What could be better than Honey Baked Ham? Well, some say there is no substitute for HoneyBaked ham, but this pineapple brown sugar ham recipe will leave you more than satisfied.
If you want to prepare an amazing and unforgettable holiday dish that is fast, easy, and sooooo delicious, this pineapple brown sugar ham is definitely a recipe you need. I am sure you will love it!
This pineapple brown sugar ham will be gone before you know it!
I got this recipe from my mother-in-law, and I usually cook it at least once a year, for either Thanksgiving or Christmas.
WHAT’S THE TRICK TO THIS HONEY-BAKED HAM DUPE???
What’s the trick, or what makes this recipe different? A brown paper bag! It’s true! The bag not only helps with flavoring it also pulls the extra sodium out of the ham, so you don’t have a “salty pig.”
Where do you get a brown bag? Most of your grocery stores always ask “paper or plastic” right? just ask the cashier for an extra unused bag!
The brown sugar and pineapple juices caramelize on the outside of the ham, creating a delicious crispy crust. This is one of those super easy recipes that are so good you’ll want to make it again and again. The ham will be tender and juicy, and it has a delicious brown sugar crust on the outside. You can serve this with pineapple rings or slices, but I like to serve it with some pineapple sauce for extra flavor.
This is a great recipe to make if you’re hosting a large crowd at your home, especially for the holidays. It’s easy to make and has very few ingredients. I would recommend using a spiral-cut ham, but you can use any kind of ham that you like.
Ahh, the classic holiday ham. A delicious addition to your family’s Thanksgiving or Christmas meal.
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Who doesn’t love a good pumpkin recipe? But let’s be honest, sometimes all the work involved with pumpkin bakes can get a little daunting. And by daunting, I mean killing any desire you might have to actually make something that includes those original orange gourds of fall. That’s when these salted caramel pumpkin cookies come in to save the day!
These cookies are super easy to make, but they taste like you spent hours in your kitchen slaving over a hot stove. The caramel bits are rich and buttery, and the pumpkin puree gives them just the right amount of sweetness without being cloying. And let’s not forget about that salted caramel topping!
You only need 5 ingredients:
The cookies are so easy to make. All you need is a super moist Spice Cake Mix. This recipe makes about 18 cookies, but you can easily double it. I would suggest storing these cookies in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 5 days or freezing them for up to 3 months.
If you’re looking for a fall dessert that’s out of the box, give these salted caramel pumpkin cookies a try. The taste and the textures will surprise you, and the process is surprisingly simple.
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If you’re looking for a delicious way to ring in pumpkin spice season at your house. Well, I have a recipe that fits the bill! Pumpkin biscuits are the perfect probiotic food for fall because of their seasonal flavors, but also because they’re high in beta-carotene, are a great source of vitamin C, and are low in calories. Also — did I mention they taste wonderful?
These pumpkin biscuits are a great way to celebrate fall. They’re delicious, moist, and full of seasonal flavors. You can enjoy them fresh out of the oven or reheated with some butter and honey on top!
THREE TIPS FOR PERFECT PUMPKIN BISCUITS
- Keep your cold ingredients cold. Store your buttermilk in the refrigeration until you are ready to use it; cube your butter and place it in the freezer 20 minutes prior to cutting it into your dough.
- Fold your wet mixture gently into the flour mixture just until it’s moistened. Add fold layers when kneading to create flaky layers.
- Use non-aluminum baking powder to avoid that metallic taste.
The recipe below makes about 6-10 biscuits. The size of your biscuit cutter will determine how many biscuits you get from this batch, but don’t worry — they’re so good that they’ll go fast anyway! So whether you make one dozen or two dozen (or more!), I hope you enjoy them as much as we do. Be Well-Omniley
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If you’re looking for the perfect autumnal party appetizer, look no further than this pumpkin spice-themed fall dessert charcuterie board.
I love hosting parties. It’s a chance to get together with friends and family, try new recipes, and share some laughs. But when it comes down to it, I’m always looking for ways to make entertaining easier for myself.
One of my favorite ways to throw a party is with a dessert charcuterie board. The concept is simple: Take your favorite sweet and savory snacks and pair them together on one plate. This makes for an easy, stress-free party that looks impressive but doesn’t take much time or effort to prepare.
The best thing about these boards? They’re customizable! If you want more savory items, add more meat and cheese items; if you prefer sweets, add more cake slices and cookies.
Dessert charcuterie boards are a fun way to serve dessert and the perfect way to introduce your guests to new flavors. The best part? They’re easy to put together.
Here are some of our favorites desserts for our fall charcuterie boards:
That’s all there is to it! Hopefully, this charcuterie board will help you find some inspiration to make your own. If you try out one of our sweet or savory recipes, let us know how you like it by leaving a comment below. And if there’s anything else, anything at all that you want to hear about in future posts, please let us know.
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- Pirouette french vanilla
- Tates Bakes pumpkin spice cookies
- Milani pumpkin spice cookies
- Apple Caramels
- sourdough pretzel nibblers
- Goldfish pumpkin spice
- pistachios in the shell
- white chocolate chips
- 2 mini pumpkins for decorations
- Start by placing a mini pumpkin in the center of the platter (real or fake).
- Next, add your linear items (Pirouette cookies)
- Layer your large cookies
- Add the medium-sized items (milano cookies and caramels)
- Fill in with the smaller items (goldfish and pistachios).
- Enjoy immediately, or wrap well with plastic wrap until ready to serve.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 137Total Fat: 4gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 1mgSodium: 126mgCarbohydrates: 23gFiber: 2gSugar: 9gProtein: 3g
Today’s post is all about my porch decor for fall.
I love decorating my porch for fall! I have always enjoyed decorating for the seasons, and this is one of my favorite times to do it. I have found adding some fall colors with mums, marigolds, and pumpkins embraces the oncoming season. I also like to bring out the reds and oranges of the leaves with a few large leaf arrangements.
Seasonal decorating is a fun way to add some spice to your home. It’s also a great way to get into the holiday spirit.
I am a sucker for all things pumpkins, so when I saw these adorable pumpkins at Marshalls, I had to grab them. I think they complement my bed swing well.
Pumpkins are one of the most affordable decorations you can use in your outdoor space. They come in all shapes and sizes, so finding one that fits your decor will be easy. If you want something more unique than the typical round pumpkin, try an oblong shape or even a mini gourd!
Mums are another great way to add color to your porch bed swing for fall! You can plant them in pots on your porch railing or place them in decorative baskets next to your swing.
I have a porch swing that my husband and son made for me a few years ago (check out the DIY). It’s very special to me. I try not to cover it up with too many items, but I like adding some fall touches, such as these pumpkins and throw. I also have a few pumpkins on the front porch, and some fall decorations. I love to decorate for the holidays, so I like to add some touches that will last all season long.
What do you think? Do you love the idea as I do? Are you looking forward to fall and all of the activities it has to offer? I think my favorite part of fall is decorating my porch. I love creating unique ways to decorate it so that it’s not the same old porch from year to year. What are some of your favorite aspects of fall, and what are you planning on doing during this wonderful time of year? Be Well-Omniley
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Sharing my first fall tablescape of the year. for our first autumn dinner. I will change it to my traditional pottery collection salad plates closer to Thanksgiving. I also added some seasonal fruit to our tablescape this year, including Barlett pears and black grapes. I will never avoid blue and white, but I love natural tones more and more. So I decided to add wood pumpkins for a great contrast.
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Not quite in the fall mood yet? Check out my PUMPKIN BREAD recipe, which will surely get you into pumpkin season. As always, Thank you for stopping by my page. Be sure to follow me on all my social media handles. Be Well.
Fall will soon be here and the first thing on my mind is all the great fall foods. Some foods just taste extra special during the fall and winter time. Maybe it’s the weather or the holiday season; I’m not sure. Today I’m sharing one of my faves!
PUMPKIN BREAD RECIPE
The perfect fall treat, I honestly can eat pumpkin bread every morning. Paired with a delicious cup of coffee and tea, I’m in heaven. I finally tried Starbucks’ Pumpkin Bread for the first time last year and tried to replicate the recipe and it was a HUGE success.
How to Make Pumpkin Bread
Begin by sifting together flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and pumpkin pie spice together in one bowl.
In another bowl mix together, pumpkin puree, white sugar, brown sugar, eggs, and oil. Be sure to mix well.
It would be best if you used pumpkin puree; NOT pumpkin pie filling.
Pumpkin Puree vs Pumpkin Pie Mix
One of the main differences in puree is that it is only pumpkin as opposed to pumpkin pie mix it has been sweetened and flavored.
Fold wet ingredients into dry ingredients gently. Add mixture to greased 9×5 loaf pan.
Top with pumpkin seeds if you want to be like Starbucks. Pop in the oven and cook for 70 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.
Let cool completely before slicing.
This is a wonderful recipe to enjoy for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
- 1 Loaf pan
- Baker's Joy Baking Spray with Flour
- 1 ½ c All-purpose flour
- 1 Tbsp pumpkin pie spice
- 1 tsp baking soda
- ½ tsp baking powder
- ½ tsp salt
- 1 can pumpkin puree (15 oz)
- ½ c white sugar
- ¾ c brown sugar
- 3 eggs
- ½ c canola oil
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- ½ c pepitas optional
- Preheat the oven to 350 degree. Spray 9 x 5 loaf pan with Baking No-Stick Spray.
- In a large bowl sift together the flour, baking soda and baking powder, pumpkin pie spice, and salt. Set aside
- In medium bowl combine the pumpkin puree, white sugar, brown sugar, eggs, canola oil, and vanilla extract. Mix well.
- Gentle fold wet ingredients into dry ingredients.
- Pour mixture into loaf pan and top with pepitas (optional).
- Cook for 70 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.
- Let cool completely before slicing.