Fall Traditions

family traditions

Looking for something fun to do this weekend that won’t break the bank?

It’s the perfect time to enjoy some fall traditions for frugal family fun or a cheap date.

Fall Traditions – 10 Ideas for Frugal Family Fall Fun

 
Enjoy High School Football – Let’s start your Friday evening at a High School football game…the game, the band, the cheerleaders, the halftime show! Football is a great fall tradition and the tickets are a bargain.

Make Pumpkin Bread – Wake-up Saturday and bake my favorite Pumpkin Bread with Cream Cheese Filling – it’s the best! The aroma will fill your home and help you declare the start of fall!

Go Leaf Peeping – If you live in a part of the country where the leaves are changing, a scenic drive and picnic would be delightful! I’m envious since leaves don’t change in South Florida, but our perfect weather returns!

Try Apple Picking It’s a fun fall activity if you live in the right part of the country! Bring home your harvest and make an apple pie!

Roast Marshmallows and Make S’More’s – Yum! Roasting marshmallows on a campfire or fire pit is a wonderful way to enjoy the first cool, crisp nights of fall. Please save one for me!

Pitch a Tent – Go camping, even if it’s in your own backyard. Imagine stargazing, telling ghost stories and roasting weenies on the fire.

Jump in the Leaves – Anyone want to jump in a giant pile of leaves? Of course, you have to do a little raking first.

Cook Your Favorite Comfort FoodsChili simmering on the stove, macaroni and cheese bubbling in the oven and anything pumpkin – those are my go to comfort recipes. What are your favorite fall comfort foods?

Decorate for Fall or Halloween – Feeling crafty? Visit Pinterest and find ideas for diy fall or Halloween decor.

Take In a Festival or Two – Why don’t you enjoy a fall festival? Fall festivals abound this time of the year no matter where you live.

If you haven’t enjoyed any fall traditions this year…it’s time to get started!

Which fall traditions are your favorites?

Happy Fall Y’all!

4 comments

  1. Dianne McKinney /

    Krystl: I love your ideas! Miss you as my neighbor! We will be heading to a high school football game Friday night! Then Saturday it’s Tigers vs. Dawgs!! xoxox

  2. YUM YUM YUM! This looks delishhhhh! Thank you for linking to Foodie Friday! -NYOA

  3. Kristl /

    Pumpkin Bread is considered a “quick bread”, so no kneading or rising is required. Good Luck!

  4. Hi! I’m a new baker and I have a doubt. Do you knead and let the dough rise after mixing all the ingredients, or just follow the recipe and it appear here?

    I want to make this recipe this week. It sounds delicious!

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