Currently Crushing On. 

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Happy weekend! There is just nothing better than OCTOBERING!

I’m ready for it. All weekend.

I finally put together my favorite Trader Joe’s cheeseboard for you! It’s an exclusive to my email subscribers and you can grab it here!

Annnnd a super late update on my little bug Emilia… how is she almost one?

I hope you guys have a fabulous weekend! xoxo

Favorites this week!

Iced spice coconut latte. What! I need this.

Well this instant pot applesauce might make me an instant pot convert.

Healthy sweet potato muffins!

How stunning is this Thanksgiving centerpiece?!

Pumpkin butter thumbprints. These are insaaaane.

Basically want to drink this maple balsamic vinaigrette.

So much yes: smoked salmon and chive biscuits!

This pumpkin cake roll is gorgeous.

Broccoli cheese soup that looks like perfection.

Craving these turkey meatballs with arrabiatta sauce.

This gluten free cake with caramel frosting looks fantastic.

Hello butternut apple cranberry sandwich! So good.

Masala chai carrot cupcakes! I’m into these.

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Pumpkin Coconut Cake. 

I have been straight up obsessed with a coconut pumpkin cake for weeks.

This pumpkin coconut cake is super tender and delicious and comes together quickly in a baking dish! It's spiced for the season and covered in a fluffy coconut cream cheese frosting. You can made it ahead of time for a crowd and it's a huge hit! I howsweeteats.com #pumpkin #cake

Months maybe. All I could thinking about was pumpkin coconut cake!

And I reallllly wanted to make a pumpkin coconut layer cake but after the salted chocolate stout cake, I was all layer caked out.

Meaning: I had no patience left.

Enter the easiest pumpkin coconut cake for you.

This pumpkin coconut cake is super tender and delicious and comes together quickly in a baking dish! It's spiced for the season and covered in a fluffy coconut cream cheese frosting. You can made it ahead of time for a crowd and it's a huge hit! I howsweeteats.com #pumpkin #cake

My mom and I both thought that this cake was a little reminiscent of a dessert that Mother Lovett called “fruit punch bars” and used to make all the time. It was basically just a sheet cake recipe and it might have used a can of fruit cocktail or something, because I have no idea why it would have the name otherwise. And it wasn’t super fruit punchy.

It were more coconut and almost spice-cake like.

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We definitely aren’t making fruit punch bars here, but this might be beter.

The cake stays super tender from the coconut. I went ahead and threw coconut in both the cake and the frosting (after rambling about my love of all things coconut yesterday, you can see why) and I love the way it changes the cake – but ever so slightly.

To me, pumpkin desserts all seem to taste the same. And I don’t love a lot of the actual spice in pumpkin spice, so I didn’t go overboard here. You might want to add a little more if you love it like crazy.

Between the pumpkin and the coconut, it stays super moist and goes the distance. This is a cake that does not dry out!

This pumpkin coconut cake is super tender and delicious and comes together quickly in a baking dish! It's spiced for the season and covered in a fluffy coconut cream cheese frosting. You can made it ahead of time for a crowd and it's a huge hit! I howsweeteats.com #pumpkin #cake

The frosting is a cream cheese coconut frosting because apparently 2018 is the year that I abuse cream cheese frosting. I know, I know. I have used it on EVERYTHING. All the desserts and cakes and what not.

And the cake comes together FAST. I didn’t even use my stand mixer – just a big bowl and a whisk! If you measure out all of your ingredients ahead of time, it will come together quickly and be in the oven for about 30. Give it some cooling time and then frost. It’s SO easy.

This pumpkin coconut cake is super tender and delicious and comes together quickly in a baking dish! It's spiced for the season and covered in a fluffy coconut cream cheese frosting. You can made it ahead of time for a crowd and it's a huge hit! I howsweeteats.com #pumpkin #cake

Just like that, you’re eating pumpkin coconut cake.

This pumpkin coconut cake is super tender and delicious and comes together quickly in a baking dish! It's spiced for the season and covered in a fluffy coconut cream cheese frosting. You can made it ahead of time for a crowd and it's a huge hit! I howsweeteats.com #pumpkin #cake

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Pumpkin Coconut Cake with Coconut Cream Cheese Frosting

This pumpkin coconut cake is super tender and delicious and comes together quickly in a baking dish! It’s spiced for the season and covered in a fluffy coconut cream cheese frosting. You can made it ahead of time for a crowd and it’s a huge hit!

Ingredients:

  • cups all-purpose flour
  • 2/3 cup sweetened shredded coconut
  • teaspoons baking powder
  • teaspoon salt
  • teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon ginger
  • 1/4 teaspoon cardamom
  • 1/4 teaspoon allspice
  • 4 large eggs
  • 3/4 cup coconut oil, melted
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1/2 cup loosely packed brown sugar
  • 1 (15 ounce) can pumpkin puree
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract

coconut cream cheese frosting

  • 2 (8-ounce) blocks cream cheese
  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter
  • 2 1/2 cups powdered sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 teaspoon coconut extract
  • 1/2 cup sweetened shredded coconut

Directions:

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Grease a 9×13 inch baking dish with nonstick spray.

In a bowl, whisk together the flour, coconut, baking powder, salt, soda, cinnamon, ginger, cardamom and allspice.

In a larger bowl, whisk together the eggs, coconut oil, sugars and pumpkin puree until smooth and combined. Stir in the vanilla extract.

Mix in the dry ingredients until they are all combined, being careful not to overmix. Spread the batter in the greased pan. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes, or until the center is no longer jiggy. Let cool completely before frosting.

coconut cream cheese frosting

In the bowl of an electric mixer, beat cream cheese until smooth. Gradually add in powdered sugar with the mixer on low speed, increasing the speed once all of the sugar is added. Add in vanilla and coconut extracts, then beat on medium to medium-high speed for a good 2 to 3 minutes until creamy, scraping down the sides if needed. Frost the cooled cake and sprinkle the coconut on top.

cake slightly adapted from genius kitchen

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This pumpkin coconut cake is super tender and delicious and comes together quickly in a baking dish! It's spiced for the season and covered in a fluffy coconut cream cheese frosting. You can made it ahead of time for a crowd and it's a huge hit! I howsweeteats.com #pumpkin #cake

Definitely can be breakfast. It’s October!

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Salted Maple Power Coffee. 

We have reached hot-coffee weather status here.

This salted maple power coffee is the perfect creamy pick-me up. Maple syrup, coconut butter and sea salt are blended with hot coffee to make the most deliciously whipped hot, frothy latte-like drink, without any dairy! I howsweeteats.com #coffee #coconutbutter

And while I will ALWAYS forever be an iced coffee person, I do make an exception for my favorite power coffee!

Especially in the afternoon. Always in the afternoon.

This salted maple power coffee is the perfect creamy pick-me up. Maple syrup, coconut butter and sea salt are blended with hot coffee to make the most deliciously whipped hot, frothy latte-like drink, without any dairy! I howsweeteats.com #coffee #coconutbutter

Remember last winter when I made the coconut chai power coffee? I looooove that stuff.

Even if I keep typing “powder” every time I type “power.” A slip of the finger would not be good for power coffee.

This is… SALTED MAPLE. Salted freaking maple people!

Maple and I are turning a corner. I mean, it started last year. But I’ve never been into maple anything – I barely even liked syrup on pancakes as kid.

Let’s be real though: this was probably born my from crazy obsession with that salted cream cold brew at Starbucks this summer. That stuff is addictive.

This salted maple power coffee is the perfect creamy pick-me up. Maple syrup, coconut butter and sea salt are blended with hot coffee to make the most deliciously whipped hot, frothy latte-like drink, without any dairy! I howsweeteats.com #coffee #coconutbutter

I add collagen too. I use this one. It’s basically just a part of my routine. It dissolves completely in hot liquid. Can’t even tell it is there.

Ever since I started putting collagen in my coffee a few years ago, I almost can’t go without it. Well, yes I can, but I prefer not to. Making the power coffee or adding the collagen gives it more lasting power for me. It doesn’t ever make me feel jittery and I rarely feel any sort of crash. I’m also only drinking one cup even though I want to have 64 cups. Every dang day.

I’ve only been drinking one cup of coffee since before I got pregnant with Max. Back when I was working on Seriously Delish I had a few days where I would drink like four or five cups, with a few of them happening at 5PM and nothing makes me feel as awful as that. Still remember the jitters and headache and crash!

This salted maple power coffee is the perfect creamy pick-me up. Maple syrup, coconut butter and sea salt are blended with hot coffee to make the most deliciously whipped hot, frothy latte-like drink, without any dairy! I howsweeteats.com #coffee #coconutbutter

SO! I did something a little different here from my normal power coffee. Instead of coconut oil, I used coconut butter.

Coconut butter is pure heaven to me. I want to eat it straight out of the jar, always. Coconut butter is the meat of the coconut that has been whipped into a butter. I’ve been nuts over coconut for as long as I could remember – I think I used to get excited over coconut shampoo at the age of, like, seven.

Needless to say, I should buy stock in coconut butter. That is how much I live for it.

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It is SO good in the coffee. Of course, you have to blend it. But the coconut butter makes it super creamy. I added a touch of coconut milk here again, but you probably don’t even have to. It’s as close to a latte as I’ve got here at home without it being an actual latte, and with it having some of the ingredients I really like incorporated.

Between the maple, coconut butter and salt, I’m desperately trying not to revisit the multiple-cups-a-day habit.

This salted maple power coffee is the perfect creamy pick-me up. Maple syrup, coconut butter and sea salt are blended with hot coffee to make the most deliciously whipped hot, frothy latte-like drink, without any dairy! I howsweeteats.com #coffee #coconutbutter

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Salted Maple Power Coffee

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup of freshly brewed hot coffee (or 1 or 2 shots of espresso)
  • 1 tablespoon coconut butter
  • 1 tablespoon maple syrup
  • 1 tablespoon coconut cream or almond milk
  • pinch of sea salt
  • pinch of cinnamon or nutmeg for the top

Directions:

Add the coffee, coconut butter, maple syrup, coconut cream/milk and salt into a blender. Blend carefully since it’s hot – cover with a towel and start at low speed. Blend until frothy and combined, then pour in a mug and sprinkle with cinnamon or nutmeg. Drink up!

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This salted maple power coffee is the perfect creamy pick-me up. Maple syrup, coconut butter and sea salt are blended with hot coffee to make the most deliciously whipped hot, frothy latte-like drink, without any dairy! I howsweeteats.com #coffee #coconutbutter

Looks like the coziest!

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Yogurt and Lemon Marinated Grilled Chicken. 

I have a new not-your-average-and-boring chicken dish for you!

This yogurt marinated chicken recipe is super flavorful, tender, juicy and delicious. The fresh lemon adds a kick of flavor and it's a versatile recipe you can make for lunch or dinner. Grill it and serve with your favorite side, then use the leftovers for lunch! I howsweeteats.com #yogurt #chicken #lemon #grilled #healthy #recipes

And I’m still very happy to report over here that I’m kind of back into chicken. Well, a bit. This bruschetta chicken here changed the game for me and I started enjoying the taste more. It’s always been the texture that turns me off, so I have to find something I SUPER love. Enter yogurt marinated chicken.

Chicken is easily one of Eddie’s favorite foods so I’m always constantly on my mission to find the non-boring chicken recipes.

And while this one may LOOK a little boring, I promise you it isn’t.

This yogurt marinated chicken recipe is super flavorful, tender, juicy and delicious. The fresh lemon adds a kick of flavor and it's a versatile recipe you can make for lunch or dinner. Grill it and serve with your favorite side, then use the leftovers for lunch! I howsweeteats.com #yogurt #chicken #lemon #grilled #healthy #recipes

We all need one of those chicken recipes. One of the simple ones that works as an entrée type dinner thing but it’s neutral enough that it can be served with any and all sides. Or can be chopped up or shredded and used in sandwiches or tacos or on pizza and all that jazz.

But at the same time – still has flavor. Isn’t too PLAIN. It’s boring. It’s dry and… ick.

This is one of those!

I’m obsessed with this yogurt marinated chicken because you can do whatever you want with it. You can keep the base marinade and grill it or bake it and then use it as you wish.

It’s great in pitas with hummus. It’s perfect to meal prep for the week ahead: you can make salads or sandwiches or heck, even use the leftovers in soup.

And it’s great on its own served for dinner with these burst cherry tomatoes and some quinoa or kale chips. It’s so flavorful and tender!

Of course, you can change up herbs or spices in the yogurt too. But the general flavor and marinade leaves it super tender and delicious and yields a customizable result once the chicken is done.

This yogurt marinated chicken recipe is super flavorful, tender, juicy and delicious. The fresh lemon adds a kick of flavor and it's a versatile recipe you can make for lunch or dinner. Grill it and serve with your favorite side, then use the leftovers for lunch! I howsweeteats.com #yogurt #chicken #lemon #grilled #healthy #recipes

Yogurt marinating is one of my favorite methods because it really helps to keep the chicken juicy! And oddly enough, even though I prefer greek style yogurt over regular for eating, I actually love using regular plain yogurt for marinating. Since it’s not quite as thick, it kind of acts like buttermilk. It’s the best, trust me.

This is kind of a transition recipe for us. We’re still doing a lot of grilling – maybe not as much during the week but at least every weekend. And I still actually have a few tomatoes left on the vine! I managed to kill everything else though. Don’t worry.

So for a super simple idea dinner, you could serve this with a little yogurt dip and some of the pan-burst garlic cherry tomatoes. Then just use your favorite side or whatever the heck you have left in the fridge. The little mash up recipe here is so flavorful that you can even get away with plain brown rice or quinoa. And the leftovers make for an amazing lunch.

And you’l probably want to drink the yogurt dip! Just sayin’.

This yogurt marinated chicken recipe is super flavorful, tender, juicy and delicious. The fresh lemon adds a kick of flavor and it's a versatile recipe you can make for lunch or dinner. Grill it and serve with your favorite side, then use the leftovers for lunch! I howsweeteats.com #yogurt #chicken #lemon #grilled #healthy #recipes

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Yogurt and Lemon Marinated Grilled Chicken

This yogurt marinated chicken recipe is super flavorful, tender, juicy and delicious. The fresh lemon adds a kick of flavor and it’s a versatile recipe you can make for lunch or dinner. Grill it and serve with your favorite side, then use the leftovers for lunch!

Ingredients:

  • 1 1/2 pounds boneless, skinless chicken thighs
  • 1 cup plain yogurt (I like 2% or whole fat)
  • 1 lemon, all zest freshly grated and juiced
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon pepper

lemon chive yogurt dip

  • 2/3 cup plain yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 lemon, juiced
  • 1/2 teaspoon fresh lemon zest (from the lemon you juice)
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
  • pinch of smoked paprika
  • pinch of cayenne pepper
  • 2 tablespoons chopped chives

burst garlic cherry tomatoes

  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 cup cherry tomatoes
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • pinch of salt and pepper

Directions:

Place the chicken in a ziplock bag or baking dish. In a bowl, whisk together the yogurt, lemon zest, lemon juice, olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper. Pour the mixture of the chicken and toss to coat. Marinate for at least 2 hours or even overnight.

When ready to grill, preheat your grill to high for at least 10 minutes. Remove the chicken with kitchen tongs and place it directly on the hot grates. Grill for 3 to 4 minutes, then flip and grill for 5 minutes more. Flip once or twice more for about a minute each, totally your cook time to 10 or 12 minutes. You want the internal temperature of the thighs to be 165 degrees F. Remove the thighs from the grill and let them rest for 10 minutes before serving.

lemon chive yogurt dip

Whisk together the ingredients in a bowl until combined. This says great in the fridge for a day or two.

burst garlic cherry tomatoes

Heat a nonstick skillet over medium heat and add the olive oil. Add in the tomatoes and toss to coat in the oil. Cook, stirring or shaking the pan often, until the tomatoes begin to burst, about 8 to 10 minutes. Stir in the garlic. Cook for another minute then turn off the heat. Stir in the salt and pepper.

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This yogurt marinated chicken recipe is super flavorful, tender, juicy and delicious. The fresh lemon adds a kick of flavor and it's a versatile recipe you can make for lunch or dinner. Grill it and serve with your favorite side, then use the leftovers for lunch! I howsweeteats.com #yogurt #chicken #lemon #grilled #healthy #recipes

Changing the game for me, really.

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Tuesday Things. 

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1. Reeeeally craving a pumpkin chocolate cheesecake bar.

2. You guys may remember I have wanted an Apple watch forever and I’m finally going to bite the bullet. Well, I tried over the weekend and the one I wanted was sold out. Whomp whomp. My instant gratification internet brain can’t get over it. If you have the new one, give me deets below!

3. Something super exciting! I finally am sharing my favorite Trader Joe’s exclusive cheese board, right here. Go get it!

4. After feeling like I lost all semblance of a productive morning routine/workout schedule/weekly and monthly planning routine for life and work since having Emilia, I’ve been working so hard to get back on track and have found some things that work for me. I’m thinking about doing a post on a few in time for the new year if you’re interested.

5. I’m obviously loving This Is Us but ugh, guys I like just can’t take it. I can’t be emotionally devastated every week by a TV show, ha. I also hate to say it but I’m really into A Million Little Things! I can’t believe how quickly they revealed what they revealed to the group.

6. Oh and I also sort of want to watch The Haunting of Hill House on Netflix but am petrified. I mean, I can’t even stand to watch scary movie commercials. Let alone an entire show.

7. Hi my name is Jessica and I am obsessed with buying holiday clothing for my kids. Not fancy clothes, but cute themed holiday stuff. Intervention needed, since it can be worn for approximately 43 seconds. K thanks.

8. Oh also! My new strategy in Christmas shopping is just snapping a photo of everything I see when I’m out. Lots of random photos on my phone but it’s working super well. Not that I buy anything before, like, November 20. I adore the hustle and bustle.

9. Have you ever had an emotional cold. Very into this idea.

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Hot Pretzel Panzanella with Mustard Vinaigrette. 

I didn’t even know I could love a salad like I do a soft pretzel panzanella!

This soft pretzel panzanella with mustard vinaigrette is the best flavor combination for a fall salad there is! Crispy bacon, brussels sprouts, caramelized onion and chopped apple comes together to make for a satisfying delicious autumn salad. I howsweeteats.com #soft #pretzel #panzanella #mustard #apple #brusselssprouts

Yes. Hot pretzels in our salad. This might just be the best day ever!

This soft pretzel panzanella with mustard vinaigrette is the best flavor combination for a fall salad there is! Crispy bacon, brussels sprouts, caramelized onion and chopped apple comes together to make for a satisfying delicious autumn salad. I howsweeteats.com #soft #pretzel #panzanella #mustard #apple #brusselssprouts

Remember a few weeks ago when I shared my favorite autumn beers and a hot pretzel bar?

WELL.

This is what you do when you have lots of soft pretzels left over! Use them as bread chunks to make a panzanella salad.

With a mustard vinaigrette of course!

And apples. Some brussels. Then bacon. And caramelized onions.

Basically a bunch of my favorite fall things, throw together in a “salad.”

Ridiculous flavor bomb, right here.

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What I like to do with all the components is cook them in one skillet. Do the bacon first, then caramelize the onions, then finish with the brussels. While that is all happening you can make your dressing and chop your apples. It’s a little high-maintence because onions take a while to caramelize, but you can always throw a touch of honey or maple syrup in there to speed things up.

The great part about this salad, however, is that it can be composed of leftovers! You could have leftover brussels or bacon and use them as the base with your pretzels, The onions cook quickly with the added sugar and while the entire depth of flavor may not be there, this could still be on your table in 20ish minutes if you’re using leftovers.

I LOVE that.

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So yes, October is looking AMAZING so far. If we can eat a soft pretzel salad, everyone wins.

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Hot Pretzel Panzanella with Mustard Vinaigrette

This soft pretzel panzanella with mustard vinaigrette is the best flavor combination for a fall salad there is! Crispy bacon, brussels sprouts, caramelized onion and chopped apple comes together to make for a satisfying delicious autumn salad.

Ingredients:

  • 2 to 3 cups leftover soft pretzels
  • 4 slices bacon, chopped
  • 1 sweet onion
  • 4 garlic cloves, minced
  • 1 1/2 cups brussels sprouts, stems removed and chopped
  • 1 cup chopped honeycrisp apple
  • salt and pepper for seasoning

mustard vinaigrette

  • 3 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 1 tablespoon dijon mustard
  • 2 garlic cloves, finely minced or pressed
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper
  • 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil

Directions:

It’s up to you if you want to toast your soft pretzels! With some soft pretzels, it can make them super hard. You want the pretzels to be almost crouton like, but you don’t want them to break your teeth. And the idea with a panzanella is that you let the bread cubes soak up the dressing.

If you wish to toast your pretzel cubes, preheat the oven to 350 degrees F and line a baking sheet with foil. Drizzle a tablespoon or so of olive oil on and toast, tossing once or twice, for 10 to 12 minutes. Let cool completely before making the salad.

Heat a skillet over medium heat and add the bacon. Cook, stirring occasionally, until it is crispy and all the fat is rendered. Remove the bacon with a slotted spoon and place it on a paper towel to drain excess grease.

Remove all but 1 tablespoon bacon grease from the skillet and add the onion. Add a pinch of salt and pepper. Stir to toss. Cook over low heat, stirring often, until the onion begins to caramelize. This can take 30 to 40 minutes, but if you’re in a rush, you can speed up the process by adding 1 to 2 teaspoons of sugar, honey or maple syrup. I like my onions to be super dark and caramely and delicious! Stir in the garlic about 5 minutes before finishing the onions. Once the onions are finished, transfer them to a bowl.

Add 1 more tablespoon of the bacon grease back to the skillet and add the brussels sprouts. Add another pinch of salt and pepper. Cook, stirring often, until they become golden and slightly charred in spots, about 6 to 8 minutes. Everything should be ready to go at this point!

To assemble the salad, place the pretzel croutons in a large bowl. Drizzle about three quarters of the dressing on the cubes, tossing well. Let them sit for 5 to 10 minutes. Add the remaining ingredients – your brussels sprouts, apples, caramelized onions and bacon and toss well. Drizzle on the remaining dressing if you wish. Taste and season additionally if needed!

Serve immediately and go to  heaven.

mustard vinaigrette

In a bowl, whisk together the vinegar, honey, mustard, garlic, salt and pepper. Continue to whisk while streaming in the olive oil. This dressing stays great in the fridge in a sealed container for about a week.

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Big pumpkin beer on the side please!

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Thanksgiving with MacKenzie-Childs! Cider Glazed Turkey with Perfect Gravy. 

[This year I’m partnering with MacKenzie-Childs to show you some of my favorite Thanksgiving recipes and I’m so exciting! Check out the video and fun table setting below!]

Oooh do I have a treat for you! I’m bringing the holidays in early to share something SO special.

This dry brined turkey is a super easy recipe and foolproof for the perfect Thanksgiving! It's roasted with an apple cider glaze and served with the perfect gravy. You'll never make another gravy recipe again! Try this dry brined turkey for your best Thanksgiving ever! I howsweeteats.com #dry #brine #turkey #recipe #thanksgiving #gravy

Today we’re talking dry brined turkey and I know. I KNOW.

It may be a little early to chat about Thanksgiving yet, but I have my major planning pants on this year and I even have an entire holiday planner for myself ready to go. I don’t even know me anymore. P.S. I really want to share my planner too.

And I’m sharing this spread with you now so you can get your hands on this gorgeous decor before it is gone for the holidays.

This dry brined turkey is a super easy recipe and foolproof for the perfect Thanksgiving! It's roasted with an apple cider glaze and served with the perfect gravy. You'll never make another gravy recipe again! Try this dry brined turkey for your best Thanksgiving ever! I howsweeteats.com #dry #brine #turkey #recipe #thanksgiving #gravy

I am SO ridiculously excited to share this Thanksgiving spread with you! I’ve teamed up with MacKenzie-Childs this year to talk all things Thanksgiving (something delish is coming next week too!) and share some delish dishes.

This dry brined turkey is a super easy recipe and foolproof for the perfect Thanksgiving! It's roasted with an apple cider glaze and served with the perfect gravy. You'll never make another gravy recipe again! Try this dry brined turkey for your best Thanksgiving ever! I howsweeteats.com #dry #brine #turkey #recipe #thanksgiving #gravy

You may remember my Thanksgiving spread last year – I was all about the jewel tones. I’ve been obsessed with these colors for years.

And last year, I decided to bite the bullet and just start styling my Thanksgiving around the colors I love so much. Sure, I like to incorporate the traditional reds and oranges and yellows and maybe even browns of Thanksgiving. But I love the entire theme to also have shades of purple and wine and blue and navy and gold and green.

It feels super special to me!

This dry brined turkey is a super easy recipe and foolproof for the perfect Thanksgiving! It's roasted with an apple cider glaze and served with the perfect gravy. You'll never make another gravy recipe again! Try this dry brined turkey for your best Thanksgiving ever! I howsweeteats.com #dry #brine #turkey #recipe #thanksgiving #gravy

Enter this Pheasant Run line which I am OBSESSED with. It basically contains all of the colors I want on my Thanksgiving table in an actual place setting.

You know that I already use my courtly check chargers for every holiday – I pretty much consider them neutral under any dishes I may use. On top I have the pheasant run dinner plates and dessert plates. The purple kills me!

And these wine glasses! Adorable right? I have a super fun cocktail coming with these colors later too.

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I love MacKenzie-Childs stuff so much because it’s essentially functional décor in your kitchen. On Thanksgiving, I always feel like a bomb went off in my kitchen and there is stuff everywhere. But if I have my roasting pan out while stirring the gravy like a crazy person for 30 minutes, it’s all good since it’s SO pretty.

But enough about that though – let’s talk turkey!

This apple cider glazed turkey is SO good. I did a dry brine – in the last year I’ve fallen in love with dry brined turkey because of its ease and simplicity. And because two years ago I dropped multiple gallons of brine all over my kitchen floor the morning of. That was the end of THAT. Uh huh.

This dry brined turkey is easy though – and there isn’t a ton of prep when it comes to roasting too! I like to roast it at a high temperature and then drop it down. All while glazing and basting with an apple cider mixture every half hour or so. The flavor is divine.

I love to finish it off with my favorite perfect gravy too. You’ll recognize this recipe! My mom makes killer gravy and I’m so excited that I finally feel like I have it down pat.

This table just has me SO pumped for the coming season. The colors! The flavors! I can’t get enough and I hope you love it.

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Apple Cider Glazed Turkey with Perfect Gravy

This dry brined turkey is a super easy recipe and foolproof for the perfect Thanksgiving! It’s roasted with an apple cider glaze and served with the perfect gravy. You’ll never make another gravy recipe again! Try this dry brined turkey for your best Thanksgiving ever!

Ingredients:

cider glazed turkey

  • 1 (15-pound) whole turkey
  • 2 1/2 tablespoons kosher salt
  • 2 teaspoons sugar
  • 2 apples, cut in half
  • 1 sweet onion, cut into quarters
  • 1 large bunch of fresh sage
  • 8 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened
  • 1 cup apple cider
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar or maple syrup

perfect gravy

  • the drippings in the pan from your turkey
  • 16 ounces cold water
  • 3 heaping tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • salt and pepper!!!

Directions:

cider glazed turkey

Make sure your turkey is thawed! It can take a few days to thaw a turkey (usually 1 day per 5 pounds!) so plan accordingly. You want to dry brine your turkey at least overnight, so plan for that too! I also like to make sure my fridge has space for a day or two of brining.

In a bowl, stir together the kosher salt and sugar.

A day or two before making your turkey, pat it completely dry with paper towels. Place a wire rack on a rimmed baking sheet. You can place paper towels on the sheet to absorb any liquid that drips. Place the turkey on the wire rack and use the dry brine – separate the skin from the meat and rub the brine directly on the turkey breast and legs. Sprinkle some inside the cavity. Rub it all over the skin. Place the turkey uncovered (yes, uncovered!) in the fridge – make sure it’s not touching anything. Doing this will result in deliciously crispy and golden skin! This can be done for 24 to 48 hours.

When you’re ready to cook the turkey, preheat the oven to 425 degrees F. Take the turkey out at least 30 to 60 minutes before. You can pat it dry with paper towels if needed, but do not rinse it. Truss the legs together (great tips here!). Add the apples, onions and sage to the cavity of the turkey. Take 3 to 4 tablespoons of the softened butter and rub it under the skin, directly on the breast and thighs. You can also use any pepper here on the turkey if you wish, but no need to use any more salt!

Roast for 30 minutes.

While the turkey is roasting for the first 30 minutes, combine the remaining butter, apple cider and sugar or maple syrup in a saucepan over medium heat. Bring the mixture to a simmer and let it reduce a bit.

After that first 30 minutes, reduce the heat to 350 degrees F. Roast the turkey for 2 and 1/2 hours, basting every 30 minutes with the apple cider glaze or the drippings from the bottom of the roasting pan – or both! Set a timer so you remember to baste!

At this point, you want to continue roasting just until the temperature taken in the thigh reaches 180 degrees F.

Once the turkey is finished, let it rest for 30 to 60 minutes before slicing and serving. If you want to make it look extra pretty, you can garnish the outsides with extra sage, apples or whole pomegranates. That adds color and fun!

perfect gravy

Strain the drippings from the roasting pan into a large pot or saucepan and set it over medium heat. You can also strain the mixture out of the roasting pan and add the drippings back into the same pan to make the gravy! Add the cold water to a shaker bottle (or water bottle/mason jar) and add the flour on top. Shake the heck out of it for 30 to 60 seconds, until the flour seems completely incorporated and creates a slurry. With a whisk or fork in one hand, pour the slurry into the drippings, sitting constantly with the other hand. Continue to stir to avoid any lumps and stir until the gravy has thickened, anywhere from 10 to 20 minutes. Make sure you are scraping the bottom of the pan.

Taste the gravy and season it with salt and pepper to your liking.

this recipe combined a few of my favorite recipes and methods! my white wine butter drenched turkey, and this NYT dry brine recipe!

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Don’t you just want to jump in to that table? It’s so warm and cozy.

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Currently Crushing On. 

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Happy Saturday! I am so excited for another October weekend! We have so many fun things planned and I can’t wait to share. I hope you have a great weekend! xo

Favorites of the week:

Smoky chipotle cashew queso! How delish does that sound.

Always craving butternut squash soup.

Shredded brussels and arugula salad. Looks amazing.

I’m freaking out over these butter mochi cake muffins!

And this pumpkin chocolate chip bread. It’s perfect.

Mushroom pesto sandwich? I’m very into this.

The most beautiful cinnamon banana nut bread.

I’m a major sucker for homemade tortilla chips.

This gluten free apple crisp is stunning.

Loving on this couscous salad with feta and sun dried tomatoes!

Cheddar rye apple hand pies for the win!

Really want to try this sous vide steak. Looks incredible.

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Salted Dark Chocolate Stout Cake. 

Yes. You ARE in heaven.

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I mean, just look at this. A chocolate stout cake with flaky sea salt? It’s my ultimate DREAM. It’s rich and decadent and perfect for October or Halloween or just… Friday.

You know.

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I am not a huge layer cake person, so this is huge.

Sure, I’ll have a slice on a birthday if I’m feeling it. However, baking and making layer cakes stress me out. It requires so much patience! So much time! So much precise measurement!

But after testing this baby out a few times, I knew I couldn’t hold back on sharing my obsession.

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There is an entire bottle of stout in this cake! Actually more than an entire bottle. And I used a pumpkin stout! You can sort of taste it if you pay very close attention. In a good way, of course. There is some slight stout flavor and it’s ridiculously delish.

And if I like it, most people will. I would never sit back and actually drink a stout. But in this chocolate cake?

WOWZA.

It’s a serious dreamboat.

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Oh also, before we continue. This was one of my biggest recipe fails a few weeks ago. I was up and at ‘em a few Mondays ago and made this cake to photograph at 6AM. I was so proud of it and so excited about it, even if it did look at little… flat. Or should I just say, thinner? It looked thinner than when I had made it before.

It wasn’t until around noon when I went to assemble it that I realized I had forgot to add the sugar.

Alllll the sugar. Ummm.

So I started over and made the cake again and ended with this delicious dessert.

I’m nuts over it.

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I’m huge fan of Octoberfest food (well, that’s embarrassing because I’m really just a huge fan of soft pretzels and beer cheese) and I thought this would be the perfect dessert for October. It will work the entire month and especially on Halloween.

You could even decorate it all fancy with some orange sprinkles or something!

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The frosting? Oh, it’s only, like, my most favorite frosting ever. Since I was a kid, I’ve loved super rich thick chocolate fudge icing. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve become somewhat of a cream cheese frosting freak but the chocolate fudge will always reign supreme and be my number one. I can’t ever turn it down.

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This cake is definitely rich and you only need the tiniest piece. You have to make it for a crowd or else you will just be giving it away to everyone you see. It’s insanely satisfying and a slice or two is my limit. But I loved giving it to my family who also completely FREAKED over it.

It’s practically like eating fudge. Ridiculously fluffy, fudgy chocolate. I die.

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It’s probably the most decadent cake I’ve ever made. When you see the ingredients, you’ll be like I was. WHAT?

But that’s why you should make it for a party or a crowd or a suuuuper special occasion. Share it with everyone! You’ll be the most popular, ever.

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Salted Dark Chocolate Stout Cake

This dark chocolate stout cake is absolutely divine! It’s ridiculously rich and perfect for a crowd or a party. Pumpkin stout batter is baked into fluffy laters and covered in a super fudgy chocolate ganache. Perfect for chocolate lovers!

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups dark beer, like stout or porter (I used a pumpkin one!)
  • 2 cups (4 sticks!) unsalted butter
  • 1 1/2 cups dutch process cocoa powder (I use Rodelle)
  • 4 cups all-purpose flour
  • 4 cups sugar
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 4 large eggs
  • 3/4 cup plain greek yogurt (2% or full fat)
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1 to 2 tablespoons flaked sea salt, for sprinkling on top

fudge frosting

  • 1 pound high-quality semi-sweet chocolate, chopped
  • 2 cups heavy cream1
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Directions:

Note: I used three 9-inch cake pans, but mine were only 1 1/2 inches deep. If you have cake pans that are 2 inches+ deep, you can use two 9-inch or 3 8-inch pans. Grease your pans or spray with non-stick baking spray.

Combine the beer and butter in a saucepan over medium-low heat. Once the butter melts, whisk in the cocoa powder until smooth. Let the mixture cool to room temperature.

In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, sugar, baking powder and salt.

In the bowl of an electric mixer, beat together the eggs and yogurt. Add in the chocolate stout mixture, beating until combine. Gradually add in the flour mixture until just combined, beating for only about a mixture.

Divide the batter between the baking pans. I like to use a 1-cup measure to get equal scoops as well as my kitchen scale to make sure it’s the same weight. This will guarantee those even leveled layers.

Bake the cakes for 30 to 35 minutes (for 8 inch) or a little longer for 9 inch – until a tester in the center comes out clean. Let the cakes cool in their pans for 10 to 15 minutes, then gently invert them on parchment paper. Let cool completely before frosting.

To assemble, place the bottom layer of cake on the cake stand or plate that you’d like to use. Add a bit of the frosting (about 3 to 4 tablespoons if you have 3 layers, or more if you only have 2) and spread it to the edges. Repeat with another layer of cake. If you have a third layer, add it on top and spread the rest of the frosting on the top and down the sides. I like to smooth it out with a large spatula! Sprinkle the cake with the flaked sea salt and serve. You can also keep it chilled in the fridge (I recommend that!) and it’s unreal.

fudge frosting

Place the chopped chocolate in a large bowl.

Heat the heavy cream until it’s warm over medium heat. You just want bubbles around the edges, don’t scald it. Pour the cream over the chocolate and let it sit for 1 to 2 minutes. Stir in the vanilla and then stir until it’s smooth and combined and you have a rich chocolate ganache. Chill for 1 to 2 hours (no longer) until it’s spreadable.

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That’s so rich it almost looks fake.

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Autumn Apple Bourbon Fizz. 

If we’re not putting apple butter in our cocktail, are we even October-ing?

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That answer would be no, so an apple butter cocktail is here!

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We have a ridiculous amount of apple butter in this house. Eddie absolutely loves it and has it on toast almost daily, and he gets jars from local farms that are gigantic! The biggest jars he can find and he just enjoys the heck out of it.

I like it a lot too, but not nearly as much as he does.

However… I knew I’d love it in a cocktail.

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Apple season is just the best. Not only do we go through apple butter and apple cider, but we all (well , not Emilia yet!) eat an apple every single day. Apple freaks, I tell you! This season gives me life.

I think that’s how we say it in 2018.

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This is how good this is. And how simple:

You shake apple butter and bourbon together with ice. That’s it! Well, I like to add a pinch of cinnamon for extra warmth and seasonal love.

But that’s it!

Pour it in a glass. Add some ginger ale or ginger beer on top. Now that’s really it.

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It’s up to you whether you want the ale or the beer. The ale is sweeter and the beer is spicier. The beer has a bite and the ale is more fizzy. I like both! It depends on what kind of mood you’re in.

Keep in mind that the apple butter does sweeten the drink, so you might be team ginger beer. I usually am.

But then sometimes, I want the ginger ale taste of my youth and like to go that route. You really can’t go wrong.

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Of course, a cinnamon sugar rim is more than welcome too.

This is such a fantastic fall drink because it just warms you through, but it’s still iced and that’s my faaaaavorite kind. Must try. ASAP.

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Autumn Apple Bourbon Fizz

This apple butter cocktail is perfect for the fall season and incredible delicious! It’s super simple too: you need apple butter, bourbon and ginger ale or ginger beer. A cinnamon sugar rim and a fig garnish make it super pretty. YUM.

Ingredients:

  • orange wedges for the glass
  • 1/2 cinnamon + 1 tablespoon sugar for the rim
  • 3 tablespoons apple butter
  • 2 ounces bourbon
  • pinch of cinnamon
  • 4 to 6 ounces chilled ginger ale or ginger beer
  • fresh figs for garnish

Directions:

Rim your glass with a wedge of citrus. I like orange but lemon or lime work too! Stir together the cinnamon and sugar on a plate. Dip the rim in the cinnamon sugar.

Fill a shaker glass with ice. Add the apple butter, bourbon and a pinch of cinnamon. Shake well for 30 seconds. Pour the mixture into the glass. Fill the glass with ginger ale or ginger beer and serve!

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And then take a float on that fig raft.

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