Friday Favorites, 2013: Week 46

Friday, November 15, 2013

More favorites from around the web that I’m behind on reporting!

Favorite fall desserts

Pumpkin Bars (you can NEVER go wrong with pumpkin and cream cheese!)

Pumpkin Bars

~~Recipe and photo…What Megan’s Making

Soft and Chewy Gingerbread Bars with Cream Cheese Frosting (MORE CREAM CHEESE!!!)

Gingerbread Bars

~~Recipe and photo…Lauren’s Latest

Cherry Pie Cookies (LOVE cherry pie…these look delicious!)

Cherry Pie cookies

~~Recipe and photo…The Recipe Critic

Favorite finance posts

The Four Best “Personal Finance 101″ Resources I’ve Found Online

How to Quickly Figure Out Your Retirement “Number”

The Extra Step

(~~The Simple Dollar)

Favorite sides

Corn Pudding (this reminds me of a dish I used to have a long time ago…)

Corn Pudding

~~Recipe and photo…Dixie Crystals

Parmesan Roasted Brussels Sprouts (I have STILL to taste  brussels sprouts in my life…but somehow I think I would like them!)

Parmesan Roasted Brussels Sprouts

~~Recipe and photo…Living Well, Spending Less

Favorite positive posts

10 Harsh Realities that Help You Grow

10 Relationship Tips Everyone Forgets

(~~Marc and Angel Hack Life)

Favorite entréeBroccoli-Wild Rice Casserole…looks like a totally comforting cold-weather meal!

Broccoli Wild Rice Casserole

~~Recipe and photo…Eat, Live, Run

Favorite funny… (it’s a little early for Christmas humor but I saw this and almost DIED laughing…LOVE it!)

Santa

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  1. I’m trying to catch up with blog reading so maybe by now you’ve tried Brussels sprouts. If you haven’t yet you must try them! They are one of my favorite vegetables right now especially sautéed in a smidge of coconut oil with some fresh cranberries and a sprinkle of salt, pepper and brown sugar for a little salty sweet action. Or roast them and throw them on top of a salad.

    I love these posts so much and I almost always bookmark a thing or two from them. Thanks for sharing.


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