Monday, October 21, 2013

Fall Festivals Around the World

Fall is my absolute favorite time of year. The crisp air, the yummy smells, the beautiful all speaks to my soul. I love the freshness of the cool air, the cozy clothes, and the pumpkin spice lattes! Fall is just a magical time. One of my favorite fall traditions is to visit the pumpkin patch with my sweet family. When the kiddos get older I look forward to taking vacations during the fall (another perk of homeschooling, we can travel anytime!) For now, we'll stick to backyard camp-outs, pumpkin patch fun, and fall festivals.


Although we can't travel during this most magical time, we can enjoy learning about fall festivals around the world. A couple of weeks ago I was contacted by Priority One Jets. They would soon be featuring an exciting blog post, sharing unique fall festivals from around the world, and a fun fall recipe and asked if I would share. We always love trying new recipes and going on adventures from the comfort of our home, so I was in.

Check the link below to view some exciting festivals around the world.

I love learning about the National Apple Harvest Festival, that looks fun! My girls would love to visit a real apple farm, but for now the beautiful pictures will do. And how cool would the Paris Autumn Festival be?!? Paris in the fall, magical indeed!

The girls LOVE helping out in the kitchen, so they were thrilled to try this new apple recipe. As we were slicing the apples the girls kept collecting the apple seeds and running outside to plant them. Finley kept saying she hoped they would have apple trees in the spring. They even watered the seeds...poor girls. I tried to explain that we didn't have the right soil or environment for apple trees.

So important to cook with kids and this recipe was super easy and fun.


It was so yummy! I forgot to add the honey, but after a few bites Finley reminded me and it really made the difference!

Hope you enjoy!

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