This contest winning Caramel Apple Pizza Recipe is sure to please guests without all the extra fat to weigh them down. It varies from a heavier version by making a lighter cookie crust with less fat and sugar while also substituting part of the traditional white flour in part for whole wheat pastry flour. A combination of fat-free and low-fat cream cheese is used along with fat-free caramel sauce as well.
This recipe for Makeover Pumpkin Butter Cake is a must make for the season! Who doesn't love cake? How about butter? I know my Mother is going to snipe this recipe in a stealth snippet! Though Mom, please do try to refrain from adding more butter! And, maybe this would be a good opportunity to try reduced-fat butter... Just don't tell Papa! Hey, it’s merely a suggestion to follow the recipe, lol.. ;)
If you want to wow your guests at Thanksgiving dinner, you have to, must have to, serve this Pumpkin Patch Biscuits Recipe. It is the best recipe for biscuits I have ever made in all my years of baking biscuits! Of course, I must add that I am partial to pumpkin. Those of you following the blog know as much, so this does sway my taste-buds in their favor. However I have to admit, overall, the biscuits are extremely moist and fluffy with a bit of pumpkiny sweet goodness that, truly, I'm sure not many could decline... You try them and tell me I'm wrong, ok? ;)
I love this recipe for Tart Cranberry Apple Crisp, because it's made with superfoods like cranberries, leaves the nutrient rich peels on the apples, and substitutes much of the butter for canola oil.
While apples are now in season, many of us will bake and enjoy at least 1 apple crisp. I know I will be. Apple crisp is one of Randy's all time favorite desserts. But don't forget, cranberries are in season too! What better way to sweeten tart cranberries than by adding some to your apple crisp! Yummy!
This recipe for chocolate zucchini cake is sure to please anyone trying to use up the last of their fall zucchini! For some of us, like our Wisconsin families, the snow is already beggining to fly, and the gardens are done for the year. But for the other half of the country, the cool fall temps keep the zucchini coming and coming. Putting all that good zucchini to use can be a challenege, especially when its practically coming out of our ears!