I love the change of seasons. There’s something wonderful about each season. It still feels like summer here in New York, although it has gotten cooler. But my mind is turning toward the comforts of fall, that crispness of air and apple.
1. Apple pie bars from Roxana’s Home Baking
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2. Biscoff apple pie pinwheels from Buns In My Oven
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3. Baked apple cider donuts from The Sweet Life
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4. Caramel apple pie pudding shots from e is for eat.
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5. Apple cinnamon sugar cookie bars from Lemons for Lulu
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My mom loves this upside-down apple gingerbread cake. I got the recipe from All You magazine. Great holiday recipe for the season!
upside-down apple gingerbread
This week’s Two for Tuesday showcases two types of pancakes from two cities I visited on a road trip. Both pancakes use a seasonal fall ingredient: apple and sweet potato.
The first is an apple pannekoeken from Pannekoeken in downtown Rochester, Minnesota. A pannekoeken is a Dutch pancake. And yes, this was as delicious as it looks.
The second are sweet potato pancakes from The Pancake Pantry in Nashville, Tennessee. Luckily, we went at the right time to avoid the lines that lead to this pancake paradise. The sweet potato pancakes are their signature, and they are worth the wait.
sweet potato pancakes