Fall Food Bucket List

Hey yall! Well we’re already a month into Winter and here I am just now posting some lists for Winter. That’s ok. We still have about 2 months left of winter. Today I’m going to recap a few things I made from my Fall Food Bucket List and then list off recipes/foods to try during Winter!

Fall Food List Recap

I had a lot of lofty goals when I made my Fall Food List! Here’s the few things that I did make with links for anything that I have posted about.

Fall Food Bucket List

Apple Walnut Oatmeal Muffins

— I tried these Air Fryer Bloomin’ Apples. I wasn’t a huge fan of these. I didn’t have time to attempt this recipe again, but maybe next fall.



— I got my Granny’s Pumpkin Bread recipe from my sister and made this pumpkin bread twice! However, I’m realizing I never posted the recipe. So yet another reason why I’m glad I’m writing this post so that I can figure out another post I need to write and share.


— After making the Pumpkin Bread, I had about a half a can of pumpkin puree left over which I didn’t want to waste, especially because it was so hard to find last fall. I made some Chocolate Chip Pumpkin cookies. I can’t seem to remember, which recipe I used. I wasn’t a big fan of these.


— I made an Apple Pie with my niece, Abi, when I was over at their house when my new niece was being born. Abi googled a recipe.

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Winter Recipe Bucket List

Here’s some of Ingredients I want to include in some recipes:
Fresh Spinach
Zucchini/Squash – I got a spiralizer for Christmas so I want to try pasta dishes and substitute veggie noodles for regular pasta.

— I’ve made all sort of sheet pan recipes, but haven’t posted any of the recipes here yet. I know that’s been a thing for years, but I’d like to make some and share. I found some great ideas here.

French Onion Chicken sounds really good.
I’ve already made Instant Pot Cheeseburger Mac & Cheese a couple times this year already, but I’m tweaking Chungah’s recipe and plan to share it here eventually.

— Back in December when we were in Florida for a few days we stopped at a Chili’s for dinner. They were doing a great job of wearing masks and spacing people out unlike other restaurants we had stopped at. Anyway, I had the their Southwest Chicken Soup and it was amazing! I want to recreate it at home.

I thought since I only accomplished very few out of the very long list for Fall, I would keep my Winter list shorter. What is on your food list for this winter?

Linking up with Leslie today! 🙂