September Recipes

Okay ladies and gents, you may want to unbutton your pants for the month of September. Its going to be a rich one.

September 1- Melissa of Life in a Peanut Shell chose Espresso Cheesecake Brownies, pages 104 and 105.

September 8- Susan of She’s Becoming DoughMessTic selected Chocolate Souffle, page 406.

September 15- Julie of Someone’s in the Kitchen picked Flaky Apple Turnovers, pages 316 and 317.

September 22- Jacque of Daisy Lane Cakes decided on Cottage Cheese Pufflets, on pages 148 and 149.

September 29- Carla of Chocolate Moosey chose Chocolate-Crunched Caramel Tart, pages 355-357.

*and Ill be adding the newest members Sunday night, so please stop sending me hate email. :P

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23 thoughts on “September Recipes

  1. Yay- thanks for posting this early! Hopefully I’ll get done in time to schedule the posts before I have my baby. :) I’m not sure baking all those amazing recipes will help keep down the baby weight, though!

  2. Laurie – thanks for the leeway for the summer – I didn’t do most of August’s recipes. Although after seeing Septembers, I may need to consider joining a gym.

    Or never eating anything but dessert all day long.

  3. Great selection of recipes – and thanks for posting earlier than normal! It helps to gather ingredients and get organized (if that’s even possible)! Can’t wait for the Espresso Cheesecake…mmm

  4. These all look amazing, it’s going to be difficult to only pick two of these! Maybe I’m going to have to do three as I did tell myself I could only bake something for TWD every other week ;)

  5. I am so excited! For the last few years I have had a goal of making a sweet souffle. I am thrilled to try the chocolate one. I am VERY excited about this month’s recipes. It will help me feel less sad about summer coming to an end. Thank you recipe hosts!

  6. I’ve only made 2 chocolate souffles before. The first I threw together, not paying much notice to exact measurements and it puffed up beautifully. The second, I paid close attention to every detail, etc – and it came out flat. Go figure…. they taste fantastic though!

    • I’ve never made a full sized souffle before, only individual ones in ramekins, so I’m looking forward to that recipe, too. Oh, and I better add “souffle pan” to my list!

  7. We have been so busy with our company that I have barely had time to look over here, just came over to make up my grocery list for TWD & am so excited about all the goodies taking place this month *WOOT*! And I am loving this new site!

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