial for making a simple decorative pie crust.
This grain-free “cornbread” is so satisfying that I that I don’t even miss regular cornbread.
Actually, I think I like this recipe better because it’s pretty much mistake-proof.