Creamy Butternut Apple Soup

Creamy butternut apple soup is perfect for a chilly day, and a delicious way to get several servings of fruit and veggies! Chock full of Vitamin A too!

We discovered a new favorite soup this winter. And I found a new way to get my family to eat squash! Woohoo! The awesome convergence of my friend’s over-producing garden (she gave me a whole box of butternut squash!) plus a great sale on organic apples led to this happy discovery. At first it seemed a bit odd. Apples in soup? I knew I was going to have to keep this ingredient on the low down until everyone tried the soup. Sometimes our brains get in the way of our taste buds, you know what I mean? Surprisingly, Creamy Butternut [...] Read more »

Candy Corn Fudge

White Chocolate Candy Corn Fudge - a great way to use left over candy corn.

October 30 is National Candy Corn Day! In honor of this auspicious occasion how about making some white chocolate Candy Corn Fudge? We put this recipe together last year for our friends at Build A Menu. Candy Corn Fudge   Print Prep time 30 mins Total time 30 mins   Make candy corn fudge for your fall celebration! Author: Blossoms and Posies Recipe type: Dessert You’ll need… 1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, softened to room temperature 4 cups confectioners’ sugar 1½ teaspoons vanilla extract 11 oz bag white chocolate chips ¾ cup candy corn Here’s what to do… Line [...] Read more »

Pumpkin Pecan Muffins

Moist pumpkin pecan muffins bring the taste of fall to your tea party or breakfast table

Mini muffins often find their way onto our breakfast menu, and they are absolutely a staple for afternoon tea. These wee pumpkin pecan muffins are easy to make. The pecan pressed into the top of each muffin dresses them up for setting out on a pretty tray for afternoon tea. Remember to be gentle when you mix muffins if you are using wheat flour. Too much stirring will activate the gluten in the flour and you will have chewy muffins, instead of tender yumminess!   Pumpkin Pecan Mini Muffins   Print Prep time 10 mins Cook time 10 mins Total [...] Read more »

Pumpkin Deviled Eggs

Kid friendly Pumpkin Deviled Eggs - not spicy!

  Find our Pumpkin Deviled Eggs recipe and tutorial at Build A Menu   Check out these cuties! Sure, deviled eggs (angeled eggs?) are often associated with Easter, but we like to eat them all year ’round. Why not make them fun for fall? Along with little brother Josh, we made this recipe for our friends at Build A Menu. I (Mrs. Brown) had seen a recipe that looked like this, that was spicy hot (sriracha sauce!) and knew we could come up with a way to make them kid-friendly. Sure enough, these pumpkin deviled eggs aren’t spicy and we [...] Read more »