I loooooooove pecan pie. I dream about pecan pie. It’s got that gooey texture that everyone loves in desserts. Gooey brownies, gooey cookies.
Gooey pecan pie.
This shot tastes really good because you can actually make jello kind of gooey.
Coincidentally, Austin has started saying “pie” all the time. Not hi, not bye. Just pie.
Pie, pie, pie, pie. Over and over. It’s the cutest thing ever. He smiles when he says it. I better make this kid some non boozy pie stat.
A weekly “all things boozy” series because sharing is caring. Happy Friday. Only two weeks until Halloween!!!
The Maple 43 Cocktail – Gimme this! Check out Dan’s blog “ Mantitlement” He made this cocktail for his wife, he added mini waffles and maple she could enjoy bourbon with him. So sweet!
Apple ginger bourbon fizz — Well hello Friday night cocktail.
Margarita Brined Chicken Wings — Best of both worlds all at once.
Apple Cider Margaritas – A little cold weather won’t stop the margs!
Pumpkin Spice Margaritas – Another fall marg!
Black Concord Martini — YUM
Eye Ball Jello Shots – Ewwwwww but perfect!
Coconut Cola Cocktail — Why I have not seen this coconut vodka? Yes!!!!
Boozy Maple Apple Cider with Salted Caramel Whipped Cream — Whoa
Boozy Whiskey Ice Cream Float — Drool.
Cheers! Which one do you want to make most?
Our realtor told me that in his neighborhood, when you bring your kids trick or treating, some of the houses coordinate and make jello shots for the adults. How cool is that???
While attempting something fun for our neighborhood, I came up with this one.
Because I always keep it real with you …. This recipe idea started off in a completely different place.
In the past I have been iffy about caramel apple stuff with artificial green apple flavor instead of real apples. That’s why I made
But ever since I had
caramel apple Twizzlers (OMG so good!) things are different! Caramel apple everything, is fine by me. When I saw that Jolly Rancher makes green apple jello I knew I had to take my caramel jello recipe and mix the two and make little square bites.
I’ve said this before but it’s not that often that a recipe turns out exactly the way I see it in my head. These were pretty darn close and they were super easy to make.
We have really been getting our “fall” on lately.
We made a fall bucket list the other night and one of the items was to make a fall sangria. When I was at the store getting my ingredients it hit me … don’t do apple …
Pumpkin pie sangria!
I wasn’t sure what would happen to the pumpkin pie filling when I mixed it in but it didn’t separate at all, it mixed up smooth and added the perfect amount of semi-savory spice to the sweet moscato.
Then I added some butter flavored maple syrup and OMG, seriously addicting. (
) Recipe further down
We also made a
fall activity tree this weekend (I saw the idea on one of my favorite blogs Steph’s Bite by Bite, check her out). It was fun for Austin to stick the leaves on the tree and I feel like will hold us accountable with our list.