Pumpkin is typically a fall flavor, but you can’t deny that it is delicious year-round.
I first tried this pie around 15 years ago, when my father’s friend (a chef) brought it to my parents house for dinner. It had the rich taste of pumpkin pie, balanced with the light airiness of mousse. Delicious.
When I asked him for the recipe, I was shocked over how simple it was to make. In under a half hour you have a perfect pie – full of flavor, great texture, and lovely to look at. I’ve been making it ever since.
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Desserts for breakfast is probably one of my favorite things about the holiday season. There is always some kind of cake, cookie, or pie left over from the celebrations – and don’t lie – when you wake up in the morning, you go for it. We all do. No shame here.
Who doesn’t love cake for breakfast?!
I almost exclusively make this recipe as a breakfast cake – even though it is by no means a healthy breakfast. However, it goes perfectly with a cup of coffee or tea and it is sure to make your morning infinitely more delicious.
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Fall is the ideal time for apple recipes.
With Thanksgiving being tomorrow, this recipe certainly comes in handy. From start to finish, this super-simple apple cake only takes around 35 minutes to prepare and tastes REALLY good.
It also makes a perfect day-after-Thanksgiving breakfast 😉
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Everyone knows that pork chops and applesauce are a winning combination, and an epic comfort food duo.
I don’t have applesauce right now, but I do have a bunch of fresh apples ready for eating. Apples are a perfect autumn ingredient, and for once I’m not using them to make a dessert – they are also wonderful in savory dishes. Baking apples with sugar and spices will soften the fruit and create a wonderful caramelized syrup that would go perfectly with seasoned pork.
After trying this out, I realized I was 100% right. This is DELICIOUS. We ate our pork with french fries, but this would be even better with roasted (or mashed) sweet potatoes, a green salad, and some warm crusty bread. YUM!
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