Fall is the perfect time to do some holiday cooking and baking with your friends and loved ones. We've listed some of our favorites recipes and coordinating blankets below. Happy fall y'all!
For those of you who love grilling and smoking with a Traeger grill we have an apple pie recipe that is baked right inside your Traeger and it is to die for. Si Foster at A Bountiful Kitchen is known around Utah and beyond for her amazing recipes. If you haven’t tried baking on your Traeger before, this is the perfect recipe to try out as Si walks you through each step of the process. A fresh baked pie is what inspired the name of our new Hugs Baked Apple Pie blanket, you can check that out below.
Cheesecake is scrumptious any time of year, but we think it makes a great dessert as the weather cools and summer turns to fall. This recipe is for a no bake cheesecake which means you don’t have to bother with heating the oven. It is also made using a normal baking dish and doesn’t require a special spring form cheesecake pan. This easy recipe pairs perfectly with our stretchy new Hugs Blueberry Cheesecake blanket. This blanket was named after this yummy dessert and the color that comes from the combining of blueberry filling and cheesecake.
We didn’t forget about our vegan friends! Vegan Kale Almond Pesto by Lindsay at the Toasted Pine Nut is delicious as a sauce on pasta, on a piece of sourdough toast or even just to dip crackers in. If you don’t have kale on hand for this recipe you can easily substitute another green, such as spinach or basil. This beautiful pesto is best eaten while snuggled up in a cozy green blanket from Minky Couture. We suggest our new Hugs Cactus Pear style.
This recipe for pumpkin pecan waffles is so delicious, it is definitely worth getting out of your warm bed for. The pairing of chopped pecans, maple syrup and pumpkin waffles is a match made in heaven. One of our favorite ways to enjoy a delicious weekend brunch at home is while wrapped in the luxurious comfort of a Minky Couture robe. We hope you are able to treat yourself to a self-care brunch of pumpkin pecan waffles while wrapped in the warmth of a cozy robe.
Sometimes we like to refer to our Urban Lynx blanket as the “cookie dough blanket” because we think it looks so similar to chocolate chip cookie dough. In honor of our “cookie dough blanket” we thought we’d share this recipe for cookie dough balls. There’s no better way to enjoy some edible cookie dough than while wrapped up in a cozy blanket that looks just like cookie dough!
Fall is the perfect time to bake a batch of delicious pumpkin cookies. While pumpkin flavored cookies are popular in the fall, Teighan at Half Baked Harvest shares a recipe for pumpkin shaped cookies made from a delectable sugar cookie dough. These adorable cookies would make a darling neighbor gift for Halloween or Thanksgiving. What goes better with pumpkin cookies than a pumpkin blanket! Check out our Fall Harvest blanket below to complete your holiday pumpkin needs.
Another one of our favorite recipes to whip up during the cooler months of the year is a delicious roll recipe from the legendary Lion House Pantry in Salt Lake City. If you are a Utah local you may have had the opportunity to taste one of these delicious rolls right from the source. Those who have not can bake up a batch of these rolls as a delicious addition to your next dinner or holiday party. You can find the easy recipe for these soft and fluffy rolls on the Six Sister Stuff Blog. Bonus: this link even includes a recipe for a delicious honey butter to serve with your freshly baked rolls. While this recipe is not for croissants, the cute rolled up shape of these rolls reminds us of a croissant and our Hugs Almond Croissant blanket.
Sewn with love,