Tuesday, November 2, 2010

A Collection of Cozy Autumn Baked Treats

Last season I shared a post about my kitchen cabinets as I rubbed some pretty on to make them both functional and pretty. These cabinets are my baking center! This is the ideal time of year to clean out your kitchen baking shelves and get them fresh and ready for seasonal and holiday baking. If you're prepared it makes being in the kitchen more enjoyable. It's FASTER to work in an organized space. It doesn't take long to wipe down, re-stock, and line up your shelves. Plus! It's a great project to do when it's too brisk outside and the cozy indoors are more enticing. Enjoy creating a baking center in your sweet kitchen.


To see more details on these baking cabinets,
see this previous post.

Baking Shelves all ready for baking season...


I added pretty labels to all the powders...




I wanted to share a collection of fall flavors that promote the cozy warmth of the season using fall favorites: pumpkin, cinnamon, apples, maple, and more. To see full recipes and details, click on the titles below.





More {pumpkin} recipes coming soon...


Enjoy,



This post is linked to: Days of Thanksgiving, DIY Thanksgiving, Not So Homemade, Holiday Hookup, DIY Showoff FALL PARTY, Making the World Cuter, Motivate Me Mondays, Market Yourself Mondays, It's So Very Creative, Tasty Tuesday, Tempt My Tummy, Tuesdays at the Table, Topsy Turvy Tuesday, Tuesdays Unwrapped, Toot Your Horn Tuesday, Get Your Craft On, We're Organized Wednesday, Outdoor Wednesday, Works for Me Wednesday, Show and Tell, Whatever Goes Wednesday, Tablescape Thursday, Spotlight Yourself, Show off Your Stuff, Strut Your Stuff, Friday Favorites*, Show and Share Day, Foodie Friday*, I'm Lovin It*, Funky Junk Interiors*, Fabulous Friday Finds*, Tickled Pink*, Be Different Act Normal, Weekend Wrap Up

35 comments:

portatoredichrist said...

This seems like a perfect time to request yummy food. Specifically, I would like more of those apple muffins!

On a different note, I opened the cabinet last night to find Nyquil for the first time in at least a year. It was very helpful seeing a basket neatly labeled "medicine". Thank you for the work you put into making it easy.

Tammy @ tinselshop.com said...

Lisa
You have inspired me. I m going to create a baking station this week! Bring on the pumpkin recipes!
Best wishes..
Tammy

Kirsty said...

You put me to shame with your beautiful station. I think I would bake more if mine was as cute as yours. Now to figure out if that's a good or bad thing....hmmm

Your treats are super adorable too!! Domestic Goddess RU :)

Michelle said...

Beautiful!

Traci said...

UGGGHHH!! You're making me HUNGRY!!! Love those little acorn cookies!

Judy@cutest-little-things said...

I have a baking station - although admittedly not as cutely arranged as yours! Hmmmm...guess that's another weekend project to add to my list!

Seems we both have fall/winter homekeeping on the brain!

Judy@cutest-little-things

Kim said...

The edibles look great. The acorn cookies are the cutest, and the pumpkin cake looks divine. Nice job, Lisa

Donnie said...

Your photos are so lovely. I especially like the leaf cookies.

Alison said...

Yum! Pumpkin recipes are my favorite things this time of year!!
I love your organized baking cabinets, and those labels- so cute!

Jenny said...

Lisa, wow. Even your cupboards look charming!

I love the idea of the acorn cookies. I think I might have my Thanksgiving favors figured out now! If I find the right size of cutter I can pipe on names and use them for placecards, too!

Thanks so much!

Design It Chic said...

Hi Lisa! Love your baking shelves! They are so organized and cute:) I am now following you thanks to Buzz on By Thursday and it would be so nice if you could share the love back on my blog:) Oh and totally with you: being organized in the kitchen does make it more enjoyable.
Have a great day and feel free to check out our new easy tutorial going on today! Happy Thursday!

Pattie T. said...

What a delicious looking assortment of desserts. I love your cookies. Somewhere I have a bunch of acorn cooky cutters that I had intended to fill with chocolate and decorate, bag and use as little place setting gifts, but who knows where they are now. Sigh.

Jacqueline said...

Everything looks sooo yummy. Those cookies are just gorgeous. The kiddies would love them, they are so colorful. I am certainly hungry now!

TidyMom said...

Oh Lisa I remember that post!....PLEASE come organize me like that!!
and all those recipes look SO yummy....but I LOVE the cupcakes with the twine tied around them!! too cute!

Thanks for linking up!

Jane said...

Everything looks yummy! Love your baking station, too.

Jane
frugalfineliving.com

21st Century Housewife© said...

What a beautifully organised cupboard! And your recipes look and sound delicious.

Lisa said...

Your shelves are so cute! Makes me wish I had the room to get everything organized like that! I do have a few tins but I hate that I have to keep refilling them and then flour gets all over!

Sue said...

Such a fabulous collection of cute baked goods, and an amazingly organized pantry! WOW! Kudos to you!

Allie said...

I love your tupperware! I have my pantry organized like that too! Everytime someone new takes a look at my pantry, they look at me like I am crazy... But I know they are really just jealous on the inside! Love it!

Marni's Organized Mess said...

Wow! What a slew of wonderful goodies and organization! I love it!

The Quintessential Magpie said...

You absolutely do the cutest things I've ever seen, Lisa, and those acorn cookies are ADORABLE. Oh, they are cute! Everything is cute, and I think these are some wonderful fall ideas. Thanks so much for sharing.

XO,

Sheila :-)

Holly said...

I dream of a pantry that looks like that. It is gorgeous. I am trying...but it is going to take a lot of work.

Krafty Kat said...

You are just chock full of great ideas! Love the idea of a baking station- I need one NOW! Your fall treats look amazing. I am your newest follower! Feel free to link up for my Holiday Hookup:

http://kraftykat76.blogspot.com/

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

I LOVE having a baking station...makes baking so enjoyable and easy to do at a moments notice! Your baked goods are wonderful...loving those acorn cookies :)

Blessings!
Gail

MessyMissy said...

Wow!! You have such talent. I love the look of the Acorn cookies and the pumpkin cake with the dusted sugar design. So cool!!

Jerri said...

I'm loving all your fall treats! I'm featuring you this week for my Friday Favorites. Thanks for linking up each week!

Ashlee @ I'm Topsy Turvy said...

I love the labels! I think I might just needs some! Thanks for linking up to Topsy Turvy Tuesday's!

Kathleen said...

Hi, loved the DIY emag. Can you tell me where to get those ruffled cupcake papers? I am your newest follower!
Kathleen
www.cuisinekathleen.com

Marlo Shuskey said...

These articles written too great, your blog absolutely fantastic! Keep updating the blog, looking forward for more contents click here

Slamet Obama said...

This is a smart blog. I mean it. You have so much knowledge about this issue, and so much passion instalasi pengolahan air bersih

Slamet Obama said...

These articles written too great,they rich contents and data accurately. they are help to me. I expect to see your new share jasa sewa mobil solo

steve7876 said...

I'm very happy to learn this. This is the type of Best Mobile wallet manual to be given and not necessarily the random misinformation that's on the other blogs.

shahbaz said...

Woah! I'm really enjoying the template/theme of this site. It's simple, yet effective. A lot of times it's hard to get that "perfect balance" between usability and appearance. I must say you have done a very good job with this. In addition, the blog loads super fast for me on Chrome. Outstanding Blog!100CouponCode

steve7876 said...

Do you want to learn meditation online? Light Watkins has been providing meditation course from many year in new york.Home meditation courses Get the best meditation audio course online and best personal trainer now.

steve7876 said...

A very awesome blog post. We are really grateful for your blog post. Thanks for giving us this information. Keep posting.forex top brokers