Hearth and Soul Hop with Premeditated Leftovers 11/1

Hearth & Soul Hop

Welcome to another Hearth and Soul Hop, the food carnival for and about food that not only nourishes our bodies, but our souls! You can find the Hearth and Soul Hosts sharing links to entries on the Hearth and Soul’s Facebook Page, Pinterest Boards, and Twitter account.

Since last night was Halloween, I am highlighting recipes that have either a”trick” or a special “treat”:

Spicy Grownup Applesauce with SumacShe know how to put the sauce in applesauce!
Beet Creme Brulee – Kudos for working BEETS into a dessert!
Sweet Potato Pie Stuffed Jack o’Lantern CookiesPie filling inside of sugar cookies!
Cinnamon Spice Muffins with Apple Pie FillingPie filling inside of muffins!
White Bean and Millet Mini-CasserolesPureed beans serve as the base for these min-casseroles.

~ Please link a post that closely fits into the mission. If you are new, read the Hearth and Soul Hop mission statement which includes the rules for linking up. As always, if you have any questions please email me at aleasleftovers(at)sbcglobal(dot)net.

~Please include a link back to one/any of the host sites (through worded link or badge). The Hearth and Soul Hosts include:

-Linky will stay open from 1:00 am Tuesday to 11:59 pm Thursday (Eastern time).

Hearth & Soul Hop

1. Grain-Free Fried Chicken

2. Video: Salmon Patties

3. Tina´s PicStory

4. Honey Cake

5. Chipotle Hamburger Salad

6. Skillet Chicken Stew

7. Its the BEST chicken stock EVer!

8. YUMMY HEALTHY PUMPKIN COOKIES w allergy & SF opts

9. GREAT MILD CURRY POWDER – DIY & SAVE $$

10. Creole Artichoke Hearts

11. Crock Pot Apricot Glazed Chicken

12. Easy Crockpot Chicken Tacos

13. Aloo Gobi (Potatoes and Cauliflower)

14. Easy Fall Yum: Baked Acorn Squash & Sweet Potatoes

15. Cranberry Oat Bar

16. Baked borlotti bean and chorizo soup

17. Rapidly Roasted Pot Roast and Vegetables

18. Miso Balsamic Broccolini

19. He-Man Chili

20. Homemade Sausage Patties

21. Our Different Chicken Breeds

22. Chipotle Turkey Chili w/ Apples and Cheddar

23. Cleaning Chicken Feet

24. Red Eyes and Fries

25. Losing Creek Farm – Chili con Carne

26. Ham Steaks With Apples And Pears

27. Colourful Salad

28. Spiced Blueberry and Apple Pie

29. Red and Green Pockets

30. Carrot & Courgette Fritters

31. Thai-spiced Deviled Eggs

32. Carrot & Courgette Fritters

33. Fabulous Finds Week 3

34. Soothing Creamy Carrot Soup

35. Plum Clafouti

36. Healthy Chicken and Rice Casserole

37. How to Make Homemade Pumpkin Puree

38. Southwestern Egg Scrambler

39. Comfort Food – Easy Bread Pudding

40. Blueberry Nectarine Granola – A Remnant of Summer

41. Tempeh Seekh Kebabs. vegan and GF.

42. Minestrone Soup w/ Blue Cheese & Parmesan Meatball

43. Pumpkin-Cran Smoothie!

44. Noodles with Spicy Peanut Sauce

45. Trickle Down Menu Planning

46. Fresh Tomato Marinara Sauce

47. Grapefruit, Beet & Feta Cheese Salad

48. GF Pumpkin Chai Doughnuts With Vanilla Glaze

49. Pumpkin Pie Spiced Latte

50. Using Leftovers – Mexican Casserole

51. Bacon Wrapped Potatoes with Honey Scallion Sauce

52. PINEAPPLE RAISIN SAUCE

53. Stuffed Acorn Squash w/ Barley

54. Ginger Stir-Fry {Remedy for Congestion}

55. Spinach and Parmesan Bloomer

56. Sour Cream Enchiladas

57. Fall inspired hot coffee

58. Urban Fruit Gleaning and Its Delicious Results

59. Buckwheat pasta w/ grilled zucchini, tomatoes

60. Roasted Pumpkin Scones with Fresh Ginger

61. Allergy Free Macaroons (egg, gluten, dairy free)

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About Alea Milham

Alea Milham is the owner and editor of Premeditated Leftovers. She shares her tips for saving money and time while reducing waste in her home. Her favorite hobby, gardening, is a frugal source of organic produce for her recipes. She believes it is possible to live fully and eat well while spending less.

Comments

  1. lydia joyl says:

    I am contributing a recipe that does not look like much of anything special – but it is! I even got raving reviews from my pickiest child! Super simple and so yummy! Thanks for hosting!

  2. I’m linking up creole artichoke hearts today! I love this seasoning and I keep finding new ways to use it.

    Thanks for hosting!

  3. I didn’t see the beet dessert last week; I will definitely have to check that one out!

    This week, I posted a super simple weeknight recipe that got rave reviews from the family. I see a few side dishes posted that would go well with sausage patties for a fall meal.

  4. The linky thing is playing up! I’ve posted the recipe twice….sorry! Please delete one! Have a lovely week!

  5. Hi there! Thanks for hosting. I just found your blog. Love the title of “Premeditated Leftovers”. Bread pudding is one of the best ways to use up scraps of bread. I save all my scraps in a freezer bag until I have enough for a batch.

    I look forward to exploring more of your site and all the awesome recipes in this Linky! :)

  6. Heather @ Nourishing the Heart says:

    My recipe is for blueberry nectarine granola. While I love fall apples and pumpkins, I can never seem to get enough of the berries and stone fruits from summer!

  7. oooh beet creme brulee.. definitely checking it out..
    thanks for hosting! linking up some vegan and gf Seekh Kebabs this week!

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