- Youâ€™ve probably seen pumpkin ales on store shelves this season. Cooking A La Mel used some of this seasonal brew to make a Pumpkin Ale Pumpkin Roll, putting a sophisticated twist on a classic fall dessert. The pumpkin cake is seasoned with cinnamon, ginger, cloves and nutmeg, along with pumpkin puree and a generous pour of pumpkin ale. After baking, it is rolled up with an ale-spiked cinnamon cream cheese frosting. Serve slices alongside chilled bottles of the ale that went into it.
- Chocolate chip cookies might just be the most versatile cookies, since you can easily play around with the basic ingredients to customize them to suit your mood. F & B Departmentâ€™s Brown Butter Mocha Chocolate Chunk Cookies are just one more example of how a few simple changes can transform a good recipe into a memorable one. Nutty browned butter gives these cookies a rich, deep flavor base on which the espresso and chocolate really come through. The cookies seem especially decadent and theyâ€™re not difficult to make, which means that you should definitely consider giving the recipe a try the next time you have a cookie craving.
- Not everyone likes candy corn, but those of us who do, tend to really love it. If you are a candy corn fan, than Culinary Concoctions by Peabodyâ€™s Candy Corn Fudge should be on your must-try list this season. The fudge is made with candy corn-flavored chocolate bars and delivers plenty of candy corn flavor in every single bite. This fudge will probably sound over-the-top to most non-candy corn lovers and it is – but it is in the best way possible. Don’t skimp on the candy corn garnish, so people will know what they’re about to bite in to!
- Iâ€™m going through Trader Joeâ€™s Pumpkin Pie Spice Cookie Butter almost as fast as I can buy it. The seasonal spread is one of the most delicious applications of pumpkin pie spice that Iâ€™ve seen this season. In addition to baking with it, you can also turn it into a Pumpkin Pie Spice Cookie Butter Latte, as I did over on Brewed Daily. The coffee drink has plenty of pumpkin flavor, but it is a bit less sweet than most of the pumpkin spice lattes that you’ll taste this season. It’s a fun way to bring some decadence to your morning cup of java.
PamelaOctober 7, 2015
The links are inaccessible in your B of B post
NicoleOctober 8, 2015
Thanks for letting me know! I think I fixed the problem.
Meagan @ The F&B DepartmentOctober 8, 2015
Thanks for the shoutout, Nicole!!!! Very much appreciated!!!