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This Gingerbread Ice Cream Roll is a unique and delicious holiday dessert recipe!

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This Gingerbread Ice Cream Roll is a unique and delicious holiday dessert recipe!

You’ve seen the cake rolls on the internet, haven’t you? They look like such a fancy dessert, and they’re one that probably many people just admire and not have the confidence to make themselves. I suggest you give it a shot!  They’re really not that tough to make. Just follow the directions, and you can have yourself a pretty Gingerbread Ice Cream Roll for the holidays! How to make a Gingerbead Ice Cream Roll: The recipe begins by making a gingerbread cake to use as the base. It’s baked using an 11×15-inch rimmed baking sheet that has been lined with...

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D’s Spiced Applesauce Beignets

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D’s Spiced Applesauce Beignets

This weekend, Jake's parents were here for a visit, so I had the boys pick something to make for them. The Enthusiastic Elf picked beignets. His favorite! We added a touch of applesauce and served them with Grandma's wild Modoc plum sauce and elderberry jelly...oh, and a mountain of powdered sugar. Delicious. Ingredients  makes approximately 2 dozen, but his were larger than bite-sized 1 T  dry active yeast 3 T granulated sugar, divided 1 C warm water 3 C flour 2 T applesauce 1 t oil 1/2 t vanilla salt 2 eggs 2 t pure vanilla paste 1 t ground...

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No matter who you’re trying to impress, this blueberry scone recipe is all it takes! With tangy berries and crunchy sugar, they’re perfect for brunch.

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No matter who you’re trying to impress, this blueberry scone recipe is all it takes! With tangy berries and crunchy sugar, they’re perfect for brunch.

Ever made blueberry scones? There’s something about a scone that feels indulgent. A muffin feels a little pedestrian, but a scone. Well, a scone says, “You’re special”. Especially blueberry scones that are perfectly crumbly with tangy blueberries and a crunch of turbinado sugar on top! Alex and I don’t eat scones often, but once we created this recipe, we knew it would be perfect for entertaining. My new dream is to have house guests and greet them in the morning with some pourover coffee and a plate of fresh scones. Hostess with the mostest, over here! Let’s talk how to...

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