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Wednesday Roundup: painting Fall on cookies AND 18 other edible leaves

painted cookies for fall

For today’s post, I’m sending you away first. Follow me over to Hungry Happenings, where I guest post with a tutorial on how to paint Fall on your cookies. Beth of Hungry Happenings has one of those creative-food-blogger minds that awes me. I’ve been a longtime fan of her work and a longtime blogging friend, too, so I’m honored to visit her in her internet home.

 

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Need more leaf in your life? Some more shades of auburn, burnt sienna, and mustard? You can eat leaves all day if you want. (Hmmm, now I’m thinking of all the ways we eat actual leaves, both for health and for fun. I actually mean food-that-looks-like-leaves. I promise.)

 

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Here are 18 clever ideas for eating your daily dose of leaves this fall, from breakfast to dessert:

Start your morning with some Fall leaves pancakes at i am baker.

Make Fall cupcakes topped with cake leaves at 1 Fine Cookie. Cake on cake!

Mist beautiful color on leaf cookies at The Adventures of Sweet Sugarbelle.

Use a cookie rake on those leaf sprinkles at Munchkin Munchies.

Stamp leaves on a 3D cookie tree at Haniela’s.

Make leaf JellO shots at The Bitten Word.

The most beautiful pie of the year, a fall tree apple pie at Family Feedbag.

Make potato leaves at She Knows.

Leaves for dinner! Make leaf quesadillas at Make the Best of Everything!

Fall leaves baked inside a cupcake at Blessings from My Kitchen.

Hungry Happenings has every meal covered. Make cheesy crescent roll leaves or veggie pizza leaves or cheesecake leaves.

Make a healthy leaf snack with peppers at Canadian Family.

Yum. Make butterscotch leaf piles at In Katrina’s Kitchen.

Make a gorgeous fall leaves cake at Bird on a Cake.

A leaf lunch. Make a fall leaf bento at Creative Food.

Cute! Seeds as leaves, and playtime on your plate at Little Nummies.

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5 Comments

  1. Posted September 4, 2013 at 7:21 am | Permalink

    I love these cookie Meaghan, I saw them over at Hungry Happenings yesterday. They are so cute!
    What a great round up, I visited some of the link and it has given me new ideas. Thanks for mentioning my tree, too.

  2. Posted September 4, 2013 at 7:27 am | Permalink

    These cookies are super cute, Meaghan! Thanks for including my cake in your round-up. :)

  3. Posted September 4, 2013 at 9:41 am | Permalink

    SO pretty! Thanks for including my cookies:) Time to check out all the others!

  4. Posted September 4, 2013 at 3:13 pm | Permalink

    Love the fall colors and you make drawing leaves look so easy!

  5. Posted September 4, 2013 at 9:25 pm | Permalink

    Now those are the only kind of leaves I want to rake up. Really incredible artistry on the cookies!

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