NOVEMBER BAKING CHALLENGE
November 2020 Sally’s Baking Challenge Recipe: No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake
Ever since I shared my no bake cheesecake, I’ve had requests for a pumpkin variation. This recipe kicks off Sally’s Pie Week, an annual tradition where I share multiple pie recipes in a row. Though not technically a pie, cheesecake is close enough. 😉 We have 5 new pie recipes coming next week too. Since pumpkin has been hard to find this season, there are a few alternate challenge recipes you can make this month including ANY recipe from the upcoming Sally’s Pie Week. Make sure you sign up for my email list so you’re alerted as soon as a new Sally’s Pie Week recipe publishes!
How to Join Sally's Baking Challenge
- Recipe: I publish a new challenge recipe on the 1st of each month. Sign up for Sally’s Baking Challenge emails so you’re alerted as soon as a new challenge recipe is published.
- Bake: Bake the recipe during that month.
- Send: Share your recipe photo with us via email: [email protected]. By emailing your recipe photo, you are automatically entered in the baking challenge. For a bonus entry, leave a review on the challenge recipe. Instagram direct messages are hard to track, so please email your recipe photo instead. Feel free to share on social media using #sallysbakingchallenge and tagging me (@sallysbakeblog), but the only way to guarantee you are in the running is sending your entry via email.
By emailing your recipe photo to us, you are automatically entered in the baking challenge. 1 winner receives a $250 Amazon Gift Card. We keep track of your photos and randomly select 1 winner at the end of the month. The challenge is open to the whole world. Challenge ends on November 29th at 5pm ET. The winner will be selected at random and posted in the November Baking Challenge blog post on November 30th 2020. Visit the Sally’s Baking Challenge FAQ page if you have any questions about my baking challenges!
Let’s Review the October Baking Challenge
October 2020 Sally’s Baking Challenge Recipe: Baked Apples
These baked apples were a fun small batch dessert to try in October. This recipe is free from common allergens like gluten and eggs, so bakers who can’t usually participate in the monthly challenges were able to join the fun. 🙂 I loved seeing all your additions to this basic recipe– a few of you added dried cranberries and/or shredded coconut to the filling and some served the baked apples with creme fraiche or a drizzle of melted peanut butter. My mouth is watering!!
One of my favorite recipe reviews came from reader Lauren:
“Loved these so much!! They were super easy to make and made my kitchen smell like fall. Can’t wait to make these over and over again!”
Challenge winner for October is Anna and she has been notified. 🙂