Tuscana bakeware has absolutely ~gorgeous~ colours, and is so versatile! You could use it to make anything from breakfast to after-dinner dessert, and everything in between.
Since fall weather is here and we’re looking for cozy comfort foods, we searched the internet (ie: Pinterest) far and wide to find some yummy recipes that will be perfect to make in your new Tuscana bakeware. Now, the hardest decision is just to decide which colour to choose…
1. Cranberry balsamic slow roasted chicken
A delicious balsamic marinade, cranberries, fresh thyme, and of course, a chicken, are all you really need for an easy, juicy, crispy meal. Oh, and a beautiful Tuscana fluted bakeware. We dare you to tell us this doesn’t make your mouth water! See the complete recipe here.
2. Balsamic roasted new potatoes with asparagus
What goes hand in hand with a delicious cranberry slow roasted chicken? Balsamic roasted new potatoes! These potatoes could not be easier to make – simply coat, toss, and pop in the oven. Check out the easy recipe here.
3. Butternut squash soup
If you thought Tuscana was just for roasting, we hate to tell you, but nu-uh! Our Tuscana Onion Soup Bowl is oven safe, which means you can cook the soup in these bowls and go straight to the table!
4. Roasted brown butter honey garlic carrots
Honey? Check. Garlic? Check. Delicious? Double check! Seriously, who knew carrots could taste this good? Don’t blame us when these carrots steal the show. Find the full recipe here.
5. Caramel apple dip
When we think “fall”, we think “apple”! And when we think “dessert”, we think S U G A R! This Caramel Apple Dip recipe is perfect for this time of year, and the best part? It only needs four ingredients to make. Be sure to tell your guests to save room for dessert – this is one apple they won’t want to miss taking a bite of! Find this recipe here.
What do you make in your Tuscana?
Lasagna? Apple pie? We want to know what your favourite recipe to make in our Tuscana Bakeware is! Tag #loveKSP to share with us on Instagram!
Looking for more fall cooking inspiration? Have you tried canning and preserving yet?