This is a classic apple galette, but the butterscotch sauce makes it over-the-top good! I like to make it ahead to let the flavors infuse, which makes it the perfect dessert for a picnic or party.
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The thyme simple syrup in this French 75 perfectly compliments the floral notes from the gin and the fruitiness of the champagne.
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I originally posted a recipe for lefse in 2015, but I decided to update my post this year with my great-grandma’s recipe! It’s 100% the best lefse I have ever had. Also, you may notice some older pictures mixed in with the new ones. On one hand, I really wanted some new, pretty pictures of my lefse. but on the other hand, I love the old photos of my brother and I making it together. Enjoy the rare blonde-college-era Sara pics 😉
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This Bacon Hash Skillet with runny eggs and harissa will definitely be the highlight of my Christmas brunch this year. As a bonus, You can make them in advance! that way, all you have to do is pop on the coffee before everyone arrives.
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Made with chocolate, coffee, and a hazelnut-mascarpone filling, these mocha crinkle cookie sandwiches are the ultimate Christmas treat. They have been deemed a “more dank Oreo”, if that’s your thing.
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This gingerbread cake with orange buttercream & bourbon caramel is lightly spiced, insanely fluffy, and perfect for a Christmas party!
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**Update: I originally wrote about these DIY Painted Wine Glasses way back in 2013. If you came here from Pinterest, you’re in the right place! I just updated the pictures a bit and made a video – go check it out!**
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