Eat Well and Spend Less by Making the Most of Fall Foods

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Fall is truly my favorite time of year: the leaves are changing color, the mornings are becoming increasingly cooler, and the sweaters are coming out of hibernation. It is just an all-around cozy time.

This month, our Eat Well, Spend Less series is preparing for the coming winter by showing how we make the most of fall foods.

I am always looking for fun, healthy snacks for my kids, and Jessica at Life as MOM has 10 Frugal Fall Snacks for Hungry Kids.

Apples are a favorite fruit around here, so Katie at Kitchen Stewardship’s post on 10 Things to do with Apples is very timely!

Katie, at Good Life Eats has shared her family’s Favorite Recipes for Fall.

Aimee, at Simple Bites has a yummy-sounding French Onion Soup that I can’t wait to try.

If you are in need for fall breakfast ideas, Shaina at Food For My Family is sharing Hearty Breakfasts for Cold Mornings.

Carrie, at Denver Bargains has the Holiday Grocery Sale and Predictions lined out to help you better plan your holiday grocery shopping trips.

Tammy, at Tammy’s Recipes explains how to Use and Enjoy Glorious Fall Pumpkins and Squash.

And of course, my own contribution: How to Save on Thanksgiving.

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