Don’t just serve your family and friends homemade pumpkin hand pies! Charm them first with their looks, and then dazzle them with the taste! After being away from the #SundaySupper movement for a few years now, I’m super excited to be back cooking and baking with this amazing community of food bloggers once again. It …
I’ve always been all about the pretzel. Whether it’s a soft, warm pretzel that’s been slathered with yellow mustard, or a large, fragrant, yeasty pretzel bun, which elevates a delicious burger from good, to great! It’s always the pretzel that makes things memorable. Always.
Move over plain old mashed potatoes! These Fall Festival Pumpkin Mashed Potatoes are sure to become a new family favorite!!
Chocolate Cranberry Quick Bread with Pecans comes together quickly, and it’s chock full of creamy, chewy and crunchy ingredients. It’s perfect for to serve for all of your autumnal gatherings. When you’re looking for something a little sweet but not cloyingly so, this Chocolate Cranberry Quick Bread with Pecans fits the bill, perfectly.
When was the last time you licked your plate clean after eating because you didn’t want the meal to end? Don’t remember? Prepare yourself because this Turkey Bolognese Over Spaghetti will make you a member of the clean plate club…with honors!
Contrary to the title of this recipe, this Dark Rye Pumpkin Yeast Bread does not contain any pumpkin in the ingredients. I’ve named this recipe specifically from the shape of the loaves themselves. For those of you who are so over the last three months of all things “pumpkin flavored”…you’re welcome!! LOL
These Better Bourbon Baked Sweet Potatoes will knock your socks off. Literally. Even if you don’t think you’re a fan of sweet potatoes, I urge you to try these. They’re not overly sweet like some sweet potato dishes are, and they’re nicely balanced between sweet and savory.
At first glance, you might think that all the garlic on top of these rolls will be too strong and overpowering. However, if you’re a true garlic lover, you’ll appreciate how the cooked garlic is pungent, yet mild. And, when it’s combined with olive oil, dried herbs, and the sweetly soft and pillowy yeast dough, it’s a match made in dinner roll heaven.
Now that the weather is turning cooler and the days are getting shorter, I figure it’s finally time that I dip my toes into the pumpkin pool. I held off as long as I could, but the idea of the Buttery Pumpkin Sage Cornbread kept calling my name.