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Easy Apple Strudel uses a pre-made puff pastry and you tweak it with a few ingredients. You will think it came from one of the finest bakeries.

Easy Apple Strudel uses a pre-made puff pastry and you tweak it with a few ingredients. You will think it came from one of the finest bakeries.

Apple Hand Pies | Cravings of a Lunatic | Cute little Pies that are easy to make and wicked adorable!

Apple Hand Pies

Apple Hand Pies | Cravings of a Lunatic | Cute little Pies that are easy to make and wicked adorable!

Honeyed Apple Peanut Butter Tart, so simple and so delicious!

Honeyed Apple Peanut Butter Tart

Glazed Pecan Danish Recipe | The Old Hen Bed & Breakfast and Blog

Glazed Pecan Danish Recipe

french pastry book    Its really too expensive to be worth it, but its pretty :)     Source where you can actually buy it: http://www.amazon.com/Fundamental-Techniques-Classic-Pastry-Arts/dp/1584798033    (I HATE it when people pin from fab and fancy and we <3 it. Those links do no good)

french pastry book Its really too expensive to be worth it, but its pretty :) Source where you can actually buy it: http://www.amazon.com/Fundamental-Techniques-Classic-Pastry-Arts/dp/1584798033 (I HATE it when people pin from fab and fancy and we <3 it. Those links do no good)

Perfect Pie Crust | The Pioneer Woman Cooks | My friend used this recipe for apple pie, and also on beef pot pie! So good! Cut the sugar if it's too sweet for savory dishes.

Sylvia’s Perfect Pie Crust

Perfect Pie Crust | The Pioneer Woman Cooks | My friend used this recipe for apple pie, and also on beef pot pie! So good! Cut the sugar if it's too sweet for savory dishes.

These Italian cream puffs with a rich custard filling are a classic Italian dessert. They are traditionally eaten on St. Joseph's Day, but I say indulge in them year-round!:

Italian Cream Puffs with Custard Filling (St. Joseph’s Day Pastries)

These Italian cream puffs with a rich custard filling are a classic Italian dessert. They are traditionally eaten on St. Joseph's Day, but I say indulge in them year-round!:

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