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All the recipes you need for pumpkin + apple season!
Recipes from Zoë Bakes Season 3
I can’t believe season 3 is over (except for a couple holiday episodes)! The season finale aired on Magnolia Network, but you can still watch all the episodes on discovery+, (HBO) Max and the Magnolia | Time Well Spent app. Below are the recipes from the last few episodes, plus a guide to all the episodes and recipes!
And for my Extras subscribers, don’t forget to check out the deep dives from each episode with exclusive recipes from my guests!
Exclusive Recipe: Heidi’s Classic Raspberry Jam
Exclusive Recipe: Marc’s Vanilla Saint Honore
Exclusive Recipe: Tara’s Vanilla Pudding
Exclusive Recipe: Caramel Popcorn
Exclusive Recipe: Vietnamese Che
Exclusive Recipe: Blue Ribbon Angel Food Cake
Exclusive Recipe: Black Currant Frangipane Tartlets
Exclusive Recipe: Roasted Carrot Upside-Down Cake
Exclusive Recipe: Corn Pancakes Two Ways
Most Popular Recipe In September
This apple cider bundt cake with honey glaze is always popular in the fall, and this year is no different! It’s a simple cake that uses fresh apples beautifully, and the sweet honey glaze brings out the apple flavor without being overly powerful. If you’ve made this cake, please be sure to leave a rating and review! It helps others find my recipes more easily. Thank you!
This is a gorgeous recipe from Amy Thielen’s new book, Company. As the name implies, the recipes are all about hosting, and this ice cream cake combines her three personal temptations (butter cracker crust, lemon custard and meringue), which is why she calls it her nemesis. It’s a stunning and delicious dessert, that allows you to bring out my favorite kitchen tool: a blow torch!
Favorite Fall Pumpkin and Apple Recipes
It’s pumpkin and apple season! The two fall favorites dominate this time of year, and I have more than 30 recipes that feature these flavors. Below you can find all my recipes that include the homiest and most comforting of fall flavors!
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