A strong, aromatic coffee mixed with dreamy caramel sauce (extra points if you make your own!) and creamy milk, all topped off with a generous dollop of whipped cream and even more caramel sauce because why not? This Starbucks caramel brulee latte copycat recipe tastes exactly like the real thing, but it’s much cheaper, quicker and easier to make.
Perfect for those mornings when you want a rich and gooey cinnamon roll but you haven’t got time to run out to Cinnamon and you don’t want to eat your week’s worth of calories in one meal. This healthy cinnamon roll overnight oats recipe is easy to make, quick to prepare and tastes delicious. Seriously, if you close your eyes and eat a spoonful of soft, gooey oats sprinkled with sweet cinnamon, you’ll think you really are having breakfast at Cinnabon!
Thin and crispy on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside and packed with so much flavor you’ll think you’ve died and gone to foodie heaven: these easy roasted potatoes with garlic and rosemary are the best in the world – easily! Make them for Thanksgiving, make them for Christmas or make them right now because that’s what I’m doing and my entire house smells amazing!
If you think the best brownies in the world are melt-in-the-mouth gooey and fudge-like, loaded with intense chocolate flavor and so moreish you won’t be able to stop at just one, you’re going to love this fat-free healthy pumpkin brownies recipe. Inspired by my one-bowl healthy pumpkin brownies, this recipe is perfect for chocolate lovers looking for a seasonal fall dessert recipe to mix things up a bit.
A buttery graham cracker crust (is there any other crust worth bothering with?) topped with the most amazing rich, smooth and creamy cheesecake, flavored with the must-have ingredient of the season, all for just 260 calories per slice. This healthy pumpkin spice cheesecake is guaranteed to become your newest go-to autumn dessert. Maybe even a new Thanksgiving family favorite!