Wednesday, October 13, 2010

~fall~licious~

I am having a senior moment....did I share this recipe with you already?
My mom baked these for us when we were little and now I bake them for my kids, and my kids bake them for me! :)

You will love these!
Enjoy!
{and double or triple the recipe, they freeze well too!}
I will announce the winner of the wrap bracelet tomorrow so if you haven't done so yet, it's not too late to enter!
xoxo

19 comments:

Annelie said...

I was just looking for a pumpkin recipe to bake for my pumpkinbread loving son. Perfect!
It has to be good if it's being past down through generations.

Annelie

Laurie at Turner Farm said...

Oh, Thank you for sharing, love recipes that have history! Going to check out your giveaway, don't think I've entered, maybe I did? I too have senior moments!

NanaDiana said...

It's funny but it seems to me you DID publish this before somewhere. Even so-they look wonderful! Hugs- Diana

* French Farmhouse 425 * said...

~*~Im not the best at baking but these sound wonderful..I will give them a try!! Hugs, Rachel ~*~*

SHERRI ROCHA said...

ALL I CAN SAY IS YUM!!!!!! I WILL GIVE THIS RECIPE TO MY DAUGHTER TO TRY ALSO, THANKS ALSO I WOULD LOVE TO ENTERED IN TO THE CONTEST LOVE THE WRAP BRACLELET PLEASE ENTER ME THANKS XOXO SHERRI

Simply LKJ said...

I too think I remember you posting this, but sounds yummy the 2nd time around too!

VintageBookLove said...

I was going through your old posts the other day and found this recipe. I made it and although I had to bake it for 27 minutes and I could have gone a little longer, I was surprised with how incredibly delicious they were! I added extra chocolate chips and I just fell in love with them. Thank you for sharing!

Lindsay said...

Melanie! I Know you posted before, but where do you get the recipie card from?

the growers daughter said...

This couldn't have come at a better time! I'm sitting here, waiting for movers to arrive with my piano, needing something to do and feeling like making something fallish.

I'm going to give these a try!

Anonymous said...

*love* ray charles - thanks for that!

Ashley said...

I make this recipe every year and hopefully it will start a tradition! Great on those cold days! xoxoxo www.1942charm.blogspot.com

Nicole-Lynn said...

They sound delicious! Thanks for sharing!

SHERRI ROCHA said...

i was just thinking today I always start my day off with you on my favs list and listen to your music im loving lou armstrong so much really makes me feel nastalgic for my family my parents loved lou also so could you please keep him on your list for a while listening to him as I write you thanks for good music to set the day off right xoxo sherri

Annelie said...

Made it, and ate it. They were easy and yummy! And, my pumpkinbread loving son loved them of course. Just wanted you to know.

Annelie, again

Lori said...
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Lori said...

made them tonight .....scrumptious!! thankyou for sharing.

Allison said...

These sounds yummy! I love to do a lot of baking in the fall - especially with pumpkin. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

Molly said...

My 11 year old daughter and I made these today after school!!! HUGE HIT!!! Thanks for the recipe, it will be used for many years to come :)

Clementina said...

Bellissimo blog!Clementina

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