Good morning! A happy Friday to you and happy Fall, well almost since it “officially” starts September 23rd. I am ready, as I mentioned before to hunker down and nest so this week I thought I would share a few of my favorite Fall inspired Friday Favorites.
|Image Craftberry Bush|
If you are looking for some small, subtle Fall touches to add to your home check out Lucy’s post at Craftberry Bush.
|Fire Starters from Heather at Woods of Bell Tree|
|Fall Book Selcetions from Town and Country Magazine|
Once you get your fire started you more than likely have a great big pile of books and magazines next to your favorite chair, if not make sure to check out these Fall Book Selections from Town and Country Magazine.
|Pumpkin Apple Strudel Muffins|
Pumpkin is my favorite flavor in the world, I love it even more than chocolate, I know that is hard to believe considering I also have a chocolate blog. Perhaps it is because the flavor evokes so many happy memories with my grandmother and mother baking and enjoying the holidays or maybe it is just because everything made with pumpkin tastes great. From September to April I try to make and eat as many pumpkin filled things as I can and these Pumpkin Apple Strudel Muffins from Delightful E Made look like something that I will be making this weekend!
If you are not a pumpkin fan and I confess I know a few, perhaps you would like a piece of this fabulous Slab Apple Pie? I make this frequently in the Fall because it is a family favorite and something that my grandmother made all the time.
|Image from Half Baked Harvest|
Perhaps you need something to warm your belly? This Brie-Cheddar Apple Beer Soup from Half Baked Harvest looks like like it might fit the bill.
|Pumpkin White Hot Chocolate|
Or maybe a little Pumpkin Pie White Hot Chocolate?
Do you have any Fall Favorites that you make, eat, or read? If so please share them with us.
Have a great weekend!
P.S. This link has nothing to do with Fall, it is for fashion lovers. If you are a fashionista and a Dior lover than you must see this Video by Nigel Chia.