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September's Top 5

Morsels of Life - September's Top 5

Is it just me, or are the month’s just flying by for you too? I can’t believe it’s October already! Christmas decorations are up in stores (What’s up with that? Halloween hasn’t even passed yet!), and it’s definitely feeling more like fall weather.

Without further ado, here's the Top 5 most visited recipes last month!

Morsels of Life - Garlic Herb Pizza Crust

5. Garlic Herb Pizza Crust

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A tasty pizza crust that combines savory herbs and garlic in a simple, yet flavorful crust. You know it’s gotta be good – fourth time on the “This Month’s Top 5” list! (#2 in March and April and #1 in May)
Morsels of Life - Cornmeal Pie Crust

4. Cornmeal Pie Crust

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A crisp, buttery crust with a bit of crunch – I made it for Tomato Pie, and it was scrumptious! But don’t let that keep you from using it for something else!
Morsels of Life - Green Mung Bean Soup

3. Green Mung Bean Soup

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An easy and refreshing dessert or snack soup made with green mung beans. This soup is delicious cold or as popsicles during warmer weather, but don’t let that stop you from making it warm for these cooler months!
Morsels of Life - Creamed Corn Cornbread

2. Creamed Corn Cornbread

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This cornbread made the list last month at #5, and this month it’s up at #2! A slightly sweet Southern style creamed corn cornbread – perfect alone or paired with BBQ or chili. Don’t forget the cast iron skillet!
And finally, last month's most visited recipe:
Morsels of Life - Coconut Popsicles

1. Coconut Popsicles

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#1 two months in a row! Smooth and creamy coconut popsicles with little bits of coconut! Not quite weather appropriate anymore around these parts, but readers in warmer climates can still try these popsicles. Those of us in cooler climates might have to do with a bookmark!


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