What do you do when you don’t have a bonfire? You make cinnamon s’mores in your very own kitchen. These little heavenly dessert sandwiches can be made whenever you want, so you get that classic marshmallow and chocolate combo when the mood strikes you. The touch of cinnamon is a lovely twist. Get the recipe now.
Homemade cinnamon swirl bread is one of life’s greatest pleasures, fresh from your oven. It’s a family favorite that takes some time to make, but is oh-so-worth-it. You end up with two tender and soft loaves that are perfect for slicing, and filled with the most beautiful swirl of spice inside. Get the recipe now.
Not a huge fan of crunchy gingersnaps? We have the perfect option if you prefer something on the softer side. Make a delicious batch of our soft and chewy ginger cookies. We cover them in granulated sugar and bake them until puffy and aromatic, with beautiful crackles on top. Learn how to make the recipe now.
Is there anything better than the classic apple pie? We might have a new contender with our apple cream cheese streusel pie. Enjoy not just one single layer of apples, but a memorable medley of delicious flavors and textures: soft and tangy cream cheese, cinnamon-covered fruit, and a crunchy oat topping. Read more now.
You know what fall tastes like? Pumpkin cinnamon ice cream. And this homemade dessert is one that you’ll want to shovel into your mouth without stopping. It’s a creamy, sultry, and decadent treat that will enable you to embrace fall in a whole new way, from Labor Day through Thanksgiving. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
These aren’t your average granola bars. Soft like a baked good, but with the hearty texture and ease of a snack bar, you’re going to be making these healthier chewy pumpkin granola bars all year long! Kid-friendly and gluten-free, they’re the perfect snack or light breakfast. Read more now to get the recipe.
Packed with warm fall flavors and studded with juicy bites of diced pear, these harvest spice breakfast cookies are kid-friendly and perfect those in need of a quick, on-the-go breakfast option. Made ahead of time and easily frozen, there’s no excuse for missing a nutritious start to your day. Get the recipe now.
Looking for an easy dessert using fresh pears? Try this warm and comforting pear crisp. The fruit mixture forms a thick, luscious, cinnamon caramel sauce you’ll want to consume in large spoonfuls. With a buttery oat crumble, brown and crisp on top, this is one dessert you’ll never forget. Get the recipe now.
When you have a brunch party to plan, cereal just won’t cut it. Prep ahead with this overnight waffle batter and let the yeast do its thing. Add a tangy touch of sour cream and some sweet mashed bananas,, and you’ll be the belle of the breakfast ball. Break out the iron! This recipe is bananas. Read more now.
These tartlets are rustic and very easy to make, with a simple buttery pastry base topped with thinly sliced apples, crunchy turbinado sugar, and a sprinkle of warm cinnamon. It’s an effortless dessert to make after returning home from a day spent outside picking apples. Read more now to get the recipe.
Forget air fresheners. Fill your home with the aroma of juicy, slow-simmered apples infused with earthy cinnamon and cloves. In this recipe, the fruit is stewed with warming spices over low heat and then delicately mashed. Keep reading to add this chunky, rustic applesauce to your list of sweet, simple sides.