Halloween is on a Saturday this year during the scariest year ever…2020! But no fear, how about celebrating at home with a festive fall brunch using thrifted serving wares, cups and mugs from Goodwill Tulsa!
To wrap up the season and to enjoy a cozy Halloween, I picked up some adorable thrifted items from Goodwill Tulsa for a fall-themed brunch AND to serve my pumpkin spice whipped coffee in. Keep reading to get the recipe and ideas for YOUR own Halloween brunch this year!
When you think about Halloween does ice cream come to mind? Perhaps I’m the only one who has ice cream on the mind all the time! It’s the perfect treat for any time of year (for some reason I think I crave it more when it gets cold than when it is hot out!).
I was thrilled when I was asked to work with FatBoy Ice Cream to share some ways that you can spookify your ice cream treats this month!
It’s September 1st, which means it’s basically the beginning of FALL! It’s time to once again bake and make things as full of pumpkin spice as possible (except maybe SPAM which is just gross…). Let’s “toast” to the Halloween season!
I decided to welcome fall by whipping up an easy pumpkin french toast for breakfast.
Celebrate this extended holiday weekend by making some for yourself! Keep reading for the recipe.
I am not a fan of the typical store bought pumpkin spice coffee – but I have created a pumpkin blended coffee that I do enjoy! At times, the “pumpkin spice” essence in coffee leaves a bit of a chemical after taste (to me at least) so I blend my coffee with real pumpkin, brown sugar and cinnamon for a sweet, creamy pumpkin treat.
I am terrible at providing accurate measurements for this recipe (it was an “eyeballing it’ creation), so please use it as an inspiration for creating your own unique blended pumpkin coffee and adjust to your liking! Read more below to see how I make mine:
It’s August and the cool mornings and nights mean that it is time to bake with PUMPKIN!
I love making pumpkin baked goods, and this year I have taken great joy in baking my own donuts. Baked donuts at home are healthier than fried donuts, and just as delicious. I recommend you have a donut mold pan to bake with, which are fairly inexpensive. I picked up a two pack of Wilton donut pans on Amazon for $13.50 earlier this season. (Always grease your pan well when baking to make it easier to pop them out. I just give mine a good spray with canola oil)
I’m working on eating healthier by keeping away from processed foods and sugars. This easy recipe can be Whole 30 compliant too! Just modify as needed. I made this for my breakfast twice this weekend and it is surprisingly delicious and keeps you full – which I find is always difficult when you’re trying to eat healthy. My favorite thing about this recipe is that is has all the great flavors that remind me of fall!
What better way to kick off the weekend than baking a batch of cookies? How about a batch of PUMPKIN cookies at that? I don’t think there is ever a wrong time of the year to indulge in a little pumpkin!
Today I want to share a yummy, easy, pumpkin chocolate chip cookie recipe with you! I made some today and my husband calls them “muffin tops” since they are soft cookies (but I love them nonetheless!) . So if you like soft cookies and or muffin tops, these are the cookies for you.