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Homemade Plain Scones Recipe
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Homemade Baked Sugar Donuts
3
Classic Vanilla Pretzel Milkshake
4
Quinoa Kale Stuffed Peppers
5
Chocolate Birthday Cake Black Bean Brownies
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Banana Bread Chocolate Frosting Muffins
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Kale Potato Bread Stuffing
8
Blueberry English Muffins
9
Christmas Cream Cheese Sugar Cookies
10
Easy Slow Cooker Cabbage Roll Casserole
11
Cinnamon Sugar Pistachios
12
Slow Cooker Broccoli Potato Cheese Soup
13
My Favorite Thanksgiving Side Dishes
14
Easy Shrimp, Tomato & Corn Salad – 15 Minute Meal!
15
Japanese Curry – Karei Raisu
16
Gingerbread Cookies With Powdered Sugar
17
Mini Coffee Cake Muffins
18
My Favorite Pumpkin Recipes
19
Lime Sugar Snap Pea Lentils
20
How To Make Rainbow Popcorn Balls!

Homemade Plain Scones Recipe

Finally – a simple, delicious homemade scones recipe!   This is a one bowl recipe that creates crumbly soft scones – just like at a tea house.  The secret to this recipe is sour cream!  Serve with clotted cream, jam and tea.

Scones have been on my “must conquer” recipe list for quite some time.  Making the perfect scone is hard and I usually was left with something that was dense and cake-like and not crumbly and light, how scones should be.  But no more – scones, I’ve come and conquered you.   I’m in love with this recipe so much that I worry I’m going to be making these at least twice a week because they’ve become our new favorite afternoon snack (I always have one with my daily tea!).   Make sure to serve them warm with clotted cream and jam.  If you want to add fruit to them, you can totally can, just read my FAQ below for help.  Enjoy!

Finally - a simple, delicious homemade scones recipe! This is a one bowl recipe that creates crumbly soft scones - just like at a tea house. The secret to this recipe is sour cream! Serve with clotted cream, jam and tea.

FAQ for this recipe:

Do I need a food processor for this?
In theory, no, but it makes the scones much easier to make and gives them their signature crumbly scone texture.  If you don’t have a food processor you can mix by hand but just make sure you really get that butter to a crumbly coarse texture. To do this you might want to try grating the butter separately to get it crumbly.  In general I think a food processor is a kitchen must have and once you have one you will quickly be using it a few times a week and wonder how you lived without it.

Does my butter need to be chilled?
Yes, the butter should be chilled or frozen.  Using room temperature butter will not result in crumbly scones.

Can I add berries/raisins/chocolate chips to these?
Absolutely.  After making the dough add 1/2 cups of preferred add-in (I love raspberries) and stir them to combine with a wooden spoon. DO NOT PULSE FOOD PROCESSOR WITH ADD-INS!

Do I have to use sour cream?
Yes!  Sour cream is going to make them extra soft.    If you’re worried about them having a sour cream taste don’t worry – they don’t (and this comes from a girl who doesn’t like sour cream!).

How many servings does this recipe make?
I like to cut my dough into 8 big scones, but you could easily cut it into 16 smaller scones.

What is clotted cream? You recommend serving with it.
Clotted cream is life changing and whenever possible your scones should be enjoyed with it. It’s a rich, cream spread – kinda similar to butter but thicker and more sweet.  It’s kinda a butter/ice cream mixture if that makes sense at all.  Clotted cream is made by slowly cooking heavy cream for many hours until it thickens up.   You can google recipes on how to make it if you’d like.  It’s easy to make but takes lot of time and needs quite a bit of heavy cream.  You could also just buy it like I do.

Can I put icing on top of the scones?
You sure can but I’d recommend using a light icing if you do.   In my opinion clotted cream and jam are so much better on scones than icing.

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Homemade Baked Sugar Donuts

Homemade Baked Sugar Donuts recipe that is easy to make and ready in 15 minutes.  These simple and extra soft donuts taste just like sugar donuts from your favorite bakery! 

We live in a world filled with exciting donut flavors and combinations. Remember the half donut/half croissant craze?  Have you checked out the exotic flavors that bakeries are offering for donuts?  There’s  Blood Orange, Cafe Au Lait,  Hibiscus, Passion Fruit, Horchata, Matcha and more.   Maybe I’m not foodie adventurous but I love simple donuts.  Sugar, Glazed, Chocolate  donuts – now you’re talking my language.  Because I was craving donuts I came up with this simple Homemade Baked Sugar Donuts recipe that I think you’ll love! 

Homemade Baked Sugar Donuts recipe that is easy to make and ready in 15 minutes. These simple and extra soft donuts taste just like sugar donuts from your favorite bakery!

These donuts are delicious and extra soft! They are made with buttermilk so you know they are going to be moist and soft!  Throw your donut pan in the oven for 15 minutes, let cool for a few minutes and then shake the donuts in a bag of sugar and your Homemade Baked Sugar Donuts are ready to be eaten and enjoyed!

Hope you like them as I do (and I really really like them!)!

Homemade Baked Sugar Donuts recipe that is easy to make and ready in 15 minutes. These simple and extra soft donuts taste just like sugar donuts from your favorite bakery!

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Classic Vanilla Pretzel Milkshake

This classic tasting Vanilla Pretzel Milkshake recipe is delicious and only requires 4 ingredients!  It’s the perfect combo of sweet and salty!

I know it’s Winter and cold out but I can’t help it, I’m craving vanilla milkshakes!  A few days ago I woke up and couldn’t get milkshakes out of my mind.  So I rushed to the store, mumbling something to my husband about “going to the grocery store, need mikshakes now” as I slipped out the front door.   Quickly I was back home, pulling the blender out of the cabinet to make a homemade milkshake.    To go the extra milkshake mile I wanted to make it really special.  Answer? Pretzels! I love the combo of ice cream (sweet!) and pretzels (salty!). If you’ve never dipped pretzels in ice cream before you’re missing out.    With just 4 ingredients (ice cream, milk, vanilla and pretzels) I had a Classic Vanilla Pretzel Milkshake quickly in my hands to enjoy!

This classic tasting Vanilla Pretzel Milkshake recipe is delicious and only requires 4 ingredients! It's the perfect combo of sweet and salty!

This recipe is pretty much as easy as it gets. Throw everything in the blender and blend. Then pour the milkshake in a cup, grab a straw and a spoon and enjoy!  I always recommend adding some extra broken up pretzels on top and to stir around.   I love when you get a bite of a pretzel in the milkshake!  Delicious!

This classic tasting Vanilla Pretzel Milkshake recipe is delicious and only requires 4 ingredients! It's the perfect combo of sweet and salty!

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Quinoa Kale Stuffed Peppers

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Delicious Stuffed Green Peppers recipe that is smothered in cheese and stuffed with Quinoa and Kale inside.   Enjoy this comforting healthy meal for dinner soon!

I’m a stuffed peppers fanatic. I love them.  It all started in the kitchen as a kid when my Mom made a mean dish filled with green peppers.  I still love green peppers but I love making them a little more garden friendly so for this recipe I added quinoa and kale inside instead of the usual ground beef.  Trust me, you are going to love these.  They are everything a stuffed green pepper should be, including being smothered in tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese on top!
Delicious Stuffed Green Peppers recipe that is smothered in cheese and stuffed with Quinoa and Kale inside. Enjoy this comforting healthy meal for dinner soon!

To make the recipe easy to follow, check out the video I made.  Are you hungry yet for these Quinoa Kale Stuffed Peppers?

The mixture inside is quinoa cooked in chicken broth (so delicious – I could just eat this as is!), fresh kale and a cup of tomato sauce.  Once everything  is mixed then start filling each pepper.
Delicious Stuffed Green Peppers recipe that is smothered in cheese and stuffed with Quinoa and Kale inside. Enjoy this comforting healthy meal for dinner soon!

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Chocolate Birthday Cake Black Bean Brownies

Cake textured Rainbow Sprinkled Chocolate Brownies made with Black Beans and Applesauce!   These Chocolate Birthday Cake Black Bean Brownies are going to change your life!  

Right now I’m bean obsessed.  We’ve been cooking our dry black beans we grew in the garden during the Summer on cold nights and it’s been such a treat to enjoy those grown with love beans during the Winter.  I’ll be sharing a “How to Grow Black Beans” DIY soon because they’re so easy to grow and for me they’re one of the proudest garden accomplishments! I mean seriously how cool is it to grow your own beans?  So cool!  What else is cool? Using black beans to make chocolate brownies!  Did I mention that they’re extra delicious too?

Cake textured Rainbow Sprinkled Chocolate Brownies made with Black Beans and Applesauce! These Chocolate Birthday Cake Black Bean Brownies are going to change your life!

You might associate black beans with tacos, salsas and salads pretty easily, but hopefully I’m able to persuade you to try baking with them because they make delicious desserts too.  In the past I’ve baked with black beans, kidney beans, red beans and have had yummy results so I wanted to use our black beans in a new super chocolaty brownie recipe.  This recipe calls for 1 15 oz can of black beans which you’ll add with the rest of your ingredients into a blender and pulse until smooth.  Because I wanted to use my homegrown dry beans, I did a overnight soak of my beans and then cooked them to get my 15 oz can worth. It’s a little extra work with dry beans, but it’s worth it if you want to give it a try.  If not, it’s totally ok, just make it easier for yourself by using canned beans! 

Here’s my garden beans, dry and cooked.
Cake textured Rainbow Sprinkled Chocolate Brownies made with Black Beans and Applesauce! These Chocolate Birthday Cake Black Bean Brownies are going to change your life! Read More

Banana Bread Chocolate Frosting Muffins

Delicious Banana Bread Muffins that are topped with Chocolate Frosting!  These are made with 3 whole bananas and taste just like baked banana bread!

Do you love banana bread? I hope your answer is “Yes!” because I have a real treat for you.  I love banana bread myself.  I will admit as a kid I had too many pieces of convenience store banana bread topped with cream cheese.  Obviously nothing beats homemade banana bread, especially the smell that comes out of the oven when it’s done baking.  Can you close your eyes and just imagine that smell?  Hope you’re getting hungry!
Delicious Banana Bread Muffins that are topped with Chocolate Frosting! These are made with 3 whole bananas and taste just like baked banana bread!

 These banana muffins taste just (and smell just like!) baked banana bread.  To make them even sweeter, I topped them with a rich chocolate frosting.  Banana and chocolate are a great combo (like this ice cream) but it even tastes better in muffin form!   

Delicious Banana Bread Muffins that are topped with Chocolate Frosting! These are made with 3 whole bananas and taste just like baked banana bread!

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Kale Potato Bread Stuffing

This Kale Potato Bread Stuffing is a comforting side dish that goes perfect with a chicken, pork chop or steak dinner.  You’ll love how the top is slightly crispy too! 

I love stuffing.  I’ve shared my Amish Potato Stuffing and Cheesy Broccoli Stuffing Casserole before but wanted to share with you my current favorite side dish, Kale Potato Bread Stuffing!   This recipe uses my Amish Potato Stuffing as a base but I threw in kale to add some greens.  Since the dish has a whopping 4 cups of kale in it, you don’t even need to make a extra vegetable to serve at dinner. 

This Kale Potato Bread Stuffing is a comforting side dish that goes perfect with a chicken, pork chop or steak dinner. You'll love how the top is slightly crispy too!

This is the perfect side dish to a chicken, pork chop or steak dinner.  It’s also a great dish to serve for large potluck parties (think of the upcoming Big Game!) as a small serving of it goes a long way in hunger and taste.  
This Kale Potato Bread Stuffing is a comforting side dish that goes perfect with a chicken, pork chop or steak dinner. You'll love how the top is slightly crispy too!

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Blueberry English Muffins

You’re going to love this delicious Blueberry English Muffins recipe!  These are even better than the store bought muffins because they’re homemade! If you’ve never made homemade English Muffins before don’t worry – they’re easy to make!

I’m starting 2017 with a bang – homemade Blueberry English Muffins!  These have been on my “must make list” for quite some time since every morning I start my day off with one.   I decided I was sick of buying the store bought version (plus they’re sometimes hard to track down) so I wanted to start making my own.  Surprisingly these homemade English Muffins are easy to make and don’t require that much time waiting for the dough to rise.    Once you’ve made your own batch of these I bet you’ll never buy them again!  Hope you all enjoy… and Happy New Year!

You're going to love this delicious Blueberry English Muffins recipe! These are even better than the store bought muffins because they're homemade! If you've never made homemade English Muffins before don't worry - they're easy to make!

You're going to love this delicious Blueberry English Muffins recipe! These are even better than the store bought muffins because they're homemade! If you've never made homemade English Muffins before don't worry - they're easy to make!

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Christmas Cream Cheese Sugar Cookies

These Christmas Sugar Cookies are so soft because they are made with cream cheese!  Dip each cookie into vanilla glaze and then top with festive sprinkles!  Recipe makes 48 cookies.

I should have made more of these cookies because after taking some to work and keeping some at home, they were all gone pretty quick!  This is a classic sugar cookie recipe, but we’re updating it by adding cream cheese which is going to make the cookies even more soft and delicious.   Because I love taking cookies to the next step, I mixed some powdered sugar and milk together to make a light vanilla glaze frosting to dip each cookie in. Finally, add holiday colored sprinkles or chopped up candy canes on top of each cookie and they’re ready to go!   If you’re sharing these with others, make sure to keep a few for yourself because they won’t last!

These Christmas Sugar Cookies are so soft because they are made with cream cheese! Dip each cookie into vanilla glaze and then top with festive sprinkles! Recipe makes 48 cookies.

This will be my final post for the week, so I want to wish you and your family a happy holiday.  I hope you get some time to relax, drink some hot chocolate, listen to the Original Chipmunks Christmas album and eat these cookies!  See you guys next week!

These Christmas Sugar Cookies are so soft because they are made with cream cheese! Dip each cookie into vanilla glaze and then top with festive sprinkles! Recipe makes 48 cookies.

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Easy Slow Cooker Cabbage Roll Casserole

Easy to make and extra delicious Cabbage Roll Casserole made in 3 hours in the Slow Cooker!  These are also called Halupkie!

Halupkie (aka Cabbage Rolls) were a big deal in my house.  My Mother is Polish, so the recipe was passed down from generation to generation and ended up being one of my favorite meals she would make. She would add ground beef, rice and tomato sauce into a big piece of cabbage, roll it up, throw it in the fridge overnight to sit and then we would have them for Sunday dinner.  Just the smell of cabbage takes me back to my childhood!

Easy to make and extra delicious Cabbage Roll Casserole made in 3 hours in the Slow Cooker! These are also called Halupkie!

This Cabbage Roll Casserole is a direct spin off my Mother’s recipe, but we’re making this in casserole form in the slow cooker.   Honestly, cabbage rolls once cut open aren’t the most pretty food, so just think of this as a big bowl of comfort food and see past the non-perfect visuals.  A nice warm bowl of cabbage roll casserole is the perfect dinner for a cold Winter night.  Even better is that this recipe only takes 3 hours in the slow cooker – so it’ll be ready before you know it!

Easy to make and extra delicious Cabbage Roll Casserole made in 3 hours in the Slow Cooker! These are also called Halupkie!

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Cinnamon Sugar Pistachios

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Easy to make Cinnamon Sugar Pistachios is a delicious snack recipe!  These are perfect for snacking on year round, especially for the holidays!

Pistachios are something of a necessity for the holidays in our house.  As a kid Santa would always leave me a bag of red pistachios in my stocking that I would eat right up with my pistachio red stained fingers.   As a adult I still get pistachios at Christmas time, but now I like adding some cinnamon sugar spice to them.  There is something about the smell of cinnamon that really gets me in the holiday spirit and has me humming Christmas songs.  These Cinnamon Sugar pistachios are perfect for family or solo snacking, but they’re also perfect for having a dish filled when friends and family stop by over for the holidays.   They’re great for a holiday present if you want to mix up the usual tins of cookies that you make.  Trust me, everyone will love these sweet pistachios!

Easy to make Cinnamon Sugar Pistachios is a delicious snack recipe! These are perfect for snacking on year round, especially for the holidays!

The scent of cinnamon takes me back to baking cookies with my Mom as a kid.  Every December we’d set a weekend aside to roll out cookie dough on the kitchen table.   A fun fact is that the rolling pin that we used to bake cookies with as a little girl now resides in my own kitchen.  Whenever I take the rolling pin out of the cabinet I immediately think of cookies!  We won’t be rolling out any dough for this recipe, but we will be using cinnamon to spice the pistachios.

Easy to make Cinnamon Sugar Pistachios is a delicious snack recipe! These are perfect for snacking on year round, especially for the holidays!

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Slow Cooker Broccoli Potato Cheese Soup

Make this Broccoli and Potato Cheese Soup for a comfort food dinner on a cold Winter night.  The soup is cooked on high in a slow cooker for 4 hours.  This soup is both delicious and easy to make! 

The end of November brought cold weather and rainy days.  Because of the added layers to stay warm and the drizzle of rain it also brought a laziness to the dinner table.  I’ve been stuck in a dinner rut the last few weeks making easy and quick meals.  It usually gets to dinner time and we’re both too tired to really think of anything new so it’s something simple.    I am craving comfort food right now.  Hearty, creamy and cheesy is what I want.   To make a comforting Winter meal that is still simple and quick, I brought out my slow cooker and this Broccoli and Potato Cheese Soup was born.

Make this Broccoli and Potato Cheese Soup for a comfort food dinner on a cold Winter night. The soup is cooked on high in a slow cooker for 4 hours. This soup is both delicious and easy to make!

This soup pretty much is the definition of comfort food.  It’s potatoes and onions slow cooked in broth.  Then we’re going to add the broccoli.  Add in some cheddar cheese, stir it around and we have a extra creamy soup that is the perfect dish to serve on a cold night.    With most soups, I always suggest adding some crusty bread, or a leftover Thanksgiving dinner roll so you can dip it in the soup. 

Make this Broccoli and Potato Cheese Soup for a comfort food dinner on a cold Winter night. The soup is cooked on high in a slow cooker for 4 hours. This soup is both delicious and easy to make!

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My Favorite Thanksgiving Side Dishes

The best Thanksgiving Side Dish recipes are here! From potato stuffing, to vegetables, to cheesy casseroles, to rolls – find your entire menu here!

Are you ready for Thanksgiving? Are you ready for the holiday season?  To help make things easier for you wanted I wanted to share some of my favorite Thanksgiving side dishes.  From stuffing to potatoes to vegetables to rolls, I have it covered for you!  Make sure to check your pantry, and if you don’t have all the ingredients, add them to your grocery list… Thanksgiving is only a few days away!

Amish Potato Stuffing is a delicious potato stuffing recipe,  just like the Amish make it in Pennsylvania Dutch country.  This has been one of my most popular recipes over the last few weeks.  We love it so much I’ll be making it for 2 Thanksgiving feasts this week!
The best Thanksgiving Side Dish recipes are here! From potato stuffing, to vegetables, to cheesy casseroles, to rolls - find your entire menu here!

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Easy Shrimp, Tomato & Corn Salad – 15 Minute Meal!

Easy to make Shrimp, Tomato & Corn Salad that is ready in 15 minutes.  This is perfect to serve for dinner over pasta, as a appetizer or a light lunch.

This is my current go to lunch as well as go to appetizer for dinner parties if I don’t have time to bake some homemade bread.   I love this dish because it’s easy to make, filled with healthy vegetables and is delicious.  If I’m expecting a solo dinner, I can quarter this recipe and serve over some fettuccine noodles and it tastes like a gourmet meal.  I love the taste of lime and cilantro to garnish a dish, but if lime isn’t your thing you could substitute lemon juice instead.   You could also turn this into a full salad and throw it on top of some crunchy arugula – another one of my favorite lunches!  See, isn’t this salad awesome because it’s so flexible?  Hope you enjoy!
Easy to make Shrimp, Tomato & Corn Salad that is ready in 15 minutes. This is perfect to serve for dinner over pasta, as a appetizer or a light lunch.

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Japanese Curry – Karei Raisu

Delicious homemade Japanese Curry using beef, onions, potatoes, carrots and curry sauce mix.

I love Curry.  And I’m not talking about Steph Curry because you guys know I’m a Cavs fan.  I’m talking about curry, the delicious dish that can be found in multiple varieties around the world.   In Morimoto’s cookbook Mastering the Art of Japanese Cooking he writes “Japanese curry is like the final whisper in an international game of telephone.  It began in India, moved to and morphed in England, and settled in my home country ….every prefecture and every family has its own version”.

Delicious homemade Japanese Curry (Karei Raisu) using beef, onions, potatoes, carrots and curry sauce mix.

Right now I’m really into Morimoto’s cookbook to get better at Japanese cooking. The book has everything in it from this delicious curry (who my husband rated as “one of the best things you ever  made”) to udon noodle soups, shrimp dumplings, rice bowls, tempura and so much more.   For a holiday gift I’d definitely add Mastering The Art of Japanese Home Cooking to your wishlist.  You can also find more recipes at the #JapaneseHomeCooking book blog party if you make this, fall in love and want to try more! 
Delicious homemade Japanese Curry (Karei Raisu) using beef, onions, potatoes, carrots and curry sauce mix.

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Gingerbread Cookies With Powdered Sugar


Gingerbread Cookies with Powdered Sugar sprinkled on top are one of my  favorite holiday cookies.  Unlike most gingerbread cookie recipes this one doesn’t require you to chill the dough.    Recipe makes 2 dozen cookies.

This week has been rough so I baked you some cookies.  Not just any cookies, these are one of my favorite holiday treats, Gingerbread Cookies with Powdered Sugar sprinkled on top.   They have a gingerbread taste that everyone will love, especially around the holidays.  Since I’m terrible at decorating gingerbread men with icing instead I went the easy route of sprinkling powdered sugar which makes a pretty cookie. 

Gingerbread Cookies with Powdered Sugar sprinkled on top are one of my favorite holiday cookies. Unlike most gingerbread cookie recipes this one doesn't require you to chill the dough. Recipe makes 2 dozen cookies.

You can make these cookies crunchy or chewy depending on bake time.  I personally prefer a soft chewy cookie, especially when slightly dipped in a cup of milky tea.  Yum!  
Gingerbread Cookies with Powdered Sugar sprinkled on top are one of my favorite holiday cookies. Unlike most gingerbread cookie recipes this one doesn't require you to chill the dough. Recipe makes 2 dozen cookies.

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Mini Coffee Cake Muffins

Recipe for Mini Coffee Cake Muffins – these taste just like Coffee Cake but in muffin form.  You’ll love the delicious cinnamon sugar crumble on top too!   Recipe makes 16 mini muffins. 

These Mini Muffins are delicious. D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S!   As a kid one of my favorite desserts was coffee cake – breakfast, dessert, holidays – it didn’t matter, when I saw it I was always going to have a piece!  I was recently craving a piece of coffee cake but wasn’t in the mood to make a entire cake. I really love mini muffins because since they are small it means I can eat 1 (or 2) without guilt.   For these Mini Coffee Cake Muffins, they taste just like traditional Coffee Cake with the moist cake and the cinnamon sugar crumble on top.   

Recipe for Mini Coffee Cake Muffins - these taste just like Coffee Cake but in muffin form. You'll love the delicious cinnamon sugar crumble on top too! Recipe makes 16 mini muffins.

If you love mini muffins make sure to check out my banana muffins and blueberry muffins too!  Enjoy!

Recipe for Mini Coffee Cake Muffins - these taste just like Coffee Cake but in muffin form. You'll love the delicious cinnamon sugar crumble on top too! Recipe makes 16 mini muffins.

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My Favorite Pumpkin Recipes

This is a great collection of pumpkin recipes – from savory macaroni and cheese to sweet whoopie pies.   Enjoy these pumpkin recipes during Fall season – the best time of the year!

I usually don’t do round up or collection posts but noticing that it’s the end of October and my life revolves around pumpkins, I wanted to put together a quick post of my favorite pumpkin recipes for you to enjoy this Halloween weekend!  I hope you have a great holiday weekend.  If you make any of my recipes let me know in the comments or share a picture on Instagram and tag it #brooklynfarmgirl.

Extra soft Pumpkin Sourdough Dinner Rolls.   These rolls have a subtle pumpkin flavor and make the perfect roll for Fall dinners and holidays.
This is a great collection of pumpkin recipes - from savory macaroni and cheese to sweet whoopie pies. Enjoy these pumpkin recipes during Fall season - the best time of the year!

Looking for a easy pumpkin recipe? This is it!  These Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies are made with just 5 ingredients!   Add chocolate chips on top of the cookies to take it to the next level of yum!  Recipe is Sugar Free, using maple syrup instead.
This is a great collection of pumpkin recipes - from savory macaroni and cheese to sweet whoopie pies. Enjoy these pumpkin recipes during Fall season - the best time of the year!

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Lime Sugar Snap Pea Lentils

Lime Lentils with Sugar Snap Peas is a delicious healthy side dish made in less than 30 minutes.  These make a fantastic dish to serve with chicken or to have on the holiday dinner table.  Recipe uses 2 cups dry lentils and 1 1/2 cups fresh sugar snap peas.  

I first made these Lime Lentils during the Summer when we were in peak Sugar Snap Pea season.  I loved how easy they were to make.  I loved how economical the dish was (dry lentils are cheap!).  I loved how fresh the dish tasted due to the crunch of the peas.   A few months later it’s still one of our favorite side dishes.

Lime Lentils with Sugar Snap Peas is a delicious healthy side dish made in less than 30 minutes. These make a fantastic dish to serve with chicken or to have on the holiday dinner table. Recipe uses 2 cups dry lentils and 1 1/2 cups fresh sugar snap peas.

You’ll  need 1 1/2 cups sugar snap peas. The fresher the better.  These were just picked from the garden.
Lime Lentils with Sugar Snap Peas is a delicious healthy side dish made in less than 30 minutes. These make a fantastic dish to serve with chicken or to have on the holiday dinner table. Recipe uses 2 cups dry lentils and 1 1/2 cups fresh sugar snap peas.

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How To Make Rainbow Popcorn Balls!

Follow these easy step by step instructions to make delicious Rainbow Popcorn Balls!  They are fun to make for birthday parties, sleepovers, camping trips and dessert!

Do you remember my Inside Out party I threw a few months ago? One of my food centerpieces were these Rainbow Popcorn Balls!  There’s something about bright rainbow colors that makes me happy!  For example I had to turn our pumpkins into a rainbow earlier this week.  It’s like sprinkles, everything is better with rainbow sprinkles! 

Follow these easy step by step instructions to make delicious Rainbow Popcorn Balls! They are fun to make for birthday parties, sleepovers, camping trips and dessert!

One taste of these Rainbow Popcorn Balls will have you amazed by how delicious they are, but yet how easy they are to make!   

Follow these easy step by step instructions to make delicious Rainbow Popcorn Balls!  They are fun to make for birthday parties, sleepovers, camping trips and dessert!

 

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