Fall Baking Wishlist – Pumpkin Edition

Don’t tell anyone – but fall is NOT my favorite season. I know, I know  — I’m in the minority – most folks I talk to who live in Cleveland or on the East Coast LOVE fall. Sweaters, boots, cooler weather, the works – but to be honest, fall for me just makes me start to think about winter, which I do NOT love, and I really just love spring and summer.

Phew. Not that that confession is off my chest – I do want to share that I LOVE fall baking. And I love everything about pumpkin in the fall! But since we’ve been a little crazy the past few weeks with work, moving, unpacking, etc. up until this weekend, I hadn’t baked in forever. And then I went on a fall baking binge. Pumpkin granola. Pumpkin chocolate chip cookies. Pumpkin scones. Yes, I made them all. And I want to bake more! So to get myself inspired – and to satisfy those of you with the sweet tooth who are tired of my vacation posts and happy the baking posts are back – here’s what’s still on my fall baking wishlist. What’s on yours?

Fall Baking Wishlist – Pumpkin Edition

Pumpkin Biscotti from here

Pumpkin Truffles from here

Pumpkin Cookies that I made last year!

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Scones from here

And while we’re talking about pumpkin scones – what about these that I just made?

Pumpkin scones with Maple Butter Glaze from here

promise they taste better than they look.

promise they taste better than they look.

These super soft white chocolate pumpkin blondies I tried out last year as well.

And this amazing sounding cinnamon pumpkin sheet cake from here

Enjoy! What’s your favorite pumpkin recipe?

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