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Looking for a fun, easy fall recipe to make this weekend?  I have it for you! It takes some prep, but I went the easy route on the ingredients to make easy stuffed pumpkins.  Have fun, get the kids involved and enjoy!

Stuffed Pumpkins

Stuffed pumpkins are a perfect fall meal. Preparation can involve the entire family!
Prep Time1 hr
Cook Time1 hr
Course: Main Course
Keyword: meat, pumpkin, rice, stuffing
Servings: 4

Ingredients

  • 2 pie pumpkin
  • 1 box stuffing
  • 1 box wild rice
  • 1 lb. hamburger, sausage, or chicken

Instructions

  • Wash outside of pumpkins
  • Cut the top off of the pumpkin and clean out
  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  • Prepare the stuffing as directed on the box
  • Prepare the rice as directed on the box
  • Cook the meat of your choice
  • Mix together the rice, meat, and stuffing
  • Fill the pumpkins with the meat mixture
  • Put lid back on pumpkin
  • Bake at 350 for 1 hour or until the pumpkin is tender when poked with fork

Notes

 

Looking for a fun fall day trip?  Need some new harvest time decor? I have the perfect place to visit, Enchanted Acres in Sheffield, Iowa. 

Enchanted Acres has something for all ages!  As it says on their website, “ It’s “that happy place” where kids, from 2 to 92, can channel Cinderella or Jack Sparrow. Enchanted Acres is a place where we all can dream about our happily ever after!”

Feeding goats on our visit

The girls and I headed over for their opening weekend festivities.  We were able to enjoy lunch, partake in Books in the Barn, feed the goats, play on the equipment, pick pumpkins, shopped in the market and enjoyed the great outdoors.  

Enjoying lunch

There are lots of kids activities going on throughout the fall like pumpkin painting, but there are also activities for grown-ups, too.  You can stay up to date on all of their activities by checking out their Facebook page.

Jam for sale

I hope you take some time this fall, go grab some pumpkins and enjoy the day with your family!

Have you visited Enchanted Acres? What are your favorite fall traditions?

From the Gravel Road-

Jen

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