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Can I tell you one of the best parts about pull-apart breads? There is no portion size! You can't tell if you've eaten one roll, two or 6. (Okay maybe that's the best and worst thing about them). They are addictive and you just. keep. pulling. at. them.  This one is so endearingly fall. Gooey and sweetly spicy and just what you need when three RCs come over to to cuddle in blankets on your couch.     Taken from Will Cook for Smiles. Click HERE. *Please note that I made my own swee...

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In Summer I adore fresh berries and a perfect use for them is in strawberry almond scones and blackberry scones. In Winter a white chocolate mocha scone can really hit the spot. It's indulgent, comfort food. In Spring a campfire scone can warm you up when there is still a chill in the air. But Fall just might be my favorite time of year for scones. I recommend oatmeal crunch scones with maple glaze, pumpkin pecan scones or maple pecan scones.  A new Fall favorite? These Apple Pie Scone...

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Sprinkles are an easy way to turn anything festive! Throw some on top of imperfect cupcakes and suddenly they are party worthy. Add them to ice cream and you've got the start of a sundae. Sprinkle them on your late night hot cocoa with whipped cream and you've got a real indulgence. And when you put them on top of a loaf cake, along with a light sprinkling of streusel, you have an easy birthday-worthy breakfast or party treat to share.     Taken from Well Floured. Click HERE for the re...

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I've made quite a number of pumpkin muffins in my life but after trying these out, they quickly replaced all others as the favorite!   They have it all: a strong, spicy flavor, a deliciously moist base, crumbly streusel perfection and a glaze.   The glaze is where it's at. Maple and pumpkin were just meant to be paired together into perfect autumn goodness.      Now I know it's a long time til Autumn but in case you are craving a bit of cold air, leaves under your feet o...

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When I used to work at a domestic violence agency, I was part of a coalition to stop violence in the neighborhood. We met monthly and more often than not the facilitator would have a box of bagels from Panera. The Cinnamon Crunch Bagel was always my go-to and sometimes I'd eat two just because they are so good!     Clearly I have no Panera close to me now so I decided to try my own hand at a good substitute.     I obviously need to work on my hole-making skills in the bagel w...

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Festivity. Even sitting in my shorts with my green, green grass outside this cake can make me feel just like Christmas. The gorgeous ruby Christmas color. The tangy cranberries we don't often eat fresh any other time of the year.    This coffee cake is about as simple as homemade can get with just five ingredients. And isn't that just what you want in the midst of the present wrapping, nightly events, frantic cookie decorating? So take a load off for a minute. Practice being present ov...

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Oatmeal raisin rolls. A sweet treat on a lazy day. Not overly indulgent. You can feel a bit better about these than a cinnamon roll. But still that belly-comfort feeling of soft, warm, fresh bread kneeded by your own hands and going into your mouth.       Taken from Averie Cooks. Recipe found HERE. Add new comment...

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    Dense and hearty. Filling for breakfast and made slighly healthier with the incorporation of Greek yogurt.       But mostly it's chocolate for breakfast. Chocolate and hazelnut that is. Packed in there.   Just a little soft and melty when served warm. Indulge.       Recipe taken from Wafoodie. Click HERE for the recipe link. Add new comment...

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If only this could show up fresh out of the oven in my kitchen EVERY morning. (Frankly it's totally easy to make so if I got a little more organized I could almost make that happen!)       My whole family goes a little batty over this bread. It's not so sweet that you can't eat it for Monday breakfast. Instead it's light, airy, a little bit tangy and oh so good toasted with a pat of butter and some strawberry jam.       English Muffin Toastable Bread recipe found on...

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