It's that delicious, sticky time of year when we start our holiday baking. It's a family tradition to bake cookies and wrap them up for our friends and neighbors for the holidays.
So this weekend, we decided to take our traditional chocolate crinkle cookie recipe and see what happened if we put a caramel in the middle of each one. Well, guess what? It worked! The cookies had a rich dark chocolate flavor, and the sweet creamy caramel added the perfect touch. It's like a little surprise inside. :)
Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and your prep for the holidays is going well.
My favorite parties this week are a festive gift exchange holiday party, a gorgeous mint and gold gymnastics birthday party, a red and white rustic Candy Cane Lane party, and a beautiful Thanksgiving celebration with delicious desserts!
Thanksgiving is just days away. If you want to make something quick and easy for the holiday, check out our last-minute pumpkin cream cheese bread recipe.
This pumpkin loaf is super moist and full of pumpkin spice flavor. This is a perfect breakfast treat and it will make your house smell so good. Also, think about baking them in mini paper loaf pans as holiday gifts for friends and neighbors.
I love the spirit of Thanksgiving, getting to be with the people you love, making memories, and celebrating with open hearts (and hopefully some good food)!
I asked Michelle at Printabelle to design a free printable "With Thankful Hearts" Thanksgiving sign and cards, for you to use to decorate your Thanksgiving. They're free to download. Hopefully they can help set the mood for a really special holiday!
I wanted to come up with a new take on traditional Thanksgiving cornbread stuffing, so I created this cornbread sausage muffin recipe that is so delicious, it will be part of my Thanksgiving table from now on.
If you're looking for a new spin on Thanksgiving dinner, I recommend you try these muffins. They've got apples, onions, and celery, but the secret ingredient is the Johnsonville ground Italian sausage.