Recipe Round Up: September 2017

I did a really bad job of tracking if I made anything new last month, but the one recipe I remembered and jot down is definitely worth mentioning...and perfect for the season.

Pumpkin Spice Latte Bundt Cake from Mix & Match Mama.  I honestly don't think I have ever made a bundt cake prior to this.  I had the pan, because that is what we use to make monkey bread, but never a bundt cake.  I had book club coming up and wanted to make something new and seasonal for fall.  I knew Shay had a ton of bundt cakes to choose from, so I checked them out and settled on the Pumpkin Spice Latte Bundt cake.  It was super easy to make, and came out beautifully.  I was a bit nervous, because every time I try to make banana bread, it is never done in the middle and I was worried that this would be the same case for a bundt cake since I had never attempted one before.  There was no need to worry!  I followed the directors to a T and it came out perfectly and so very pretty.  If you don't want something too sweet, I think you could eat the cake as is, without the frosting, or sprinkled with a little powdered sugar.  I was doing the whole thing, so I whipped up the icing once I got home before I needed to head out to book club.  I think you could halve the icing recipe, because I put a good amount on the cake and still had a ton leftover!  Also, I added in a bit of extra cinnamon to counteract some of the super sweetness of the frosting.  Verdict?  Everyone loved it.  It was DELICIOUS.  I am definitely going to plan on making this again, although for my personal tastes, I will pair it with the frosting from my mom's pumpkin squares.  To me, cream cheese frosting and these flavors just go together!  Although I may add a bit of cinnamon.  Either way - I highly suggest making this.  One of the girls from book club took some for her family and then I brought the rest to work and it was gone by the end of the week.  

That's all I have for this recipe round up, but I was hoping that you all could help me out a bit.  I am looking for a good season mix for turkey burgers.  Just straight up seasonings, like garlic powder, onion powder - that type of thing.  Any suggestions would be much appreciated!

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  1. When I'm mixing up turkey burgers, I like to throw in a ton of Montreal steak seasoning (sounds weird but it tastes good), some Sweet Baby Ray's bbq sauce, and panko crumbs--and that measurement is just depending on how much I need to hold the burgers together. They are pretty flavorful and even Dustin likes them!
    Sarah at MeetTheShaneyfelts

  2. Yum! Looks like another great Mix & Match Mama recipe to bookmark. I sometimes use soup seasoning packets to season ground turkey. There are some Lipton ones with garlic and onion I'm pretty sure!

    Amanda @ Cupcake N Dreams

  3. Ohhh yum! I definitely want to make a bundt cake one of these days-- though now I'm craving monkey bread too :)

  4. YUM! I've never tried making my own bundt cake, but this looks delish <3
    Green Fashionista

  5. I still need to try to make that pumpkin spice latte cake. Man, it sounds wonderful!

  6. I love Shay's Pumpkin Spice Bundt Cake!
    I totally agree with you that you could half the icing recipe.
    Your icing looks so fluffy. I always find mine coming out kind of runny. Do you have any special tips to share on how you made it so fluffy? I follow the recipe to the T, and each time it always comes out runny!