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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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I recently did five days with NO SUGAR. You guys ... that was hard! I love a good treat at the end of the day and I love a fun breakfast to start the day. But recently it's been sugar overload with parties and more parties and lots of time to bake. I needed those five days to de-sugar my body. But the night before my sugar-free stretch ended I was already thinking about how to reward myself the next morning. And these blackberry scones were the perfect way to to do it. The right amount of flaky,...

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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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These aren't hit-you-in-the-face pumpkin. But they are light, airy, fluffy, creamy and fulfilling. Long pillows of fall-spiced flavor to start off a beautiful, lazy Saturday.     Recipe from Simplistically Living. Click HERE for recipe. Add new comment...

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Nothing says Fall like a warm, pumpkin coffee cake. Eat it for breakfast, dessert or as an afternoon snack. It's warm and cozy. The perfect classic.   This version has a bit of oats mixed into the streusel topping. Delicious.       Link to recipe HERE. Add new comment...

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I love a good coffee cake in the morning. Or sometimes at 10 at night. Because coffee cake is pretty satisfying then too.   This one would be perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas morning. Or any morning when you have a few extra minutes and the leaves outside are crunchy brown and orange.       Recipe from Bake or Break. Click HERE for the recipe. I recommend using more chopped pecans than what the recipe calls for. Mine is a bit sparse and I measured what the recipe said. A...

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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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We have raspberry jelly in our home, which is a rare treat! I just had to use some of it to try out these biscuits. Flaky and buttery, with that dynamic combination of rapsberry and chocolate with the tanginess of the cream cheese.  Who wouldn't want to start their morning with one (or three) of these!      Taken from Taste and Tell Blog. Recipe found HERE. *I left off the chocolate drizzle because they started to feel too much like dessert with that extra chocolate. Add new ...

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