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Fall Boots Under $60- Save that Money for Some Ravioli!

Fall Boots Under $60, this Must be a Scam.

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Hope you enjoyed my picks for fall boots under $60 ! I wrote a post a few weeks back about my favorite fall boots, you can find that post here! 

Happy Friday lovelies! Yesterday on Instagram stories, I asked y’all if you wanted a post on fall boots under $60 or baked ravioli.  To my surprise majority of you all wanted to know about the boot sales…. C’mon guys, food is life! Totally joking, I really can’t blame you all. The sales happening especially when it comes to boots are way too good to be true! So here you all have it! I’ve rounded out my favorite fall boots that are all currently under $60! Oh, and since there were some of y’all who wanted the baked ravioli recipe, and I’m not going to lie, it was amazing last night! I went ahead and added a special surprise for you all at the end!

fall boots under $60

I wanted to give you all a nice mixture when it came to boots. Personally I love wearing booties in the early months of fall, the weather is cold in the mornings and night, while slightly warm during the day.  Booties are nice for the temperamental fall weather and easily transition from work to play!  The middle of October is when I start transitioning into the riding boots and over the knee (OTK) boots.

Since there are some great sales happening this weekend, I wanted to throw in more winter type boots as well. If they’re under $60 there’s no reason not to buy them for December! The duck style boots and rain resistant boots are great for snow or rainy fall days. I personally have a pair and love wearing them with a thicker cable knit sock!

 


Baked Ravioli Comfort Food Delight 

Ingredients                                                                                            

Trader Joes Sundried tomato and Goat Cheese Ravioli(2)                         

Pasta Sauce                                                      

1/2 pound ground turkey                                                                 

1 bag of mozzarella cheese                                                      

Salt and Pepper to taste                           

Basil            

Directions                                                                                                           

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees, spray bottom and sides of rectangular backing dish (13x9x2) with cooking spray

2. Brown turkey and add salt and pepper to taste. Add in 3/4th of pasta sauce with cooked turkey. 

3. Arrange half of ravioli in single layer, cover first layer with the meat and sauce mixture. Top with sprinkling mozzarella cheese.  

4. Repeat layers twice, starting with ravioli. Sprinkle 1/2 cup of mozzarella cheese on top

5. Place aluminum foil over pan and cook for 20 mins. Remove aluminum and cook for an additional 20 mins ( or until the top is bubbling) 

 

Insider tip: I cooked my baked ravioli in a Pyrex pan last night. After you serve up the plates and seconds (I promise, everyone will want seconds) you can then pop the lid on the pan and cleanup is a breeze! 

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