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Autumnal Recipe Round-up from our Favourite Bloggers

With Halloween creeping up and the weather starting to feel colder we want to inspire you to get a little bit creative in the kitchen this festive period, so we’ve treated you to a round-up of our favourite seasonal recipes from our most-loved foodie bloggers.

We’ve cherry picked a mix of sweet and savoury recipes, that we’re sure will get both adults and kids in the Halloween mood. However, if dressing up and going out trick or treating isn’t your thing, then that’s completely fine with us too, these recipes are just as perfect for a cosy autumnal night in.

Whatever the nature of your Halloween celebrations, these recipes are absolutely delicious.

 

Toffee Apples by @thelittlegreenspoon

It wouldn’t be Halloween without a toffee apple. These sticky, gooey, delicious sticks of joy by Indy from The Little Green Spoon are made from coconut sugar, cashew butter and coconut milk. If you’ve got kids then this one is perfect for getting them involved. Set up a decorating station with all your favourite toppings and be prepared for a little bit of mess. Indy suggests: roasted nuts, cacao nibs, and desiccated coconut to decorate.

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Apple Breakfast Cookies by @happyskinkitchen

If someone suggests cookies for breakfast, we won’t be turning them down. As the mornings get darker, we have no doubt these cookies will brighten up your morning. Elisa from @happyskinkitchen has perfected this recipe by packing in as much of the good stuff as possible. Simply combine everything together and you have yourself a delicious cookie that’s ideal for an on-the-go breakfast or a quick afternoon snack.

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Roasted Acorn Squash, Herbed White Bean Mash with Chilli, Mint and Pistachio Butter by @alexandradudley

By the time October comes around squash is in an abundance. This beautiful seasonal recipe by ‘serial dinner party host’ Alexandra Dudley celebrates the squash in all its glory pairing it with a herby butterbean mash, which makes a nice change from the traditional potato. Serve this up to guests on an autumnal evening and we’re sure there’ll be empty plates all round.

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Rawwwr Spooky Energy Balls by @madeleine_shaw_

Sugar free, gluten free, dairy free and vegan. What more could you ask for? These little balls of energy are perfect for sharing with kids, friends and work colleagues if you’re looking for a more wholesome treat this Halloween. Made with medjool dates, grated carrot, chia seeds and coconut oil, they will keep you full of energy throughout the morning or afternoon. Madeleine suggests getting creative and using raisins or cranberries to make spooky faces.

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Smoky Cauliflower & Lentil Stew by @rebelrecipes

We don’t know about you but this is the kind of food we love. Full of seasonal veg and fragrant spices, this is the perfect bowl food after a long day. What makes this even better is you’ll probably have most of the ingredients in your kitchen already. Niki from @rebelrecipes finishes this dish off with a spoonful of coconut yogurt for creaminess and then adds a tahini dressing for even more flavour – delicious!

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