So I like pumpkin rolls, alot. Every fall I make oodles of them. Wrap them up and store them in the fridge, cut a slice or two for guests. Maybe a quick after school snack for the kids. They are awesome. Best part they are pretty simple to make. Pumpkin rolls make great gifts for the holiday's or as a dessert for a party! They are pretty simple to make as well, just mix up the batter and pour into a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Bake! Then invert onto a tea towel dusted with . . .
This cake is killer. Its moist, fluffy, full of pumpkin and spice and topped with cream cheese frosting. I have never made this cake without the pan being scraped clean at the end of the day. The last time I made it we all ate a piece before taking it to the party because we knew we wouldn't have another chance to eat it later. The first time I had it was at a family holiday party. My aunt had made it- she cut the cake into huge pieces. I looked at it thinking it was way too big for me....but . . .
Fall is here and so is pumpkin season! What is your favorite pumpkin recipe? I'm partial to pumpkin cake, but cookies are a close second. Today I have another recipe that is near and dear to my heart - pumpkin bread. Years ago I belonged to a crafting group and my dear friend gave me a loaf of this bread. I may or may not have eaten the entire loaf myself. I sheepishly asked for the recipe and she graciously agreed. There is nothing better than a moist quick bread in my . . .
These muffins are light, fluffy and taste incredible. The best part is that they are pretty darn healthy! While they still have flour and some sugar, we have substituted the oil, milk and eggs for only egg whites, a can of pumpkin and some water. The whole recipe takes minutes to whip up and bake. Giving you a great breakfast for on the go or those busy crazy mornings. You can freeze half the batch for later weeks if desired. a long time ago I bought this muffin tin for LARGE muffins. . . .
Flavorful pumpkin. Creamy coconut. Hearty lentil. Warm curry. Just as Tina Turner would say, Fall, you're simply the best. This soup is the perfect healthy soup that transitions well from fall into the New Year for more Meatless Monday (or Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday) dinners! Pressure Cooking with Lentil We recently received these Power Pressure Cookers XL and Aubrey and I absolutely love them. We did several posts here, and this is one that is SO easy to do in your pressure cooker. . . .
That time of year is right around the corner - crunchy leaves, sweaters, spiced cider, cinnamon candles, costume shopping, feast planning, pumpkin patch visiting...fall! My very favorite season! And with fall comes pumpkin everything! I adore pumpkin cookies, bread, steamers, pie...I could go on forever. Whenever I say the word pumpkin I feel like I should say it 'punkin.' When I was dating my husband we had this strange experience where we say a black jetta on several occasions with a . . .
I love dip. I feel like everything is better with a little dip...veggies, chips, fruit, french fries...pretty much everything! This pumpkin pie dip is a PERFECT appetizer for your Thanksgiving spread this year! It pairs perfectly with apple slices, pear slices, and my personal favorite - gingersnap cookies! We have a stellar ginger cookie recipe here on the blog, but if you're lazy like me go ahead and buy a box of the store brand - this dip will seriously give them a . . .
For breakfast we have oatmeal a lot. My husband does it right and soaks his real oats overnight and just heats it up in the moring. I'm lazy and usually open up a little brown paper package of instant oats, throw in some berries, and call it good. For our crockpot week, I really wanted to do oatmeal, and thought pumpkin would be perfect. The idea of waking up to a hot breakfast that's reminisce of fall and smells amazing sold me! And maybe a dollop of two of whipped cream. Super healthy . . .
I love the idea of doing crock pot night every night for my family. It seems like by the end of the day, I'm way too tired to do anything fancy, but at 10 am? Sure! Why not! My husband loves Indian and Thai food and I love coconut and sweet potatoes, so I combined, and Viola! A fall, Indian coconut sweet potato curry dish! He also normally doesn't love sweet potoatoes, but didn't mind them at all in this particular dish. Cashews and toasted pumpkin seeds make the perfect . . .
Fall and pumpkin go hand in hand right? I always love whipping up pumpkin cake, pumpkin muffins, and pumpkin pasta when the cooler weather rolls around...but my very favorite pumpkin recipe is cookies!!! Traditionally pumpkin cookies are deliciously sweetened with chocolate chips. Desi's pumpkin cookie recipe is killer - I've tried and love!!! Today I want to share another pumpkin cookie love -- brown sugar iced pumpkin cookies. This is my grandma's recipe, and I grew up eating . . .