Food Holidays to Celebrate at Your Randolph Apartment

September Food Holidays

Today the Woodview at Randolph Blog has recipes to help you celebrate our favorite food holidays this September. Sweeten up your September with delicious desserts, savory meals, and mouth watering sides. We are celebrating Better Breakfast Month, Chocolate Milkshake Day (September 12th), National Butterscotch Pudding Day (September 19th), and National Pepperoni Pizza Day (September 20th). Read on for sweets and treats!

Better Breakfast Month

It’s important to remember to eat the most important meal of the day. Oven roasted breakfast potatoes are a hearty side perfect for a chilly fall morning in Randolph, MA. Season these potatoes with bacon, yellow onion, bacon grease, fresh rosemary, paprika, dried thyme, salt, pepper, fresh rosemary, and fresh thyme. You’ll love the meld of flavors and textures in this simple breakfast side. This recipe comes from The Chunky Chef.

Another great breakfast recipe is this overnight cinnamon apple baked french toast casserole from Life, Love and Sugar. Casserole is a great way to make breakfast easy, and this meal is sweet as can be.

Chocolate Milkshake Day (September 12th)

Make a chocolate lovers coconut milkshake with sea salt on September 12th. This recipe is drenched in decadent chocolate. Use chocolate sauce, chocolate ice cream, chocolate milk, semi-sweet chocolate, and Dutch process cocoa powder to make this sweet treat.

National Butterscotch Pudding Day (September 19th)

We’re taking National Butterscotch Pudding Day and skipping the pudding. Old-fashioned butterscotch lollipops are one of the most traditional treats out there. Learn how to make them by following this tutorial for old-fashioned butterscotch lollipops.

National Pepperoni Pizza Day (September 20th)

Again, we’re going beyond the usual pepperoni pizza served on National Pepperoni Pizza Day and spicing things up a bit. Make this grilled cherry, goat cheese, and arugula pizza instead. This recipe from Recipe Runner has you topping the pizza with olive oil, garlic, cherries, goat cheese, arugula, balsamic vinegar, honey, salt, and pepper. If you’d like a traditional pepperoni pizza on September 20th, make your own with some simple ingredients or head to a pizza parlor in the area.

What’s your favorite food holiday in September? Share a recipe for our apartment community in the comments. Thanks for reading our post. Have a great month here in Randolph, MA!

 

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