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My Favorite Jewelry Trends for Fall

As back-to-school approaches, I can't help but look forward to the Fall season. One of the best things about Fall in my opinion, is the fashion! With tall boots and suede hats to chic satchels and statement jewelry, it's the best time of the year to have fun with accessories. Personally, one of my favorite Autumn accessories, and the easiest way to update an outfit, is jewelry. From a big bold ear cuff to minimal gold necklaces with interesting little pendants, my fashion forecast for Fall this year includes more modern and sleek pieces.

For example, while I tend to love a pair of sparkly statement studs or a larger dangling statement earring, this Fall I see a modern ear cuff being one of the biggest earring trends, and it's definitely one of my favorite jewelry trends! It looks great on its own or paired with some gold hoops, and you can even pair it with a cool ear crawler. These elegant and modern ear cuffs come with sleek built-in tassel earrings. I love that this je…

Pumpkin Spice French Toast


This recipe is so easy. I love it because it's naturally dairy-free, and you could easily make it gluten-free by swapping out the bread. It's also a quick fix if you're craving a pumpkin-flavored treat. My girls and I like to make pancakes for our weekend brunches, but this is our new favorite. We made it a few times, adding more pumpkin each time. Tonight (yes, we had it for dinner) we added extra pumpkin pie spice and cinnamon. Everyone agreed it was the best thus far. Serve it up for a cozy fall brunch or for an easy holiday breakfast.

I used 9 slices of plain white sandwich bread, and the pumpkin mixture wound up being just enough; if you want to make more slices or plan to use large Texas toast and want to let it soak a little, you may want to increase the quantities a bit.

Ingredients
  • 8-9 slices of white sandwich bread
  • 3/4 c canned pumpkin puree
  • 5 eggs
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1&1/2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
  • butter or oil for coating the griddle

Instructions

Simply blend all the ingredients (other than the bread of course) and dip the bread in the mixture, coating each side.

Coat the griddle and heat it to 350 degrees, then cook each side about 5 minutes or until golden brown. That's it!

Pile on the fixings for a holiday brunch; set out an array of syrups, powdered sugar, cinnamon, whipped cream, and nuts.


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  1. Mmmmmm - what a great fall breakfast idea! I love the dairy-free recipes too!

    Thanks for sharing!
    xoxo

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  2. Oh, this sounds good! I wonder if I could make it without setting the kitchen on fire?

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  3. Hmmm, let's see, I love French toast, and the same goes for anything with pumpkin... I think it's safe to say I'd like it!

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