Dear Katherine, I’ve been thinking a lot about pumpkins and I wanted to do something festive, but easy for this one. I have a ton of pumpkins and with the variety of pumpkins I have, the cooking times vary and are dependent on size – basically, how large your pumpkin is – but the one I used…
Wishing to make a homemade pumpkin puree? Or just want to taste how good a sugar pumpkin is right out of the oven, seeds and all? Here are the guidelines for you because it was so tasty I ate the main ingredient before transforming it into something worthy of this national (unofficial) pumpkin spice month.
Bite sized pumpkin spice cake pops smothered in chocolate is the easiest handy Halloween goodie you can create for yourself, friends and guests.
This breakfast dish is a mouthful to say: “Pumpkin Maple Bacon Rose Cheese Puff Pastry” but it’s definitely easier to make than to say. If you’re daunted by the name or the thought of baking, don’t be. This is not only super simple, it’s truly a delightful treat to make and eat. Don’t believe me? Try it out for yourself.
This cake recipe features Fall’s favorite flavor: pumpkin. It is a cake that is slow cooked in a dutch oven at a lower baking heat to keep it moist and thick and full of pumpkin spice and everything nice. You’ll definitely be licking the batter off the spoon.
This is a 100% original recipe, homemade, from scratch and 100% delicious too. It’s got everything I love in it – from chocolate to pumpkin – and I’m sharing it with you because I want you to try it yourself and discover the joys of baking.