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This snickerdoodle pumpkin pie recipe is a ‘delicious’ twist on the classic fall dessert

If you want to impress your dinner guests this fall with a delicious dessert, this recipe is for you. 

The “Snickerdoodle Pumpkin Pie” from Southern food blog Quiche My Grits gives a cinnamon twist on the classic holiday dessert. 

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According to blog creator Debi Morgan’s post, the recipe starts with a “creamy pumpkin custard’ and is topped with “snickerdoodle cookie crumbles.”

“I can’t think of anything more delicious than combining pumpkin pie with a snickerdoodle crumble topping,” Morgan wrote in her blog post

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Tired of boring desserts? Check out this ‘motichoor cheesecake’ recipe

Festivities in India go hand in hand with desserts. Almost every region and state has special recipes, protected over the years to yield the most mouthwatering results ever. There has been enough debate about whether recipes for Indian desserts can be combined with recipes from other countries.

Purists believe that our halwa, kheer and laddoos can’t be prepared in a way that’s outside the box, but popular food blogger Shivesh Bhatia took to Instagram to share the recipe of ‘motichoor cheesecake.’

Don’t believe us? Check out the recipe below!

Shivesh wrote: “My FAVE laddoo as a cheesecake!! The festive season

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Recipe: This Vanilla Bean Bundt Cake is beyond perfect for fall baking season

Autumn is here and nothing makes us more excited for this season than bundt cakes and the thought of all of those other warm, cozy, spiced fall desserts that are waiting in our recipe box to be baked. Inspired by a traditional European cake known as Gugelhupf, bundt cakes are baked in a Bundt pan and shaped into a distinctive doughnut shape.

This autumn, a lip-smacking Vanilla Bean Bundt Cake is sure to make a show-stopping display on any dessert table. Check out its simple recipe below which is beyond perfect for fall baking season.

Ingredients:

250g unsalted butter at

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Nutella Cheesecake Brownies are a ‘dangerously’ delicious fall dessert: Try the recipe

Now that there’s a chill in the air, it’s the perfect time for this decadent dessert. 

Debi Morgan, the creator of the Southern food blog Quiche My Grits, shared her recipe for “Nutella Cheesecake Brownies” with Fox News. 

The dessert starts with a brownie crust, topped with cheesecake and a Nutella swirl, which Morgan describes as “dangerously YUM” in her blog post.

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The “Nutella Cheesecake Brownies” from food blog Quiche My Grits are “dangerously YUM,” according to blog creator Debi Morgan.
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Super Lemony Olive Oil Cake Recipe

The name gives it away, but it’s true: Mina Stone’s olive oil cake is super fragrant with lemon, extremely moist thanks to extra-virgin olive oil, and the interior is as yellow as the sun. This recipe comes (fittingly) from her new cookbook, Lemon, Love & Olive Oil, which revisits dishes throughout Stone’s life, especially ones she learned from her Greek grandmother. “The most important thing I’ve learned from the women in my family is to cook with love, abandon, and an absence of fear,” writes Stone. Traditionally, Greek olive oil cake uses orange juice and zest, but on a

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Kate Middleton & Prince William’s Chocolate Wedding Cake Recipe Details

Ever wish you attended the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s 2011 wedding? Well, now you can have a taste (literally) of the day’s celebrations. The Royal Collection Trust recently revealed the recipe for the couple’s chocolate biscuit cake, which was served as the groom’s cake at the wedding.

The cake requires no baking and is an easy project for a cozy autumn day. The dessert features tea biscuits, a hearty helping of chocolate, and a lovely ganache. William and Kate served the rich treat at their wedding, alongside their famous, white, tiered fruitcake.

Below, find the complete recipe to craft

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Savor the last vestiges of summer with this easy berry spoon cake recipe

This summery berry spoon cake is the perfect dessert to close out these summer months. An incredibly easy and delicious dish, with all of the brightness and lightness summer has to offer.

My original recipe for this cake was made with only strawberries. However, as summer progressed and blueberries, marionberries and blackberries were in season, I wanted to have something that paid tribute to all of these wonderful berries together.

Spoon cakes have a long history in the South. Spoon bread, spoon cake’s best friend, has a cornmeal base and even has its own

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Icebox cake for your patriotic celebration: Try the recipe

The Labor Day weekend is here and if you’re looking for a delicious dessert to make for your celebration, look no further. 

Lily Ernst, of the food blog Little Sweet Baker, shared a sneak peek of her patriotic icebox cake recipe with Fox News.

The easy-to-make icebox cake is filled with layers of fruit, graham crackers and a special cream filling and can last up to three days in the fridge, according to the Little Sweet Baker blog post.

This easy-to-make icebox cake recipe from food blog Little Sweet Baker, includes layers of fruit, graham crackers and a

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Benjamina Ebuehi’s recipe for apricot camomile cake | Baking

Apricots rank pretty high up on my list of favourite stone fruits, and they score extra points when they’ve had some time in the oven to soften and release all of that sweet, slightly sharp nectar. Here, I’ve nestled them in a cake rather than a tart, because it can be a bit of a pain trying to keep pastry chilled in a hot summer kitchen. The camomile, subtle but present, brings such a soothing, floral vibe that just makes me want to hold on to summer for as long as possible.

Apricot camomile cake

Prep 30 min
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This Black Forest icebox cake recipe makes a stunning no-bake dessert

Black Forest cake is a delightful combination of chocolate cake, whipped cream, cherries and kirsch or kirschwasser, a clear cherry brandy. Instead of chocolate cake, this recipe uses store-bought cookies (though you could certainly bake your own from scratch) that soften as they sit between layers of cream and take on a light and fluffy texture. Thin and crispy cookies, such as the icebox classic Nabisco Famous Chocolate Wafers, are best in this kind of cake. In my recipe testing, the 365 by Whole Foods Market Brownie Cookie Thins were easier to source, and one box was just enough for

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