• Mini Lemon Rosemary Bundt Cakes

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    It’s citrus season! That means it’s time to bake all of the lemon-y treats! These teeny little bundt cakes are so full of lemon flavor, the vanilla lemon glaze adds an extra oomph of lemon, and the cakes themselves are made with rosemary infused milk, which adds just a hint of a warm rosemary aftertaste. A perfect and easy treat to make, that you should definitely have in your citrus season rotation! I have to admit, though it’s citrus season now, I really have access to beautiful lemons all year round. We’re quite lucky – because we have a little…

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  • Banana Funfetti Cinnamon Rolls

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    What a year! We’ve nearly made it through 2020, and you definitely deserve these Banana Funfetti Cinnamon Rolls to reward yourself. Why? Well let me explain. First off, cinnamon rolls. Is there anything better than a – prep the night before and pop in the oven in the morning- dessert that can be considered breakfast? I didn’t think so. But wait, there’s more. Funfetti. Why? Because this was a hard year. It just was. And if Funfetti anything doesn’t put a smile on your face, I don’t know what will! Now, name me one baking item that basically hired a…

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  • Lime Cranberry Blondies

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    Can a dessert be sweet, tart, chewy, and refreshing all at the same time? I’m here to tell you – it can! These lime cranberry blondies are sooo good, I nearly finished them all myself! The blondie is the perfectly chewy texture, with sweet little bites of white chocolate chips. Then you have the dried cranberries, which add that tartness and pops of red color. Finished off with some lime, and you have a surprisingly refreshing blondie that’s hard to put down! So since it’s the week between the Holidays and New Years, and we’re neither here nor there –…

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  • Dark Chocolate Brownie Kiss Cookies

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    Still in need of some Christmas cookies? Then these Dark Chocolate Brownie Kiss Cookies are your new best friends! They don’t take any extra chilling time, and can be done in about15 minutes! These are for my dark chocolate lovers, as the brownie cookies are made with 85% dark chocolate, and the kisses are also dark chocolate! Bake them for the Holidays or anytime you need a serious chocolate fix!  What You’ll Need. . . Unsalted Butter dark chocolate granulated sugar brown sugar eggs vanilla extract flour cocoa powder kosher salt baking powder dark chocolate kisses In a microwave safe…

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  • The BEST Brownies

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    This brownie recipe is sooo good, I just keep making it on repeat the last few months. It’s kinda wild to have a food blog and not have an amazing brownie recipe. Well – I finally made it. These are the absolute best brownies ever. They are fudgy, and soft, and chocolate-y, with the perfect crackly top; the most decadent, indulgent brownies you’re gonna make. I had posted them on my reels on instagram, but never got around to typing them up in a post. So, without further ado – here they are! They are ONE BOWL and only take…

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  • Pressed Flower Cookies

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    It’s officially cookie season! So let’s start it off with a dainty, elegant, pressed flower shortbread cookie! These are perfect for the holidays, or any time you need a beautiful cookie to impress your friends and family with. This is a quick and easy recipe to make, which you can prep ahead of time, and it gives you a delicate, beautiful result.  What You’ll Need . . . assorted edible flowers butter granulated sugar egg vanilla extract flour The first thing you’ll want to do is prepare your flowers. You’ll want to get a few heavy books and some parchment…

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  • Cranberry-Pear Pie with a Cinnamon Spice Crust

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    It’s almost Thanksgiving! I looove a great apple pie, and a fantastic pumpkin pie – the classics. But if you’re ready for something a little bit different, but equally amazing – try this recipe for cranberry and pear pie. It’s made with a special cinnamon spiced crust, to give it that extra wonderful Fall feeling in every bite. Cranberry adds a great tart flavor, which is balanced perfectly by sweet pears.   What You’ll Need. . .  Flour granulated sugar salt cinnamon nutmeg ginger cloves butter vegetable shortening cold water turbinado sugar egg wash For the Filling. . .  cranberries…

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  • Carrot Cinnamon Rolls with Maple Cream Cheese Glaze

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    Imagine this – a warm, cinnamon smell wafts from the kitchen. You come in and see a fresh batch of just baked cinnamon rolls. They’re covered with a luxurious maple glaze – and what’s this? Little orange flecks in the rolls? Carrots add some veggie goodness (which you can barely taste) to your already amazing rolls? You slowly rip away one large, luscious roll, and take an amazing bite of that soft, sweet roll. SO GOOD. You too can feel like this! Just make these carrot cinnamon rolls with a maple cream cheese glaze!  Here’s what you’ll need . .…

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  • Butterscotch Chocolate Chip Cookies

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    These look like normal chocolate chip cookies, but they most definitely are not! Made with homemade butterscotch sauce, and a bit of cinnamon, they’re all you love in chocolate chip cookies, but with an extra yummy Fall kick. Thick, crumbly cookies, which are crispy on the outside, and soft and gooey on the inside. . . if  this is your cookie vibe – you’re gonna love these! Let’s talk a little bit about how these cookies compare to some others I’ve made on the blog. You know when people say baking is a science? It truly is when it comes…

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  • Fall Harvest Cobbler

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    Grapes and Pomegranates! The underdogs of Fall fruits, but the stars of this Cobbler! I had been meaning to make a cobbler all summer, but just ran out of time. And by the time I got around to it, well, it was September, and I couldn’t find any fresh peaches or cherries that didn’t cost an astronomical amount. If you’ve been following me for a bit now, you know I LOVE my apple and pumpkin desserts. However, I wanted to go in a different direction with this recipe, and shine a light on some fruits that usually look great as…

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