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Brenda has been writing since grade school. She attended journalism school where she majored in professional writing. She loves to decorate, garden, read and spend time with her Yorkies.

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Fall Sweet Treats


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I'm in the mood to find some sweet treats to bake this fall. This pumpkin cheesecake with praline pecan topping looks so good.


But then I ran across this cinnamon roll bread pudding trifle with caramel rum.


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Then there's spiced pumpkin cupcakes. This would be a great after school treat. Or to serve to your book club.


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I'd be first in line to try out pumpkin fudge. How about you?

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Apple harvest pound cake anyone? Well, maybe just one slice.
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Peanut butter cup s'moreo bars. Cool autumn nights. Football games. And gooey delicious desserts to enjoy after dinner. It's all good.
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  1. Sounds great Brenda!! Looks good!! I'm so ready for fall and ready to decorate. We have pumpkins in our Walmart. Heat...be gone please! Love your new header!!!

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  2. Those look wonderful-I've been craving some pumpkin goodies! I may have to try one of these!

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  3. I just gained 5 pounds looking at those delish pics, Brenda!

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  4. I have a great idea....make some of these wonderful treats and invite us all over!!!!!!

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  5. Oh my gosh, my mouth is watering just looking at those yummy pictures! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. The cinnamon roll bread pudding is calling me. They all look good, but that one has my name all over it.

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  7. Oh dear, they all look amazing!The cinnamon roll bread pudding trifle is calling me as well....but then so is the apple cake (it looks so moist) and I love anything made from pumpkin.
    Linda
    mysewwhatblog

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  8. I love lots of cinnamon so some of these look great!~

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  9. I would have to make these when we have guests...otherwise I would eat way too much! I make pumpkin bread and bake in coffee cans, I have donated t
    hem for bake sales & I also take some to a couple of my doctors.

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  10. That pumpkin cheesecake had me at hello! I'm pretending that I'm having a slice while drinking my coffee while reading all my favorite blogs...I'm talented like that. Ha! Have a wonderful Saturday, Brenda!

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  11. These look fantastic...I'm Pinning a few. Happy Saturday!

    Jane xx

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  12. The peanut butter fudge would fix every woe. Good Lord!

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  13. I've been thinking the same thing, Brenda. I'm so ready for cooler weather and in the mood for something sweet! I could devour any of these treats you've featured. Yes, I'd try pumpkin fudge in a heartbeat! That sounds so good. I've made and tried a lot of different fudges but never pumpkin. And that cheesecake looks amazing. It sort of looks like it's got some caramel mixed with the almonds on top. Can you tell my mouth is watering!?!! haha

    Have a nice weekend!

    Nancy

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  14. Those all look good. I'm ready for fall here. It has been hot here but nothing like what you have had. I'd melt there.

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  15. I do not eat sugar foods but these are so nice for guests. I am cooking desserts for 300 for a non profit Halloween party that serves our homeless mentally challenged residents. I think those smores will be a big hit.

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  16. and just when I told my Dr. I would be a good girl..sigh..

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  17. Your new header made me SMILE!! I love it! Reminded me that it's just like my house, this time of year - I change out my wreath over the mantle to a "Fall" one, pull out my autumn dishes to start using, and already the house begins to "feel" like Fall, even if the outside Texas temperature is still in the 90's. Now, if I start cooking some of those incredible looking desserts you posted - it'll SMELL like fall as well! YUM!

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  18. I was wondering how to get the recipe for fall sweet treats. They look so good. Thanks. You can email me at lb.merrill@yahoo.com

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I always enjoy reading your comments and having you join the conversation here at Cozy Little House. It is like having a gathering of friends sitting in my cozy apartment. Enjoying coffee and dessert, chatting and having a good time. I appreciate each and every one of you!

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