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Bites from other Blogs

Bites from other Blogs

  • I have no qualms about eating a slice of pie for breakfast, but these Pumpkin Pie Stuffed Cinnamon Rolls from Kylee Cooks offer a more breakfast-appropriate way to get in an extra serving of pie. The cinnamon rolls are stuffed with a spiced pumpkin pie filling and are guaranteed to fill your kitchen with the smells of the fall baking season. Top the rolls off with a generous drizzle of spiced cream cheese frosting before serving for maximum deliciousness.
  • Sweet ReciPeas’ Snickerdoodle Marble Bread offers a twist on one of the most classic cookies of all time, the snickerdoodle. The easy to make quickbread has a crunchy cinnamon-sugar topping on top of a dense, tender sour cream cake that is swirled with more cinnamon sugar. This is a great bread for everyday snacking, though you could dress it up with a scoop of ice cream for a dinner party dessert, too.
  • Another pumpkin recipe is found in the Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins at Martha’s Baking Addiction. These extra-moist muffins are made with both greek yogurt and pumpkin puree, as well as brown sugar and plenty of seasonal spices. Each one is stuffed with a cream cheese filling that adds a tangy contrast to the pumpkin cake and is topped with a cinnamon streusel. A must-try fall breakfast item.
  • Scones can come in all shapes, sizes and flavors, and it is always nice to have some bookmarked for days when you feel like trying a new flavor combination. The Chocolate Hazelnut Ricotta Scones with Nutella Glaze from Gringalicious are certainly a decadent option. These scones are studded with chopped dark chocolate and crunchy roasted hazelnuts. Ricotta cheese gives them a richness and a tender texture. Each one is drizzled with a nutella glaze, which ties in nicely with the chocolate and hazelnuts in the scones, before serving. If you want to save yourself a little time, the scones are tasty on their own and can simply be served with a side of Nutella for guests to spread on as they choose.
  • Recipe Throwback: Cheesecake brownies are always a favorite, combining two delicious desserts into one easy package. These Ricotta Cheesecake Brownies may be even better. The ricotta cheesecake has a milder flavor and lighter texture than traditional cheesecake, making a perfect contrast with a dark, fudgy brownie base.

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