Pumpkin Apple Bread

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When my home is filled with the heavenly scent of cinnamon, ginger and clove, I know that fall has truly arrived. These spices can certainly be used throughout the year, but there is something warming about pumpkin spices dancing through the air as a loaf of pumpkin bread bakes in the oven. There is no… 

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Easter Bunny Rolls

Easter Bunny Rolls

You got me. The only event necessary for this Easter-themed baked good is to show off my beautiful niece Lucy! I saw the idea on Pinterest, but none of the links associated with the picture had a recipe that coupled like the one from Taste of Home that I tried. Easter Bunny Rolls Ingredients: Adapted… 

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Cranberry Harvest Muffins

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What better way to start the Fall season than to enjoy a brisk morning walk with friends! As women, we are the core and foundation of our homes and lives. Staying motivated and inspired, is not only imperative…but a challenge at times. Although our days get shorter as we head into winter, our endless lists… 

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Hot Cross Buns

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Hot Cross Buns, which are made with lightly sweetened dough mixed with currants, ground cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg, are traditionally baked and served warm on Good Friday. They are given their signature cross in one of two ways: either by slashing a cross in the dough with a sharp knife before baking (the more traditional… 

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St. Patrick’s Day Ideas

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Sources left to right: Rainbow in a Jar (My Own Ideas), Fruit Kabobs (Bird’s Party Blog), Leprechaun Cookies (Babble), St. Patty’s Day Soda (Martha Stewart), Vintage Greeting (Unknown Source), Lucky Cupcakes (My Own Ideas) St. Patrick’s Day Treats: Lucky Cupcakes Black & White Cupcakes Clover Cookies Rainbow in a Jar Irish Recipes: Guinness Beer Bread… 

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English Muffins

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English Muffins have always been one of my favorite go-to breakfast items, but homemade English Muffins have recently won me over. The secret to their dense, buttery texture is that they’re cooked on a skillet or a griddle rather than in an oven like most biscuits and breads. This means that both sides get a… 

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