Falling into Fall
But it still happened. I bought two cans of 100% pumpkin puree last time I was at the grocery store. I kind of didn't think about it until I got home and was like, wait whaaaaa?
I do love fall! The crisp air, the comfort foods, the cozy sweaters, the lack of humidity. But I wasn't ready for the transition quite yet. It's not like I'm going back to school and dreading homework. My availability doesn't change with the new season. I guess it's just my fear of change kicking in, haha. So I'm hoping I can help you all with the transition as well with some intermediate recipes to try. We're not talking pumpkin pie, cranberry sauce, and casseroles just yet. Woah, let's pump the brakes. But I'll do what I can to hold your hand as we get closer to September 22nd and the actual first day of fall.
muffin tops I suppose). They were not crisp and chewy, but cakey, moist and delicious. Definitely decided these would become muffins this time around.
1/4 cup Oatmeal
1/4 cup Pecans
2 Tablespoons Brown Sugar
Bake in a 350 degree oven for about 20 minutes.
I didn't take any pictures of the plain muffins, sorry! But here are the amazing streusel topped muffins!
Ok, we're gonna make it. Fall is going to be great. Especially if you have one of these muffins to help you through.