French Onion Pot Roast

French Onion Pot Roast is THE BEST pot roast you’ll ever eat! The recipe can be made in a slow cooker or pressure cooker for an easy, delicious meal!

Shredded pot roast with onions on top of mashed potatoes on white plate with gold fork and red and white striped towel

Today’s post is sponsored by my friends at the California Beef Council!

On this week’s episode of the “Feed Me” Podcast, we’re talking all about “One Pot Wonders” for fall. From recipes made in one pot on the stove, like Buffalo Taco Spaghetti, to recipes made in a slow cooker, like Pumpkin Chili, to recipes made in a pressure cooker, like Beef Ragu.

Fall is the perfect time to reach for one pot recipes to cook up something warm and delicious! And today I have the most amazing new one pot wonder to share!

Read the full recipe here!

Sheet Pan Gnocchi with Butternut Squash & Crispy Kale

Vegan baked gnocchi is tossed with delicious fall spices, butternut squash and crispy kale for an easy, healthy, sheet pan recipe made in just 25 minutes!

Gnocchi, butternut squash and kale in bowl with wooden spoons

Butternut squash is my favorite fall vegetable! It can be turned into an appetizer with this Roasted Butternut Squash Apple Bruschetta Recipe, a taco with this Vegan Butternut Squash Taco Recipe or a soup with this Chai Spiced Butternut Squash Soup Recipe. It’s so versatile and so delicious!

A few weeks ago I had a bag of diced up butternut squash in the fridge and a package of gnocchi in the pantry, I decided to experiment putting the two together in an easy sheet pan recipe for dinner.

That dinner turned out so delicious that I turned around and made it again the next day for the blog!

The crispy kale, paired with the tender gnocchi and creamy butternut squash creates the perfect trifecta of textures. And all of the fall spices really take the flavor of this recipe over the top!

Read the full recipe here!

Cheesy Taco Meatballs

Cheesy Taco Meatballs are great as an easy appetizer recipe, or add them to tortillas for a fun twist on tacos! They’re also low carb & gluten free!

Taco meatballs on plate with small wooden bowl filled with hot sauce

If there’s one thing I know how to do, it’s how to throw one heck of a party!

Whether it’s my annual Superbowl Party, Christmas/Birthday Cocktail Party, or just a random football watch party, I go all out on the food and fun!

The weekend before Halloween I threw a pumpkin carving party, complete with tons of new dishes for my friends to try!

The boyfriend requested meatballs, so I came up with these Cheesy Taco Meatballs.  Buffalo Cheesy Sausage BallsGluten Free Sweet Potato Sausage Balls and Sausage Stuffing Balls have been some of the most requested recipes for parties in the past, so I decided to stick with the sausage ball trend in this new, fun, spicy recipe!

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Buffalo Cheeseburger Tater Tot Casserole

This easy, cheesy Buffalo Cheeseburger Tater Tot Casserole is seriously the best! It’s made with ground beef, buffalo sauce and cheddar cheese, all in one pot, for a quick and simple recipe!

Buffalo cheeseburger tater tot casserole in blue cast iron skillet with red spatula lifting casserole out of skillet

I’ve come to the conclusion that I need more tater tots in my life. They’re delicious, crispy little bites of potato goodness that make you feel like a kid again, what’s not to love?!

Of course, I decided to make my first tater tot casserole with buffalo sauce and cheese, because buffalo cheesiness is my favorite!

Buffalo Chicken Cheesy Penne, Buffalo Cheesy Sausage Balls, Buffalo Cheesy Tortellini and Buffalo Cheesy Pizza Bread, just a few examples of my love for all things buffalo cheesy!

Read the full recipe here!

Pumpkin Cookie Cups with Salted Caramel Filling

Delicious little pumpkin cookies are baked into mini cookie cups and filled with an easy homemade salted caramel sauce for a melt-in-your-mouth fall dessert recipe!

Pumpkin cookie cups filled with salted caramel on black wire baking rack with orange striped towel

I’m so excited to share these little bites of salted caramel pumpkin heaven!

Inspired by my Nutella Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups and Red Velvet Cream Cheese Cookie Cups, I made these Pumpkin Cookie Cups with Salted Caramel to celebrate the arrival of fall!

After Kurt took his first bite, his response was “you could open a bakery that just sells these!” They’re seriously that good, they can stand on their own up against any other fall dessert.

They’re the perfect little snack to serve at Halloween parties or to bring to a Friendsgiving celebration. I can definitely tell you that this will not be the only time I make these pumpkin cookies this fall!

Read the full recipe here!