Good Morning and Happy Sunday! Here I am with another whoopie pie recipe. If you can’t decide if you’re more in the mood for a cookie or some cake, this is the dessert for you. This particular whoopie pie utilizes the classic pumpkin spices, but with a heavy hand of cinnamon.
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Good Morning and Happy Sunday! It’s already halfway through September and I am so so ready for fall, despite the current weather hanging onto summer with all its might. I’m the kind of person to make pumpkin foods year-round, so it’s nice when it’s seasonally appropriate. If you’re looking to dive into the leaves of fall, try out these pumpkin pasties. The crust is nice and flaky and the filling is rounded out well with a medley of spices. It’s all topped with a sugar and spice mixture to give it an extra crunch. I recommend listening to the Harry Potter soundtracks while making these. It ads a certain, dare I say, magic to the whole experience.
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Good Morning and Happy Sunday! Though the flavors happening this week aren’t necessarily summer appropriate, I thought they’d spice things up a bit. It was a fantastic excuse to make my apartment smell like cinnamon. Not only that, but you get a bit of nutmeg, ginger, and clove to round out the pumpkin spices. To balance out the spices, I decided to pair it with a sweet marshmallow creme frosting. If you are looking for some creme cheese frosting, might I point you to the one in the Pumpkin Cutout Cookie recipe I posted in the fall?
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Happy Sunday! It’s the most wonderful time of the year – Halloween! The leaves are crunchy, the cinnamon is abundant, and the air is cool and crisp. What more could you want? Every holiday can easily be adorned with your regular ol’ butter cutout cookies. However, I wanted to try something a little different and add a bit of fall into these cookies.
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Good morning! Here’s another family favorite from my Grandma Helen. I don’t have any memories of her baking it, but it was something my mom made for rainy days and Sundays – or any chilly day.
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