Friday, September 16, 2011

Cooking in the Fall

Yesterday I busted open my first canned pumpkin of the season!  Having our house smell like pumpkin definitely got me in the mood for baking and cooking this fall.  Here is some of my fall cooking inspiration from pinterest.

Caramel Apple Cider
pinterest via our best bites


French Onion Soup
pinterest via annies eats


Caramel Apple Cheesecake Pie
pinterest via annies eats


Cornbread
pinterest via couldn't be parve


Pumpkin Spice Latte Cupcakes
pinterest via annies eats



Whoopie Pumpkin Pies
pinterest via food network


Caramel Apple Cheesecake Bars
pinterest via polish the stars


Turkey Cake Pops
pinterest via bakerella


What are you looking forward to baking/cooking this fall?


25 comments:

  1. Yay for baking in the fall - all of a sudden I get a craving to make warm baked goods! So excited to try pumpkin spice cupcakes! And that French onion soup looks amazing - can' wait to see you make that one! Have a great weekend

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  2. pumpkin spice latte cupcakes?! be still my beating heart.

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  3. I am never more motivated to cook than I am in the fall! These are fantastic ideas I am going to have to try! <3

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  4. I LOVE French Onion Soup! Its my favorite! My bf makes a Cajun version and its drool worthy

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  5. I think I'm going to make that French Onion Soup, unless you want to make it for us next weekend :) These all look so great! I'm looking forward to some chili, stews, and crockpot comfort foods this fall.

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  6. those turkey cake pops are just too adorable! I feel like I need to make those ASAP

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  7. I'm excited to just start using my crock-pot again! Although the temp here is still in the 80's so I think I need to wait until October for it to get nice and chilly outside. That carmel cheesecake bar looks divine!

    btw, glad to hear someone else is fascinated with VW's, I think our husband's should be friends :)

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  8. Yay for Fall food! Well of course I'll be making pumpkin chocolate chip muffins. I also make a mean chili (if I do say so myself - which I am) that I'm excited to make, and it's great for freezing so I can eat on it all season. And I'm going home this weekend and we're going to pick apples, so I'm hoping to try some new apple recipes!

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  9. Pumpkin spice latte cupcakes?! Amazing!
    xo
    alexa
    www.theshortandthesweetofit.com

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  10. Sherri, will you come live with me and be my personal chef?!

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  11. I have been craving pumpkin lately. It is just that time of year. I really wanted some pumpkin scones yesterday. I love fall food. It's going to be pretty hard to lose my baby weight with all of those tempting foods around.

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  12. Loving this post Sherri Lynn!! I need some caramel apple cider and pumpkin spice cupcakes in my life!! xoxo

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  13. I'm looking forward to drinking vodka with apple cider, eating lots of apples, baking apple pies (and apple oatmeal cookies), and apple picking!!! It's freezing up here, so this change to fall hasn't been very subtle.

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  14. I think I'm most looking forward to having our fire pit going and making smores while we sip on hot cocoa. I'm also ready to make up some banana nut bread(I always associate it with this time of year), some chili, some caramel apples, and some pumpkin bread. All good stuff!

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  15. Haha those turkey pops are adorable. I'm SO looking forward to having French onion soup bubbling away in the oven!

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  16. Check. Check. Check. These all look aamzing. White chocolate pumpkin cookies, butternut squash soup, and an apple crumble are all on the list too.

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  17. I'm loving all of this! I love baking and cooking in the fall, anything with pumpkins and apples. I'm excited to try out some new stuff this year and my favorites from last year!

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  18. Seriously are you trying to fatten us all up? :)

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  19. the caramel apple pie is seriously good - but definitely make it for a group because otherwise you'll want to eat it all!

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  20. Gosh, all of these look pretty stinken good! I adore fall food, it's so cozy.

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  21. cooking--not so much? baking--oh ya! this all looks amazing~

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  22. Chili and cornbread are my favorite fall dishes!

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  23. i would love to try and do the French Onion Soup!!! looks kinda simple and yummie.. would you try the cheesecake? OMG wish i had more talent at the kitchen.. that looks unbelievable!!!!!

    happy week dear,
    http://www.trend-ish.com

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  24. They all look completely delicious. I love fall cooking, everything always seems so warm and deliciously scented and just right. Now I'm craving cooking and it's not even 9 am!

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