Fabulous Fall Foods -Share Your Stuff Tuesday #63

Welcome to Share Your Stuff Tuesday.

Happy September!!! Yes, I believe September deserves three exclamation points. I absolutely LOVE Fall. College football, changing leaves, pumpkin, apples, soup, homemade bread, and cooler evenings are some of my favorite things and I know they will be here soon.

This week’s features theme is Fall Foods. I’m sharing three recipes as my personal picks that I would make for my family for supper or weekend lunch.
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My Personal Picks


Broccoli and cheese soup is one of my favorites and this Broccoli and Cheese Potato Soup from About a Mom would be great on a chilly Fall evening


There is nothing like homemade bread to go with soup during the Autumn months. Homemade wheat bread from Ten at the Table looks easy and delicious.


This Biscoff Marshmallow Crumb Cake from Reasons to Skip the Housework would make a fabulous dessert for our simple Fall meal or even a tasty breakfast.

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What are your favorite Fall Foods?

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