Oh my goodness, it feels so good to be home.
My time in Europe these past few weeks was such a gift, and filled to the brim with so many wonderful memories with friends. But between the six-course meals each night on the Mediterranean cruise, paella in Spain, and pub food galore with friends all over England, I think it’s safe to say that I probably ate more carbs (and specifically, potatoes!) in the past month than ever before!
Hi friends – Ali here! While I am away this month in Europe, I am thrilled that Cassie from Bake Your Day is guest posting here today. In addition to being an incredible food blogger (you must check out her yummy site), Cassie is my next door neighbor and one of the dearest friends I could ask for. I am so grateful to have her in my life. And I’m extra grateful to have her sharing this delicious recipe with you today! I know you will love it!
Hello, my name is Cassie and I’m addicted to Greek yogurt. Not really addicted in the way that I can’t stop eating it from the container with a spoon. No, really just using it to make other things really soft, moist and flavorful. My love for baking with and cooking with Greek yogurt is nearly walking the fine line of obsession.
What to do with leftover butternut squash?
Why, make cupcakes of course!
So, I know there are about a zillion (ok, Google tells me 2,800,000) recipes out there for pumpkin truffles.
But I really, really felt like making some pumpkin cream cheese truffles this week.
Of all the recipe posts on Gimme Some Oven, my #1 most viewed post ever (thanks to you all and Pinterest) continues to be these No-Bake Energy Bites. And for good reason! These little guys continue to be one of my personal favorites, as well as one of the most requested snacks by my friends and family. And I love recipes like this that can double as breakfasts, snacks or even a quick dessert!
So for a fun twist this autumn, thought that it would be fun to celebrate the season and make some Pumpkin No Bake Energy Bites! I was so excited to try these, and after throwing in a little of this and a little of that, was thrilled with the results. These little bites remind me a lot of my favorite fruit and nut bars. But the best part is that they are super easy to make homemade, packed with protein and ingredients you can feel good about, they are vegetarian and vegan (if you swap some agave for honey), and of course…they are delicious!