Friday, September 7, 2018

Friday Favorites from Pretty Simple Sweet, Recipe Runner, Yellow Bliss Road, Broma Bakery and More

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Good morning! Did you have a good week? Mine was great, it is always nice to travel and have adventures but there is no place like home. I love my routine and my pups. 

This week I found some great things I think you will enjoy. 

 Burrito Chicken Bowl

  Chicken Burrito Bowl from Cafe Delites, looks easy and delicious not to mention refreshing for those of us still experiencing the 90 degree days. 

Image Recipe Runner

I am not a fan of pumpkin spice latte but I love pumpkin pie, bread and soup and pretty much everything else with pumpkin in it. Once the weather cools off I will be making this Roasted Butternut Squash and Pumpkin Soup from Recipe Runner.

If you like soup here are 21 Cozy Fall Soups to Make Ahead and Freeze.

I can't wait to make this Pumpkin Alfredo from Yellow Bliss Road.

Coffee Loaf Cake

Coffee lovers I think you will enjoy this Coffee Loaf Cake from Pretty Simple Sweet.

ImageBroma Bakery

Chocolate Baklava! I cannot wait to make this Chocolate baklava from Broma Bakery

If you like chocolate and who doesn't check out my Friday Favorites on Once Upon a Chocolate Life.

Interesting Reading

If you like to work out you might like these 6 Fitness Apps


I cannot wait to read The Awakening of Miss Prim

Mango Wool Coat

I love this wool coat! 

And all three of these tartan gloves! My favorite is the green, red and black pair. By the way they are only $12.99 on Zulily.

Isn't this Fall Leaves clutch from Anthropologie beautiful?

Cute Fall Soludos mules and booties.

I hope that you share your finds from this week, books, recipes, podcasts and whatever else you found interesting. 

Have a safe and happy weekend. 


  1. Cumin is another spice that works well in pumpkin soup. And pumpkin soup freezes well.
    The pumpkin alfredo looks delicious. At first I thought the noodles were pumpkin, which is yummy but a lot of work (we made some...pumpkin and sage). But a sauce is a great idea. More vitamins than traditional alfredo, too.


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