Bites from other Blogs

Bites from other Blogs

  • Pumpkin bread is now in season and I’m always on the lookout for delicious variations on the standard recipe. Flour and Fancy has a recipe for Brown Butter Honey Pumpkin Bread that sounds like it would be a great addition to any fall baking lineup. The loaf is sweetened with both honey and sugar, with the honey adding flavor as well as sweetness to the loaf. In addition to honey, there is a generous helping of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and cloves in the the bread, adding those warm fall spices that we know and love to each bite.
  • I’ve made plum pies before and know just how delicious they can be. They’re probably even better if you take a tip from Cate in the Kitchen and bake a Greengage Pie. Greengages are a type of plum that has an unusual green color and a syrupy sweet plum flavor. Some say that they’re the very best plums out there and they certainly make a nice pie. They’re difficult to find in grocery stores, so go ahead and check out your local farmer’s market to see if you can get your hands on a few pounds to enjoy.
  • Food Fanatic‘s Caramel Apple Oatmeal Cookies are the perfect treat for anyone who is a fan of caramel apples. The chewy oatmeal cookies are seasoned with apple pie spice and each one has a square of caramel tucked into the center that melts into a pool of buttery goodness while the cookie bakes. They’re full of fall flavor and easy to make, which makes these a good choice to fill up your cookie jar this month. If you want even more apple, go ahead and mix in some diced dried apple pieces, too!
  • The Maple Spice Pound Cake from Tutti Dolce is another recipe that is full of warm fall spices – but without an apple or pumpkin in sight. The easy-to-make quick bread is sweetened with a blend of sugar and dark maple syrup, then accented with cinnamon, allspice, ginger and nutmeg. The loaf, which is just as tasty for breakfast as it is for dessert, is finished with a thin layer of maple frosting that ensures you get plenty of rich maple sweetness in every bite.

2 comments

  1. Thank you for sharing my recipe among others today!

  2. Thank you so much for the mention! Great post.

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