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- The Halloween Cobweb Cookies that Very Culinary baked up can double as a Halloween treat and a Halloween decoration. The cookies are made with a very thin batter than can be piped through a piping bag or squeeze bottle into fairly intricate designs – such as delicate cobwebs. It takes a little bit of practice to get the hang of piping the designs, but the results are well worth it because these crispy cookies will impress any trick-or-treater.
- Mangoes and Palm Trees used two fall favorites – apple and pumpkin – in one recipe with a batch of Pumpkin Apple Muffins. The muffins use a generous amount of pumpkin puree and are packed with bits of diced apple. Both ingredients contribute to a very moist muffin, and the apple adds a bit of extra texture and sweetness to the pumpkin. They’re topped off with just the right amount of cinnamon streusel before being put in the oven.
- Apple fans will find another bookmark-worthy dessert in Playin’ with my Food‘s Apple Spice Cake with Brown Sugar Frosting. The spicy cake is flavored with cinnamon and nutmeg and is loaded up with fresh apples. The apples are grated to ensure that they are evenly distributed throughout the cake and you get some in every bite. The cake is topped off with a light brown sugar buttercream. The finishing touch comes from a garnish of apple chips – easy to make dried apples slices that give the cake an elegant look.
- Confessions of a Cookbook Queen‘s Fluffernutter Bars look and sound delicious, and are sure to be a winner for any peanut butter fan. Fluffernutters are sandwiches made with peanut butter and marshmallow fluff, and these bars feature that same flavor combination. The base is a buttery peanut butter blondie that is packed with peanut butter chips and Reeses Pieces Candies. It is topped with a layer of marshmallow fluff that is swirled into the batter before baking, creating bars that are salty-sweet and just gooey enough to make you want seconds.
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