Recipes To Try This Fall


It’s time to bust out the crock pot and soup recipes, because it’s finally feeling like Fall around here!

I’ve been on a huge Pinterest kick the last few weeks–going back and making old recipes I love along with trying new ones that look easy and delicious. I usually try to find recipes that don’t require a crazy amount of prep time and can either cook all day in a crock pot or come together within 20 minutes in a pot. Check them out below– they are perfectly fitting for the fall weather ahead! 

Also–I’m guessing most of you know this, but ya’ll have heard of crock pot liners right?! They are a game-changer for crock pot clean-up and I personally think they make the food even tastier (less burnt, or over cooked!) Give them a try with some of these recipes below–you’ll become a fan if you aren’t already!81LGyU2aZ3L._SX522_

Easy One Pot Lasagna Soup- I love lasagna, and was worried that this recipe would be disappointing-but it wasn’t!  It was easy and totally delicious! There were way less dishes with this recipe than making a normal lasagna and also less cheese-if you are more dairy sensitive or watching your calories. You literally dump everything into one pot and let it cook for 30 minutes–it was so easy!Lasagna-soup-main1

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Delicious Turkey Chili Recipe- I’ve been following blogger, Sazan Hendrix since I heard her on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey- and I just think she is so fun and sweet. I came across her chili recipe and decided to try it because it used ground turkey and it also called for spices instead of using a chili packet (nothing wrong with the packets–just wanted something a little different.) Anyways, her recipe was easy and turned out great! It’s on the leaner and healthier side of chili recipes-which is awesome! We are big chili people in this house and I’ve made this multiple times in the last 2 months. 


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Easy Pulled Pork- My mom has been making this for years and its the easiest recipe around! 3 ingredients in the crock pot: onion, a can of Coke, and BBQ sauce. That’s it! The pork turns out wonderful each time. I made this last week for our family and a friend and it’s always a hit. (This is a similar recipe to one we use.) 


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Cheesy Potato Soup- The recipe is always a winner and is the laziest (lol) version of a potato soup out there–but so good! It’s great with different toppings and is pretty low-cost! Great for taking to a party!


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All of these recipes are awesome as leftovers and make a ton! Hoping this gives you some new and different ideas as you head into Fall! 



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