Before I started student teaching, my parents got me a Vera Bradley lunch bag for Christmas. I also got a thirty-one bag from one of my friends for lunches. I pack my lunch every single day when school is in session and these have both held up so well over the years!
Two.Both of my parents love buying candles and it’s the cutest. So many candles bring back a ton of memories from my childhood. My parents bought me this candle recently and it has been perfect to burn in the fall. 🙂 You can find the cinnamon bun scent, here! Trust me, you will love it! Breakfast on the Farm is another favorite!
Three.My pumpkin smoothie. For the beginning of the week when it was oh so hot, and for the cooler temperatures we have now. 🙂
Four.I grew up watching this movie with my Mom and sister. After Wednesday’s post, I was thinking about my favorite movies in the fall. The book store, coffee, and feeling this movie gives me is so cozy and fall-ish that I had to watch it and add it to my favs this week.
You could really use any veggies for this “recipe.” Just peel if needed, and dice/cut the vegetables into similar size pieces so they cook evenly! We like to use whatever is in season. 🙂
- green peppers
- orange peppers
- yellow squash
- yellow onion
- salt and pepper
What to do:
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Place all cut and diced veggies in a large bowl. Drizzle a small amount of EVOO over the veggies, sprinkle with salt and pepper, and toss. Place on a baking sheet and place in the oven for about 45 minutes or until soft and slightly brown. Like I mentioned, we switch up the veggie combo often. For this particular bowl, I sautéed kale and cooked bacon to add to the vegetables. I cut the bacon into bite sized pieces and drizzled balsamic vinegar over everything. 🙂 Let me know if you have any questions at all since it’s such a loose “recipe”! Happy Friday!
Oh! And from what I hear, it’s national guacamole day?! There’s always an excuse to celebrate. 😉 You find my guacamole recipe, here!