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Great Ideas — 20 More Pumpkin Ideas!

You can never get enough pumpkin projects and recipes! Here are... 20 Amazing Pumpkin Ideas from this week's Link Party Palooza! * * * * * Easy Peasy Mini Pumpkin Pies @ From Playdates to Parties Fall Pumpkin Scarecrow @ Giggles Galore Easy Pumpkin Spice Latte @ DIY Thrill Pumpkin Spice Granola @ Pink Fortitude LLC … [Read more...]

Zesty Grilled Chicken Greek Cobb Salad

Zesty Grilled Chicken Greek Cobb Salad   Zesty Grilled Chicken Greek Cobb Salad. I think I could eat salad every day of my life. It is so good. And especially this time of the year, as the weather is starting to get cooler. I want to get as much grilling in as I can before it gets too cold. A cobb salad is a pretty way to prepare a salad. You can be as creative as you want with … [Read more...]

Great Ideas — 16 Fall Baked Goodies!

The weather and atmosphere of fall are perfect for trying out new baking recipes--like the giant pumpkin dutch babies I made for my kids this morning! Here are... 16 Fall Baked Goodies from this week's Link Party Palooza! * * * * * Sausage and Apple Stuffed Acorn Squash @ Cherished Bliss Cinnamon Crumble Maple Cheesecake @ Quirky Inspired Pecan Caramel Slow Cooker @ Growing Up … [Read more...]

Giant Pumpkin German Pancake Dutch Babies

Giant Pumpkin German Pancake Dutch Babies. Delight your breakfast or brunch guests with a puffy, fragrant and pumpkiny Giant German Pancake, also known as Dutch Babies. Giant Pumpkin German Pancake Dutch Babies   Giant Pumpkin German Pancake. Have you heard of german pancakes? They can also be called Dutch Babies. And they are delicious either way. They have been a family favorite … [Read more...]

Apple Coconut Croissant Tart

Apple Coconut Croissant Tart Recipe. Are you looking for a quick and easy dessert to make for Fall? This Apple Coconut Croissant Tart is perfect for Autumn - the combination of apples and coconut flakes is a yummy contrast of flavors and textures. And my favorite part is how easy this is to make. Apple Coconut Croissant Tart Recipe      And if your family isn't crazy about … [Read more...]

Mom’s Texas Sheet Cake

Mom's Texas Sheet Cake Recipe -- it's fool-proof, easy to transport and feeds a crowd. My mom made all of her kids a recipe book a long time ago. She included all of our childhood favorites. It remains one of my most treasured possessions: I make recipes from it all the time. One of the all-time favorite recipes is Mom's Texas Sheetcake. This is a cake that is a real crowd-pleaser. You make … [Read more...]

Easy Peach Cinnamon Rolls with Lemon Glaze Topping

Easy Peach Cinnamon Rolls with Lemon Glaze Topping. I love making something super yummy for Sunday breakfasts. It's fun experimenting with the kids and trying out new ideas too!! Here is our latest easy brunch recipe - Peach Cinnamon Rolls. Peaches are on this time of year and there is something so amazing about biting into a juicy peach. This recipe combines that juicy peach taste along with … [Read more...]

Cake Mix Fresh Fruit Cobbler!

One of my favorite parts of Summer is the fresh fruits and vegetables. We've had a square foot garden and I love going out there and gathering fresh ingredients. I can't wait to build a new one at our new home this coming spring! So when I spied some beautiful peaches, nectarines and blueberries at the farmer's market I snapped them up. Cake Mix Fresh Fruit Cobbler!   Save Print … [Read more...]

Peach and Berry Cream Puff Pastry Tart

Peach and Berry Cream Puff Pastry Tart Recipe. I love Summer! One of the things I love most is fresh fruit. My kids love peaches and we are always looking for new peach recipes. Peach Berry Cream Puff Pastry Phyllo Tart. We also love puff pastry phyllo dough - it's so puffy and delicious! So we thought it would be fun to combine the two things we love. … [Read more...]

Peanut Butter Cookie S’mores

Hey Tatertots and Jello friends! I’m Kelsey from Poofy Cheeks and I am back sharing another recipe today. I am sharing a twist on one of my favorite summer treats – the S’more. I grew up in rural Illinois and every summer we had campfires which were always accompanied by s’mores. Since moving to Florida nearly eight years ago I quickly learned that there is a small window of opportunity to have … [Read more...]