Funky Fresh Freebie – Downloadable Fall Recipe Card Set (Free to all, no limit!)

We’ve got another Funky Fresh Freebie for you! 

This time, I took some of my favorite fall recipes and had Char, my designer friend, create a Funky Fresh Recipe Card Package for all of you. I think she did a beautiful job with these!

This freebie comes at a perfect time, since you’ve been challenged to serve someone this week. I was kind of thinking that you might want to print off these cards, bake up one of the recipes, tie up the recipe cards, and deliver the cards along with your goodies. 

Why? Because these recipes are pretty and fun, and they are made to be shared. They are for each of you, but they are also free for you to print and give away to others as a gift. How fun would it be to bake some Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins and deliver them along with this card to the person you have chosen to serve?!

You certainly aren’t limited to this small package of recipe cards in your service challenge ideas, I just wanted to offer it as an additional suggestion.   Regardless of how you use these cards, we hope you enjoy them and feel inspired by them as you create your Funky Fresh Kitchen!

Download Fall Recipe Cards Here

Details and instructions for downloading and printing these recipes cards:

Once you click this link, you will need to click “save as” to save them to your computer. Then, you can open the folder. These recipe cards are in a “zip file”. If you are unsure how to open this to access the recipe cards, here is a simple tutorial that will show you how to open a zip file.

These cards were designed at 300 DPI, and are 4×6 in size. You can print them on your home computer/printer, or take them to your favorite photo processing place for printing. (Walmart and Walgreens make excellent prints for less than 20 cents per card).

While you may NOT print these cards and resell them, there is no limit to how many cards you may print and give as gifts!

All comments will be entered in our giveway for two $25 and one $50 gift certificates to the Heavenly Homemakers Shop. Be sure to check out all of the posts in our Funky Fresh Kitchen series this month. You may want to subscribe to Heavenly Homemakers and/or join our Facebook page so you don’t miss out on any posts or giveaways!


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  1. says

    Thanks a bunch for these recipe cards. Gotta get me some colored ink now. One question, what does (1-11/2 cups sucanat) mean? I know what sucanat is just not the measurements? Thanks again :)


    Laura Reply:

    Sorry that looks unclear on the card. You can add 1 to 1 1/2 cups of sucanat, depending on how sweet you’d like these to be. :)


  2. Mo says

    Thank you so much for these. I have friends that ask for your great recipes all the time. This will be a great way to bake up some goodness and pass it along with instructions at the same time!


  3. Erin S says

    Thank you, they’re beautiful. Now I’ll have to get myself to Walgreen’s so I can see them in color. Gray scale just doesn’t do it for fall colors.


  4. Martha says

    These are so cute! I can’t wait to try those pumpkin muffins. I have a really nice recipe book…these cards will fit perfectly in them. Thanks so much!!!!


  5. Amy Cook says

    I made these just this morning. In fact I have spent a lot of time making up your breakfast recipes this week. I made a breakfast menu plan for 6 weeks and made up enough of each item on the menu to last 6 weeks. Let’s see from your list we made – giant breakfast cookies, waffles, mini apple pies, chocolate chip pumpkin muffins and tomorrow I will make mini breakfast quiche. I am so excited that all i have to do for 6 weeks is get up and warm breakfast. Makes for an easier start to our day. Thanks for all your hard work.


    Barbra Reply:

    Good for you Amy! You have inspired me to get cooking!!


  6. Sherri F. says

    I will be using these recipes to bless my neighbor! She is currently in the hospital recovering from a mild heart attack, so we are watching her house and caring for her tomato plants while she is gone. When she gets home, I will have lots of yummy treats to bless her with! Thank you!!


  7. Charlotte Moore says

    Thank you Laura! I just made apple pumpkin muffins yesterday and took some to a friend I used to work with. She came home from the hospital yesterday so I thought she would like these.

    I did change the flour to all whole wheat. It was half white flour and hale wheat. It called for palm sugar and I used it, but it doesn’t seem as sweet as sucanat. I will use sucanat next time. It also called for pumpkin pie spice, but I wish I had used only cinnamon. They were good, but a few more changes would make them better I think.


  8. says

    These look so pretty. I’m downloading them now, and I like the idea of having them printed at a store. They would probably do a better job than my printer. :)


  9. Cathy B. says

    What a great idea, Laura! Thank you so much for the pretty recipe cards; I just downloaded them, and I’m eager to use them as you suggested.


  10. kelly says

    thanks! looking forward to trying more of your recipes. already love the giant breakfast cookies — made them the other night– plus others.


  11. Anita Peoples says

    We’ll be taking a gift basket over to our neighbor who let’s us garden on her property. She has been so gracious to let us ‘farm’ her land for the last three years after we found out that we were ‘squatters’! We’ve made a basket full of goodies we’ve canned from our garden and will add the pumpkin chocolate chip muffins to top it off. Thank you for the recipes.


  12. Roxanne says

    I am looking forward to trying out the muffins and granola bar recipes immediately! Thanks for sharing all of these great recipes with us.


  13. Patricia says

    Thank you so much for sharing all these great recipes, cant wait to try them. And I will share them as well. Blessings!


  14. Christa says

    We made breakfast cookies this week! I added white and semi chocolate chips and dried cranberries. The kids helped and really liked them. Thanks


  15. DD says

    I’m so happy to have your recipes. My recipe books have been in storage for a long time. I don’t know what I’d do without your recipes. Thank you!!!


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