The Weekend Dish: 10/16/2021
Happy Saturday, friends!
I hope that this week treated you well; it felt super fast and incredibly long all at once for me. Looking forward to a couple of days to relax and hang out.
What are you doing this weekend? Any fun baking or cooking plans?
On Brown Eyed Baker This Week
Pumpkin Pancakes – These pumpkin pancakes are light, fluffy, and the perfect way to ring in the fall season. Serve them for breakfast, brunch, or even dessert!
Ham and Split Pea Soup – Hearty and smoky with just a hint of sweetness, this Ham and Split Pea Soup is the perfect meal for a chilly day.
S’mores Whoopie Pies – S’mores whoopie pies feature soft graham cookies sandwiched around a layer of chocolate ganache and a creamy marshmallow filling. No campfire required! You’ll enjoy these year-round!
French Onion Soup – With a combination of beef and chicken stock, oven-braised caramelized onions, French baguette, and Gruyere cheese, you’ll want to eat this French onion soup all winter long.
Friday Things #442 – Recipes, bikes, birthdays, apple pie, email newsletters, hockey, rockets, and more…
Top 5 Most Popular Posts This Week:
1. My Favorite White Bread Recipe
4. How to Make Meringue: The Ultimate Guide
This Time Last Year…
These were the recipes that hit the site during this same week last year…
Sunday Dinner Menu
My mother-in-law has had a turkey in the freezer so we’re doing a classic turkey dinner!
What I Bookmarked This Week
I made these oven-baked chicken drumsticks for dinner this week; they were a huge hit! And you can’t beat a 5-minute prep time. I served them with buttermilk biscuits and roasted vegetables.
I’m dying to try these seven-layer rocky road magic bars; such a great spin on a classic!
Definitely planning to have these for breakfast multiple times this season >> Cinnamon Knots with Coffee Icing
I could make these a meal in and of themselves >> Peppery Torn Homemade Croutons
Perfect game day snacks! >> Everything Soft Pretzel Bites with Chipotle Beer Cheese
Have a delicious weekend!
How fun…full turkey dinner in October. Just as neat as pumpkin pie in October.
I enjoy seeing your Sunday dinner menu back. This one sounds just right for tomorrow with the cooler temps heading our way. Although the cooler seasonal temps are welcome, there was something warm and comforting about the warmer, humid weather in October than what it is in July or August. Have a great weekend & enjoy your family around the Sunday dinner table!