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Here’s what to do with your abundance of apples this month: super easy caramel apple turnovers. Yes yes I use puff pastry but sometimes you just don’t have time for the real stuff! This is actually an older recipe that I reshot recently.

Besides that, there’s so much I want to share with you today! First, what are you baking this weekend?

1) I picked up some new bowls at Anthropologie last week. I needed some cereal/soup bowls and these colorful latte bowls screamed adorable. From reading the reviews, they’re very popular! I also got the mini ones too– mostly for small amounts of prep ingredients for cooking/baking. I love all the colors. One more thing: I’ve gotten some questions about where I purchased the serving utensils you’ve seen in my pictures. These right here— also from Anthro!

2) We rented a pontoon boat while we were at Lake Wallenpaupack last weekend. I may have also purchased donut floats (complete with sprinkles) and a unicorn float. Are you a boat person? Are you a swimming person? A unicorn float person? I am all of the above, especially that last one. Jude’s definitely a boat dog.

3) Dying to try these chewy oatmeal zucchini cookies. I’ve had some trouble making cookies with zucchini in the past. Always too wet or too cakey. These look amazing and SO easy. As does this epic s’mores cheesecake from Brown Eyed Baker.

4) Fall baking: are you ready? Too early? Planning out my Fall baking list. I’ve got a lot of ideas, but want to know what you’re in the mood for.

5) 7 caramel-filled desserts! #4 sounds really, really good.

6) I made my salted caramel sauce again last week. Shot some new pictures for you too! I also have a new video for it– just so you can see how easy it really is. The granulated sugar really melts down like that. It’s incredible!

7) What I’m up to this month: we’re headed to The Lumineer’s concert tonight, I’m securing a Chicago baking/cooking demo for November (more details soon!), my friend’s wedding in a couple weeks, our 2nd wedding anniversary, apple picking!

 salted caramel recipe

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  1. I just baked up your chocolate zucchini bread to take to work tomorrow. Hopefully that will add some cheer to the prospect of working over the weekend.
    I’ve never been fruit picking! I know there are some great places to go apple picking around Seattle. I’ll have to check it out and make some caramel apple cake! Or the apple pie bars with caramel sauce that’s been on my list of things to make forever.
    LOVE those bowls!! I’ve been on the lookout for small bowls to use for ice cream, so I can stop eating pints at a time because “that single scoop looks so sad in my big big bowl”. I think the mini cups might be the ticket!

  2. I made your apple turnovers! I had a homemade 15 minute puff pastry on hand (delicious!) and your apple filling was perfect to go with it. My dad liked them… And he doesn’t even like apple pie. 
    As for weekend baking, I might make your snickerdoodles. They are my fiancé’s favorite. 

  3. We are apple picking soon and I will definitely make your turnovers. In the meantime I am going to bake your chocolate pumpkin bread! Any other suggestions for my fall baking??

  4. Happy Saturday!
    I got up this morning too early for a Saturday! A friend is coming over to learn how to make cake pops so I needed to get ready. I made a double batch of chocolate buttercream and rolled half of a 9X13 sheet cake into balls. We will make more cake balls when she gets here and dip the ones that have been chilling!
    To your question on fall baking…I LOVE Fall baking!! I love to make pumpkin spice cake pops-the teeny tiny leaves make these pops! I also love to make pumpkin bread-mine are made in 3X5 mini loaves and are so spicy and moist. 
    I cannot wait to see what pops up on your site! I love trying new things….and I think the pumpkin pancakes are on the menu for Sunday. It actually felt like fall last night in Denver!

  5. I’ve been watching the local apple orchard with eagle eyes and see that my baking apples will be ready in 2 weeks! For us, once the calendar flips to September, it’s apple and pumpkin everything! 🙂 Now if you’ll excuse me, I have some salted caramel sauce to make! WOW that looks good!

  6. I used to leave ‘ve in Scranton. Been to Lake Wallenpaupak several times. Love your recipes. My grandson demolishes your blueberry muffin recipe. I added lemon zest for a kick. Thanks.

  7. Hello there! I’m actually browsing your recipes looking for inspiration..or temptation, either way. I actually just baked my first bundt cake which was your Apple recipe with the brown sugar glaze. It was a huge hit and I left the party with only a small section remaining. I can’t wait for this summer heat to break…bring on the crunchy leaves and fall desserts!

  8. Bring on the fall baking! It’s still so hot here that fall can’t come soon enough! It’s my favorite season, with pumpkin and cinnamon in everything. 😀

  9. Fall recipes that I would love you to do include pumpkin scones, a savory breaksfast scone, giant corn muffins (need to keep my jumbo muffin pan working!) Pumpkin ice cream is my husband’s favorite but I haven’t found a simple and tasty recipe for it. Thanks and enjoy the weekend!

  10. Hi Sally! These are on my bake wishlist for the weekend. I can’t wait to fill the house with the smell of cinnamon and see the happy looks on the faces of my hubby and sons.  They all love snickerdoodles and have no idea about the caramel surprise they’re in store for in the middle of these. I think I’m going to be a cookie hero

  11. I am literally beyond excited for fall to get here!
    Fall baking ideas include… How to make a chai latte? Or a lightened up PSL? Maybe a soft sugar cookie with a pumpkin pie spice frosting? Random thought there. Also… Some sort of Halloween themed cupcake or treat would be adorable!

  12. I made your chocolate peanut butter sheet cake today for a picnic tomorrow. It’s a huge hit!
    Caramel recipes for fall please! I’m baking your caramel snickerdoodles once it cools down a little here in Baltimore.

  13. Hi Sally!
    LOVE the look of those turnovers!  I’m so a summer girl & will miss it incredibly until next year BUT I do enjoy the fall (especially the baking!)…. As soon as Sept 22nd hits I will be making my first batch of pumpkin butter of the season & proceed to put it on everything… I look forward to apple picking & then making as many apple pies as people are willing to help me eat around here! And i cannot wait to see what you have in store for us!! I’m gonna be making your ‘best ever’ banana bread shortly to use up some very questionable bananas…. Have a lovely week!

  14. LOVE all the new kitchenware you bought from Anthropologie! Absolutely gorgeous; I want (but don’t really NEED, I suppose) bowls like that – I have a similar serving utensils set that I always break out for special occasions. Pretty kitchenware is always a must. And no, it’s not too early for Fall baking! Fall baking to me immediately starts following September first. I made cinnamon apple muffins last week and a pumpkin spice coffee cake today, so I won’t be waiting until October to make more pumpkin and apple recipes! Definitely looking forward to seeing some Fall recipes around here. I have been wanting to try that caramel apple turnover recipe, too; I don’t mind using puff pastry and shortcuts like that once in a while – still better than totally store bought and still pretty quick 🙂

    1. 100% agreed on pretty kitchenware. Sometimes it’s hard (ok, impossible) for me to draw the line. Do I really need 12 rubber spatulas with cute sayings on them? Hahaha

  15. This weekend’s baking involved a Victoria sandwich (because I really wanted one!), chocolate biscuits for the kids, and chocolate soured cream cupcakes for the husband (Instead of the old-fashioned chocolate cake he insists I make him every week!)

    We’ve been eating a lot of strawberries over the summer, so last week I bought in cooking apples and we had Eve’s pudding, just to stop the grumbling.  Between that and crumble, that’s autumn nailed!

  16. Oh, I’m so happy you’re coming to Chicago!!! I just moved to the US exactly in Chicago. I have been willing to meet you for years and I will finally have the occasion to when I’ll see you at the baking demo. There is no way I can miss this. Can’t wait, I’m so excited 🙂



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