Cranberry Orange Scones with Candied Ginger

These cranberry orange scones are super buttery, flaky, and the best combo of sweet and tart. The secret ingredient is a bit of candied ginger which adds a lovely spiced note to the pastries. I love serving these scones with tea or coffee for a light weekend breakfast or afternoon snack.

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Caramel Apple Pie with Brown Butter Crust

This caramel apple pie is a classic autumn dessert. Pink Lady and Honeycrisp apples are baked with brown sugar, apple pie spice, and caramel sauce. And, we make a toasty, nutty brown butter crust to amplify the caramelized flavor. It is without a doubt the best caramel apple pie ever!

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Baked Apple Cider Donuts with Cardamom Sugar

These baked apple cider donuts are soft, cakey, and beyond flavorful, but they’re baked instead of fried to make them a bit simpler! Coated with cardamom sugar for a little crunch and floral spice, these donuts are a unique twist on the classic fall treat.

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