Although some people and businesses would have you believe otherwise, there’s more to the fall season than “pumpkin spice ___”. There are plenty of other great foods perfect for dinner in Kelowna during autumn that are very satisfying.
Below we detail some of the foods you shouldn’t miss out on having before the snow starts falling.
Squash is one of those great fall treats that you can use in a variety of dishes. This skillet combines both butternut and kabocha squash in a warm blanket of breadcrumbs, parsley, and cheese for a filling meal.
Yes, that’s literally what this dish is called, and no, we don’t understand the name either. What we do understand is that stuffing apples with tasty goodness can only ever end with an amazing dessert. Each apple is stuffed with Braeburns, oats, brown sugar, cinnamon, and ginger. It’s basically like a mini apple crumble inside an apple.
Yeah, we’re back on squash again, but not without good reason. This fall delight consists of mostly just what’s in the name, but the filling is really where this dish shines. The medley of flavours in it hits the delicious note of autumn perfectly and is sure to impress both family and friends.
Back to the desserts! Freshen up your pumpkin-spice lifestyle with this new take on an upside-down cake. Bosc. pears replace traditional pineapple or apples while this entire cake is made in the slow cooker.
You read that correctly, this entire dessert is made within a slow cooker. Just add your fruit, then batter, and let the slow cooker do all the work for you.
Fall doesn’t have to be a time of traditional recipes if you want to branch out a little. The above recipe ideas will definitely give you a good place to start.