I’m all for warm cozy stuff right now. You probably are too. We’ve had a couple of smaller snows here, but it still doesn’t really feel like winter. It’s been pretty mild, but I’m just over here pretending it’s full-on winter and this recipe, this is a winter one guys.

It’s another weekend, and another cookie post. I’m here for it this year, I’m going hard on cookies for the winter. Have I ever not gone hard for? I’m not sure. But I am sure that these cookies are some high-level-delicious stuff you guys. HIGH. LEVEL.

Hey guys! I’m so excited to be sharing a recipe with you today that has been in the works for a long time! I’ve teamed up with Alicia from The Dizzy Cook to create this Heal-Your-Headache friendly recipe. If you’re at sea level- you can head on over to The Dizzy Cook to get the recipe adapted for your altitude. And if you’re at high-altitude like me, I’ve got it all set up for you below!

\I don’t know if you guys are early Christmas decorators like me, but we’re officially in the holiday season! And that means cookies. Let this be the first holiday cookie you make this year- it’s a great combo of a molasses cookie and an oatmeal cookie, and you won’t regret anything about it.

Pumpkin pie or pecan pie? Why not both guys, I’m here to give it to you this year. This is a rich, creamy pumpkin pie topped with a sweet, crunchy, pecan pie layer. It’s the best of both worlds, and it’s everything you want in a fall pie. Make it for the holidays, make for a Saturday night.

Hey guys! In the spirit of pumpkin season, I’m doing a few great pumpkin recipes in the next few weeks, including this Pumpkin Sheet Cake frosted with the most amazing maple frosting.

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