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October Treats to Make at Your Independence Place Apartment

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This month the Independence Place Blog is celebrating the changing seasons with a few fall dessert recipes for you to enjoy. We hope that you have the opportunity to relax, pull out your baking supplies, and make something delicious this month. We have everything from breads to cookies to cupcakes to donuts on the list. We hope that we have a recipe that fits your taste. Head to your favorite Cranston, RI grocery store to pick up any ingredients you may need then back to your apartment to create an October treat!

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies from Cooking Classy

This classic recipe pairs perfectly with a cool fall afternoon, a good movie, and a cup of hot chocolate. Sometimes it is best to stick with what works. This recipe has the perfect blend of fall spices, pumpkin, and chocolate. You will love it.

Caramel Apple Cupcakes from Life, Love and Sugar

Nothing says “fall” quite like caramel apples. Caramel apple cupcakes incorporate fall flavors like brown sugar, apples, and caramel sauce for a deliciously rich dessert. The caramel buttercream frosting is the perfect topping for this sweet treat.

Pumpkin Pecan Donuts with Maple Vanilla Glaze

Start your mornings with a steaming cup of coffee and a pumpkin pecan donut with maple vanilla glaze. These cake donuts are best served warm, but you can save a few for your early mornings before work.

Brown Sugar Butter Pecan Scones from The Merchant Baker

This is another great breakfast option. Brown sugar butter pecan scones have a nutty, warm, buttery taste that is great for early mornings. Wake up with a cup of tea or coffee and this delicious treat, or have your own afternoon tea with these scones as the starring treat.  

Chocolate Cinnamon Roll Pull Apart Bread from Crazy for Crust

This two-ingredient treat can be easily thrown together on a quick morning or afternoon. If you need to bring a dessert to bring to a fall or Halloween party, we recommend making this one. All you need is a can of cinnamon rolls from Pillsbury and chocolate spread. Crazy for Crust recommends using peanut butter for the center if you want something a little warmer and nuttier.

Thanks for reading our post! What is your go-to fall dessert recipe? Leave it in the comments, and we’ll try it out.