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Fall Desserts 2015

Posted by kim carpenter on October 23, 2015
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With warm colors and windy weather taking full effect outside, you may be looking for something to satisfy your sweet-tooth this fall. So as you get cozy and baking, here are some mouth-watering recipes to help revel in the full joy of the season. Hopefully they’ll tide you over until Thanksgiving.

Pumpkin Spice Pull Apart Bread

Here’s a tasty fall twist on your traditional sweet rolls and super easy to make! Check out the full recipe here. All you need are some Pillsbury™ Grands biscuits, pumpkin pie mix, and commonplace spices. Spread the pumpkin pie mix over the uncooked biscuits, sprinkle with sugar, and layer them into pan to bake. Takes as little as 45 minutes.

Butter Pecan Cheesecake

A delicious staple of the season and perfect way to satisfy your craving for something mouthwatering and creamy. Check out the full recipe here. You’ll need graham crackers, chopped pecans, and cream cheese, along with the usual cake ingredients. Make enough to share with friends!

Candy Apples

Here’s an easy treat to make with the kids and hand out at Halloween parties. All you need are some apples from your local orchard (or grocery store!). Bake them with caramel or chocolate and drizzle with white icing later. Make sure to decorate the end result with marshmallows, m&ms, nilla wafers, Oreos, or anything you like. Check out the full recipe and design ideas here.

Pumpkin Spice Rice Krispie Treats

Another dessert that’s perfect for fall parties, snacks, and school events! Your kids (and everyone else’s) will love you for these fall themed krispie treats. You’ll need a cup of pumpkin puree and spices to go along with the rice and marshmallows. For complete baking instructions go here.

Caramel Apple Ice-Cream

Don’t let the cold deter you from eating what you love. Ice cream can be enjoyed in season and fall is no exception. Swirl cooked and caramelized apples into softened vanilla ice cream and freeze for about four hours. Then scoop into bowls, season with crumbled gingersnaps and chocolate shavings, and enjoy with friends for a delicious evening treat. Check out the full recipe here.

Marbled Chocolate Pumpkin Brownies

Combining pumpkin and chocolate is surefire genius, and an excellent addition to your home recipes. Make these savory marbled treats using cream cheese, canned pumpkin, and the usual brownie ingredients. Check out the full recipe here.

Pumpkin Pancakes with Sweet Apple Cider Syrup

Who doesn’t love pancakes? Indulge in the taste of fall over breakfast with these light and fluffy treats. In addition to pancake ingredients, you’ll need canned pumpkin and ground cinnamon. To make the hot cider, you’ll need apple juice, brown sugar, corn syrup, butter, and some spices. It takes about 40 minutes and is a perfect addition to your family brunch. Check out the full recipe here.

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