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  Holidays like Halloween and Thanksgiving make autumn a season for trying new foods or creating old favorites. For those who seek a new taste this season, here are three yummy autumn recipes. All of these recipes are quick and fun to make.

Sesame Potato Chips

First, preheat two baking sheets in 425 degrees F oven. Next, chop the potatoes into even slices and toss lightly with olive oil and salt. Take the potato slices and lay them on the two baking sheets. Sprinkle the slices with salt and sesame seeds. Bake for ten minutes.

Ingredients: Potatoes, Olive Oil, Salt

Cinnamon-Sugar Sticks

First, mix 1/2 cup of softened cream cheese with 1 tablespoon of cinnamon sugar until smooth. Spread onto strips of refrigerated breadstick dough. Twist and bake as the dough label directs. Lastly, spread with butter.

Ingredients: Softened Cream Cheese, Cinnamon-Sugar, Breadstick Dough, Butter

Bean Roll-Ups

First, spread a bean dip on a flour tortilla and top with cheese. Roll the tortilla up and brush with vegetable oil. Bake the roll-up for 10 minutes at 400 degrees F.

Ingredients: Bean Dip, Flour Tortilla, Cheese, Vegetable Oil.

Many students agree that autumn is a great season for cooking. One anonymous student said that she enjoys making  pumpkin pies or pecan pies every year. She explained how cooking can bring her family together during the holiday seasons. “My brothers cook the turkey and my mom, sister, and I all make the dessert for Thanksgiving. It’s sort of a race to see who can finish first.” Like most families, anonymous says that traditions are really important when making Thanksgiving dinner. “Fall is my favorite time for cooking because my family and I get to come together and try different recipes we gathered over the year.”

 

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Autumn Recipes