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Easy Pumpkin Cheese Danish

Oh, how I love this recipe.  It's one of the easiest I've ever made and it couldn't be more delicious.  I've been making the plain cream cheese version of this recipe for years and I've just recently concocted a pumpkin spice version.  It's a perfect little parcel of fall flavors and super easy to whip up when entertaining, especially as an easy breakfast for overnight guests. 


Before I get to the recipe, I'd like to tell you about this book!  Months ago I entered the Foodista Best of Food Blogs Cookbook contest, where any submitting food blogger with a popular voted recipe could win a chance to be published.  The winners were chosen and then announced at the International Food Blogger Conference this year, and although I wasn't in attendance to hear the good news, I was notified soon after that I would be included!

This big, beautiful cookbook is chock-full of inspiration and delicious food from all over the world.


As for the recipe, you'll need 3 sheets of puff pastry.  Each sheet is cut into 4 pieces then topped with a heaping tablespoon of filling.  On each filled square, the back of one corner is brushed with a little egg wash and the opposite corner is folded over.  Gently press the two corners together with your fingers, holding it above the filling.  Allow the fused corners to gently lay on top of the filling.  They are then egg-washed, baked, glazed and sprinkled with powdered sugar.  

Low effort - big payoff.  I love it!



Easy Pumpkin Cream Cheese Danish

Adapted from Ina Garten's Easy Cheese Danish                                                                  [click for printable recipe]

Yield: 12 pastries

Pastry:
8 oz. cream cheese, at room temperature
1/3 cup sugar
3 large egg yolks, at room temperature
1/4 cup canned, cooked pumpkin
1 tsp. pure vanilla extract
1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
1 tsp. allspice or pumpkin pie spice
1 tsp. cinnamon
3 sheets (1 1/2  boxes) frozen puff pastry, defrosted
1 egg beaten with 1 tablespoon water, for egg wash

Glaze:
1 cup confectioners sugar
1 tablespoon milk

**extra powdered sugar for dusting

Directions
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Line a sheet pan with parchment paper.
Place the cream cheese and sugar in the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with a paddle attachment and cream them together on low speed until smooth. With the mixer still on low, add the egg yolks, pumpkin, vanilla, salt, and spices and mix until just combined. Do not over beat!

Unfold 1 sheet of puff pastry onto a lightly floured board and roll it slightly with a floured rolling pin until it's a 10 by 10-inch square. Cut the sheet into quarters with a sharp knife. Place a heaping tablespoon of pumpkin-cheese filling into the middle of each of the 4 squares. Brush the border of each pastry with egg wash and fold 2 opposite corners to the center, brushing and overlapping the corners of each pastry so they firmly stick together. Brush the top of the pastries with egg wash. Place the pastries on the prepared sheet pan. Repeat with the remaining sheets of puff pastry and refrigerate the filled Danish for 15 minutes.  Bake the pastries for about 20 minutes, until puffed and brown.

Whisk to combine the confectioners' sugar and milk until a smooth glaze forms.  Generously drizzle the glaze over pastries and sprinkle them with additional powdered sugar (can re-heat for 10 seconds in microwave).

link Easy Pumpkin Cheese Danish By Published: Easy Pumpkin Cheese Danish Recipe



214 comments :

  1. I love anything with a pumpkin spice to it or anything containing butternut squash!

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  2. I'm a sucker for Pumpkin Bread. I could eat a slice everyday for the rest of my life, lol!

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  3. BTW- Congratulations on getting your recipe in the cookbook. That is really awesome!

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  4. Congrats Heather! And these look fabulous! :)

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  5. I love pumpkin bread and apple cider doughnuts, favorite fall foods.

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  6. I looove caramel apples (anything covered in caramel really :p)

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  7. Pumpkin Roll - something about the cream cheese and pumpkin combination is so delicious! Can't wait to try these.

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  8. I have to say I'm really into Apple Pie right now...I think its because I used to not like it when I was little but have grown a taste for it. Same goes for pumpkin flavored cupcakes with cream cheese frosting!!! YUM!! :-)

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  9. I love pumpkin cake, apple crisp and hot apple cider!! Those are my favorite fall treats:)

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  10. I'm a simple girl; my absolute favorite treat is pumpkin chocolate chip cookies. Even simpler, I buy the mix from Lehi Roller Mills. Divine!

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  11. My favorite fall treat is PIE. Pumpkin pie, apple pie, plum pie... love them all! And with real whipped cream. Yum!

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  12. My favorite fall treat is apples picked right off the tree.

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  13. Glazed Pumpkin Cookies... The smell, when I bring them into the office, lingers all day long and makes me think of Fall!!! YUM!!!!

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  14. I love anything pumpkin or anything with caramel.

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  15. our favorite fall past time is to hand pick our own apples from a local farm and create these monstrous caramel/chocolate/etc, etc apples! these things come out SO HUGE we have to cut them into wedges, otherwise we can't get our mouth around them!

    [kristinmik at gmail dot com]

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  16. Pumpkin Bread!

    Your danish sure look delicious! Your recipe published in a cookbook looks even better! That's so exciting! I thought maybe it was going to be YOUR cookbook...can't wait for that one!

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  17. Awesome danishes and great news about the cookbook! Congrats!

    I think my favourite fall treat is definitely apple pie. Mmm I need to make some!

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  18. I am still in love with the good ol' pumpkin cream cheese roll. I think the combo of the spicy pumpkin and the sweet smooth cream cheese is heavenly! Love the new banner by the way ;)

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  19. I loveeeeee cider and cinnamon sugar donuts! :)

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  20. I love all the luscious pumpkin foods that are perfect this time of year.

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  21. There is a little restaraunt cafe by my old house that made the best butternut squash ravioli with roasted hazlenuts...I think I may need to drive back over there soon. YUM!

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  22. My Favorite fall treat would have to be Pumpkin muffins yum!!!Thank you for the chance to win this lovely cookbook..

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  23. Congratulations on being published in the book...how exciting.

    I would have to agree with you, I love Carmel Apples...well I love carmel anything.

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  24. I love pumpkin blondies with cream cheese frosting :)

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  25. Another pumpkin and apple lover - and cranberries......and turkey! Love the smell of a roasting turkey on a Sunday afternoon!!

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  26. My sweet favorite is Brigadeiro, one Brazilian sweet.
    Kisses
    Patty Martins
    Brasil

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  27. I love to make homemade chai and spiced pound cake!

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  28. Pumpkin Pie, apple pie, pie, pie pie!

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  29. Apple-ginger-cranberry crisp. It's quite fabulous!

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  30. I love a good homemade pumpkin pie with sour cream mixed into the filling.

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  31. As soon as the leaves turn, I switch my baking immediately to my favorite fall treat- Apple Dumplings!

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  32. I love Pumpkin Bread! Helps that it has like 3 cups of sugar in it.

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  33. I love candied apples! I look forward to them every year.

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  34. My favorite treat is pumpkin cinnamon doughnuts with apple cider... from a pumkin/apple farm near my house... but pumpkin bread, apple pie, made by me are all perfect treats!

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  35. Pumpkin Scones were my favorite until I tried your Pumpkin Butterscotch cookies! Now I have a new favorite. Thanks for all the great recipes and beautiful blog.

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  36. Pumpkin Gooey bars from the precious Paula Deen!

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  37. I'd have to say one of my favorite fall treats is pumpkin whoopie pies, but I am anxious to try the danishes you shared above!

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  38. Congratulations to you! My favorite fall treat is pumpkin cheesecake.

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  39. Pumpkin chocolate chip muffins, with a big cup of coffee.

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  40. i LOVE sweet potato pecan pie - like they used to make at Killer Shrimp in LA...

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  41. Congrats! I never win anything...this may be the time. I just love spanish peanuts mixed with candy corn!

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  42. This is a must make recipe for sure! Great pumpkin idea. Thanks!

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  43. My favorite fall treat is. . . just one? That's so difficult to narrow down too. But anything with pumpkin spice. Yum!

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  44. apple crisp ... and VERY SOON these pumpkin danish! thanks for sharing - I will be making these! :D

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  45. I love pumpkin spice coffee and muffins. yummy...

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  46. Pumpkin pie is my absolute favorite fall treat, but I also LOVE pumpkin bread =) Pretty much anything pumpkin is a winner in my book!

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  47. Pumpkin bread with pumpkin honey butter...so delish!!

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  48. Congrats on being published! I was actually published in a Gooseberry Patch cookbook and didn't know until I looked it up online! haha!

    I love anything pumpkin during fall.

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  49. I too love the pumpkin stuff....but I have to admit, spiced (or spiked) cider and hot donuts are very "fall" to me. So, it's a tie. Cider and sugar dusted hot donuts or harvesty-flavored pies (like apple, walnut and cranberry). Yum!

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  50. My favorite fall treat (that I can make) is a not too sweet apple pie with homemade crust with a small wedge of extra sharp cheddar on the side. My favorite that I never can quite get right is one of those pumpkin rolls, that when cut displays that perfect cream cheese swirl in the center. Congrats on your inclusion in that cookbook, that is very cool! ~Lili

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  51. Pumpkin Cream Cheese Sandwiches and Gooey Pumpkin Cake are my favorites. Congrats!!

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  52. Pumpkin pie, of course! Also, I love the fall/winter coffee specials from Starbucks and Special cup.

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  53. Apple ANYthing: pie, cider, muffins, tartins. Endless.

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  54. My favorite fall treat is definitly made with apples: yes its apple pie! I wait until fall to prepare lots of these!

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  55. Pumpkin pie and apple cider donuts are my favorites.

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  56. pumpkin cookies are my fave! the really easy recipe of just a can of pumpkin and an all spice cake mix. so easy, so delicious :)

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  57. pear & ginger muffins…i cannot bake enough of them!

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  58. Pumpkin cinnamon scones and spiced apple cider are my favorite fall yummies.

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  59. my favorite fall treat would have to be chai spice cake!

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  60. Congrats on the publication! My favorite fall treats are sweet potato pie and salted caramel hot chocolate.

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  61. I love caramel apples, and any kind of fall coffee drink (pumpkin spice lattes especially- sooo good) :)

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  62. I am very excited about this post!! Your recipe looks perfect and simple and I would love that cookbook! My favorite fall treats are sweet: pumpkin chocolate chip cookies and savory: my jalepeno artichoke dip. mmmmmm.

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  64. Congrats! It's not fall without pumpkin spice cranberry bread and of course a classic pumpkin pie, yum!

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  65. Three of my favorite words: EASY, PUMPKIN and DANISH. Of course, I'm going to try these. The fact that they're from Ina means I can't fail and they'll be delicious. In the fall I like anything with pumpkin.

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  66. My favorite fall treat is apple cider - i know you can get it year-round, but there's just something about being out in the cold and sipping warm apple cider. oh, delish!

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  67. Right now I'm really into pumpkin spice muffins :)

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  68. Homemade applesauce... just like my grandma used to make. Then served with pork chops and scalloped potatoes. The ultimate comfort food.

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  69. YUM! These look amazing! I love all things pumpkin this time of year! One of my favorites is pumpkin streusel cake! Congrats on having your recipe included in the book, that is awesome!

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  70. Good thing I was named after autumn because I love the season! I love chai lattes, pumpkin bread, caramel apples and caramel popcorn.

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  71. Pumpkin pie with fresh whipped cream, apple crisp,sweet potatoes topped with brown sugar and marshmallows, caramel apples, mellowcreme pumpkin candies... I LOVE FALL!

    Congratulations on being in the cookbook! You so deserve it.

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  72. Pumpkin bread, pumpkin blondies, pumpkin brownies, basically anything with pumpkin and I'm happy.

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  73. Oh thinking about this is making me drool....I love apple cake. I love everything about it. The smell of the batter, I love spiraling the apples as you peel them on the apple peeler, the heavenly smell of the cake as it bakes, peeking through the oven window as it bakes and the best part stealing the corner as you are "testing" its doneness....well I guess the best part should actually be eating a piece but there is something about sneaking that little corner....

    Oh, by the way, I love your blog. You are a great blog photographer....your photos are so delicious looking.

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  74. Oh. My. Gosh. That looks and sounds incredible! I can't wait to try making these, thanks for sharing the recipe!
    And my fav fall treat is by far Pumpkin Spice Lattes! Happy Halloween!

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  75. as always, your photos are TERRIFIC and your recipe is drool worthy! I love the idea of these, especially for a fall brunch! I am going to make a bunch of these and freeze them for a rainy day!. For my favorite fall treat...hmmmm there are so many. However, I have to say one of my favorites would have to be my mini pumpkin cheesecakes w/praline topping. I am also partial to a pumpkin ravioli w/sage butter.
    Congrats on the Foodista Best of Food Bloggers - you deserve it. Next year- you wont miss the conference as it truly is a fantastic weekend for gals like us!

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  76. These lok just awesome! Might be my next-try pumpkin dish!!

    Sues

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  77. Fav fall afternoon snack: gingersnaps, macintosh apple and a cup of tea!

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  78. YUM! Those look so good, I want to bite the screen! First of all, congratultions on being included in the cookbook! If anyone deseves it, it is YOU. Second, I am a Follower and I entered your give-away. My favorite Fall treat is either Pumpkin Pie or making my Mom's recipe for her Apple Pie! Again, congrats on making the cookbook!
    Best,
    Gloria

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  79. I love danishes! They're a fall favorite in my house.

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  80. pumpkin, pumpkin, PUMPKIN! i love ANYTHING sweet and pumpkin :) congrats!

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  81. My favorite fall treat is caramel apples - YUM!

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  82. I love chocolae chip pumpkin bread. I know it is really fall when I mix up the first batch!

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  83. I love anything with pumpkin spice, but I'm a sucker for good peanut butter fudge!

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  84. This recipe is going on my "must try" list! I love pumpkin pie! And fall is a great excuse to put cinnamon in everything!

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  85. I love pumpkin anything! pumpkin cheesecake is my favorite!

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  86. Honestly, anything with pumpkin or pumpkin spice in it will make me happy in the fall. But my favourite this year so far has been some delicious vegan pumpkin cupcakes with cinnamon buttercream frosting! Mmm! Can't wait to try this out, though. Definitely making it for this Saturday's Haunting Shindig. Thanks! =)

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  87. Wedon't celebrate fall as we don't have 4 seasons here. but I love pumpkin soup!

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  88. Caramel apples are huge on my list, but I think I'd have to go with the pumpkin roll. 'm a sucker for the yummy cream cheesy filling with that soft cake.

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  89. I love pumpkin so much! this is gorgeous!

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  90. Pretty much anything with pumpkin in it. Like moist, warm, pumpkin chocolate chip cookies. Mmm...

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  91. These look beyond fabulous--I love the sprinkling of powdered sugar too. Yum!!

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  92. Pumpkin Bread is the ultimate fall food for me! I love it!!

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  93. Fall means the smell of pumpkin bread and apple pie baking, the ever changing colour of the falling leaves and the sounds of children playing in them.

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  94. Favorite fall food.... long johns (at least that's what we call them...pound cake type baked in 8" or 9" cake pans....yummy).

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  95. I have been cooking and baking pumpkin things like crazy I will HAVE to try this! =)

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  96. Ohhhh My!!!! I have so many favorite Fall foods, but honestly anything caramel, pumpkin, spice, and have to have some chocolate in there too!!!! I just HEART Fall period... It is the perfect season for all things sweet, and warm!!!!

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  97. Congrats on the book! I love pumpkin everything...bread, pie, and even waffles! But the ultimate indulgence is a turtle pumpkin pie I make evey year for family gatherings! It has carmel, pecans, fresh whipped cream, and of course pumpkin!

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  98. My favorite Fall treat would be my pumpkin-banana bread. But I love anything with pumpkin in it!

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  99. I love pear-cranberry crisp. Good for dessert or breakfast!

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  100. I would say my favorite fall food is.....Candy Apples....or apple cider.

    I don't know, it's hard to choose. But definitely something apple-ey!! :)

    Gorgeous danish!! Seriously, do you ever make anything ugly?!

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  101. I love apple cider and pecan pie!

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  102. Wow! These look so good! I'm tempted to drop everything and make some right now.
    I love making an apple crumble with oatmeal as a fall treat.

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  103. These look amazing! Anything pumpkin or apple is my favorite :)

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  104. Have to echo the pumpkin anything comments. Or apple cider donuts. Yum. :D

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  105. Hard to choose a fall favorite, but caramel apples are the best :)

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  106. Pumpkin muffins!
    Barbara Palermo

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  107. I really love pumpkin bread during the fall time!

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  108. I love pumpkin bread, too. Especially if it's moist and full of cinnamon and accompanied with a cup of really dark hot chocolate.

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  109. My favorite treat is Pumpkin pie. When my birthday falls on Thanksgiving I have a pumpkin pie instead of cake.

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  110. Pumpkin Cheesecake, I just discovered this treat and Yum!

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  111. I always wait for persimmons in the fall. Love them

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  112. Anything and all things pumpkin...I am a freak for pumpkin! Pumpkin flavour is like wearing a warm and cozy sweather!

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  113. If it's fall, it's got to be pumpkin. Really, lots and lots of pumpkin. Probably my favorite is the new Gourmet Pumpkin Spice Marshmallows I'v added to my line of Gourmet Marshmallows at
    Daybreak Farm Store (daybreakfarmstore.com). Would love for eveyone to stop by and have a look and leave us a message. Thanks, Karen Day

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  114. Baked pumpkin seeds, plain and simple. So salty and good!

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  115. Now that I've finally gotten them after two years of hunting, apple cider doughnuts!

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  116. i love anything with pumpkin! i'll go classic and say pumkin bread.

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  117. Pumpkin or apple cider doughnuts :)

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  118. I had a pumpkin toffee scone for breakfast, and I think that's my new favorite!!

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  119. definitely fresh cider doughnuts from the farmers market.

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  120. Sue said....
    Pumpkin donuts or apple cider donuts = fall favorites!

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  121. Apple pie with a crumble topping!

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  122. Apple muffins and pumpkin cobblers!

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  123. I absolutely love quinces raw (bletted is the best!) or cooked in any form: stewed (either sweet dish or savory dish are delicious), pudding, baked, roasted, jelly, jam... oh, and let's not forget the brandies and liqueurs!
    Also, in spring they are superbly blooming trees.

    Note: Bletting is a process that certain fleshy fruits undergo when, beyond ripening, they have started to decay and ferment. There are some fruits that are either considered at their best after some bletting, such as Nashi pear, or for which most varieties can only be eaten raw after bletting, such as medlars, persimmons, quince, Service Tree fruit, and Wild Service Tree fruit - Wikipedia.com

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  124. My favourite fall foods are roasted pumpkin, roasted pumpkin seeds, apple crisp and apple cider.
    Tina

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  125. Pumpkin Muffins, apple cider donuts, deep dish apple pie, pear tart, spice cake with cream cheese frosting...sorry, can't pick just one:)

    I used some leftover pumpkin dip added 2 eggs and made a similar danish. Yumm!

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  126. This year I am LOVING just classic pumpkin bread. Not gonna lie, I totally look forward to Costco's caramel apple pie though, I know, I know, but SO good.

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  127. Holy. Cow. I would eat those until I was literally sick. Haha!

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  128. I love ANYTHING pumpkin!!! Wow! This book looks great! Would love to cozy up in bed and look through the pages! Francine

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  129. My favorite fall treat would have to be pumpkin seeds or caramel popcorn balls!

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  130. I enjoy hot apple cider and popcorn balls :)

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  131. Pumpkin bread and apple cider. I look forward to them all year!

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  132. I love almost all cakes/desserts. I most often eat cheesecake. :) Yum.

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  133. I love anything with pumpkin in it, especially the Pumpkin Spice Lattes at Starbucks and I'm determined to try and make it from scratch this year :)

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  134. Found your blog via tastespotting - and these look fabulous! My favorites would be pumpkin bread and apple pie...yum!

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  135. Congrats! I love pumpkin tarts with lots of cinnamon in it!

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  136. I love apple pie with cinnamon in it!!!

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  137. Where do I begin.....Autumn is my favorite season, and birthday! What's not to like....
    The first batch of locally pressed cider (cold or hot), caramel apples covered with chopped peanuts (absolutely must have one a day), butternut squash soup, pumpkin muffins or bread, cranberry apple pie, chocolate pecan or pumpkin pie buried in fresh,unsweetened whipped cream, and fresh turkey (dark!)with gravy.

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  138. There is a decadent chili that we only make in the fall but just a few times. Contains half & half & Velveeta, disgusting but absolutely wonderful. No true Texan (we live in Texas) would call it chili but...yummy it is!! With Fritos!

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  139. Ahhh....Fall treat(s)....chicken roasting in the oven on a rainy day....the first time the heater is turned on, on that first chilly day....changing of the leaves (color)....and of course my bran pumpkin bread!!

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  140. Ahhh....Fall treat(s)....chicken roasting in the oven on a rainy day....the first time the heater is turned on, on that first chilly day....changing of the leaves (color)....and of course my bran pumpkin bread!!

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  141. apple pie with warm custard--my mum makes the best!!

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  142. Pumpkin cheesecake is my favorite!

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  143. My favorite fall treat is pumpkin muffins with drizzled caramel on top! tahnsk for the giveaway!

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  144. i love roasted cinnamon butternut :)

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  145. Yummy recipes like the Pumpkin Cream Cheese Danish :) and.....those caramel candies you get in the orange and black wrappers around Halloween time--so good.

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  146. caramel apples and pumpkin roll! yum!

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  147. I made these this morning and they were amazing. Thanks so much for making my crew extremely happy :-)

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  148. I love pumpkin pie the most, but I am a sucker for the cranberry sauce that comes in a can and you slice up. It is like cranberry spam!!!

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  149. Caramel Apple Dip is my new favorite!

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  150. my favorite would have to be sweet potato empanadas. yum.

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  151. My all time favorite fall treat would have to bee good ol fashioned cinnamon sugared Rosettes, in front of the fireplace with a good book.

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  152. Congratulations on getting your recipe in the book! I kind of love most typical fall treats, but especially chocolate frosted pumpkin cupcakes/pumpkin chocolate chip cookies and apple pie with olive oil crust.

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  153. I love pumpkin baked goods! But I also love Halloween candy!

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  154. I love Chocolate Chip Toll House Pie! A family tradition!

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  155. spicy chewy ginger cookies. with hot tea.

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  156. These look (and must taste) fabulous! Congrats, by the way, for being included in that awesome cookbook!

    Favorite fall treat? I would have to say pumpkin bread. It's the best.

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  157. Apple cider....bonus if it's hot and mixed with a little Captain Morgan ;)

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  158. My favorite fall treat is definitely pumpkin cheesecake.

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  159. I can't pick just one; fall is my favorite food season! Pumpkin, cranberry, apple - all delicious!

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  160. muffins! I know it's not exactly related to fall in general but they have a special connection to this season for me. so i would say muffins (:

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  161. I vote for cranberry apple crisp!

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  162. Deep dish apple pie. (in a giant cast iron skillet, of course.)

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  163. Fall is the season when I go crazy for doughnuts-cinammon apple filled, or pumpkin spice. Yum!

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  164. I just found the new desert my kids will be nibbling on this Thanksgiving! Love Ya!!!!!

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  165. my favorite fall snack is cinnamon doughnuts and apple cider! but it has to be at a cider mill! :)

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  166. WOW im so happy to have discovered your blog! You should post your entries on foodgawker more often!
    Fall always makes me think of rich spices, all things pumpkin, crisp apples bust most of all pecan pie...hmmmm

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  167. my favorite is pumpkin snickerdoodle bars!! YUM! :)

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  168. I love cinnamon and apple together in anything - muffins, cookies, cake...mmmm

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  169. i too love caramel apples, but it has to be a granny smith
    nannypanpan at sbcglobal.net

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  170. Two of my fall favorites are pecan pie and sweet potato pie. I only make these in the fall and winter during the holidays.

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  171. Love easy but yummy recipes like this. Thanks!

    Oh, and congrats on the getting into the book!
    ~ingrid

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  172. Favorite Fall recipe? Depends on the day, doesn't it? If I had to pick one, I would say cinnamon banana bread. Down home, just like mama made... with goo in the middle.

    ~Holly F. in Oregon

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  173. Congrats to you for having a recipe published in this awesome cookbook! Great giveaway too. These pumpkin danish look wonderful. I am so happy that we have months of pumpkin enjoyment ahead of us. These would be great to serve guests, though they might never leave ;) xo

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  174. warm apple crisp with vanilla bean ice cream~!

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  175. Love this recipe and congrats on the book! Apple crisp with ice cream or apple galette!

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  176. Rhubarb raspberry cardamom cupcakes.

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  177. I absolutely love that Ina Garten recipe and I am excited to try your version! Last time I made the Easy Cheese Danish I put about a teaspoon of jam on the cheese mixture before folding the pastry over and it was so good! Highly recommend that, too.

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  178. Definitely gooey, homemade Cinnamon Buns! Congratulations! Xo

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  179. pumpkin ice cream, pumpkin cheesecake, pumpkin soup, pumpkin bread...a theme emerges!

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  180. Definately my mothers pumpkin bread siwth a big smothering of creamcheese on top

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  181. Pumpkin gingerbread and roasted chestnuts! :)

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  182. Pumpkin Cheesecake is definitely my favorite!!!!

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  183. Anything pumpkin...will be trying these danishes very soon, and I'm rather sure your Pumpkin Spice Latte Cheesecake will be on the Thanksgiving menu!

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  184. Pumpkin anything is my favorite Fall treat!

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  185. Strawberry and rhubarb tart

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