Individual Bistro Crescent Plate

New for 2017 is the Fiesta® Individual Bistro Crescent Plate.  This remarkably versatile dish can serve up savory sides, crusty breads, and dazzling desserts, all the while taking up less table space than a classic circular dish.  Here are a few of our favorite ways to use this handy new item.

The Crescent Plate adds visual interest to a classic table setting and can be used as a bread plate or to corral juicy side dishes.

Its curvilinear design allows the dish to nest perfectly against your favorite plate or bowl for a more compact eating space. 

Ideal for entertaining, the fun shape of our Crescent Plate can be arranged in all sorts of designs, making appetizers all the more appetizing. 

Don’t forget dessert! The Crescent Plate is the perfect size for serving up sweet treats with additional space to make it a la mode if the mood should strike.

Not limited to surfaces, our Crescent Plate is amazing at holding hors d’oeuvres while mingling with guests.  Even something as simple as chips and dip can be elevated to party status when served on the Crescent Plate.  Add a Bouillon or Individual Salsa Bowl for personal dipping.

With so many ways to be integrated into a meal, we don’t really know how we made it this long without the Individual Bistro Crescent Plate. Let us know how you plan to use this imaginative piece.  Share your ideas with us on Facebook or Instagram.  And if you’re lucky enough to have gotten your own already, please share pictures!

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Rosemary Sea Salt Skillet Bread

 

How many times have you been making dinner, a tasty pasta, or maybe a crisp salad, and realize the only thing to complete the meal would be a hot loaf of fresh bread? We know we’ve been there! Running out to the store is an option, but wouldn’t you rather have a steaming loaf straight from your own oven? Of course you would! Enter Sweet Paul Magazine’s Skillet Bread.

We’ve adapted the original Fennel Seed recipe that Sweet Paul posted, but the core is still the same (and still simple!). We found ourselves daydreaming about Rosemary Sea Salt bread whilst mixing ingredients, and we’re not ones to deny a good salty craving, so we went with it! We also kept to the same baking vessel (our Fiesta Skillet Baker), which is ideal for making this skillet bread.

For first timers, the key to making bread is giving your dough enough time to rise. A vital step is to check the expiration date on your yeast before adding it in. Expired yeast prevents the dough from rising properly, leaving your bread flat, instead of fluffy. And remember, yeast thrives in a warm, moist environment!

Are you planning on making our Rosemary Sea Salt Skillet Bread? If so, be sure to share your photos with us on Facebook or Instagram. Happy baking!

Rosemary Skillet Bread
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Ingredients
  1. 1½ tablespoons dry active yeast
  2. 1 tablespoon honey
  3. ½ cup+1 cup warm water
  4. 3½ cups all purpose flour
  5. 3 tablespoons olive oil
  6. oil for greasing the skillets
  7. 1 teaspoon salt
  8. 4 teaspoons olive oil
  9. course sea salt
  10. 1 tablespoon rosemary
Instructions
  1. Mix yeast, honey, and ½ cup warm water in a large bowl and let it sit for 5 minutes. It should be frothy after 5 minutes, if not the yeast is dead and you have to start over.
  2. Add the rest of the water, flour, oil, and salt and mix until you have a smooth dough.
  3. Cover the bowl with plastic and let it rise until double in size. This will take about 40 minutes.
  4. Preheat the oven to 400°F.
  5. Divide the dough into 4 and place each dough into a well-greased skillet, top with oil, and use your fingers to flatten out the dough.
  6. Top with salt and rosemary.
  7. Bake them golden for about 18–20 minutes.
  8. Cool on a wire rack and serve in the skillet.
Adapted from Sweet Paul Magazine
Adapted from Sweet Paul Magazine
Fiesta Dinnerware, Always Festive http://alwaysfestive.com/
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New for Christmas 2017

Get the stockings and mistletoe back out, because our new patterns and items for Christmas 2017 are sure to put everyone right back in the holiday spirit!

O Christmas Tree plate, O Christmas Tree plate! First, and possibly most exciting, we have a new Christmas Tree Shaped Plate for all your holiday cookies and appetizers. This faux fir is 10” x 9” at its widest point and will be available later this year in Scarlet, Lemongrass, and Shamrock.

 

May your dishes be merry and bright with our new pattern for the holidays! Our Merry and Bright decal will be available on our 9” Luncheon Plate and Tapered Mug, offering a fun and whimsical alternative to our Christmas Tree decorated dishes.

 

 

On the 12th day of Christmas, Fiesta is giving to you the final installments of the 12 Days of Christmas series with 9 ladies dancing (Fiesta dancing ladies, of course), 10 lords a leaping, 11 pipers piping, and 12 drummers drumming. Designs will be available as a set of 4 Salad Plates and 4 Java Mugs.

 

You can never have enough Christmas Tree pattern, which is why we’re adding serving pieces to this popular collection, including the Large Covered Casserole, Large Bistro Bowl, 2017 Ornament, and 5pc Entertaining Set.

 

These  jolly Snowmen will be decorating our Luncheon Plates and Tapered Mugs this Christmas! Aren’t they adorable?

 

The Christmas Tree collection, Tree Plates, Twelve Days of Christmas, and Merry and Bright will be available at better department stores, independent retailers, .coms, and at www.fiestafactorydirect.com by August 2017.

How do you like to decorate your Fiesta tabletop for Christmas? Share your ideas on social media using #fiestadinnerware. PS: We’re on Instagram now @fiestadinnerware, so be sure to follow and share there in addition to Facebook and Pinterest.

 

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New for Halloween 2017

Fiesta Dinnerware's 2017 Halloween collection. Select new pieces available beginning June 2017. | www.alwaysfestive.com

Calling all ghouls and goblins! We know it’s quite awhile until Halloween, but we’re so excited to share our new Halloween designs with you. They’ll definitely get you in a spooky spirit!

We’re adding several new designs to our Halloween collection. So without further ado…

Our Geo Pumpkins feature a metallic gold sheen to add some glam to your Halloween festivities. Geo Pumpkins will be available on a 9” Luncheon Plate, Ramekin, Appetizer Plate, and Tapered Mug.

Fiesta Dinnerware's new Geo Pumpkins design, available on a Luncheon Plate, Appetizer Plate, Tapered Mug, and Ramekin. Available at retail beginning June 2017. | www.alwaysfestive.com

Is our Harvest Moon Witch a good witch or a bad witch? It doesn’t really matter because she has lots of style flying across a gold metallic moon. This design also is available on a 9” Luncheon Plate, Ramekin, Appetizer Plate, and Tapered Mug.

Fiesta Dinnerware introduces new Harvest Moon Witch Design to Halloween collection. Available June 2017. | www.alwaysfestive.com

BOO! Trio of Boo Cats are stealthy but cute. They’ll be featured on a 9” Luncheon Plate, Ramekin, Appetizer Plate, and Tapered Mug.

Fiesta Dinnerware introduces new Trio of Boo Cats design to Halloween collection. Available June 2017. | www.alwaysfestive.com

Skull & Vine is hauntingly elegant with its metallic design featured on our Foundry cast iron-like finish. Skull & Vine is available on a 9” Luncheon Plate, 11 ¾” Chop Plate, Appetizer Plate, Tapered Mug, and Pasta Bowl (perfect for serving candy).

 

How can you not smile at our Trio of Happy Pumpkins? This design also is featured on our Foundry finish. It’s available on a 9” Luncheon Plate, Ramekin, Appetizer Plate, Tapered Mug, and Pasta Bowl.

Fiesta Dinnerware introduces new Trio of Happy Pumpkins design to Halloween collection. Available June 2017. | www.alwaysfestive.com

 

We’re also adding a Ramekin to our existing Halloween designs, including: Ghosts, Spooky Pumpkin, Trio of Skeletons, and Whoo Owl.

Are you pro pumpkin spice? We’re so on that train, so we came up with this adorable design: Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice. It is available on a 9” Luncheon Plate, Appetizer Plate and Tapered Mug.

Fiesta Dinnerware introduces new Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice design. Available June 2017. | www.alwaysfestive.com

Our Halloween designs will be available at better department stores, independent retailers, .coms, and at www.fiestafactorydirect.com by mid-June 2017.

How do you like to decorate your Fiesta tabletop for Halloween? Share your ideas on social media using #fiestadinnerware. PS: We’re on Instagram now @fiestadinnerware, so be sure to follow and share there in addition to Facebook and Pinterest.

Trio of Skeletons design from Fiesta Dinnerware | www.fiestafactorydirect.com

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Introducing Fiesta’s New Floral Bouquet Design

At Fiesta, we’ve always been known for our mix and match solid color dinnerware. We have something fresh, pretty, timeless, and classic to add to your tabletop. We’re so proud to introduce our new Floral Bouquet design!

Fiesta Dinnerware new Floral Bouquet design, available at retailers and www.fiestafactorydirect.com March 2017.

Fiesta Floral Bouquet will be available on a 9” Luncheon Plate, plus select license products, including a tablecloth, napkins and Tervis insulated tumblers (16oz, 24oz, wine glass, and stemless wine glass).

Fiesta Dinnerware new Floral Bouquet design, available at retailers and www.fiestafactorydirect.com in March 2017.

Floral Bouquet features a bouquet of fresh roses and other mixed flowers with shades of signature Fiesta colors, like Scarlet, Poppy, Sunflower, Lapis, Shamrock, Lemongrass, and Daffodil.

With so many colors represented within the design, it can be paired with nearly any color in the Fiesta spectrum to create a beautiful statement on your table.

Fiesta Floral Bouquet items will be available at better department stores, independent retailers, .coms, and on www.fiestafactorydirect.com in February/March 2017.

How would you style your Fiesta Floral Bouquet tabletop? Share your ideas on social media using #fiestadinnerware. PS: We’re on Instagram now @fiestadinnerware, so be sure to follow and share there in addition to Facebook and Pinterest.

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2017 New Color Announcement

We’re so proud to introduce our new color for 2017 – Daffodil!

https://www.pinterest.com/fiestadishes/Daffodil is a vibrant golden yellow that mixes beautifully with the full range of Fiesta colors. Daffodil lends itself to a wide assortment of creative color combinations, including the following:

New Fiesta Dinnerware 2017 color DAFFODIL highlighted in the Modern Serenity color palette - Daffodil, White, Foundry, Slate, with accents of Turquoise. | www.alwaysfestive.com

Modern Serenity color palette – Daffodil, White, Foundry, Slate, with accents of Turquoise.

 

Fiesta Dinnerware's new 2017 color is DAFFODIL, featured in the Field of Flowers color palette - Daffodil, White, Sage, Sunflower

Field of Flowers color palette – Daffodil, White, Sage, Sunflower

 

Fiesta Dinnerware announces the new 2017 color, DAFFODIL, featured in the Nautical color palette - Daffodil, Turquoise, Scarlet, Cobalt, Ivory | www.alwaysfestive.com

Nautical color palette – Daffodil, Turquoise, Scarlet, Cobalt, Ivory

Fiesta Dinnerware announces its new 2017 color, Daffodil, featured in the Wine Country color palette - Daffodil, Claret, Ivory, Sage | www.alwaysfestive.com

Wine Country color palette – Daffodil, Claret, Ivory, Sage

Fiesta Dinnerware announces its new color of 2017, Daffodil, as featured in the Field of Flowers color palette - Daffodil, Shamrock, White, Lapis | www.alwaysfestive.com

Field of Flowers color palette – Daffodil, Shamrock, White, Lapis

Fiesta Dinnerware announces its 2017 color, Daffodil, featured in the Harvest color palette - Daffodil, Poppy, Tangerine, Lapis, Shamrock, Ivory | www.alwaysfestive.com

Harvest color palette – Daffodil, Poppy, Tangerine, Lapis, Shamrock, Ivory

You might be wondering, how does Daffodil compare to other “yellows” throughout Fiesta history? We created this handy dandy graphic to show how it looks next to Sunflower and Marigold. Amazing how different they are, right?

Fiesta Dinnerware's new 2017 color is Daffodil!The addition of Daffodil makes it the 49th color in Fiesta’s history. Our complete color spectrum for 2017 includes the following:

  • Ivory
  • Slate
  • Sage
  • Claret
  • Scarlet
  • Poppy
  • Tangerine
  • Daffodil
  • Sunflower
  • Lemongrass
  • Shamrock
  • Turquoise
  • Lapis
  • Cobalt
  • White

Fiesta Dinnerware's 2017 Color Spectrum, including new color Daffodil!

At any given time, Fiesta has 15 colors. So as we add Daffodil, one of our old friends will retire – Paprika. Paprika was in production since 2010.

Fiesta retires Paprika as new color for 2017 is introduced - Daffodil!

Daffodil will be available at better department stores, independent retailers, .coms, and on www.fiestafactorydirect.com by mid-June 2017.

What color combinations would you suggest for our cheery new Daffodil? Share them on social media using #fiestanewcolor. PS: We’re on Instagram now @fiestadinnerware, so be sure to follow and share there in addition to Facebook and Pinterest. And be sure to check out our LIVE Pinterest party tonight, Jan. 10, at 7:00pm EST.

Fiesta Dinnerware's new 2017 color is Daffodil!

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Gingerbread Blondies

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We’ve taken a holiday classic and made it even merrier with these irresistible gingerbread blondies. Soft and chewy blondies are infused with a trio of the season’s quintessential spices: cinnamon, clove, and ginger. Molasses pulls it all together and lends that deep flavor inherent to gingerbread.

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This recipe comes together as quickly as drop cookies and yields enough spiced blondies for a crowd. Serve the festive squares on our Square Tray with Handles, Large Oval Platter, or pile them high on our 3-Tier Serving Tray.

Gingerbread Blondies
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Ingredients
  1. Vegetable-oil cooking spray
  2. 2 3/4 cups plus 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour
  3. 1 1/4 teaspoons baking soda
  4. 1 1/4 teaspoons salt
  5. 1 1/4 teaspoons ground cinnamon
  6. 1 teaspoon ground ginger
  7. 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves
  8. 2 1/2 sticks (20 tablespoons) unsalted butter, room temperature
  9. 1 1/4 cups packed light-brown sugar
  10. 1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons granulated sugar
  11. 2 large eggs, plus 1 large egg yolk
  12. 1 1/4 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
  13. 1/3 cup unsulfured molasses
  14. 10 oz white chocolate chips
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350*. Spray a 17” x 12” rimmed baking sheet with cooking spray. Then place a sheet of parchment paper in the bottom of the baking sheet allowing the ends to overhang slightly.
  2. Whisk together the flour, baking soda and salt and set aside.
  3. Beat together butter and sugars with an electric mixer until fluffy. Add in the eggs and yolk one at a time, beating well after each addition. Mix in vanilla, molasses, and spices.
  4. Gradually add in flour mixture and mix until just combined. Fold in white chocolate.
  5. Spread the batter into the prepared baking sheet, taking time to spread the dough evenly. Bake for about 25 minutes or until the edges are just turning golden.
  6. Allow to cool in the pan set on top of a wire rack. Cut into squares.
  7. The blondies can be stored in an air-tight container for up to a week.
Fiesta Dinnerware, Always Festive http://alwaysfestive.com/

 

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The Fiesta Guide to Setting a Thanksgiving Buffet Table

The Fiesta Guide to Setting a Thanksgiving Buffet Table

Are you hosting Thanksgiving, or perhaps a “Friendsgiving” this year? Planning, delegating and cooking can be quite stressful! Something that’s often neglected in the midst of all the Thanksgiving prep is how to set your buffet table.

Well, we have your back with a “Guide to Setting a Thanksgiving Buffet Table” that is pretty, colorful and provides a simple flow as your guests load up their plates.

It all starts with the buffet table itself. We used a basic six-foot folding table covered with a tablecloth that complemented our color scheme. To add visual interest and height to the dishes toward the back of the table, we placed two boxes underneath the tablecloth. This not only looks more pleasing to the eye, but it makes it easier for people to reach the food that isn’t right up front.

The Fiesta Guide to Setting a Thanksgiving Buffet Table

Next, we outlined our menu and pulled the serving pieces we’d be using for each dish.

We started with a stack of dinner plates in a variety of seasonal colors: (from top to bottom) Poppy, Turquoise, Sunflower, Scarlet, Shamrock, Tangerine, Claret, and Lemongrass. It’s a good idea to place the dinner plates in the front corner where the buffet line will start.

The Fiesta Guide to Setting a Thanksgiving Buffet Table

Then we used a 3 Tier Server for rolls and other breads, followed by salad, a side dish and casserole. The salad and side dish will be served in our multipurpose Bistro Bowls in Medium and Large sizes. And the casserole is featured in a traditional 9×13” Rectangular Baker. (PS: All of our dishes can be heated safely in the oven up to 350 degree and bakeware can go up to 500 degrees.)

At the center of the feast is the star of the day: turkey! Depending on how large your bird is, we have a variety of serving platters in sizes Small, Medium, Large, and Extra Large. We’re planning for a lot of leftovers, so we used the Extra Large Oval Platter.

The Fiesta Guide to Setting a Thanksgiving Buffet Table

Condiments like cranberries and butter are next. We used the Individual Casserole for our cranberries and the Extra Large Covered Butter for the butter.

Napkins and flatware are best placed at the end of the line so your guests aren’t juggling them while piling up their plates.

The Fiesta Guide to Setting a Thanksgiving Buffet Table

Finally, it’s time for dessert. Yum! We made room for a pie and a cake. For the pie, we used the Deep Dish Pie Baker. For the cake, we spiced it up with a little Fiesta hack to create a “plate stand.” We turned a Hostess Serving Bowl upside down and placed a Baking/Pizza Tray on top. To serve dessert, a stack of Salad Plates finishes off the assortment of dishes.

Fiesta Dinnerware Hostess Bowl in Turquoise

http://www.fiestafactorydirect.com/c-72-hostess-serving-bowl.aspx

We sprinkled in some mini pumpkins, flowers and greenery to decorate and soften the tablescape. With the buffet table set, we’re ready for full bellies and naps!

The Fiesta Guide to Setting a Thanksgiving Buffet Table

We’d love to see how you like to set your buffet and dining tables for Thanksgiving. On Facebook, feel free to send us pictures or post them in the comments.

Fiesta Dinnerware wishes you and your your loved ones a very Happy Thanksgiving and we hope you take this opportunity to count your blessings. We certainly are thankful for you!

 

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Cinnamon Apple Bread

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We’ve waited patiently throughout the humid and sticky summer months and are finally in one of our favorite seasons: fall! We love smelling fresh baked pie wafting from the kitchen, donning our chunky scarves and sweaters to head out in chill October mornings, and doing every activity imaginable that is associated with autumn. We’re talking hayrides, pumpkin carving, haunted houses, and, of course, apple picking.

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Apple picking is a fun event for the whole family, however sometimes we find ourselves coming home with way more apples than we intended! As much as we love keeping the doctor away with our apple a day, we found ourselves craving a different way to use up our orchard loot. That’s why we’re showing you how to make cinnamon apple bread!

apple-bread

All you need is one of our Fiesta Loaf Pans, some fresh apples (we used honey crisp, but you can use whatever kind you’d like!) and you’re ready to get baking. This apple bread is a tasty treat at any time, especially when you’ve had just one too many PSL’s and are hankering for another fall flavor.

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Need something to wash our Cinnamon Apple Bread down? Click here to find our tips on how to make homemade apple cider! 

Cinnamon Apple Bread
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Ingredients
  1. ½ cup packed brown sugar
  2. 1½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  3. ⅔ cup white sugar
  4. ½ cup butter, softened
  5. 2 eggs
  6. 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  7. 1½ cups all-purpose flour
  8. 1½ teaspoons baking powder
  9. ½ cup milk
  10. 1 large honey crisp apple, peeled and finely chopped
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Grease your Fiesta loaf pan.
  3. Mix brown sugar and cinnamon together in a small Fiesta Baking Bowl and set aside.
  4. In a stand mixer, combine white sugar and butter until smooth.
  5. Add eggs and vanilla and continue to beat on medium speed until combined.
  6. Add flour and baking powder, then milk, and beat again until combined.
  7. Pour half the batter into the prepared pan.
  8. Cover with half of the apples.
  9. Pat apples into batter with the back of a spoon.
  10. Sprinkle with half of sugar and cinnamon mixture.
  11. Pour the remaining batter over apple layer; top with remaining apples and add more brown sugar/cinnamon mixture.
  12. Pat topping into the batter with the back of a large spoon.
  13. Bake for 50 minutes or until toothpick inserted in the middle of the loaf comes out clean.
  14. Cool in pan 10 minutes.
Adapted from The Happier Homemaker
Fiesta Dinnerware, Always Festive http://alwaysfestive.com/
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Fall Pumpkin Alfredo Zoodle, Squoodle and Patoodle Recipe

Fall Pumpkin Alfredo Zoodle, Squoodle annd Patoodle Recipe on the Fiesta Dinnerware blog at www.alwaysfestive.com.

Now that the air is getting its first hint of crispness, we are oh-so-ready for fall. It’s time for snuggly sweaters, comfort foods and of course that seasonal favorite…pumpkins. Most pumpkin recipes tend to favor the overly sweet side, but this one we’re about to share is uniquely savory and just perfect for a chilly autumn evening.Fall Pumpkin Alfredo Zoodle, Squoodle annd Patoodle Recipe on the Fiesta Dinnerware blog at www.alwaysfestive.com.

The recipe combines goat cheese with pumpkin puree for a seasonal alfredo sauce that’s out of this world. So the dish is not too heavy, we put the sauce on top of a trio of zoodles (zucchini noodles), squoodles (yellow squash) and patoodles (sweet potatoes) — we made up the words squoodles and patoodles, but they kinda work right?!

Fall Pumpkin Alfredo Zoodle, Squoodle annd Patoodle Recipe on the Fiesta Dinnerware blog at www.alwaysfestive.com.

If you’ve never tried making noodles out of vegetables, all you need is a simple tool called a spiralizer. Or you can simply julienne your vegetables for similar results. There are a few different ways you can make -oodles: steamed, roasted, sautéed, or boiled.

We’ve tried several methods and we prefer to roast them in the oven (and PS, coconut oil worked the best for us).

Zoodles, Squoodles and Patoodles
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Ingredients
  1. 1 - zucchini
  2. 1 - yellow squash
  3. 1 - sweet potato
  4. 3 tablespoons - coconut oil
  5. salt and pepper to taste
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Spiralize or julienne vegetables.
  3. Heat coconut oil in microwave just until melted, about 10-15 seconds.
  4. Spread zucchini and yellow squash on a baking sheet.
  5. Spread sweet potato on a separate baking sheet.
  6. Pour 2 tablespoons coconut oil over zucchini and yellow squash and toss to coat evenly.
  7. Pour remaining tablespoon of coconut oil over sweet potato and toss to coat evenly.
  8. Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste.
  9. Roast zucchini and yellow squash approximately 15-20 minutes, turning ½ way through.
  10. Roast sweet potato approximately 20-30 minutes, turning ½ way through.
Notes
  1. Tip: Because everyone’s oven is different, you’ll need to watch your -oodles carefully the first few times you make them.
Fiesta Dinnerware, Always Festive http://alwaysfestive.com/
Fall Pumpkin Alfredo Zoodle, Squoodle annd Patoodle Recipe on the Fiesta Dinnerware blog at www.alwaysfestive.com.

Pumpkin Alfredo Sauce
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Ingredients
  1. 2 tablespoons - unsalted butter
  2. 2 tablespoons - flour
  3. 2 - garlic cloves, minced
  4. 1/2 teaspoon - thyme, finely chopped
  5. 2 cups - low-fat milk
  6. 3oz - goat cheese, crumbled
  7. 1 cup - pumpkin puree
  8. 1/8 teaspoon - ground cinnamon
  9. 1/2 teaspoon - salt
  10. 1/4 teaspoon - pepper
  11. roasted and salted pepitas (pumpkin seeds)
Instructions
  1. Heat a medium saucepan over medium heat and add butter. Once sizzling, add flour and stir until bubbly, about 3 minutes. Add garlic and cook 30 seconds. Add milk and thyme. Stir constantly and increase heat if necessary until mixture begins to bubble and thicken, about 5-6 minutes.
  2. Add goat cheese, pumpkin, cinnamon, salt, and pepper, stirring until smooth and thickened into a sauce.
  3. Once thickened, remove from heat and serve immediately.
  4. Garnish with pepitas!
Adapted from Cookie and Kate
Adapted from Cookie and Kate
Fiesta Dinnerware, Always Festive http://alwaysfestive.com/
Served up on colorful Fiesta dishes, like our new 3pc Bistro Place Setting, these noodle alternatives are so much fun. If it’s your first time making zoodles, squoodles, patoodles or you’ve tried any other types of -oodles, let us know how it goes! 

Are you a sucker for all things pumpkin? Be sure to check out our other Fiesta pumpkin recipes and some fall favorites: Mini Pumpkin Pies, Pumpkin Bread, Holiday Butters, Simple Fall Desserts, Thanksgiving Sweet Treats, and Fall “Brinner.” 

Fall Pumpkin Alfredo Zoodle, Squoodle annd Patoodle Recipe on the Fiesta Dinnerware blog at www.alwaysfestive.com.

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