Ever since college, I have been madly in love with bread pudding. It wasn’t always the case–when I was growing up, bread pudding was kind of a second-class dessert made with leftovers and whatever we had lying around the house. It wasn’t until I was older when I realized bread pudding could be among the…

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Have you guys seen caramel chips popping up in your grocery stores?  The idea intrigued me so obviously I had to try them out in cookies.  Guys- THESE COOKIES.  I originally thought about putting them in a chocolate cookie, but my husband said I should go with a classic chocolate chip base all the way…

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This super popular restaurant favorite is loaded with cream, bacon, sausage and cheese.  Kate’s lightened up version is loaded with flavor and comfort!  This recipe is a family favorite in both of our families and so perfect for these cooler fall days.  It feels indulgent, but is actually light and healthy.  Get the full recipe…

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Sara and I have been blogging for almost 10 years now. That’s a long time, y’all. I was talking to a friend who had been dating someone for about that long and told them that was, like, dating, a marriage, a kid or two, and a divorce. So you’d think we would have a Honey…

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If I had to pick one and only one fall dessert that I’d eat forever, it would be Apple Crisp, hands-down.  It’s the quintessential autumnal comfort food with its warm spiced apples and crisp buttery topping.  It’s my go-to dessert when having friends over, or needing a quick family dessert.  Several years ago when I…

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This is a big day, you guys. Chipotle Chocolate Chili has been on our blog since 2008, the very first year we started blogging. It has won chili cook-offs. It has been a perennial favorite. It is beloved and a favorite (and for good reason–it really is so good. If you haven’t ever made, you…

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Where I live it’s apple season.  We have farmstand deals on giant boxes of apples and you can usually find apples for an extra great price at the store right now as well.  One of our favorite things to make at home is apple sauce.  We have a great recipe for  slowcooker homemade apple sauce,…

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Once upon a time, my very best friend in the universe moved to our little town (I didn’t know she was going to wind up being my very best friend yet) and on our first “date,” we went to a local sushi restaurant where we shared an embarrassingly difficult-to-eat sushi dish (followed by a trip…

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One of the most common questions I received when I shared my recent experiences on our Alaskan Cruise was what excursions did we do and what did we think of them. We went on a round-trip cruise out of Seattle through Alaska’s famed Inside Passage, and I’m going to show you the excursions we chose at…

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First of all, I’m going to be doing a Facebook live TODAY at 2:00 pm CT–I’m going to be sharing an AMAZING cannoli recipe and would LOVE it if you joined me! It’s fall, y’all. Sorry. I couldn’t help it. It actually hasn’t felt like fall here in Louisiana until yesterday–in fact, on Monday afternoon/evening,…

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Kate posted some amazing classic pumpkin muffins last week, and I’ve got my favorite Pumpkin Muffin, today.  No surprise that mine include chocolate.  You guys all know about the best Zucchini bread on the planet, right?  This Double-Chocolate Zucchini Bread?  Well this is a pumpkin-spice version of that recipe, so I’m guessing there are lots of…

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It’s Flashback Friday time! I’m not exactly sure why this is called Spanish Rice. Pretty sure none of these ingredients are actually Spanish. And this isn’t rice like anything I’ve ever had in a Mexican restaurant (and yes, I do understand that “Spanish” and “Mexican” are two different things.) But it’s still one of my…

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