Seeing persimmons in the store is a sure sign that Autumn has arrived. And if you’re lucky enough to have your own tree, you might be trying to figure out what to do with them all! These Persimmon Spice Cookies are a perfect seasonal treat – full of spicy goodness! You’ll want these all year round!
These sun ripened candies definitely make me feel a little less guilty when I eat a handful at a time. Just repeat after me, “It’s fruit, so it must be oaky!” Join me in my mantra as we make Candied Orange Peels.
Need a little something different to bring to holiday parties this season? This Chocolate Spice Cake screams fall with the hints of anise seed, cloves, cinnamon, and others in the five-spice seasoning that penetrates the decadent chocolate.
Prickly Pear fruit is one of those rear fruits that grows wild on the side of many roads (and therefore potentially free), is chock-full of nutrients… and is completely ignored by most of us. But everyone likes candy, so here is a great Prickly Pear Candy recipe.
Pumpkin empanadas may not be on everyone’s Thanksgiving table, but this is a staple in many Southwest and Mexico homes. It’s a sweet pastry, so if you’re thinking of adding something new to your Thanksgiving or Christmas table – this is the dish! And they’re also great the next morning with a cup of coffee or tea.
I’ve been making these Peanut Butter and Chocolate Eyeballs for my family every Halloween for the last 15 years or so. And even though my son is almost 21, he still asks for them. These are the perfect Halloween treat!
Ahhhh Honey Cake. My favorite food of all the Jewish holidays. Since we could only have it once or twice a year, it was a very special treat and everyone in my family knew they had to show up with one for me – without nuts!