I got this recipe from Beth’s blog, and she really hit it out of the park with this one!! I mean, it’s a GIANT CINNAMON ROLL that tastes like apple pie. What more could you want?
The only change I made was cutting down a little bit on the butter and using yogurt instead. Otherwise, I wouldn’t change a thing!
One of my greater achievements of 2015: I mastered the 6-braid challah.
This bread isn’t overwhelming pumpkin spicy, it just subtly tastes like fall. It’s as easy as can be, for a yeast bread that requires two rises. Honestly, the hardest thing about it was not the braid (that was probably the most fun part) but kneading this by hand.
Just one more month left of didactic school! Hoping that flies by…and that the next year and a half of rotations fly by, too…so I can finally make some $$$ and get me a Kitchenaid mixer :)
How is it already practically November??!
I’m getting so so behind on my pumpkin t0-make list, but I’m trying to squeeze one quick recipe in before Halloween is over!
This granola is a healthier option to balance out the mass amounts of Halloween candy coming your way. I prefer granola lightly sweetened, so that it’s not as sugary as most of the store-bought granola.
In the mood for granola but sick of pumpkin everything?
Keeping this short and sweet!
Just can’t quit with the pumpkin. If you’re balking at my pumpkinfied version of perfectly good cornbread, trust me when I say that the pumpkin & spice are far from overpowering. It fits perfectly in with this slightly sweet, lightly spiced cornbread.
The perfect pumpkin muffins for your fall eats :)
They are healthy, full of pumpkin spice flavor, and freeze beautifully!
It’s here already! And I will always gladly and unashamedly embrace the pumpkin spice season.
These bars are great if you are a fan of pumpkin pie. I personally am not a crust person (gasp), so this is isolating the delicious pumpkin filling in a healthy, portable way!
The texture is wonderfully soft and moist like pumpkin pie, definitely not like a cookie bar or brownie. It is probably the most genius way to use coconut flour, since it tends to have that texture.
LOVED these. Definitely try them!