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Here’s how to dry apple slices and orange slices for use in swags, wreaths and fragrant potpourri.
Dried fruit slices and peels are a great way to give your home a country prim look. They are fragrant and can be added to potpourri blends, fixings blends, wreaths or swags. They also make pretty and fragrant gift package decorations. When they are placed around candles, especially bakery candles, they give a nice country prim look.
The picture shown at right is an orange fixings blend. It combines dried orange slices and orange peels with fragrant spices like cinnamon sticks, allspice, and cloves. The look and smell is very seasonal and makes a great addition to country prim home decor.
The easiest way to dry fruit slices is to use a dehydrator
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Our Pumpkin Spice Cookies with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting is an old family recipe that only gets better with age (and they taste just like pumpkin pie!)
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Hi everyone! I hope you are well and enjoying the last day of September 2019!
Look at the article I just posted by Trish of Mom on Timeout!! It looks sooo good, so be sure to check out her website AND have a look at her videos!
Enjoy! Happy Fall ya’ll!
The BEST recipe for Homemade Pumpkin Pie Spice that you’ll be using all season long! A perfect blend of spices that adds delicious flavor to pies, cakes, cookies, breads, muffins and so much more! Ready to go in just minutes! Try this easy pumpkin pie spice recipe in my Pumpkin Cheesecake Trifle and Cinnamon Sugar Pumpkin Muffins – delish!
Pumpkin Pie Spice
As fall baking season approaches, I’ve been busy in my kitchen working on a plethora of apple and pumpkin recipes for the upcoming baking season, and, if I’m being perfectly honest, enjoying every little bit of the fruits of my labor 🙂
It occurred to me a few weeks back that although I’ve provided you with
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Happy Fall, Ya’ll! These drinkies by Kirsten Nunez really look delicious. After you try them, let me know what you think!
Enjoy this day. Blessed Be.
Now that it is officially fall, it is time to start curling up with hot autumn drinks, blankets, and a good book. There is something so comforting about warm seasonal drinks, after all. And if you are anything like me, you love learning how to whip them up in the comfort of your own home.
One might argue that it is easier to buy ready-made beverages from stores or cafes. I mean, America is known for having a Starbucks or McDonald’s around every corner. It is not difficult to find a pumpkin spice latte when the craving hits. Yet, making your own drinks at home is so rewarding. You can customize the flavors and control the level of sweetness. To top it off, you can alter the recipe to fit a special diet. For example, coconut or soy milk can be used to create a vegan pumpkin spice latte. Yum.
Luckily, you do not have to be Rachael Ray or Martha Stewart to successfully make your own fancy fall drinks. And you definitely do not need to be a barista. All it takes is practice, patience, and a little guidance. To get started, check out this diverse list of 21 hot drink recipes for the beloved autumn season. Get ready to indulge, folks.
1. Hot Apple Cider Rum Punch
Hot apple cider and rum come together in this innovative punch recipe by Brown Eyed Baker. Thanks to the apple, orange, and ginger, you’ll be treated to a burst of seasonal flavors in the very first sip.
2. Warm Spicy Apple & Carrot Drink
Get those autumn vibes going with this warm apple and carrot drink by Green Kitchen Stories. This delicious beverage boasts intense flavors such as fresh ginger, rosemary, and cinnamon. It’s extremely good for you, too.
3. Mulled Wine
Wine lovers will swoon over this tutorial by How Sweet Eats. The recipe features two different ways to make mulled wine; you can even customize the ingredients to fit your preferences. Get ready for your kitchen to smell ah-mazing.
4. Dirty Chai Latte