Thanksgiving

Gluten Free Pumpkin Spice Cinnamon Rolls

Go ahead and skip the Starbucks drive thru– these pumpkin spice cinnamon rolls are the only pumpkin-flavored treat you need in your life this weekend. They’re spicy, nutty, sweet and oh so cozy. Pair with your favorite cup of coffee! Every year somehow I cannot believe how quickly September arrives. The slower mornings and longer days of summer slowly conform to meet the needs of lunches that need to be packed and car pools that need to leave at 7:14a sharp! The brisk pace of the week is juxtaposed by the great big exhale that is our …

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Stuffed Pork Tenderloin Recipe with Apple Pecan Chutney

Whether you’re hosting for 6 or 20 this holiday, this stuffed pork tenderloin recipe is simple, easy and full of flavor. Stuffed with an apple and pecan chutney, this stuffed pork tenderloin makes a great main course or a perfect heavy appetizer spread. Happy Holidays friends! It’s such a fun time of year to enjoy family and friends. And hopefully, if you’re hosting you’re not overwhelmed by the idea of feeding a crowd. It can be hard to come up with easy but creative ideas. But no need to stress my friend, I (Lauren) have got the …

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Thanksgiving Pies You’ll Want To Make

From pumpkin to chocolate and pecan to blackberry, there’s a world of delicious Thanksgiving Pies out there! Read on for some of my favorite pies to make this holiday season, including gluten free and vegan pies. 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 …

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5 Ways to Slow Down and Savor this Thanksgiving

(This post is sponsored by Crate & Barrel. All opinions are my own. All products featured are linked below!) I hosted my first Thanksgiving at the age of 27. We had just moved into our first home and I was eager to get down to the nitty gritty of home ownership—hosting included. That morning I lovingly kicked Aaron out of the house and sat down with my handwritten grid that I had constructed a couple of days prior. It laid out exactly what time I should start prepping and cooking each dish to ensure that everything had time in the oven …

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