Printable Contributor, Marlynn from UrbanBlissLife is sharing the cutest Free Printable Fall Recipe Cards that match my Apple Bread printables! Printable Recipe cards are so handy when your attending a potluck and people ask for your recipe!
After the longest dry spell and hottest summer I can ever remember living in Portland, Oregon, we finally received some rain. It felt like fall, smelled like fall, and made me long for fall…especially fall comfort food and baked goods!
I love each season for what it brings to the table, but there’s something particularly delicious about fall food. Those comforting braised short ribs, chocolate pumpkin bread, and Kim’s cream cheese apple bread.
Free Printable Fall Recipe Cards
If you all haven’t tried Kim’s cream cheese apple bread recipe, I highly recommend that you do so as soon as possible. It is absolutely delicious! It’s also a great recipe to make and give to friends and family, neighbors, teachers, or coaches as a fun fall gift. And it also has a free printable I designed that happens to match these fun recipe cards I’m sharing today.
Today I am excited to share with you a free printable that has two fall recipe cards on each sheet. In warm yellows and crisp oranges, these recipe cards are great to fill out with handwritten recipes and send along with your best fall recipes to friends and family.
Even though I share tons of recipes on my blog, and save a bunch of recipes online and have them printed and saved into binders, I still think there’s something so warm and comforting about handwritten recipe cards. I think they add such a nice, personal touch to food-related gifts, but they are also great to have in one’s own cupboards to hand down through the generations.
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How to Print Recipe Cards
- Printer – My mother has this one and it’s only $49.
- white 8.5 x 11 cardstock
- scissors or a paper trimmer
- Click to download the Fall Recipes cards onto your own device.
- Open the file on your device
- Load your printer with white cardstock
- Click Print and follow your printers prompts
- Trim using scissors or use a paper trimmer. A corner rounder paper punch can be used for the corners to achieve a rounded edge.
Do you have a handwritten collection of recipes? Or are all of your recipes online or typed up?