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Fall Treats!

Oh my goodness! I cannot believe that in just a few days it is going to be November, and that only means one thing...Winter is quickly approaching. Of course, being a lover of Fall, I am going to drag out this season as long as I can, and the best way to do that is keep those Fall flavors in my home at all times. One of my favorite Fall flavors has to be pumpkin, by a long shot, which is why one of the treats I'm making today is White Chocolate Pumpkin Hot Chocolate along with cinnamon roll waffles! Sound good? Good! Let's get started! :)


What you need:

*Pumpkin puree
*Cinnamon/Pumpkin Spice 
*White Chocolate Chips
*Whipped Cream

The first thing you are going to want to do it pour in your milk into the saucepan at about a medium heat, so it won't burn. The amount depends on how much you want to make. I just poured milk into the mug I was going to, then poured that into the pan. That way I made just the right amount! 

Once the milk is heated up, you want to pour in your white chocolate chips. Again, you can pour in how ever much you would like. It all depends on your preference, but I decided to go with about 1/3 of a cup. Whisk those around a bit until they are completely melted.

Now, you are going to add in your pumpkin, vanilla, and cinnamon. You want 1 tablespoon of pumpkin puree, 1/8 teaspoon vanilla (or just a splash), and 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon/pumpkin spice. Just put this into your milk and chocolate mixture, and whisk it in until mixed completely. 

Then you can pour in all into your mug and add your whipped cream as well as a sprinkle of cinnamon on top! I really wish I had a cute fallish mug to use, but unfortunately, I do not. I like this one just the same though! Enjoy! 


What you need:

*Waffle iron
*Cinnamon Rolls
*Chocolate chips (optional)

These are probably one of the simplest treats you could make! All you do it place your cinnamon rolls where you would make your individual waffles and allow for them to cook for only a few minutes. 

They will end up looking something like this! :)

And you're done! You could add the icing on top (which you can melt for 10-15 seconds in the microwave), whipped cream, and/or chocolate chips! I kind of went slightly overboard with these just because I could. You definitely do not need to all of that, but it's all up to you! Enjoy!

Well, I hope you can enjoy your Fall season a little bit more while snuggling up in your favorite blanket with your nice hot chocolate and favorite book or movie! I know that is exactly what I'm planning on doing! :) Have an amazing rest of your day and let me know if you try either of these and how they end up! 

♥ always, 

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