If You’re Making Pie for Thanksgiving, You’re Going to Want To Make These!

I’ll spare you the Pie-Day puns and just come right out and say Happy Friday, friends! Both the girls have next week off so we are headed into a nine day fall break and I’m so excited to break out the flour, butter and eggs and spend some slow time in the kitchen. I haven’t made a single loaf of pumpkin bread so far so we for sure have to change that! Here in Austin my parents always do Thanksgiving and I simply have to manage the pies which is basically my dream! Do you have a favorite?! I always feel like one fruit-filled …

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4th of July Chai Fruit Kabobs with Coconut Chai Dipping Sauce

As if your day couldn’t get any better, we’ve partnered with Kitchen Crafted® today to bring you the easiest and most delicious 4th of July dessert bar Chai Fruit Kabobs with a Coconut Chai Dipping Sauce. Kitchen Crafted’s line of products includes no fillers, no preservatives, and no unpronounceable chemically-enhanced ingredients invented in a lab. Instead they’re filled with fresh ingredients sourced from around the world. We are using their Love My Chai BLND® today, but their whole line of spices and spreads is so delicious! …

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Gluten Free Pineapple Upside Down Cake

This Gluten Free Pineapple Upside Down Cake is a little bit special! Not only is it gluten free, but it is also made with a generous helping of rum and real maraschino cherries. Made from scratch, this cake is easy to make and a pure joy to eat! Is it just me or did spring fly by? Does that happen for you, too? Maybe it’s just Texas. Memorial Day is the marker for summer here, when it’s 90 degrees and the afternoons are too hot to do much of anything. I don’t mind the warm summer days, though. I love that it’s barbecue season, …

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Gluten Free Carrot Bundt Cake with Coconut

This super moist carrot bundt cake combined with the warm spices and topped with tangy cream cheese icing is the perfect combination of flavors. This gourmet recipe is gluten free and coconut brings the cake alive! Happy Easter friends! I have always loved Easter Sunday. When I was growing up it was a day of pretty dresses, church, family, and too much food. My mother would always go to the nines with ham, corn casserole, broccoli salad, green beans, and of course adorable Easter baskets filled with fun goodies. I have a few memories of the …

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