Fall Vegetable Bake

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I’ve started baking for Christmas; or rather, I’ve started screening recipes for December. But one cannot live on cookies alone-unless you ask my boyfriend, who would like to argue that point.

This is a simple, satisfying bake that’s endlessly modifiable. Add more or less of the vegetables that you like, or have. If you use a dairy-free cheese the dish is vegan. Try it for a fall meatless Monday meal.

*For best results, make sure you slice your vegetables as uniformly as possible. Use a mandolin for best results.

Fall Vegetable Bake

-assorted fall vegetables like squash, onions, potatoes, and apples

-favorite cheese

-cooking oil

-all purpose salt free spice mix

In a baking dish, layered sliced vegetables and apples. I don’t peel my potatoes or apples for this dish as long as they’re thinly sliced.

Spray or brush with cooking oil and season liberally with spice mix.

Cover with cheese and bake at 350 for 20 to 30 minutes.

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