November Menu Ideas

We’re sharing November Menu Ideas today!

As we officially kick off the holiday season and usher in an eventful month, November is all about trying to keep things as simple as possible.

We begin the month by nailing down our travel schedules and Thanksgiving menus so we’re not rushing around at the last minute to get everything done.

And hopefully, by the end of the month, we’re finishing up the last of our holiday shopping and decorating.

It can easily feel like there is a pull to rush through November.

But I want to encourage you to find ways to enjoy the simple moments.

The sounds of crushing leaves under your boots, the feel of a warm mug around your hands, the gentle hugs of loved ones at Thanksgiving dinner, and the smell of a roaring fire or a pumpkin pie baking in the oven.

December will be here soon enough.

Don’t be afraid to slow down and capture the best of what November has to offer.

It’s such a beautiful time of year!

Here’s a look at our November Menu Ideas…

Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables to Enjoy…

Apples, beets, bok choy, brussels sprouts, chard, cranberries, daikon, fennel, kiwifruit, kumquats, oranges, pears, persimmons, pomegranates, quinces, rutabagas, sunchokes, turnips, and winter squash.

Sweet Treats to Try This Month…

November Menu Ideas Things to Keep in Mind…

While November is filled with lots of love and festivities, things can get hectic very quickly. So, remember to include lots of TCL, and immune-boosting foods in your November Menu Ideas this month!

As always, you can find out How to Meal Plan By The Month here.

Let us know which meals from our November Menu Ideas list you’re looking forward to making the most!

Until next time, I’ll see you on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest.

Many blessings,

CoCo

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4 Comments

  1. Thanks for so many wonderful menu ideas and recipes! I try to batch-cook and freeze our favorite meals during the first couple of weeks of November! It keeps us from hitting the fast food drive-thru places when life gets crazy busy! Hugs, Donna

    1. That is so smart to think ahead like that, Donna! Meal prepping and batch cooking are 2 of the biggest things that keep us going during the holiday season. As you say, it is so easy to hit the drive-thru but freezing meals definitely helps us make better choices. Sending you hugs, CoCo I

  2. I’m a batch cook as well prior to the busy season. I love all your meal ideas and I’m definitely going to try the Bacon Pear Gorgonzola and Apple Pomegranate Salads!! Hugs, Kim

  3. I am definitely making that bacon, pear, Gorgonzola salad!!! Thank you for sharing these recipes. I am always inspired and find a new recipe to try.

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