For me, November truly means fall. The weather is no longer warm. The leaves are really falling off of the trees and I start to think of all things turkey. November is also my mother’s birthday month, so I relish my Thanksgiving memories with her. But there are all kinds of November Food Holiday Observances to enjoy, many of which also make me think of her. Use this to help you to plan your menu at home, for creative snack ideas in the classroom, or party fun! I’ll keep adding links as I come up with them. Also be sure to check out my Pinterest boards of Recipes to Try and Montessori Food Prep Activities for even more ideas. Which ones are your favorites?
Fall is here and you know what that means. It’s time to get #basic and buckle down with all things pumpkin. I admit that I hold off until the calendar actually says it is the season of autumn. But then it can be no holds barred. If you like pumpkin spice, then why not kick off your day with Cinnamon Pumpkin Waffles? You get that pumpkin flavor you’re craving with a hint of complementary spice that doesn’t overload your senses. Plus it’s just fun to mix up your breakfast every once in a while. Or actually, top these with something like vanilla ice cream, and you have a tasty dessert on hand. However you choose to make your them, enjoy your Cinnamon Pumpkin Waffles! Continue reading “Cinnamon Pumpkin Waffles Recipe”
The fall and winter holiday season is a great time to take your cocktails to the next level. Mimosas are a particular brunch favorite, be it the holidays or other special occasion. Technically a mimosa has to be have some kind of a citrus-based juice with the sparkling wine or champagne. We’re going to fudge the definition a bit with cranberry mimosa recipes. Bars, restaurants, and even your kitchen often already have cranberry juice on hand anyway. Each mimosa cocktail here uses cranberry in some fashion. Which one piques your interest?