Monthly Archives: September 2017


Little Love Notes

A few little love notes to the things I loved most this week, like this REST DIY Felted Needle Lettering Pillow; plus weekend plans. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

Hello, weekend! We’ve got baby on the brain with her due date just days away (we think!) I hit 39 weeks on Tuesday, so at this point, it’s just a waiting game. My scheduled brain wants to do ALL of the things before baby’s arrival, but the rational part of me knows I should be kicking up my feet, munching on cookies, reading a good book, and enjoying these last few days with my little family of three. My baby brother is in town for a wedding, so at least we have him to play with in between wedding events, though I wish I could do more! Maybe we’ll sneak off to a farmers market and a good meal here and there while he’s in town. Meanwhile, I’ll be sharing what we’re up to throughout the weekend over on instagram (lots of fun behind-the-scenes on my insta stories too!), facebook, and twitter. Follow along! How about you? Any exciting weekend plans?

With that, a few little love notes to the things I loved most this week …

Dear DIY’s to try, this felted needle lettering pillow, because REST and a little craft project, are probably just what I need.

Dear making wavesthe evolution of women in stock photos.

Dear travel bug, want to prolong that trip? Here’s how to bring your vacation home with you.

Dear beauty mavensiconic eyebrows throughout history.

Dear small space woes, 11 brilliant tips for making your tiny fridge feel bigger.

Dear daily swoon, this travel photographer captures gorgeous flowing gowns against breathtaking landscapes.

Dear inspiration for the home5 color palettes to try this fall.

Dear weekend baking, pumpkin dream cake. Because it is time to break out the pumpkin!

PSST … Friday is the LAST DAY of this epically huge sale. My fall picks, right this way.

Get the origins of these sweet little love notes, here, and catch up on love notes of the past.

image via Fall For DIY

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Lexi

Fall Bucket List

It’s the most wonderful time of the year … at least in my fall-loving heart.

I get it. Being obsessed with fall is a tad bit cliché and totally basic, but there’s something about it that gets me every time. Maybe it’s that I grew up in Miami, and fall still feels totally new to me, but goodness, I love the changing of the seasons. And this year, not only do I get pumpkin patches, apple picking, all of the best desserts, the smell of a crackling fire, cozy blankets and scarves, Halloween and Thanksgiving, but we get a brand new baby girl to share it all with. A baby I get to dress up like a pumpkin. I’m thrilled, to say the least.

Of course, we’ll have to keep our fall bucket list relatively low-key this year, since we’ll have a very tiny newborn baby in tow (eep!), but that won’t stop me from making whatever plans I can.

And just as in years past, because clearly I can’t get enough of all of the fall things, I’m pulling out my notepad, or in this case, trusty blog post, and making a fall “to do” list. Because what better way to enjoy every second of fall, than with a fall bucket list?

The Ultimate Fall Bucket List, complete with apple picking, a goat farm, pumpkins, and knitting one of those giant chunky blankets. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc - Fall Bucket List by North Carolina lifestyle blogger Glitter, Inc.

OUR FALL BUCKET LIST:

Transition our home for the season. I’m breaking out the fall décor, blankets, pinecones, scented candles (I’ve heard this pumpkin jar candle is incredible … and I’m a fan of everything Capri Blue!)

Go to the goat farm. I know it’s a little cuckoo, but Scarlett would go crrrrazy for all of those goats.

Head to our local Pumpkin Patch (it’s so close!) and buy enough great big pumpkins to line our front porch steps. We may not make it to the apple orchard this year since baby number two will be so small, but we sure had fun last year! (If you’re in North Carolina, you have to check out this orchard.)

Decorate our front porch for fall. (Here’s last year’s set-up.)

Learn to knit, and then finally knit one of those giant chunky oversized knit throws I’ve always wanted. Or you know … just buy one.

Put together a fall reading list. With a baby on the way, I’ll have nothing but time to sit still under a newborn, and a few new books sound like perfection.

Plan a picnic – even if it’s in our own backyard – where we actually pack a yummy lunch, in a basket, and enjoy the perfect weather. (Here’s a little picnic inspiration for ya, if you feel so inclined!)

Go all out for Halloween this year. We won’t be venturing far from the house this year, so I’d love to decorate and have plenty of fun snacks and things to do here at home.

Plan a movie-viewing party in our backyard. I’ve always wanted to do this, complete with a drop-down screen (i.e., a white sheet hung over our back deck) and I’m determined to try to make it happen this fall … or winter.

Discover the perfect shade of vampy lipstick.

Discover the best pumpkin donuts in the area. There are pretty great donuts here in the Triangle, and I’m determined to find the best.

Go for a walk with the family along the trail by our house and pick our favorite fall leaves and pinecones to decorate our dining room table.

Bake a few recipes I’ve had on my must-try list. Oh, and these apple crisp shortbread bars from last year will most definitely be a repeat offender this season.

Take a trip to the farmers market to check out all of the new things they have to offer for fall.

Get creative with pumpkins. There are so many awesome pumpkin DIY’s out there and I’m definitely going to try out a few this season. (Remember the DIY marbled pumpkins and glitter-dipped pumpkins?)

Fill our fireplace with pumpkins. I’m pumpkin obsessed. Told ya.

 

What about you? What’s on your fall bucket list? Let me know in the comments!

The Ultimate Fall Bucket List, complete with apple picking, a goat farm, pumpkins, and knitting one of those giant chunky blankets. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc - Fall Bucket List by North Carolina lifestyle blogger Glitter, Inc.

Looking for more Fall inspiration? Check out everything topping my fall wish list and our most recent recipes.

Photo by Merritt Chesson Photography

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Lexi

The Fall Edit: Everything Topping My Wish List (and a Huge Sale!)

There’s nothing that I don’t like about fall; from the falling leaves to all of the great holidays, pumpkin patches and apple picking, and oh my goodness, the fashion. Every year, by mid-August, I’m already dreaming of my fall edit, and just what it is I’ll add to my closet for the season. And then September arrives and it’s not so crazy to start my fall shopping! Most notably, I love to dream of adding a new handbag for fall, denim (I’ve recently fallen in love with the brand DL1961; their denim feels like butter on and is so forgiving and flattering!), on-trend baubles (this year it’s all about layered heirloom jewelry, especially in gold), structured coats (I have my eye on this lightweight Suncoo Erik Trench Coat because the color is basically perfection, and I’ve always wanted a classic trench.), high-waisted pants and jeans, loafers and mules, booties, and over-the-knee boots, oversized scarves, and ALL of the sweaters. (For the record, this cashmere tie sweater is stunning.)

And lucky for all of us, today is the first day of a HUGE Shopbop sale event. (The early sale begins on Tuesday, September 26th at 7am EST!) These sales only happen 3 to 4 times a year; that’s because they’re insanely good and SITEWIDE, with a few exclusions.

Through Friday, September 29th at 11:59pm PST, you’ll get up to 25% off almost all full-price and sale items with code EOTS17, including all of the brand new Fall styles. (Those are major nearly sitewide markdowns on brands we all love like Kate Spade New York, Ulla JohnsonA.L.C.Tory BurchCitizens of Humanity (Favorite boyfriend/girlfriend jeans ever!), Loeffler RandallFree PeopleHATCHJenni Kayne, alice + olivia, and 3.1 Phillip Lim, that are almost NEVER on sale.) All you have to do is enter the promo code EOTS17 during checkout and BINGO: huge savings during this Shopbop Sale!

But here’s the catch, things sell out FAST at Shopbop Big Sale Events. So we’re giving you a leg up on the competition: the early sale will begin Tuesday, September 26th at 7am EST, even though the official Shopbop sale begins for the general public on Wednesday. As a Shopbop insider (that’s you all!), you’re getting the green light to start shopping the sale on the 26th with code EOTS17.

 

What about you? What’s in your Fall Edit and Fall wish list? Let me know in the comments below!

Fashion blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares her Fall Edit and just what's topping her wish list. (Psst ... it's ALL on sale!) | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

SHOP MY FALL PICKS:  1. Janessa Leone Sean Fedora Hat // 2. Cult Gaia Acrylic Ark Bag in Tortoise // 3. Gucci Urban Pop Glitter Square Sunglasses // 4. TIARE HAWAII Dakota Maxi Skirt (Love the warm colors in this bohemian-inspired skirt and it would pair so well with a slouchy sweater like this Free People Take Over Me V Neck Sweater.) // 5. Ulla Johnson Dahlia Dress // 6. Loeffler Randall Coco Mules (Love these!) // 7. Luv Aj The Moonstone Multi Charm Necklace // 8. RE/DONE High Rise Ankle Crop Jeans // 9. Mackage Witty Leather Tech Gloves // 10. Ulla Johnson Beatriz Pullover (This one is selling out fast.) // 11. Levi’s 721 Skinny Jeans (If you haven’t tried these jeans and you love a good lived in pair of go-anywhere denim at a great price, prepare to fall hard. Big fan of this new darker wash!) // 12. Sea Pom Pom Tunic Dress // 13. Blank Denim The Principle Mid Rise Vegan Leather Skinny Pants // 14. Ulla Johnson Lou Slides (also in the prettiest shade of Rose) // 15. Ramy Brook Candice Studded Dress // 16. SANCIA Babylon Bar Bag // 17. See by Chloe Dasha Dakar Over the Knee Boots (SO many gorgeous over-the-knee boots in every price range are on sale.) // 18. Kate Spade New York Mega Check Scarf // 19. Rag & Bone/JEAN Velour Scout Pants (Speaking of velvet, how chic are these Rag & Bone/JEAN Velvet Ame Zipper Capri Jeans?) // 20. Little Liffner Croc Shopper Bag // 21. W.Kleinberg Glazed Leather Large Tab Belt (Also comes in black.) // 22. AG Savannah Blouse // 23. Namrata Joshipura Marseille Pony Bow // 24. Jennifer Behr Small Pony Cuff in Rose Gold // 25. Kitsch Star Bobby Pin Set // 26. Hunter Boots Original Tour Short Boots (ALL of the Hunter Boots are on sale!) // 27. Rebecca Minkoff Berea Cardigan (Also loving the BB Dakota Connelly Slub Duster.)

 

Plus more of what’s topping my Fall Edit wish list …

 

These are just a few of my favorite things at Shopbop right now – most with a Fall spin (hello, cooler temps!) – but I could spend hours on the site. They carry all of my favorite brands, offer free shipping AND free return shopping, and their customer service is the best.

Fashion blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares her Fall Edit and just what's topping her wish list. (Psst ... it's ALL on sale!) | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

Remember, the sale start Tuesday, September 26th at 7am EST and ends Friday, September 29th at 11:59pm PST. Some brand exclusions will apply. For terms and conditions go here.

Happy shopping!

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Blueberry Lavender Streusel Muffins

Blueberry muffins are a classic, and rightfully so. A great blueberry muffin, with just the right weight, fluff, and sweet bursting blueberries in every delicate bite, is one fantastic breakfast (or snack). Add a pinch of lavender and a generous sprinkling of warm homemade streusel topping, and you might just be making these incredible blueberry lavender streusel muffins on repeat for ever and ever. They’re that good.

The most incredible blueberry lavender streusel muffins packed with fresh blueberries, a hint of delicate lavender, and topped with a buttery-sweet streusel. YUM. Click through for the recipe. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

There’s something about the delicate perfumed taste of subtle lavender laced throughout each bright, blueberry-filled bite, combined with a buttery-sweet streusel topping, that just gets it.

The most incredible blueberry lavender streusel muffins packed with fresh blueberries, a hint of delicate lavender, and topped with a buttery-sweet streusel. YUM. Click through for the recipe. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

Our fantastic food contributor, Hope, dreamed up the recipe for these blueberry lavender streusel muffins, and the result is possibly the most perfect muffin ever.

From Hope:

These lavender blueberry muffins boast a unique and wonderful flavor. The deliciously moist muffins are filled with bursting blueberries and topped with crumbly brown sugar streusel. The amazing scent of the lavender buds is just enough to emanate from warm, steaming muffins without making them taste too floral.

The most incredible blueberry lavender streusel muffins packed with fresh blueberries, a hint of delicate lavender, and topped with a buttery-sweet streusel. YUM. Click through for the recipe. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

Blueberry Lavender Streusel Muffins

A classic, and delicious, blueberry muffin recipe gets a modern and incredible upgrade with a pinch of lavender and a generous sprinkling of warm homemade streusel topping. The result is muffin heaven. 

Ingredients

Streusel

  • 3/4 cup flour
  • 3/4 cup loosely packed brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 6 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened

Blueberry Lavender Muffins

  • 2 ¼ cups flour
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 5 tablespoons butter, softened
  • 5 tablespoons + 1 teaspoon (1/3 cup) butter, melted
  • ¾ teaspoon dried lavender buds*
  • ¾ cup sugar
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 1 cup fresh or frozen blueberries

*You can find dried lavender buds on Amazon and at certain Target stores.

Instructions

  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Spray a muffin tin with nonstick cooking spray or line with muffin liners.

To Make the Streusel

  • In a bowl, whisk together the flour, sugar and cinnamon. Add the butter and mix it into the dry ingredients, then use your hands to bring the streusel together until it resembles the texture of sand. I take pieces of it and squeeze together.

To Make the Muffins

  • In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, soda and salt.      
  • In the bowl of your electric mixer, beat together the butter, lavender, and sugar until fluffy, about 5 minutes, scraping down the bowl when needed. Add the eggs, one at a time, and beat until combined. Add the vanilla. Stir in the yogurt just until it is incorporated in, being careful not to over-mix. It is fine to have a few streaks of yogurt at this stage.
  • Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients. Stir the mixture together, just until the wet and dry ingredients are combined. The batter will be very thick. Fold in the blueberries until they are evenly distributed.
  • Fill the muffin tins with about 1 ½ tablespoons of the batter (I use a medium cookie scoop for this and it works so well!). Press down the batter with a spoon or your fingers so it covers the bottom of the cup, then sprinkle some of the streusel on top. Top the streusel with the remaining batter to make the muffin about 2/3 full. I filled my muffins higher than this, which created the muffin top you see here. If you want that, fill the cups with a bit more batter. Top the batter with what is left of the streusel, gently pressing the crumbs into the batter so they stay on the muffins.
  • Bake the muffins for 20 to 25 minutes, until the tops are set and a toothpick inserted to the center comes out clean. Remove them from the oven and let cool completely before removing from the pan.

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The most incredible blueberry lavender streusel muffins packed with fresh blueberries, a hint of delicate lavender, and topped with a buttery-sweet streusel. YUM. Click through for the recipe. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc The most incredible blueberry lavender streusel muffins packed with fresh blueberries, a hint of delicate lavender, and topped with a buttery-sweet streusel. YUM. Click through for the recipe. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

A truly great muffin is one that has that crusty outside and a perfectly moist inside, and these blueberry lavender streusel muffins totally achieve that, and then some.

Serve them warm with a cup of tea or coffee and squirrel them away so that you’ll have a decadent breakfast every morning for a few days; that is, if you can keep them in the house that long.

The most incredible blueberry lavender streusel muffins packed with fresh blueberries, a hint of delicate lavender, and topped with a buttery-sweet streusel. YUM. Click through for the recipe. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

Love this recipe? Head to our recipe page to check out what we’ve been whipping up in the kitchen!

If you make your own blueberry lavender streusel muffins, be sure to tag me on social media (@glitterinclexi) so I can live vicariously through all of your sweet creations!


Lexi

Little Love Notes

Lifestyle blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares a few little love note to the things loved most this week, plus weekend plans (psst ... they involve work, but at least the desk is pretty.) Click through for the details. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

I can’t believe I’m 37 weeks pregnant this week! Well, I can. I feel HUGE. I also have all of this energy, and a need to tackle everything before our babe comes, and yet, everyone keeps telling me to slow down. I have a toddler. There is no slowing down. But I am trying to get as much work done as I can – the kind where I sit on a couch and work from a laptop – before her arrival – because I know in those first few weeks, the last thing on my mind will be work. I hold those first few weeks pretty sacred. It’s a chance to bond with your new baby, to soak up that sweet newborn smell, the sound of their tiny breaths, and to heal. Labor is no joke. Soooo, I’m attempting to take it easy this weekend. No promises, of course. I’ll be sharing what we’re up to throughout the weekend over on instagram (lots of fun behind-the-scenes on my insta stories too!), facebook, and twitter. Follow along! How about you? Any exciting weekend plans?

With that, a few little love notes to the things I loved most this week …

Dear DIYs to try, this awesome (and simple) vertical gold hoop photo display.

Dear wanderlust, 27 things travel agents pack on their own trips.

Dear get-in-my-closet, the most adorable cross-back pullover sweater. WANT.

Dear must-follow, Instagrammer @karinpfeiffboschek shares nothing but pictures of gorgeously detailed pie and you will love every single square.

Dear fellow parents, this photographer’s photo series reveals what’s in a preschooler’s pockets and it’s unbelievably sweet.

Dear always tired, tried and true ways to trick yourself into feeling awake after a bad night’s sleep.

Dear big family decisions, this essay on embracing change as a family is great and worth the read.

Dear weekend baking, dirty chai dark chocolate flourless brownies.

Get the origins of these sweet little love notes, here, and catch up on love notes of the past.

image via @rachelrouhana (Kate Spade Bow Paper Clips // Baublebar Headphones)

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Lexi

How to Make a Classic Peach Cobbler

This recipe took love, and several tweaks, but I finally think I’ve got it: an absolutely incredible classic peach cobbler, with a moist sugar cookie like doughy crust. As in, you must, must, must make this recipe. You will not be sorry. Actually, you’ll be really happy. And full of caramelized peaches and sugary dough. And happiness. Seriously, so much happiness.

Let’s talk peaches. I love them. They’re basically a perfect vehicle for dessert. And though I’m making this peach cobbler right now at the peak of summer peach season, truly, canned and/or frozen peaches work so well in cobbler too.

Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares a recipe for classic peach cobbler. Caramelized peaches are topped with a sugar-cookie-like doughy crust. YUM. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

I actually scored a whole basket of freshly picked peaches a few weekends back at our local farmer’s market, which prompted me to want to make ALL of the peach things.

How to Make a Classic Peach Cobbler by North Carolina foodie blogger Glitter, Inc.

Well, those peaches we could actually get home.

I thought about making something more elaborate, but then I realized, what I really wanted was a classic peach cobbler. (Oh, and these amazing 10-minute peach dumplings, roasted peaches with yogurt and homemade streuselpeaches and cream muffins with cream cheese frosting, the perfect peach cake, and roasted peach and oatmeal cookie no-churn ice cream.) Sometimes I worry that a recipe can be too overdone to share it here on the blog, but truth is, it’s those classic comfort foods that are some of my favorites. And when it comes to desserts in particular, I LOVE a tried-and-true sweet treat. And cobbler. I mean, oh my gosh. It’s so good. I love basically any fruit-based dessert; both this vegan triple berry crisp and slow-cooker apple crisp are just a few favorites, and really, if you scroll through our recipes, you’ll find so many desserts where fruit is the star of the show.

So classic peach cobbler it was!

Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares a recipe for classic peach cobbler. Caramelized peaches are topped with a sugar-cookie-like doughy crust. YUM. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

Traditional cobbler is a baked fruit dessert topped with a homemade batter or biscuit crust; unlike a crisp or crumble that’s more of a baked fruit dessert topped with a homemade streusel or granola. This version of cobbler, one of my favorites, has an almost sugar-cookie-like doughy crust that you won’t be able to get enough of.

There’s something so satisfying about cooked-down peaches. They have this amazing roasted, caramelized quality to them, that almost tastes sugary and buttery all on it’s own. Then of course, there’s the cobbler crust. I’ve tried a lot of cobblers, and this one, that resembles a doughy sugar cookie dough, is just right for cobbler. It’s thick, and sweet, and buttery, and did I mention it tastes like a warm-baked cobblery sugar cookie?

Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares a recipe for classic peach cobbler. Caramelized peaches are topped with a sugar-cookie-like doughy crust. YUM. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

Classic Peach Cobbler

You are going to absolutely LOVE this version of a classic peach cobbler! Caramelized, cooked down peaches are topped with an almost sugar-cookie-like doughy crust that you won't be able to get enough of. YUM.

Ingredients

  • 2-3 cups sliced and peeled peaches and/or nectarines* 
  • 1-2 Tablespoons + 1 cup granulated sugar (can use 3/4 cup of sugar to keep sugar down), divided
  • 1 pinch of cinnamon (optional)
  • ½ cup butter, softened slightly
  • 1 Tablespoon + 1 cup all-purpose flour, divided
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • pinch of salt
  • pinch of nutmeg (optional)
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

*I used fresh peaches this time around, but frozen and thawed or canned and drained works great too!

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Grease a 2 quart baking dish with non-stick spray or butter.
  2. Spread sliced peaches out in a single layer in prepared dish. Sprinkle tops of peaches with 1 or 2 tablespoons sugar and 1 tablespoon of flour and cinnamon (optional); toss gently.
  3. In a mixer, or in a medium bowl with an electric hand-mixer, beat 1 cup sugar and softened butter together until well combined. Add flour, baking powder, salt (and nutmeg if using). Stir once more. Add in your egg and vanilla. Continue to mix together until just combined. (Batter will be the consistency of soft cookie dough batter.)
  4. Using a spatula, carefully spread batter over the tops of your peaches, trying to spread out as evenly as you can and covering most of the peaches. (I use my hands to help spread it as well.)
  5. Cover loosely with a sheet of tin foil and bake in preheated oven for 35 to 40 minutes, then remove the foil and bake for another 5 to 10 minutes, or until crust is golden brown. Remove from oven and let stand about 10 minutes before serving. Top with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream, because, why the heck not?! YUM.

Notes

Recipe adapted via Life in the Lofthouse

Classic cobbler is classic for a reason. It’s simple to make, reminds you of home, and is filled with all of the best ingredients: fruit, sugar, and butter. What’s not to love?

Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares a recipe for classic peach cobbler. Caramelized peaches are topped with a sugar-cookie-like doughy crust. YUM. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

And you can change your cobbler up with the changing of the seasons. Experiment with fruit.

Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares a recipe for classic peach cobbler. Caramelized peaches are topped with a sugar-cookie-like doughy crust. YUM. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

And ice cream. Always remember the ice cream. Melted vanilla bean ice cream running all over warm cobbler is basically dessert perfection.

Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares a recipe for classic peach cobbler. Caramelized peaches are topped with a sugar-cookie-like doughy crust. YUM. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares a recipe for classic peach cobbler. Caramelized peaches are topped with a sugar-cookie-like doughy crust. YUM. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc Foodie blogger Lexi of Glitter, Inc. shares a recipe for classic peach cobbler. Caramelized peaches are topped with a sugar-cookie-like doughy crust. YUM. | glitterinc.com | @glitterinc

If you make your own classic peach cobbler, be sure to tag me on social media (@glitterinclexi) so I can live vicariously through all of your yummy desserts!

Can’t get enough peaches? We’ve got you covered! Try these amazing 10-minute peach dumplingsroasted peaches with yogurt and homemade streuselpeaches and cream muffins with cream cheese frostingthe perfect peach cake, and roasted peach and oatmeal cookie no-churn ice cream.

Recipe photos by Annie Watts Photography


Lexi