Cranberry Bliss Bars

If you find yourself counting down the days until you can get your hands on Cranberry Bliss Bars, this copycat recipe is exactly what you need to enjoy them at home any time of the year. I used to count down the days until I could buy the Starbucks Cranberry Bliss Bar. But now I …

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If you find yourself counting down the days until you can get your hands on Cranberry Bliss Bars, this copycat recipe is exactly what you need to enjoy them at home any time of the year.

Three cranberry bliss bars arranged on a white plate, with a bite taken out of one of them

I used to count down the days until I could buy the Starbucks Cranberry Bliss Bar. But now I have my own recipe, and honestly, it’s even better!

Cranberry is such a wonderful flavor that deserves more attention all year long. I’m not complaining about it getting its due in winter, though.

The flavors in these cranberry bars are similar to another copycat recipe of mine, glazed orange scones, as well as my cranberry orange bread and cranberry orange cinnamon rolls.

What can I say, I love the combo of cranberry and orange!

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Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies

Add some fall flair to your oatmeal cookies! These Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies are filled with dried cranberries and white chocolate chips for a twist on your favorite oatmeal cookie. I’m starting to get into cookie mode over here. While in the school pickup line the other day, I made a list of all of the …

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Add some fall flair to your oatmeal cookies! These Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies are filled with dried cranberries and white chocolate chips for a twist on your favorite oatmeal cookie.

Four pumpkin oatmeal cookies stacked next to a glass of milk

I’m starting to get into cookie mode over here. While in the school pickup line the other day, I made a list of all of the cookie recipes that I want to bake over the holidays.

I must say that I have a pretty good list going with everything from Peanut Butter Blossoms and Crispy Ginger Cookies to these pretty Snowflake Sugar Cookies and classic Gingerbread Cookies.

But before I head into full-on Christmas cookie mode, I decided to whip up a couple of batches of cookies that are full of festive fall flavors.

Pumpkin cookies are a go-to every fall. I’ve made them even better with my favorite cookie add-ins!

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Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes

Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes are easy to make with a cake mix but taste like you spent hours making them! These easy pumpkin cupcakes are perfect for any fall gathering. I am all about keeping things simple at this time of year. Instead of cooking at home, we’re ordering pizza and wings for pre-trick-or-treat dinner and …

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Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes are easy to make with a cake mix but taste like you spent hours making them! These easy pumpkin cupcakes are perfect for any fall gathering.

Pumpkin spice cupcake on a white plate, with more cupcakes in the background

I am all about keeping things simple at this time of year.

Instead of cooking at home, we’re ordering pizza and wings for pre-trick-or-treat dinner and I’m whipping up these super simple semi-homemade Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes for dessert. I just plan on topping them with one of those little pumpkin candies you can find near the candy corn to make them a little more festive.

You all know I love my doctored cake mix recipes, and I couldn’t resist giving it a seasonal twist.

The result is these pumpkin spice cupcakes that are so irresistibly moist you can’t stop at just one!

If you love pumpkin bundt cake, you’ll definitely fall for the combo of spice cake mix and pumpkin. The lightly spiced cream cheese frosting makes the cupcakes so special.

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Apple Coffee Cake

From the moist cake and the crumble topping to the brown sugar glaze, this Apple Coffee Cake is everything you could possibly want in a fall dessert. Serve this cake for dessert or with an afternoon cup of coffee – either way, you can’t go wrong. I feel like every season there are recipes that I …

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From the moist cake and the crumble topping to the brown sugar glaze, this Apple Coffee Cake is everything you could possibly want in a fall dessert. Serve this cake for dessert or with an afternoon cup of coffee – either way, you can’t go wrong.

Caramel sauce being poured over a sliced of apple coffee cake topped with ice cream

I feel like every season there are recipes that I try that are so good they automatically make it to the top of my favorites list. This Apple Coffee Cake is one of those recipes.

At this time of year, I love a good coffee cake recipe that can be served for breakfast, a snack, and of course – dessert. I’ve made this Apple Coffee Cake several times already and I’m pretty certain I’ll be making it over and over again every fall.

Serve it topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and a drizzle of caramel sauce for total caramel apple vibes!

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Pumpkin Bread

Pumpkin Bread is loaded with warm spices and full of delicious pumpkin flavor. This recipe will become one of your absolute favorites! There is just something about quick breads that make me happy. They’re one of my absolute favorite things to bake no matter the season. They come together super easily, they’re often delicious for …

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Pumpkin Bread is loaded with warm spices and full of delicious pumpkin flavor. This recipe will become one of your absolute favorites!

Sliced loaf of pumpkin bread on a white cutting board

There is just something about quick breads that make me happy. They’re one of my absolute favorite things to bake no matter the season.

They come together super easily, they’re often delicious for both breakfast and dessert and they’re the perfect treat to gift to just about anyone.

From Banana Bread, Zucchini Banana Bread, Apple Pie Bread, and Butternut Squash Bread, I pretty much have any type of quick bread you could possibly want. But my absolute favorite quick bread of all the quick breads here on My Baking Addiction, this Pumpkin Bread will always be my most loved and most baked!

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Apple Pear Crisp

Apple Pear Crisp combines tart apples and sweet pears for a delightful take on the traditional fall crisp.  As soon the temperatures turn fall-like, Apple Crisp automatically becomes the most popular dessert in our house. And because of that, I always have the essentials on hand to make it on a whim. My husband happened …

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Apple Pear Crisp combines tart apples and sweet pears for a delightful take on the traditional fall crisp. 

Bowl of apple pear crisp, topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, next to a glass of milk

As soon the temperatures turn fall-like, Apple Crisp automatically becomes the most popular dessert in our house. And because of that, I always have the essentials on hand to make it on a whim.

My husband happened to pick up a bag full of beautiful pears from our local fruit stand, but they started to ripen way quicker than we could eat them, so I decided to put them to good use and whipped up this Apple Pear Crisp over the weekend.

We love to serve Apple Pear Crisp with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream and a drizzle of salted caramel sauce, but it’s perfectly delicious on its own, or with a little dollop of homemade whipped cream.

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Apple Turnovers

Apple Turnovers are easy to make with puff pastry and a flavorful apple filling. Bake them immediately or freeze them to bake whenever you get the craving for a warm, flaky apple breakfast or dessert! As soon as it’s fall, I typically go all in with loads of pumpkin desserts, but this year, I’ve decided …

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Apple Turnovers are easy to make with puff pastry and a flavorful apple filling. Bake them immediately or freeze them to bake whenever you get the craving for a warm, flaky apple breakfast or dessert!

Baked apple turnovers on a piece of parchment paper

As soon as it’s fall, I typically go all in with loads of pumpkin desserts, but this year, I’ve decided to momentarily put pumpkin on pause and share some delicious apple recipes first.

My little one has been learning all about Johnny Appleseed at school, so we’ve been taste testing different apple varieties and researching ways to keep sliced apples from browning in her lunch box.

So far, we’re loving the brining method from the Kitchn where you simply dissolve 1/2 teaspoon of Kosher salt into 1 cup of cold water and let the sliced apples soak in the salty water for 10 minutes. Then I give them a rinse, bag them up and toss them into her lunch box.

You’re probably wondering if they’re salty, right? Nope, a quick rinse removes any hint of salt and this little trick definitely prevents browning.

Since we’ve had a lot of apples on hand this week, I decided to whip up this recipe for easy Apple Turnovers. They’re simple, delicious and the perfect breakfast for fall.

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Easy Apple Dumplings

What happens when you combine sliced apples, crescent roll dough, and ginger beer? One of the easiest and best fall desserts! These Easy Apple Dumplings are quick to make and are always a crowd favorite. If you happened to catch my Classic Zucchini Bread recipe post, you may remember me telling you how ready for …

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What happens when you combine sliced apples, crescent roll dough, and ginger beer? One of the easiest and best fall desserts! These Easy Apple Dumplings are quick to make and are always a crowd favorite.

Easy apple dumplings topped with a scoop of ice cream and caramel sauce nestled in a cream bowl

If you happened to catch my Classic Zucchini Bread recipe post, you may remember me telling you how ready for fall I am.

Despite last week’s hot an humid temps, I’m thinking we’re finally easing our way into my favorite season. Although we haven’t headed to our favorite apple orchard just yet, I did happen to have a bunch of Granny Smith apples on hand a couple of weeks ago and decided to whip up these Easy Apple Dumplings.

This simple recipe comes together super quickly which makes it the perfect weeknight dessert and it is enough to get even the tiniest of helpers involved.

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No-Bake Cranberry Cheesecakes

No Bake Cranberry Orange Cheesecakes are bright and sweet, tart and tangy. Little bites of no-bake bliss for your holiday party!

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No-Bake Cranberry Cheesecakes are perfect for the holiday season. Tart cranberry sauce paired with creamy no-bake cheesecake base makes for a delightful seasonal bite!

Cranberry cheesecakes topped with cranberry sauce and orange zest on a marble counter

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I know it’s December, but we’re still into no bake desserts, right? I mean, is there ever really a time not to be into them?

I shared this recipe for No-Bake Cranberry Cheesecakes years ago and decided that the post needed a little upgrade in the photo department.

Not to mention this recipe is super simple and totally delicious which makes it absolutely perfect for the holidays, or just a random Friday night when you’re craving festive cheesecake.

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Iced Pumpkin Cookies

Soft, spicy, cake-like Pumpkin Cookies topped with a sweet vanilla glaze.

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These Iced Pumpkin Cookies are soft and cake-like, topped with a vanilla glaze icing. This is a recipe you’ll want to make again and again.

Four iced pumpkin cookies stacked on a white plate

There are certain recipes that I come back to time and time again. And every single fall, these Iced Pumpkin Cookies are at the top of my list.

Well, these pumpkin cookies and pumpkin roll, pumpkin crunch cake and pumpkin cheesecake. Notice a theme here? I’m all about the pumpkin.

Whether you’re looking for a sweet treat for your family or wanting to cheer up a neighbor or friend, these iced pumpkin cookies are sure to be a hit!

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