10 Things To Make In September
Fall is near, the weather is starting to cool off, and that can only mean one thing: Hearty, warm-you-up meals and snacks are back on the menu. This month we put together 10 incredible recipes that are ideal for game day snacking, rushed weeknight cooking and on-the-go breakfasts. Don’t miss your chance to check out these 10 recipes that are perfect for September.
Easy Meat Lover’s Stromboli
Stromboli does it all: It’s the perfect dinner for busy nights on the go, it’s deliciously filling and it’s easy to put together. This meat lover’s Stromboli from our blogger friend The Cookie Rookie features sausage, pepperoni, bacon and cheese, all stuffed in a perfectly crispy crust.
Inspired by one of our favorite deli sandwiches and our love of pizza, we present one of the most awe-inspiring hybrid pies you’ll ever eat. This delicious pizza features all your favorite Reuben toppings, including sauerkraut, provolone, Swiss cheese and thin-sliced corned beef. We top it off with a killer homemade Bechamel sauce that makes this unlike any pizza you’ve ever had.
Take a walk on the lighter side with this healthy take on spaghetti and meatballs. We use ground turkey to lower the fat content and swap spaghetti for creamy polenta. Top it off with our Pomodoro Fresco Marinara sauce for fresh flavor without spending extra minutes in the kitchen, and you have the perfect healthy weeknight dish.
We love cooking one-pot meals on busy nights—and this sausage pasta is one of our favorite recipes. Featuring onion, garlic, red pepper, kale, mozzarella and Parmesan, this easy one-skillet dinner is perfect for those nights when you don’t have a lot of time on your hands.
Who doesn’t love a grab n’ go breakfast? These sweet sticky buns are perfect for quick mornings on the go—or take your time and make them for a relaxing weekend at home with family.
Enjoy this banana, granola and yogurt parfait as an indulgent breakfast, superstar snack or after-dinner dessert. We guarantee you’ll go bananas for it!
There are hundreds of ways to prepare minestrone in Italy—this is a simple, Genovese version. Adapt it to the season and your own tastes, adding any vegetable you wish, and create a hearty, cold-weather soup.