This is a sponsored post in partnership with Three Bridges. All opinions are my own.
Fall is upon us and nothing helps our family manage the new chill in the air like a nice warm meal. However, it's also never a bad idea to surprise your family by making a meal into easy food art either! We were in the mood for some tasty Three Bridges Ravioli, the leaves have changed outside, and I had a couple extra minutes so I was inspired to make something new for dinner. See how I made it below!
My kids are always up for the Three Bridges Wild Mushroom Ravioli but I'm a fan of the Butternut Squash. Thankfully we had both, along with Heirloom Marinara Sauce, so everyone was happy. We choose Three Bridges because it is easy to make and they never sacrifice quality for convenience. Their pasta is always fresh and never frozen and they only use the finest natural ingredients in their foods!
Do you have an inspirational ravioli or tortellini recipe that you've been dying to share? Do you like winning prizes? Well then you're in luck because this weekend Three Bridges wants you to enter your recipes in the #anythingspastable challenge. They could be your sauce pairing, deep frying, grilling, or something else! They want to see your best recipes because you can win a 12 piece stainless steel cookware set and $250 for the grand prize. Second and third place win $75 in prize money! Just enter HERE on Three Bridges' website.
To make my Fun Fall Ravioli Tree Food Art all you need are Three Bridges Ravioli, Three Bridges Heirloom Marinara Sauce, bell peppers, cheese, and bread. To cut the pepper and cheese leaves you can either use a sharp knife or take the easy way out like I did and use a leaf shaped cutter. Arrange the pieces as shown in the photo and have some fun at dinnertime. Don't forget to pick up Three Bridges pasta and sauce at a local store near you!