Many food bloggers seem to be inspired with baking these days thanks to Thanksgiving! With the colors of the season and the seasonal flavors that are widely available now, many food enthusiasts are going to way of being, well, seasonal. So lets rein in more sweets but this time the adventurous never fail to bring in some sweet nuttiness.
The goddess sans the gluten brings us some warm joy that goes well with some warm coffee or chocolate. Read up as the Gluten-Free Goddess gushes about some sensible existential stuff that doesn’t have anything to do with cooking but ends up with a yummy recipe. Sconed!
This is a very interesting blog post from Vanilla Garlic who expresses some thoughts about dating, the dating world, a date, and dates, the kind that you eat. With this entertaining entry and insights on finding the right person, it won’t be so bad to throw in some nuts in there, right? So mix them all together, put it in an oven, and you have a – ta-da – date-nut bread. Enjoy with a cup of English Breakfast tea. Yum.
Okay, this is probably not what you traditionally think of as “nutty”. At first one thinks of healthy and maybe decadent. But after making this recipe and topping this sweet melody of sweet potato and that orange essence with some pecans, you’re off to a nutty world.
Anyone with nut allergies should stay away as this cracker recipe calls for nuts, nuts and more nuts! Well, this recipe mixes walnuts, almonds, and pecans which are eventually folded into a cracker dough. Now here’s something good to nibble the day away.
The Kitchen Sink – Chocolate Pecan Pie
The Kitchen Sink celebrates the pecan by lying tons of in on a bed of gooey sweet filling which also lies on top a buttery flakey crust. Read up on this kitchen sink adventure as the Thanksgiving preparation heats up with a yummy dollop of chocolate.