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September 16, 2019

My Kitchen This Fall | My Baking List


Fall baking is quintessential.  Even my friends that don't bake too often start asking me about baking recipes to try.  I've been feeling overwhelmed a bit by what I want to do in the kitchen - I have so many things I'd like to bake.  I have a list of old favorites that I know I want to taste again this season, and then some new ones that I want to try.  I find that I'm flailing a bit when I have free time to bake because there are too many things on my list.  To help me weed through what's worth repeating and what's worth trying, I put together this little post... and to inspire you, as well.  Sorry if you've seen some of these listed multiple times in previous posts or instagram shares...  sometimes I'm just trying to remind myself ; )


On My "To-Try" List :

I like to keep a running list of recipes to try, too.  I'd love to hear your favorites and what is on your 'to try' list, too.

Rustic Apple Crostada (Barefoot Contessa)

PB & Chocolate Cupcakes (Barefoot Contessa)

Salted Caramel Cake

Molasses Cake with Ginger Mascarpone  (Barefoot Contessa)

Pecan Rolls (again... I have an old post)

Pumpkin Cheesecake

Salted Caramel Panacotta
Caramel Corn (nineandsixteen.com)



Take a complete tour of our kitchen, here >


Crabapple Branches in my Recycled Glass Vases (only a couple of these left) with a big bowl of apples underneath.  I recently found the big bowl at a local antique store - set of two graduated for about $18 each.  I had only seen stone bowls like this for $80+ each in the past, so I was so glad to snatch these up.  My mom has several, too.  So many ways to use them - salad, lined with a napkin for rolls, will keep mashed potatoes warm... and pretty just on the counter, too.



Probably the most worth repeating, Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes with Maple Cream Cheese Frosting.  I made these probably 4 times last fall and am counting down the day that I have another excuse to make them again... so I can have that soft frosting and spicy cake again.  Ok, probably making them today.




Tessa shared her favorite cider donuts and packaged them up using my favorite striped ribbon and cello bags, available here.















Would love to hear what recipes you repeat each Autumn... not that I need to add more to my list ; )

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