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Pumpkin roll cakes are a staple at many Thanksgiving celebrations. They are sponge cakes, leavened primarily with egg whites and held together with a little bit of flour. Bell’alimento baked a Gluten Free Pumpkin Roll, so no one will have to miss out on a delicious dessert because of dietary restrictions. The traditional cake is filled with cream cheese frosting, but this one is even ... Read More »

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It’s easy to make an apple crisp in an oven and there are lots of recipes out there to help you do it. But making one over a campfire? That calls for Honey & Jam‘s Apple Crisp Baked in a Dutch Oven. This recipe could be baked in the oven, but there is something appealing about the idea of slow cooking this delicious fruit dessert ... Read More »

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If you’re a bit tired of serving pumpkin pie in the fall and want another way to enjoy that lovely pumpkin flavor, you might try Sticky Gooey Creamy Chewy‘s Pumpkin Flan. This flan is a little denser and smoother than some other recipes, with a hint of cheesecake flavor to it thanks to the presence of cream cheese and cornstarch. Add in a little pumpkin ... Read More »

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and it is easy to get into the spirit by doing something pink to draw awareness to the issue. K√łkken69 made some delicious looking Raspberry White Chocolate Pops. Raspberry flavored white chocolate is poured into a mold and allowed to set up with a popsicle stick inside. You could eat them as they are, but these pops are meant ... Read More »

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The black and orange Chocolate Orange Layer Cake from Bakingdon has got to be one of the most beautiful Halloween desserts out there (though I admit I’m still partial to vampire cupcakes!). The cake is made of many thin layers of chocolate cake and orange cake, all sandwiched together with a chocolate filling. To finish it off, the cake is frosted with a bright orange ... Read More »

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Eating SF‘s Brown Sugar Cake looks very simple at first glance, but just because a cake doesn’t have a half dozen layers doesn’t mean it can’t pack in a lot of flavor. This cake is made with brown sugar and a mixture of all purpose, whole wheat and amaranth flours, which all come together to give the cake a bit of a nutty flavor in ... Read More »

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Cinnabon cinnamon rolls are popular for a reason. They’re sweet, soft and smothered in a cream cheese frosting that is likc-your-fingers good. When they’re fresh, like most things, they at their best and you can’t get any fresher than baking your own Cinnabon Knock-off Cinnamon Rolls, like Tartelette did, in your own kitchen. These rolls are perfect for a weekend breakfast or afternoon snack – ... Read More »

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There will always be a soft spot in my heart for Shirley Temples, which I got to drink at parties and things as a kid. It was the drink that made me fee grown up because, unlike anything else I drank, it came with a garnish and usually in a fancy glass. This combination of lemon lime soda and grenadine was put to good use ... Read More »

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