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Bourbon Caramel Apple Slab Pie

    So now we’re talkin’ fall! It’s beginning to be full on fall as a matter of fact – leaves are falling, pumpkins and apples – wonderful apples in lovely fall apple recipes. So do we have one? You bet we do! And it’s easy (yes, we always say that because we always like easy-do-make recipes and because it’s
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Serious Pumpkin Baked Doughnuts with Maple Toffee Chocolate Icing

  OK, what comes to mind when you think of Fall? Ok, besides it’s getting cold and the leaves are falling and oh my gosh is it really that close to being Christmas again and wait!! Flavor wise is what we’re talking about. Pumpkin, that’s right….pumpkin. At least we do. It just seems SO fall-like to us so….baking with it
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Snicker Bars

  Yes, Snicker Bars. And yes, pretty darn close the the original. Easy to make, taste like a snicker bar. Yep, this one is a keeper. It’s a little time consuming only because of the layers, but other than that we are definitely adding this recipe into our permanent rotation. Just keep in mind you will feel a little sick
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Honeycrisp Apple Sangria

  OK, it’s cocktail Friday (as we have declared it!!) and summer really has wrapped up. It’s officially fall but maybe you’re like us, just a little reluctant to let summer go….Here is a perfect way to help with that transition, Sangria!! And with honey crisp apples to boot!! We love these apples SO much, makes saying goodbye to summer
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Dark Chocolate Salted Caramel Cupcakes

These cupcakes came out of the fact that we love chocolate and caramel together. OK, who doesn’t? This recipe was adapted from a few different recipes we found while looking through many. The sour cream adds moisture however, plain yogurt (or flavored if you’re feeling adventurous!) would do the same trick. These are a bit messy but oh so good
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Nana’s Honey Cake

This is a recipe handed down generations, literally. Rebekkah’s great-grandmother used to make this to celebrate the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah. Let us be the first to tell you this honey cake is definitely a keeper. It is moist and deeply rich tasting and full of love. Because come on, how could a recipe from Old-Nana not be? It’s
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Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars

  Did someone say “Peanut Butter and Jelly” bars?  Why yes they did. That was us and if you love PB&J you are going to love these bars!! Easy, fun, gooey and delicious, as any good PP&J should be. We used the seedless raspberry jam as noted in the recipe but any will do. I have a feeling there might
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End of Summer Mixed Berry Pie

OK, technically it’s the end of summer but lets face it, it feels like the beginning of Fall but come on…we gotta just hang on for a little bit don’t we? So do you have berries from summer and you’re wondering what to do with them? OK, that’s unlikely but still….If you are using your fresh picked berries but they
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Fresh Blueberry Lemon Glazed Doughnuts

So here’s the thing, we went blueberry picking this summer (which was awesome) and now have a freezer full of blueberries (yay!!) and so whenever that something wonderful blueberry recipe comes along and looks to lovely to pass up well, we love having freezer blueberries at the ready!! And….when it happens to be a doughnut recipe well, then come on….you
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Triple Berry Cinnamon Swirl Bread

Triple Berry Cinnamon Swirl Bread This is going to be a different kind of post. Instead of posting the recipe and directions we are going to send you directly to where we found this recipe. It is just too good of a post not to. If you haven’t heard of Joy the Baker you should immediately check her out cause
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