apple sauce
Buying apple sauce out of the jar is simple and delicious, but making applesauce yourself is so much better. The added bonus is that the apple sauce is pumpkin scented. This is the perfect fall apple sauce that will be perfect to have as a mid-afternoon snack.
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Homemade sauce
Apple sauce is a nutritious addition to potato latkes, which are often served on the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah. Instead of buying it from the store, why not give this easy homemade version a try. The addition of pear gives the sauce a rounder taste and allows the sweetness from the apple to mellow out a bit. You will never go back to buying the store bought version!
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chocolate cake
This recipe is courtesy of Veestro
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4.5
Not So Sugary Vegan Sugar Cookies
Recipe Courtesy of Andrea Correale, founder and president of Elegant Affairs If you didn’t think vegan baked goods could taste good, think again. These vegan sugar cookies are a combination of subtle sweetness and a soft, chewy texture.
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4.5
Apple Sauce
Imagine fresh apples, spicy cinnamon and fragrant lemon; that’s exactly what this recipe tastes like.
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4
apple sauce
Making apple sauce at home is easier than you think — add a few ingredients into your slow cooker and walk away. Come back after a few hours and your kitchen will smell of fall apples and cinnamon.
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If you want a break from the traditionally sweet banana bread, this is the bread for you. Have no fear, though: even though this bread leaves out the sugar and oil, it packs in plenty of sweetness thanks to the overly-ripe bananas and a touch of cinnamon. 
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This moist and nutty cake spiced with cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg, is a perfect way to use up ripe pears. It is not too sweet, and can be enjoyed sliced as a breakfast-loaf, or topped with ice cream for a delicious dessert. It can also baked into muffin tins, making for a quick and easy breakfast to take on-the-go.
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The last couple of weeks have been very long days with a busy kitchen. At the end of the day I really enjoy a cup of tea. Today I decided to create this Paleo Apple Cinnamon Donuts. I have been using a lot of squash and pumpkin in my recipes and every farm stand around here offers apple donuts. I have been strong but decided to make myself paleo donuts! I was very happy with the results. If you are looking for a paleo recipe that will make a great treat for breakfast or an afternoon snack here you go! Enjoy For this recipe and other entertaining tips from Cindy's Table, click here and sign up for my newsletter.
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Potato latkes
The key to this recipe is frying the potatoes as soon as your ingredients are combined. You don't want the grated potatoes to sit around or they will turn brown fast. Using a food processor to grate your ingredients will make this a lot easier and make sure you work swiftly. If your mixture is too wet, add more breadcrumbs.For more classic Hanukkah dishes, click here.
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cake
"Danes have a special love for layer cakes, especially homemade ones; there are a lot of family recipes! These crisp layers are a classic Danish way to make the layer cake at home, and I always make this in winter. The cream for this is partly inspired by my favourite Danish author Karen Blixen – she has described the cake as part of her dinner party repertoire." Trine Hahnemann Recipe Courtesy of Trine Hahnemann from her cookbook Scandinavian Comfort Food. Click here to purchase your own copy. 
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Pecan Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal Cookies
The cookies are so soft and chewy and the combination of old-fashioned oats and pecans with pumpkin spice is splendid. — Dishes and Dust Bunnies 
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2.5