I love cranberries. Something about that fall flavor just tastes awesome. That said, they can be pretty stinkin’ tart when you just taste one. The kiddo found out the hard way because when we cook together, he insists on tasting every single ingredient. It got me thinking about the science behind cranberries and a way we could learn by experimenting while we cook!
It’s crazy how much fun you can have with pumpkins in the fall… searching for just the right one at the pumpkin patch, carving it, eating fresh-baked pumpkin goods like pumpkin bread and pumpkin cake… I just love pumpkins, and enjoying them all October long is such a great thing. Just a few days ago, I shared a recipe for Pumpkin Pie Mini Egg Rolls. I love that pumpkin is so versatile, and that’s why I’ve worked with it a lot on my blog. But today, I want to share some of my favorite pumpkin ideas from around the web… so keep scrolling and check it out!
There are SO many incredible pumpkin posts. Ketchup and I can’t wait to make the pumpkin dog treats for our pup! Bookmark this page so you can come back and try out all the recipes, crafts, and activities with you and your family!
Check back next month when Social Fabric features posts with a cranberry theme. You can always search the hashtag #SoFabSeasons to find more of what you’re looking for!
What pumpkin idea are you excited to try? Let me know in the comments below! Also, check out last month’s Apple Themed roundup here!
Pumpkin season is in full swing. I know I’m late to the party because Pumpkin Spice Lattes came back forever ago, it seems like, but we just got our pumpkins carved this weekend… so cut me some slack. It took Ketchup and me forever to agree on a good pumpkin design– he wanted me to carve Josh Dun’s face on a pumpkin (for those who don’t know, it’s the drummer from Twenty One Pilots, and Ketchup is obsessed). Finally, I talked him down and we agreed on the Twenty One Pilots logo instead– simple, straight lines, easier to do. You know what’s even easier than carving straight lines on a pumpkin, though? Making these bite-sized pumpkin pie egg rolls. Trust me.
Apples are easily my favorite thing about the fall season… growing up, fall was always the season for hot apple cider from a local cider mill, cider donuts, and just spending time with family. Not long ago, I shared one of my favorite recipes so you could make apple cider donuts at home! Today, though, I’d like to share this collection of apple themed posts from other bloggers around the web! From beauty to food to activities, these are all written by members of the Social Fabric community. I know you’re going to love them, and I hope you have a great season creating many amazing fall memories with your family.
There are a few things that just say fall to me… barbecue for tailgating, regardless of which sport you support, corn mazes, and of course, apple cider donuts. A hot apple cider donut, freshly fried, with a warm cup of apple cider, is just something that screams autumn to me. I couldn’t resist making them at home.