Your Essential Fall Reading List—15 Books That Deliver the Cozy Vibes We Need Right Now

While we’re a few official weeks into fall, I’m writing to you from my very first *actually cozy* day. The temps have dipped below 65, there’s color in the trees, and my craving for hot cider is justified. There’s little I wouldn’t give to experience the autumnal coziness year-round, (when it comes to fall, the “too much of a good thing” adage doesn’t apply). And while some may tell you there’s nothing better than indulging in a summer beach read, my fall reading list has that simple pleasure beat.

Fall exudes coziness—with our desire for all things comfy, wholesome, and warm reaching its peak. It only makes sense that now is the perfect time to plow through your TBR. But with the fall scene set just so, not just any books will do. We want to be scared, soothed, and set in a small town where characters wear turtlenecks and gather for knitting clubs in the local coffee shop. I’m talking about the classics, the horror, and the “no plot, just vibes” novels that make every short, dark day worth the cozy return.

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Image by Michelle Nash

What books are best to read in the fall?

Every book is an opportunity to enjoy a little escape from the reality of our daily routines. We read to go places we’ve never been, experience contexts we’ve never known, and dive into the relationships and psyches of people entirely unlike our surrounding circle. But during the fall, in particular, it’s natural to gravitate toward books that echo the crisp weather and align with the season’s vibes. With Halloween on its way, horror, thrillers, and psychological fiction reads are perfect spooky material. The start of the school year falls in step with our love of anything academia. And of course, cuffing season is fast approaching, and there’s no better time than the fall get us in the mood—romantic fiction is a must.

With all of that in mind, I curated a fall reading list that offers something for everyone. Whether you take this season to indulge in Literature with a capital “L,” scratch your Hallmark romance itch, or enjoy a little scare, read on—these 15 reads are right up your alley.

Your Fall Reading List: 15 Books to Devour, Stat

The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

Genre: Autobiographical novel/Psychological fiction

Fun fact: I went to the same college as Sylvia Plath—and actually lived in her same dorm room. My fascination with the author certainly contributed to my English major, and I consider an annual re-read of The Bell Jar part of my continuing education. If you know anything about Sylvia Plath’s story of mental illness, literary fame, and the ultimate tragedy of her life, you’ll think of this as an autobiographical novel. And even if you don’t become a “Plathie,” you’ll still enjoy the fascinating peek into a woman weighed down by her own beautiful mind—as well as the horrific limitations of mid-century mental healthcare.

My Salinger Year by Joanna Rakoff

Genre: Memoir

I devour this book every time I read it—and proceed to encourage everyone to add it to their fall reading list. While the narrative relies on some of the tired tropes of the publishing industry on the cusp of the 2000s, you’ll immediately be mesmerized by the entirely different world Joanna Rakoff stepped into when she took a job as an assistant to the literary agent for J.D. Salinger. It’s a heart-warming and intriguing coming-of-age story in which a young woman discovers her own voice by mimicking that of one of the world’s most famous authors.

Meredith, Alone by Claire Alexander

Genre: Psychological Fiction

If you want to cry, then laugh, then cry and laugh again, pick up Meredith, Alone. It was one of my favorite books of last year, and though I plowed through it in December, it’s a perfect fall read. The premise: Meredith hasn’t left her home in three years, but little by little—through the help of friends old and new—she learns to trust the world again. Claire Alexander does an incredible job of slowly teasing out elements of Meredith’s backstory, making it impossible to put down as you dive deeper into this lovable, complicated character.

Happy Hour by Marlowe Granados

Genre: Coming-of-age

One of my favorite books of all time, Happy Hour perfectly epitomizes the TikTok category of “no plot, just vibes” books. Meaning: while the book doesn’t track a clear progression of events, you dive deep into the mesmerizing, desperate world of two young, twenty-something friends—Isabelle and Gala—as they navigate life in New York City through charm, whit, and an unsettling brilliance.

When asked about her thoughts on this categorization, author Marlowe Granados shared with Elle, “When you put it all together, there’s not this traditional structure of rising and falling action, because I’m not interested in that. All the books I love aren’t traditional in that way, and I’m open to exploring non-linear expressions and narratives.”

My Year of Rest and Relaxation by Ottessa Moshfegh

Genre: Literary fiction

To be clear: this is a must-add to your fall reading list as is everything else Ottessa Moshfegh has penned. (Eileen and her latest, Lapvona are two more faves.) Immediately upon reading, you’ll discover an entirely different sort of book, where the constraints of prose and plot are quickly bypassed. Set in New York City in 2000 and 2001, My Year of Rest and Relaxation follows the narrator (unnamed) as she seeks to spend a year asleep—induced by a cocktail of medications—to reset her life. What she discovers is a way forward in a world that’s often difficult to bear.

Cleopatra and Frankenstein by Coco Mellors

Genre: Literary fiction

If you love anything Sally Rooney, Cleopatra and Frankenstein is a natural progression. Cleo and Frank dive headfirst into a seemingly mismatched pairing. (She, a beautiful, young painter, and he, twenty years her senior, leading a life of excess and wealth.) Their romance impulsively turns to marriage, dissolving quickly into a complex and challenging relationship. As the reader, you want desperately for each to experience some semblance of happiness—and at the end, you discover just how complex true satisfaction in life can be.

Sweetbitter by Stephanie Danler

Genre: Novel

If you love food and are fascinated by the behind-the-scenes hustle of New York City kitchens, Sweetbitter is your go-to fall read. The novel tracks Tess, a twenty-two-year-old as she learns the rules of the road—and life—working at a celebrated New York restaurant. The book is full of glitz and glam but reveals the elite industry’s truths of chaos and grime. But the beyond being an exposé of the restaurant industry itself, Sweetbitter perfectly encapsulates a young woman’s pursuit of place and identity in an oftentimes unforgiving world.

The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson

Genre: Horror fiction

Behind (almost) every great Netflix series is the book that inspired it. Many agree that Shirley Jackson is the queen of horror—she’s the author of “The Lottery,” and clearly deserving of the moniker. The Haunting of Hill House takes the reader through a perfectly executed example of the haunted house story, and it even earned Stephen King’s seal of approval. Paranormal activity, psychological suspense—it’s fall horror perfection.

Tom Lake by Ann Patchett

Genre: Coming-of-age story

My book club read this in September and it’s one of the few books that’s earned the group’s unanimous appreciation. (Read all the way to the end of this fall reading list, and you’ll know how deep my Ann Patchett obsession runs.) In Tom Lake, her latest release, Patchett’s ability to convey the endurance of love is coupled with meditations on the ties between family members and how these bonds shape the outcomes of our lives.

The House Across the Lake by Riley Sager

Genre: Psychological thriller and mystery

There’s no time better than the cool, crisp nights of fall to cuddle up with a thriller. The House Across the Lake? An all-time best for the season Though I read it when it initially came out last June, I have no shame in plowing through it (again) this fall. Starting with the expected plot of the protagonist quitting the city for the calming (and eerily quiet) woods, this novel offers a compelling departure in its many twists and turns.

Casey Fletcher (said protagonist who settles in Vermont), befriends the glamorous couple across the lake. But when the wife mysteriously disappears, what initially looked like a perfect marriage suddenly becomes the center of a psychologically suspenseful and constantly shifting plot.

Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë

Genre: Gothic fiction

Though you may have left this book behind in college, I can’t stress it enough: pick it back up immediately. While it was written nearly 200 years ago and the nuances of life in the landed gentry are no longer common knowledge, the romance and very human emotions put on display are always relevant. If you really want to dive deep into the Gothic romances this fall, follow it up with Jane Eyre.

All Good People Here by Ashley Flowers

Genre: Crime fiction and mystery

Though this was a new release last year, I didn’t get my hands on it until a week ago. And… I finished it in a day. With Ashley Flowers’ extensive experience investigating crimes both solved and cold, she displays an incredible ability to build a suspenseful, shocking narrative—even in her debut novel.

A journalist who’s moved back to her hometown, Margot Davies becomes obsessed with the infamous murder of January Jacobs. She goes to extensive lengths to find the solve the case—and bring the killer to justice. Along the way, she discovers that many of the townspeople she thought she knew are hiding twisted, chilling secrets.

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

Genre: Literary fiction

There’s no better time than autumn to re-read the classics. Though I’m quick to recommend Fitzgerald’s other novels before The Great Gatsby, nothing encapsulates the season more than the book’s standout line: “Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.” I’ll admit, every time I turn back to this book, I’m always in awe at its ability to capture the sense of loss and longing that can exist between people who desperately seek happiness in all the wrong places.

Persuasion by Jane Austen

Genre: Romance novel

IMO—this is Jane Austen at her best. I don’t need to tell you that she’s the queen of romance and putting women on their rightful pedestal. Persuasion gives readers an opportunity to indulge in a second-chance love. It’s witty (of course) and convoluted in a way that only Austen can make enjoyable. (Who’s married to who, again?) For anyone new to Jane Austen, you can certainly start with Pride & Prejudice, but I’d say Persuasion is the right choice.

The Dutch House by Ann Patchett

Genre: Historical fiction

I listened to this in the car with my mom on a drive across the country, and though I loved Tom Hanks’ narration, it’s even more enjoyable to curl up with on my couch. It’s dark and haunting, but displays the power of a sibling bond to overcome all odds. Forced into the same poverty their parents escaped, Danny and Maeve struggle to leave behind their past even as they experience inklings of hope and success. The Dutch House looks at the complexities that can exist between families, and ultimately asks if love is really what’s most important.

20 Essential Fall Pasta Recipes to Celebrate Comfort Food Season

Fall is arguably the best time of the year for food (and clothes, and organizing, and redecorating). The oh-so-beautiful produce is brimming with autumnal hues and comfort is a key flavor alongside dishes that are equal parts mouth-watering and sumptuous. And whether it’s the ease of preparation or its endless versatility (or a bit of the two), pasta is always a wonderful way to invite in the colder temps. For a little inspiration and to get your culinary wheels turning, we’ve rounded up our favorite fall pasta recipes to keep you warm, cozy, and satisfied all season long.

Featured image by Michelle Nash.

Image by Michelle Nash

20 Fall Pasta Recipes That Define Autumnal Comfort

In addition to fall soups and comfort baking, fall pasta recipes give shape to the season we spend all year looking forward to celebrating. Among the apple picking and cozying up our homes, the ritual of weeknight fall pasta recipes that double as dinner party staples is one we’d gladly give up the sunny days of summer for.

Ready for the deliciousness? Prepare for the silky, soothing pleasure of pasta. With the dishes below, we’re ready to celebrate cold weather eating at its most undeniably delicious. Now, let’s dive into the best fall pasta recipes, fork-first.

Ratatouille-Style Roasted Vegetable Pasta

Why We Love It: This take on the classic French dish is the perfect recipe for when you’re craving fall coziness, but the summer temps haven’t yet tipped. (Hello, all of September.) It makes the most of late-summer veggies like eggplant and zucchini while also leaning into the coziness of parmesan-spiked pasta. Plus, it’s a sheet pan meal, streamlining the kitchen-to-table transition.

Hero Ingredient: Rigatoni holds up to the chunky cuts of veggies perfectly.

Winter Vegetable Lasagna

Why We Love It: If you’ve been too intimidated to make your own pasta, this is the recipe to help build your confidence. Turns out, making your own lasagna is wayyy easier than it seems. And of course, it’s the perfect vehicle for a buttery sauce and a hearty vegetable filling.

Hero Ingredient: Nutmeg warms up the rich, creamy béchamel.

Pappardelle with Shiitakes, Kale, & Jammy Leeks

Why We Love It: This veggie-packed pasta is loaded with an irresistibly smoky flavor and complemented by umami-rich mushrooms. Finish things off with a pungent bite of garlic for good measure. Seconds? Thirds? Yes, please.

Hero Ingredient: I have two words: jammy leeks.

Gemelli with Turkey Sausage and Broccoli

Why We Love It: Turkey sausage, broccoli, and tomatoes’ richness make this simpler-than-it-seems dinner an always-impressive choice. Drizzling olive oil over top just before serving only improves the final fruity result.

Hero Ingredient: Chopped broccoli provides visual interest while balancing out the turkey’s hearty bite.

Miso Tomato Pasta

Why We Love It: I know, I know: while baby tomatoes are at their best in July, I still crave the juicy bursts of flavor they offer any dish, year-round. To handle tomatoes post-summer, I opt for recipes that cook them down until they’re caramelized and sweet. In this hearty, but simple pasta, slow-roasting the tomatoes with olive oil and garlic is key to making them taste their best.

Hero Ingredient: While I just waxed poetic on tomatoes, the prize goes to miso. It’s a secret-weapon ingredient that gives this five-ingredient pasta tons of flavor.

Creamy Vegan Pasta with Tomatoes and Basil

Why We Love It: Creamy and vegan? Don’t worry, I was skeptical, too. That is until I spun my fork around and lifted the silky spool of bucatini into my mouth. Plant-based perfection. The key is making a creamy walnut sauce that combines soaked nuts with a few key players that fill it with tons of flavor. It all comes together in 20 minutes—and tastes like you’ve been cooking all day.

Hero Ingredient: Hollow strands of bucatini soak up the creamy sauce perfectly. The result is a burst of flavor in every bite.

Rigatoni with Brussels Sprouts & Kale Pesto

Why We Love It: We’re quick to share our love of Brussels sprouts with the masses, and we’d be remiss not to include the veg in our roundup of fall pasta recipes. Sautéed with a splash of EVOO and elevated by red chili flakes and rosemary, the sprouts shine in this deceptively easy dish.

Hero Ingredient: A tablespoon of nutritional yeast fills your pesto with plant-based cheesiness. It’s hard not to dive in before it gets stirred into your pasta.

Butternut Squash, Spinach, & Goat Cheese Pasta

Why We Love It: When the temperatures drop and all your cravings point to a hearty, mind-blowing meatless main dish, this butternut squash pasta is your answer. A mix of fresh and colorful veggies blends beautifully with a brown butter sauce that’s divine. Plus, the mix of easy-to-prep ingredients (if you buy your butternut squash peeled and chopped) aligns with anyone wanting to build their confidence in the kitchen.

Hero Ingredient: The goat cheese crumbles bring a tangy-salty bite that’s pronounced while still letting the other ingredients shine.

Vegetarian Pasta Bolognese

Why We Love It: Convinced that bolognese should be reserved only for open-ended weekend culinary pursuits? This recipe is swooping in to say otherwise. A vegetarian twist on the classic meat sauce, this version leans on small-diced onions, carrots, celery, and mushrooms to mimic the traditional texture.

Hero Ingredient: Mushrooms = MVP. They give bite and body to the sauce, and when simmered with tomatoes and just a few seasonings, the result is an impressively filling, plant-based alternative.

Creamy Butternut Squash Pasta with Bacon & Crispy Sage

Why We Love It: Bold statement, but I’ll be craving this dish every night from now until spring. Using just a handful of ingredients, this pasta perfectly encapsulates fall flavors. (And it’s ready in under an hour!) Oh, and if you can think of something better than sinking your fork into a spiralized plate of butternut squash pasta deliciousness, let us know.

Hero Ingredient: Roasting the butternut squash creates a complex, nutty flavor—sealing the deal on this autumn-inspired dish.

Brown Butter Pumpkin Pasta with Fried Sage & Manchego

Why We Love It: Loaded with honey-sweetened cubes of roasted pumpkin, this comforting pasta makes the most of the fall staple. It’s satiating while still feeling light, bringing all the flavors of fall together in one delightful dish.

Hero Ingredient: Manchego’s sweet, caramelized flavor is a cheese-lover’s dream.

Green Sauce Pasta

Why We Love It: If you haven’t tried serving long locks of linguine with a verdant and fresh sauce, now’s the time to get started. While this recipe might not immediately scream fall, I find that a few weeks into the season, I’m ready to mix things up with a light and bright recipe. This pasta packs in all the vitamins and nutrients I need.

Hero Ingredient: We’re calling it now: green pasta is the new green smoothie. A little grated parmesan keeps it from tasting too virtuous.

One Pot Garlicky Mushroom Pasta with Sausage & Arugula

Why We Love It: The simplicity-to-wow-factor ratio of this recipe is unmatched. Bonus: This dish works just as well given a vegetarian spin. Simply swap out the sausage for any hearty veg. Camille suggests strips of roasted red pepper, green olives, or drained and chopped artichoke hearts. You’re welcome to experiment with any ingredient your heart (and appetite) desires.

Hero Ingredient: While arugula’s strong, spicy flavor may turn otherwise adventurous diners off, here, the leafy green is tossed in all of this pasta’s cheesy, garlicky goodness. It’s a show-stopper that everyone will enjoy.

Tikka Masala Pasta

Why We Love It: This recipe is representative of our food editor, Suruchi’s quest to establish a universal Pasta Sunday. I don’t know about you, but I’m fully on board—and this recipe was the perfect pasta to convince me. I’m here for Indian fusion dishes, and as Suruchi says, “It’s magic when two culinary worlds come together to create something entirely new and wonderful.” One bite, and you’ll know exactly what she’s talking about.

Hero Ingredient: The list of fragrant and flavorful spices is lengthy, but it’s their complexity that gives this pasta a wonderful, mesmerizing depth.

Spicy Pesto Pasta Alla Vodka

Why We Love It: Like clockwork, the first fall chill sends signals to the body that it’s time to swap our summer salads for creamy, soul-satisfying dishes, and this recipe does a beautiful job of filling in the gaps. A crowd favorite, this is a must-make if you’re cooking for family or inviting friends over for an impromptu mid-week meal. Creamy and comforting, it all comes together in only 35 minutes.

Hero Ingredient: The sauce requires a heavy pour of cream, and with vodka and parm added to the mix, this comes dangerously close to being a nap-inducing dish. But the basil pesto cuts the richness of the cream, and the final result is beautifully balanced while still feeling incredibly indulgent.

Pumpkin Cheese Stuffed Pasta Bolognese Bake from Half Baked Harvest

Why We Love It: This recipe had us at “pumpkin-stuffed.” While the total alone could have you thinking this will be a labor-intensive dish, it requires only 20 minutes of prep time. And because it’s a bake, most of the hard work gets done in the oven.

Hero Ingredient: Be warned: this recipe is not for the faint of heart. It combines chicken, fontina, blue cheese, and provolone for an unbelievably rich sauce. But the two tablespoons of chopped sage lend an earthy, eucalyptus-spiked freshness that ties it all together. Consider this recipe the equivalent of sliding into your softest, coziest fall sweater.

Vegan Pumpkin Mac ‘n’ Cheese from Minimalist Baker

Why We Love It: As far as fall pasta recipes are concerned, mac and cheese plus pumpkin is a match made in heaven. While some versions can lean too sweet, this one is perfectly savory with just a hint of fall flavor. 100% plant-based, it’s the ideal indulgence for anyone who doesn’t handle dairy.

Hero Ingredient: I lean conservative when it comes to my pumpkin pie spice usage. The quarter-teaspoon sprinkled into this sauce is a study of perfectly balanced restraint.

Pumpkin Cauliflower Gnocchi with Nutty Browned Butter and Whipped Ricotta from Half Baked Harvest

Why We Love It: Classic gnocchi > cauliflower gnocchi. I’ll stand by my hot take for every recipe—with the exception of this one. The cauliflower version of everyone’s favorite dumpling-like pasta provides a lighter base for this incredibly indulgent sauce. Browned butter, whipped ricotta, and pumpkin to tie it all together? Trust, you’ll want some respite in the form of this cauliflower sub.

Hero Ingredient: Butter in any form is a beautiful thing. But left in the pan on low long enough for it to develop a complex, caramelized sweetness? Elite.

Miso Carbonara from The Kitchn

Why We Love It: A dish that can impress any dinner date with minimal effort? This recipe checks both boxes. Carbonara is a weeknight staple at many a dinner table, but this take on the dish adds an impressive burst of flavor with the unexpected additions of miso and sriracha. It’s a must-make whenever you’re trying to impress your fellow diners. (Or, of course, if you’re piling up a heaping bowl of pasta to enjoy all to yourself.)

Hero Ingredient: The miso’s earthy, salty savoriness beautifully balances the egg yolks’ rich flavor, making this recipe hearty without feeling heavy.

Turkey Tetrazzini from Adventures in Cooking

Why We Love It: This is not the mysterious turkey tetrazzini served in many an early-aughts school cafeteria. With a stunning medley of fresh and vibrant veg (shallots, mushrooms, and a handful of peppery parsley), this dish imparts both brightness and heat.

Hero Ingredient: While surprisingly polarizing in terms of taste, the health benefits of mushrooms can’t be denied. And when they’ve taken a spin in a sauté pan with a good glug of olive oil, you might even be able to make the most mushroom-averse diner change their tune.

This post was originally published on October 22, 2021, and has since been updated.

These Healthy Oatmeal Cookies Are a Back-To-School Essential

There’s a dramatic shift that happens toward the end of August. One day I’m packing for vacay and feeling free, and the next? I’m packing up lunch boxes and scrolling through a feed that’s somehow already full of pumpkins. Whether you’re sending littles off to school or your work schedule is ramping up, it’s a busy time of year for all. And after a summer full of YOLO-style eating, for many of us there’s an internal pull to return to those healthy habits that make us feel our best.

Enter: these healthy oatmeal cookies that are at once nourishing fuel and a delicious treat. They’re perfect for satisfying sweet cravings, and also for an on-the-go protein snack that won’t leave you crashing. When I’m juggling a million things, from school drop-offs to meetings to endless to-do lists—it feels good to know that I’ve meal prepped a recipe that checks all the boxes: flavor, nutrition, and a burst of energy that lasts.

Read on for exactly how to make these healthy oatmeal cookies—and why you should, STAT.

Meal Prep Magic

One of the best things about these healthy oatmeal cookies is how well they lend themselves to meal prepping for the week ahead. On Sunday, I love to mix up a big batch of these, then chill, scoop, and bake whenever we need a cookie.

Or, you can roll the chilled dough into balls, spread out on a parchment-lined plate in the freezer, and then when they’re set, pop into a Ziploc bag and store in the freezer for up to a month. You can bake them straight from the freezer—just add a few minutes to the total cook time.

Packed With Nutrients

Sure, these have some sugar and butter, but when I’m creating “healthy” snacks for my kids, I’m really looking at whether or not they have wholesome ingredients that’ll give them lasting energy throughout the day. These have a relatively small amount of sugar, and get an additional burst of sweetness from raisins and dark chocolate. Whole-wheat flour and old-fashioned oats provide complex carbs for a slower energy burn, and coconut flakes and walnuts give healthy fats to keep them feeling satisfied longer.

How to Make These Healthy Oatmeal Cookies

I’m a big fan of one-bowl cookie recipes, because again: we’re saving time and keeping it simple.

  • First, combine your egg, coconut oil/butter, sugars, vanilla, salt, cinnamon, and baking soda in a stand mixer.
  • Add the raisins, dark chocolate, walnuts, coconut, and oats. Mix together then chill for an hour.
  • You can either bake them off immediately, store in the fridge for up to a week, or roll into balls and freeze for up to a month.

These could not be simpler!

Conquer Back-To-Routine Season With These Healthy Oatmeal Cookies!

Scroll on for the recipe, but first—a few other cookie recipes you’ll love:


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These healthy oatmeal cookies are packed with nutrients and so delicious. Perfect for school lunches and on-the-go snacking, I meal prep these on Sunday for the week ahead.

  • 1 large egg
  • 4 tablespoons melted coconut oil or butter
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 2 tablespoons granulated sugar
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla
  • 1 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 cup white whole-wheat flour
  • 1/2 cup California raisins
  • 1/2 cup chopped dark chocolate bar
  • 1 cup chopped toasted walnuts
  • 1/2 cup unsweetened coconut flakes
  • 1/2 cup old-fashioned oats
  • Flaky salt for topping

  1. Beat together egg, coconut oil, both sugars, vanilla, salt, cinnamon, and baking soda on low. Add flour and mix on low just until combined.
  2. Add California raisins, chocolate, walnuts, coconut, and oats. Mix on low until everything is coated in dough. Cover and chill for an hour.
  3. Preheat oven to 350, then use a big cookie scoop to portion out dough onto 2 parchment-lined baking sheets. Press cookies into disks about ¾” thick and sprinkle with flaky salt.
  4. Bake for 12 minutes, until golden brown. Let cool on baking sheets, and devour!


After chilling the dough, you can either bake these off immediately, store in the fridge for up to a week, or roll into balls and freeze for up to a month.

  • Prep Time: 20
  • Cook Time: 12

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