Gold fall free printables!

Four gold fall free printables!

 

Hey guys! Have you noticed that it’s getting more and more like fall with everyday? Well, I guess that’s because it is fall. 🙂 This morning our lawn was covered in frost! It’s not even November yet and were already getting frost!Four gold fall free printables!
Have any of you put up the fall decor yet? I’m still working on it, and now I have these to add to it all! I have a couple other fall DIY decor that I’ll be posting pretty soon, and I’ll be doing either just a post of my shelves all fall-ified or I’ll do a fall room tour. Which one do you wan’t? 

Four gold fall free printables!
I didn’t used to like fall, but now I love it! ❤️ I love the cozy feeling of fall, and the warm colors, red, orange, yellow. It’s so calm and beautiful!
Four gold fall free printables!

One thing I especially love, is pumpkin spice! I love all of the delicious pumpkin-y foods! Pumpkin bread, pumpkin cookies, pumpkin muffins, pumpkin spice hot cocoa! I love them all! I just HAD to make one of the quotes about pumpkin spice! (Check out some of my fall recipes: Pumpkin breadPumpkin barsHomemade hot chocolateMini powdered donuts, Homemade peach pie)

Four gold fall free printables!
The only downside to fall is that the weather gets cold and windy. I have never liked cold weather though. But I do love fall fashion! Sweaters, mittens, scarves, boots! I love it all! 😊 I can’t say that fall is my favorite season (I love summer the best) but I do still love it.
Four gold fall free printables!

 Be sure to print off these four quotes below! And don’t forget, I just got Instagram the other day so don’t forget to follow me

*printing tip: when I went to print these, I made it so they printed half page instead of full size, if you do that they will end up the perfect size for a 4×6 picture frame. If you do full size they should end up about 8×10, maybe a little smaller. 

Print them off for free:

3. Hello fall  2. Pumpkin spice season 3. The years loveliest smile  4. Well hello October

So I’ll eaither be doing a post of my shelves all decorated for fall or and entire fall room tour, which one do you want?

Pumpkin bread (gluten free, low fodmap)

More pumpkin! Hey guys! I’m back with another pumpkin recipe! First pumpkin bars, now pumpkin bread! What should I make next? I’m thinking maybe pumpkin donuts or pumpkin cookies, or maybe classic pumpkin pie! What do you think? I’m just in a pumpkin mood! Soft, cinnamon-y pumpkin bread, perfect when served with milk!

Soft, cinnamon-y pumpkin bread, perfect when served with milk! Doesn’t that just sound amazing!? This is seriously one of the best recipes I’ve ever made!  Soft, cinnamon-y pumpkin bread, perfect when served with milk!

After one slice you can’t really stop! My sister was begging for thirds before I had even finished my first! :)Soft, cinnamon-y pumpkin bread, perfect when served with milk! 

The first thing everyone says after eating (well, before: This is delicious!) is: How is this Gluten free!? It tastes so good! My secret? Namaste Foods Gluten Free Flour Blend! Buy it on amazon or Costco for $12! I love this gluten free flour blend! I’ve used it in a couple of my past posts:

It even works for people with Celiac disease!

Pumpkin bread (gluten free, low fodmap)
Soft, cinnamon-y pumpkin bread, perfect when served with milk!
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Prep Time
10 min
Total Time
1 hr 20 min
Prep Time
10 min
Total Time
1 hr 20 min
Ingredients
  1. 1/2 cup butter, softened
  2. 1 cup brown sugar
  3. 1 cup canned pumpkin puree
  4. 2 eggs
  5. 1 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
  6. 1/2 tsp ground ginger
  7. 1/4 tsp ground nutmeg
  8. 1/4 tsp ground cloves
  9. 1 tsp baking soda
  10. 1 tsp baking powder
  11. 1 tsp salt
  12. 1 1/2 cup namaste organic gluten free flour blend
Instructions
  1. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Grease a 9-inch loaf pan with cooking spray, set aside.
  3. Mix all the ingredients with a mixer (hand or stand) scraping down the sides until mixed.
  4. Pour into pan.
  5. Bake for 45-55 minutes or until toothpick inserted into the middle comes out clean or mostly clean.
  6. Let cool a little.
  7. Take out of pan and let cool completely.
  8. Serve with a glass of milk and enjoy!
Notes
  1. If you want it not gluten free use normal flour.
Adapted from thedomesticrebel.com
Adapted from thedomesticrebel.com
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 Comment and tell me what pumpkin recipe you think I should post!

10 things you should do before school starts! (a last summer hurrah!)

Hey guys! Summer is ending and school is starting. Were down to the last couple weeks of summer vacation, and I’ve come up with 10 things you should do before school starts as kind of a last summer hurrah! Plus its affordable! This post is directed more to the kids, or as things you should do with your kids before school starts! :)10 things you should do before school starts! (a last summer hurrah!)

1. Go swimming!

I know everyone has been swimming all summer, but there isn’t going to be much of it over the winter! Get in one more swim day before school starts!

2. Roast s’mores!

S’mores are always fun! And its kind of hard to have a camp fire in the winter! I’ve seen lots of variations on s’mores, like using Reese’s peanut butter cups instead of Hersheys! Or roasting Starbursts!10 things you should do before school starts! (a last summer hurrah!)

3. Bake something!

It doesn’t have to be extravagant! Do a simple little recipe like these mini taco bowls! And these ham and cheese pinwheels are fun and healthy!Yummy crunchy taco bowls filled with meat, and topped with lettuce and tomatoes

4. Go to the park!

The park is a great way to get your kids outside! Take a picnic and spend the day there!10 things you should do before school starts! (a last summer hurrah!)

5. Spend a night under the stars!

Whether your camping or just in your backyard, sleeping under the stars is always fun! Just make sure to get plenty of bug spray!

6. Water games in the backyard!

It could be just playing in the hose, jumping on a wet trampoline, or having a water balloon fight! You could play in the sprinklers! Just get outside and play! Over the school year you don’t get a lot of time to play outside in the water! I did this last week and it is so fun!

7. Do a craft!

You don’t have to do a huge complicated craft! Just make something fun and kid friendly, something that will make going back to school a little funner! Like these fun bookworm pencil toppers, or even just cover their pencils with washi tape ! And for the older kids, get these printable binder covers to color! If your not the crafty type, just print off some coloring pages!

8. Go boating/to the beach!

Going to the beach is something you can’t really do in the winter. And, if you own a boat, take it and go tubing! 
10 things to do before school starts!

9. Go biking! 

Biking is so fun! Go on a family bike ride! It’s the perfect way to get your family active! Or even better, Pack a picnic and bike to the park!

10. Have a back to school party/dinner

When I was little, on the night before the first day of school, we would have a back to school dinner/party thing. It made going back to school so much funner! My mom would make us little crowns with the grade we were going into on them and we would have a fun dinner, and dessert! It was so fun and made everything so much more exciting! For the crowns you can make them out of colored paper, foam, or you can even sew them! So, cut them out, punch holes in each ends, and add ribbon to the back!10 things you should do before school starts! (a last summer hurrah!)Tell me what you are doing before school starts!

Pumpkin bars with cream cheese frosting! (gluten free, low fodmap)

Hey everybody! Yesterday was a little windy and cold and it just got me into the fall mood! I had to make these pumpkin bars! The best part about them is that they are gluten free and low-fodmap! (dont worry, if you don’t want them to be gluten free/low-fodmap then you can just use normal flour) How these are low-fodmap and gluten free is I use this amazing flour: Namaste gluten free flour I love it, you can buy it on amazon or at Costco (the Costco costs $12) I love this gluten free flour because it tastes exactly the same! It makes you feel like you can actually eat something if you have to be gluten free! :)Delicious, moist gluten free pumpkin bars, topped with sweet cream cheese frosting, and sprinkled with cinnamon!

These aren’t just any pumpkin bars, these are, delicious, moist gluten free pumpkin bars, topped with sweet cream cheese frosting, and sprinkled with cinnamon! These are winning pumpkin bars!Delicious, moist gluten free pumpkin bars, topped with sweet cream cheese frosting, and sprinkled with cinnamon!

Everyone will devour these pumpkin bars (as long as they like pumpkin 🙂 ) More than half the pan is gone and I made these yesterday! Even though these are gluten free they still taste amazing! And don’t worry, if you aren’t a big fan of gluten free, that’s ok! Just use normal flour! Delicious, moist gluten free pumpkin bars, topped with sweet cream cheese frosting, and sprinkled with cinnamon!

Ever since making these I have just been in the fall mood! Next im going to make pumpkin cookies, pumpkin pie, you name it! I just feel so fall-ish! Especially the colors! I can’t wait to hear from all of you who make these, tell me how you like them!

Pumpkin bars (gluten free, low fodmap)
Delicious, moist gluten free pumpkin bars, topped with sweet cream cheese frosting, and sprinkled with cinnamon!
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
25 min
Total Time
40 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
25 min
Total Time
40 min
For the bars
  1. 4 eggs
  2. 1 15 oz can pumpkin puree
  3. 1 1/2 cups white sugar
  4. 1 cup vegetable oil
  5. 2 cups namaste organic gluten free flour blend
  6. 1 teaspoon baking powder
  7. 1 teaspoon baking soda
  8. 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
  9. pinch of salt
For the frosting
  1. 1 (8 oz) package of cream cheese
  2. 1 cup butter, softened
  3. 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  4. 3 cups powdered sugar
For the bars
  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Spray a 13 x 9 in pan.
  3. Take butter and cream cheese out of the refrigerator and set aside.
  4. Beat eggs in a large bowl until foamy.
  5. Add the vegetable oil, pumpkin and white sugar. Beat on medium until mixed.
  6. Add the gluten free flour, baking soda, baking powder, cinnamon, and salt.
  7. Beat on low until just combined.
  8. pour into a 13 x 9 in. pan. (if you want them thin pour half into one pan and half into a second pan)
  9. Bake 25 minutes or until toothpick come out clean.
  10. Cool completely before frosting.
For the frosting
  1. Beat together cream cheese, butter, and vanilla.
  2. Gradually add in powdered sugar.
  3. Spread over pumpkin bars when they are completely cooled. Sprinkle with cinnamon.
Adapted from gimmedelicious.com
Adapted from gimmedelicious.com
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Fourth of July free printables

Hey guys! I know I haven’t posted in a looong time, but I’m just going to pretend none of it happened. 😉 I just love the Fourth of July! Probably because it is like the warmest holidays there is. 🙂 So today, I realized that it’s just next week, and I hadn’t posted anything for it, so I whipped these up! They are super cute and all free!

 

Free fourth of july printables!

You can get red or blue, or both! 🙂 Just print them out below!America the beautiful red and blue free printables

I love the Fourth of July because it’s fun and cheerful! I also love having summer barbecues! I just love summer in general!

land of the free, free printable

Print them off!

America the beautiful blue  

America the beautiful red

Land of the free!