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11.25.2013

Gingersnap Stout Pie with Chocolate Stout Ganache


How many of you are Food Network fanatics? Ever watch Cupcake Wars???

I recently became Twitter friends with Heather Saffer, the winner of Food Network's Cupcakes Wars. Heather recently published a new book called The  Dollop Book of Frosting. A book filled with sweet and savory frosting recipes. Savory.... frosting. Yeah. Pretty much genius stuff happening in there! Everything from the classics like Vanilla Cupcakes with   Vanilla Buttercream to Corn Dog Cupcakes with Honey Mustard Frosting.

I immediatly jumped out of my skin when I ran across her recipe for Gingersnap Stout Pie. This pie starts with a Gingersnap Stout Frosting, you then use a bit of that frosting with some ground gingersnaps to make a pie crust. Then fill it with the Gingersnap Frosting. I may have licked the frosting bowl clean when I made it! The stout gives the frosting such a rich caramel flavor, paired with ginger it is just WOW.

Heather's recipe is perfection it doesn't need anything. You can top her pie with some chocolate buttercream, or with some whipped cream and you have a great holiday dessert on your hands. I just  happened to have my favorite Ginger Chocolate, it is amazing stuff. I figured why not pair it with some stout as well and line the pie with a chocolate stout ganache? The ganache wasn't as sweet (it was dark chocolate) so that bitterness offset the sweet. I then topped it with some freshly whipped cream and dug in.

With Thanksgiving later this week, I figured this pie would be the perfect recipe to share with you all. It's easy to make and transportable. What a great pie to show up with at Thanksgiving?! Your host/hostess will adore you for it. This year am baking pies for three of my neighbors as a way of saying thanks. One of the gentleman that lives in the house next to us will be receiving his own Gingersnap Stout Pie. What a guy pleaser right?



Gingersnap Stout Pie with Chocolate Stout Ganache
 Recipe adapted from: The Dollop Book of Frosting by Heather Saffer
Ingredients:
For the Frosting:
  • 2 cups room temperature unsalted butter 
  • 4 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 cup of your favorite stout (I used a local NH craft brew) 
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 4 cups powdered sugar
  • 40 gingersnaps, finely ground
For the crust:
  • 1 cup of Gingersnap Frosting
  • 50 gingersnaps, finely ground
For the Chocolate Stout Ganache:
  • 8 oz ginger chocolate (I use Green & Blacks)
  • 3 tbs stout
  • 3 tbs heavy cream
Directions:
  1. To prepare your frosting, in the bowl of your electric stand mixer, whip butter until soft and fluffy. 
  2. With your mixer on medium/high speed slowly whip in vanilla, stout, salt and powdered sugar.
  3. Slowly add in your ground gingersnaps and whip until light and fluffy. About 5-7 minutes.
  4. To prepare your crust, take one cup of your frosting and mix it together with the 50 ground up gingersnaps. 
  5. Press into the bottom of a 9 inch pie plate.
  6. Place crust into the freezer for about 15 minutes. 
  7. Meanwhile preheat your oven to 350. 
  8. After crust has chilled, bake for 15 minutes. 
  9. Remove from oven and allow to cool completley.
  10. While crust is cooling, you can prepare your ganache. Melt chocolate with stout and cream over a double boiler and whisk until smooth.
  11. Fill cooked crust with the chocolate ganache.
  12. Allow the chocolate layer to cool completely. I placed mine in the freezer to speed it up.
  13. Fill cooked pie with the remaining Gingersnap Stout Frosting.
  14. Top with fresh whipped cream and additional gingersnaps. (Optional)

To snag your own copy (and perhaps a copy to gift this holiday season!) of The Dollop Book of Frosting by Heather Saffer click HERE.

Also be sure to check out Heather's website and follow her on Twitter!

11.21.2013

Sweet Potato Tartlets with a Maple Marshmallow Topping

The following is a sponsored. 



Sweet potato pie is a staple at most Thanksgivings. Except for at my family's. For years we always went with traditional pumpkin pies. I never tried sweet potato until last year when I made Joy's Dad's Sweet Potato Pie in my Sundays With Joy Group. It's very similar to pumpkin pie... just better don't you think?

The only thing I am not super stoked on with most Thanksgiving Sweet Potato recipes is the marshmallows on top. I know... I'm weird. I love sweet potatoes. I love marshmallows. I just do not necessarily love them together. 


I know what you are thinking... "You don't like them on top yet you are sharing tarts with a marshmallow topping?" -Yes, but no. 

11.20.2013

Chocolate Cream Pie and a Video Tutorial on How to Make Pie Crust



You guys! I was in a movie. Well not really a movie, more of a short video. And it wasn't anything fancy. I plopped my DSLR on a tripod and recorded myself. Quickly losing the glamor isn't it?

 I have had many many many fans email or comment saying they are afraid of tackling pie crust on their own. I've written many blog posts about how simple it is, and with a little practice, hand made pie crust is the best!



To show them how simple it truly is, I made a video. In 10 minutes, I whip up a double pie crust. A double pie crust can either make one double crusted fruit pie or perhaps two custard or cream pies. Now this video is a hot mess. Not only do I say SO.... and UMMMM 89419823759812749587 times. My dog interrupts us a couple of times. Then bumps the camera while I am talking and cuts me out of the picture. I was going to edit the video and cut it down a tad, but then I figured... leave it be. People can see what real life is like. And for the record this 10 minute video took about an hour to shoot. I want to thank my son Chase for having so much patience and for all the help!

So here it is.... a little homemade video on how to make homemade pie crust.


11.19.2013

No-Bake Peanut Butter Dream Pie With a Peanut Brittle Crust + Vitamix GIVEAWAY!!



When naming this pie the one word that kept coming to mind was dreamy. It is so light, fluffy and completely dreamy. It slices like a dream tastes like a dream. Therefor I call it Peanut Butter Dream Pie. Corny I know.... but once you try it you will say " this pie is just so damn...... dreamy!" Trust me you will.



For the crust I really wanted to play up the peanut butter flavor, so instead of doing  a traditional graham cracker crust, I did 50/50 cookie crumbs to peanut brittle crumbs. It may have been the best idea I have ever had.



Today is also an exciting day! I hit 100,000 Facebook fans! What a way to start my morning. To celebrate I think one of you deserves to win the mac daddy of all blenders! I teamed up with a a group of my favorite food bloggers to bring one lucky reader a new Vitamix, valued at over $500!! Seriously you all I am so jealous, I want that blender so bad!!! To enter scroll to the bottom of the post and follow the directions listed on the widget. Giveaway is only open to US residents and adults over the age of 18.


Peanut Butter Dream Pie with a Peanut Brittle Crust

Ingredients:
  • 3/4 cup finely ground graham crackers
  • 3/4 cup finely ground peanut brittle 
  • 6 tbs melted unsalted butter
  • 1/3 cup dark brown sugar
  • 1/4 tsp salt 
  • 1 8 oz room temperature cream cheese
  • 1 cup peanut butter
  • 3/4 cup heavy whipping cream
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup dark chocolate
  • additional 1/4 cup heavy cream
Directions:
  1. In a small mixing  bowl combine graham cracker crumbs, peanut brittle crumbs, butter and salt together with a fork.
  2. Press into the bottom of a 9 inch pie plate.
  3. Refrigerate, crust while preparing the filling. 
  4. In the bowl of your electric mixer whip cream cheese, peanut butter, brown sugar and vanilla together until smooth and combined. 
  5. Turn mixer on high and slowly pour a slow stream of heavy cream into the mixture. Stop ever few seconds and allow the mixer to whip the ingredients. Continue to do this until you have used your 3/4 cup heavy cream.
  6. Scrape bowl down to ensure all ingredients are full whipped. And then spread it into your crust. 
  7. Refrigerate while you prepare the chocolate topping. 
  8. In a small sauce pan whisk chocolate and 1/4 cup cream together until smooth and melted. 
  9. Spread over the top of your chilled pie. 
  10. Place back in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours. 
  11. Slice and serve with additional peanut brittle (optional).

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11.18.2013

Dark Chocolate Ganache Pie with a Biscoff Cookie Crust


 Pie week is here! Can you believe Thanksgiving is next week? Are you ready? I sure as heck am not!


To kick the week off I am sharing the most simple yet fancy pie (or tart) ever created. The crust is simply butter and ground up Biscoff Cookies. Then I filled it with a dark chocolate ganache and topped with whipped cream and chocolate shavings.


For those of you are scared of pie baking, this is as simple as it gets. The most inexperienced can whip this up for Thanksgiving dessert... or for any other occasion! 




Dark Chocolate Ganache Pie with a Biscoff Cookie Crust

Ingredients:
  •  1 1/2 cups finely ground Biscoff cookies  
  • 6 tbs room temperature unsalted butter
  • 2 cups dark chocolate chips
  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • Whipped cream and chocolate shavings for serving (optional) 
Directions:
  1. In a mixing bowl combine butter and cookie crumbs with a fork.
  2. Press mixture into a 9 inch pie plate or tart pan.
  3. Bake at 350 for about 10 minutes or until the crust is crisp and has browned a bit.
  4. To prepare the filling, add chocolate, cream and salt to a medium sauce pan. 
  5. Whisk over medium heat until the mixture is smooth and chocolate is fully melted.
  6. Pour into cooked crust. 
  7. Cool in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours or until the filling has set. Slice and serve with whipped cream and chocolate shavings

11.17.2013

StitchFix Review AND a $500 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway!!

I received my latest StitchFix box on Thursday. This is  my ninth fix! Last month I thought I hit the jackpot, the stylist nailed it and I kept all 5 items for the first time. This month however I am only keeping 2 items. Here are a few pictures of what I received.



41 Hawthorn Queensland Dolman Top: $48  I loved this top. It is a plum colored jersey material shirt, It's fitted in the right spots and loose in areas I don't like to highlight... like my mid section. The neck is wide, so I can wear it off the shoulders or to one side, I like this style a lot. I kept it. Note to self DO NOT LET THE HUSBAND take pictures. He can't focus to save his life. Next time it's selfies or the tripod!


Just Black Chestnut Distressed Skinny Jeans: $58. For jeans I like this price. Most of the pants I've been sent are $70-80. However, I own 800 pairs of skinny jeans and don't need another pair. I do love the distressed style, but the holes are in bad spots. I felt like the slightest movement and that knee was going to bust open. They were also freakishly long. I'm  not short either.... I never have an issue with my pans being this long. These got sent back!


Splendid Thessaly Short Sleeve Raglan Top: $45 I was a bit confused why I would be getting short sleeved tops. I live in the freaking tundra. Seriously. It's flipping cold up here. I need sweaters.... at first I  was going to send this top back.... because of the reason listed above. But then I tried it on again. I really like it. The white sleeves are actually sheer, so you can see my tattoo which I won't lie I love to show. So even though I might catch hypothermia wearing a short sleeved shirt... I kept it!


Collective Concepts Geoffry Geo Print Tab-Sleeve Blouse: $68 .Before we talk about the shirt... can we talk about how adorable Mads is? Her mullet is getting so out of control, but I love it! And while we are talking hair.... lets not talk about how bad mine is these days?! K? Thanks.

Now I liked this shirt. It fit. It's a cute cut, however I own 3987987987908 tab-sleeve shirts. A while back I also asked them to stop sending geo prints... so I wasn't thrilled to see more geo. So I sent it back.

I also received a a 41 Hawthorn chunky knit scarf that was $32. I liked it.... but do not need any more scarfs at this time. So I sent it back, and forgot to take a photo!

Have you signed up for StitchFix yet?  If not you really should, It is super convenient, you never have to leave your bedroom to try on clothes at the mall. They send you new items that are the latest and greatest. So you will be styling! And then the best part..... You can earn referrals. For every friend you refer you can earn a $25 credit. Those can add up fast.... and you might be able to snag some clothes for free! Click HERE for more info.

Now what you are all waiting for..... a $500 Amazon.com gift card giveaway!


To enter scroll to the widget below and follow the directions on how to enter. Also be sure to check out all of the giveaway sponsors!





11.14.2013

Coconut Lover's Blondie Bites (Blondie Brownies MadeTwo Ways)

Individually baked blondies made with coconut milk and filled with  coconut flakes and chocolate pieces.


Blondie Brownies are often overlooked. Chocolate brownies or classic chocolate chip cookies tend to take center stage. I have to say, f I was presented a platter of baked goods this holiday season, I would reach for the blondie. They are the perfect mix, the texture of a brownie but taste like a cookie. I also love how they are a blank slate. The classic blondie batter is pretty versatile, you can add so many things into your batter. Nuts chocolate, caramel pieces, coconut.... I have even added toffee, apples, or Cadbury Mini Eggs.


11.11.2013

Korean Inspired Tacos



The other day my sister, mom, and I were getting a start on our Christmas shopping. While chatting, my mom asked how my Facebook page was growing. For those of you who do not follow me there, Facebook has blown up. I will probably hit 100,000 followers there in the next couple of weeks. It's kind of mind blowing and super exciting to see it grow. I said to them..."Guys... soon people are going to recognize me in public!" My sister looked at me like "you are such a douche bag!"

She didn't actually call me a douche, but she gave me that look. 


Then again yesterday morning while talking "blog" with the husband. I said... "Husband, my page is kinda blowing up. I'm going to get stopped soon and asked 'are you that girl?'"

And guess what! I went grocery shopping a couple hours later, and a fan stopped me. I got to meet her husband, and kids as well. Guys I felt so FAMOUS. You can roll your eyes and call me a douche bag now, because am sure my sister would. And  I know I sound like it. But I am bursting with excitement! I feel big time (even though I am so not!)

11.08.2013

Sour Cream Espresso Brownies with Salted Caramels



Do you ever have those moments when you look around you and feel so unbelievably blessed?

Not to get all sappy on you, because that is totally not my style. But sometimes I just stop and look around and go "wow!" I am so freaking lucky. I never in a million years thought I would have all this and be this happy.

I had one of those moments yesterday when I was taking photos of these brownies, the kids were at my side, my 4 year old giving me "pointers" on how to style them (FYI he thought I should put sea shells in the shot). I just stopped what I was doing and absorbed the scene.  Taking in how adorable and sweet the kids are. How pretty my brownies looked, and how much I love what I do.

How many moms get to do a job they love AND stay home with their kids? Not many.

I mean come on.... brownies!



These brownies were pretty fantastic, a classic cocoa fudge brownie marbled with a brown sugar sour cream mixture and filled with chopped up bits of dark chocolate covered salted caramels.


The caramels I decided to use were seriously delicious. I recently received a shipment of chocolates and caramels from Marich Chocolates. They spoiled me a tad. The delivery arrived on Halloween, so I was stocked to the brim with sugar that my waist line probably wasn't begging for.



I sampled a variety of their items, my favorite being their White Chocolate Ginger Bread. It was pieces of crunchy gingerbread cookies, dipped in white and dark chocolate. Pretty much the most delicious candy I have ever tasted. I really truly am not exaggerating. They were so good that there was no chance of saving any to use in my baking. My husband and I actually fought over the last one. My kids were particularly fond of the Peppermint White Chocolate Caramels. As if they didn't have enough Halloween candy... I added caramels into the mix!

You guys are in luck. Marich has offered to give one lucky winner a Holiday Chocolate Gift Box filled with some holiday flavored chocolates and caramels.

This would make a great treat for you, or a great gift for your family and friends.  After you check out my brownie recipe be sure to scroll down and enter to win!!



Sour Cream Espresso Brownies with Salted Caramels 

Ingredients:

Sour cream layer:
  • 2/3 cup sour cream
  • 2 tbs flour
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tbs brown sugar
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/4 tsp salt
For the brownie layer: 
  Directions:
  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Grease and flour a 9x13 baking pan.
  3. In a medium mixing bowl, whisk together all of your sour cream layer ingredients. Set aside.
  4. In a separate mixing bowl, whisk eggs, brown sugar, granulated sugar, vanilla, and salt together.   
  5. Slowly whisk in melted butter.
  6. Mix in flour, cocoa powder and espresso powder. 
  7. Once combined fold in chopped caramels.   
  8. Pour brownie layer into prepared baking dish.
  9. Drizzle sour cream mixture over the top.
  10. Using a knife swirl the layers together. 
  11. Bake for 30-35 minutes or until a toothpick is inserted and comes out slightly moist.   
  12. Allow to cool completely before slicing.  
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(Disclaimer: I received no monetary compensation for this post. I did however receive some product samples from Marich Chocolates. Marich Chocolates is also sponsoring this giveaway. All opinions are 100% my own.)

11.06.2013

Pomegranate and Rosemary White Sangria


A week ago I decided I wanted to attempt  cutting wine and coffee from my diet. They are a waste of calories and I need to start cutting back. I thought I would rather give those two up than chocolate, cheese or butter.

Yeah that was a stupid idea.

11.04.2013

Slowcooker Roasted Ranch Chicken


Slowcooker roast chicken is super hot in the blog world these days. I feel like every time I turn around there is a new version posted somewhere. I can see why it is so popular, it is the easiest, tastiest way to prepare moist roast chicken.

My family  and I have been pretty obsessed with this method for the last couple of years. We seriously pick those bones clean and have zero leftovers after dinner.

It's rather simple to prepare. You add a whole chicken into a  6qt crock pot. Thanks to a tip from a facebook follower, I now roll foil balls and place them under the chicken. This keeps the dark meat from turning into mush after rendering in those  juices for so long.  Pour woschishire sauce and lemon juice over the top, add a stick of butter for good measure, then some ranch seasoning. Set it and forget it.


Slow Cooker Roasted Ranch Chicken 

What you need:
  • 1 small Oven roaster chicken ( no bigger than 5-6lbs)
  • 1 lemon, juiced
  • 2 tbs worcestershire  sauce
  • 1 stick of unsalted butter
  • 2 tbs ranch seasoning (I make my own. recipe found HERE
  • salt and pepper
  • aluminum foil
  • 6 qt slow cooker

Directions:
  1. Salt and pepper the inside and out of the your chicken. 
  2. Ball 4, 1 inch balls of aluminum foil up and place at the bottom of your slow cooker. 
  3. Place chicken in your slow cooker on top of foil balls. 
  4. Spread butter over the top and sides of the bird. Then drizzle with lemon juice, worcestershire sauce and sprinkle with ranch seasoning.
  5. Place top on the slow cooker and cook on high for about 4 hours or low for 6 hours.
  6. When ready to serve, carefully remove chicken from your slow cooker and place in a roasting pan. To do this I use the biggest tongs I have or some large spatulas. Make sure you have a prepared roasting pan sitting right next to the slow cooker. This chicken is really really tender if can fall apart if you are not careful.
  7. Place under the broiler (set on high) and broil until the skin starts to brown. Usually takes about 2-3 minutes for me. 
  8. Remove from oven and dig in!

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11.01.2013

100 of the Best Pumpkin Recipes #30DaysOfPumpkin


Here you can find a round up of the 30 recipes I shared in October for #30DaysOfPumpkin. As well as 70 recipes from my favorite bloggers!

Pumpkin Pie Macarons
Pumpkin Bars with a Bacon Fat Shortbread Crust
Pumpkin Pecan Biscuit Bake with Candied Canadian Bacon
White Chocolate Cream Puffs with Caramel
Pumpkin Peanut Butter Dog Treats
Harvest Bisque
Pumpkin Snickerdoodle Cookie Snack Cake
Sea Salted Maple Pumpkin Doughnuts
Pumpkin Hummus
Pumpkin Glazed Turkey Legs
 
Pumpkin Pecan Sandie Cookie Sandwiches
Pumpkin Cranberry Upside Down Cake
Cumin and Lime Pumpkin Seeds
Stuffed Turkey Cutlets with a Pumpkin Brie Sauce and Cranberry Chutney
Pumpkin Pie Wantons with a Pear Ginger Beer Sauce
Brown Sugar Pumpkin Pie with a Honey Meringue Topping
Pumpkin Brown Sugar Cookies dipped in Molasses Caramel
Pumpkin and Cranberry Crostinis with Brie
Pumpkin Manicotti with Apple Sausage
Pumpkin Molasses Caramel Sauce
 
No Yeast Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls
Pumpkin Spice Latte Meringue Cake
Pumpkin Reuben
Cookie Butter Pumpkin Pie Dip
Maple Brown Sugar Pumpkin Roll
Pumpkin and Cider Mac n' Cheese with Crispy Bacon
Snickerdoodle Pumpkin Muffins
Pumpkin Ravioli with a Sweet Onion and Mushroom Filling
No Bake White Chocolate Pumpkin Cheesecakes with a Pecan Pie Crust
Dark Chocolate Pumpkin Cupcakes with Cranberry Curd and Molasses Buttercream
 
Pumpkin Corn Muffins-Running to the Kitchen
Pumpkin Granola-Running to the Kitchen
Guilt Free Pumpkin Pie Smoothie- The Tasty Fork
Graham Cracker Cookies with Toasted Pumpkin Marshmallow Filling-Keep it Sweet Desserts
Pumpkin Cinnamon Roll Cheesecake- Keep It Sweet Desserts
Pumpkin Caramel Panna Cotta- Foodness Gracious
Pumpkin Magic Cake-Foodness Gracious
Coffee Shop Pumpkin Syrup- Savvy Eats
Crock Pot Red Lentil Pumpkin Chili- Kitchen Treaty
Pumpkin Ricotta Ravioli with a Brown Butter Walnut Sauce- The Little Ferraro Kitchen
 Homemade Pumpkin-Ricotta Ravioli with Brown Butter Walnut Sauce via LittleFerraroKitchen.com
Pumpkin Nutella Rolls- Wine and Glue
Slow Cooker Pumpkin Pie Cake- Mom on Time Out  
Pumpkin Pie Snickerdoodles- Mom on Timeout
Gluten-Free Almond Sorghum Pumpkin Cupcakes - Jeanette's Healthy Living
Pumpkin Spice Mug Cake- Frugal Foodie Mama
Pumpkin Pie Crunch- Chocolate, Chocolate and More
 Fudgy Pumpkin Brownies - Nobel Pig
Pumpkin Spice Whoopie Pies filled with Maple Cream- Nobel Pig
Cinnamon Swirled Pumpkin Coffee Cake- Buns In My Oven
Pumpkin Cake with a Brown Butter Glaze- Buns In My Oven
 
Nutella Swirled Pumpkin Bars- Buns In My Oven
Pumpkin Roll Bars- Jen's Favorite Cookies
Pumpkin Rice Pudding- Around My Family Table
Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal- Around My Family Table
Pumpkin Cream Cheese Turnovers- Jen's Favorite Cookies
Pumpkin Spice Latte Nutella Muffins- Texanerin
No-Bake White Chocolate Pumpkin Fudge-Texanerin
Whole Grain Pumpkin Cupcakes- Texanerin
Pumpkin Pie Cinnamon Rolls-DiethoodPumpkin Peanut Butter Cups- Diethood
 Chocolate Pumpkin Peanut Butter Cups Diethood Chocolate Pumpkin Peanut Butter Cups
Slow cooker Pumpkin Oatmeal- Peanut Butter and Peppers
Baked Pumpkin-Cranberry Oatmeal Pudding- Ricki Heller
Pumpkin Whoopie Pies with Bourbon Cream -Healthy Delicious
Pumpkin Raisin Bagels- Running to the Kitchen
Brown Sugar Pumpkin Blossoms- Girl in the Little Red Kitchen
Cream Cheese Pumpkin Bundt Cake- Food Babbles
Pumpkin Spice Monkey Bread- Bake Love Give
Mac and Cheese IN a Pumpkin- Farm Fresh Feasts
Pumpkin Sheet Cake with Vanilla Bean Cream Cheese Frosting- Southern Fairytale
No Bake Egg Free Pumpkin Cheesecake- Chocolate Moosey 
 No Bake Egg Free Pumpkin Cheesecake with Praline Sauce | www.chocolatemoosey.com
Pumpkin Spice Tres Leches Cake with Salted Caramel Buttercream- Food Babbles
Easy Pumpkin Cake with Butter Pecan Frosting- Mother Thyme
Pumpkin Risotto- Mother Thyme
Make-Ahead Pumpkin French Toast Casserole- Very Culinary
Pumpkin Pie Kahlua Smoothie-Very Culinary
Pumpkin Pie Spice Cake Doughnut Bites- Southern Fairytale
Pumpkin Cheesecake Brownies- Karen's Kitchen Stories 
No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake Caramel Cones- Wanna Be a Country Cleaver
Hazelnut Pumpkin Waffles with Cinnamon Honey Butter- Inside NanaBread's Head
Bourbon Apple Pumpkin Butter-Kitchen Ninja
 
Red Pepper Pumpkin Soup-Kitchen Ninja
Pumpkin Spiced Dinner Rolls- Savory Simple
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Granola Bars- The Lemon Bowl
Gluten Free Pumpkin Pancakes- The Lemon Bowl
Cream Cheese Pumpkin Bars- Julie's Eats & Treats
Cinnamon Swirl Zucchini Pumpkin Bread- Julie's Eats & Treats
Pumpkin Spiced M&M Brownies- Dinner Dishes & Dessert
Pumpkin Cheesecake Pillow Popovers- Willow Bird Baking
Pumpkin Cheesecake Ice Cream with a Salted Caramel Sauce- Foodie with Family
Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins- Big Bear's Wife
 
Cream Cheese Pumpkin Rollups- Dizzy Busy & Hungry
Pumpkin Scones with Spiced Glaze- Taste Love & Nourish
Gluten Free, Pecan Crusted, Salted, Spiced Caramel Pumpkin Pie- Cooking On The Weekends
Easy Pumpkin Pie Truffles-Back for Seconds
Pumpkin Caramel Latte Flan- Pastry Chef Online
Creamy Maple Bacon Pumpkin Risotto- Pineapple & Coconut
Gluten Free- Pumpkin Swirl Pecan Coffee Cake- Cupcakes & Kale Chips
Pumpkin Quinoa Bowl- Wonky Wonderful
Pumpkin Cheesecake Pie- Barefeet in The Kitchen
Pumpkin Pancakes- Nosh and Nourish 
Pumpkin Cheesecake Cake- Shugary Sweets 
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