There's a crispness in the air; shouldn't there be a crisp in your kitchen? Apple crisp, roasted pumpkin seeds and butternut squash souffle are among our favorite fall recipes.
Native Americans used pumpkins seeds for medicine. While they can't cure a stomach ache caused by a candy overdose, they can be a tasty, toasted snack that is not only healthy, but delicious.Get cooking!
Lose the butter and swap non-dairy milk like soy for regular and this seasonal treats become vegan-friendly. But you'll never know by tasting them.Get cooking!
With only three main ingredients in the recipe—apples, water and sugar—apple butter is an easy project for families after a great visit to one of the many area orchards. Not only is it low in sugar, it makes a great topping for breads, rolls, ice cream and cakes.Get cooking!
From reader (and former Chicago Parent sales rep) Kimberly Kutnick: "I grew up having this at Thanksgiving and Passover. Now, it’s my son’s favorite dish. He asked me to make it for him one day when he’s home visiting from college (he’s almost 7 now)."Get cooking!
A no-frills, no-bake snack mix that's delicious by the handful. What it lacks in sophistication it more than makes up for with its 5-minute prep time.Get cooking!
Opt for the sweet (and healthy) taste of agave nectar over corn syrup to make these pumpkin-flavored treats.Get cooking!