Sifted: Latke Pie Crust, Cranberry Brie Pull-Apart Bread + More

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  1. Break tradition with this pumpkin pie with latke crust. My Name is Yeh describes the sweet and salty combo “as dipping your fries in a pumpkin frosty, if pumpkin frosties existed.”
  2. Life Made Sweet shares her secret to pretty, perfectly round lace florentine cookies
  3. Hungry holiday guests will swoon over caramelized cranberry and brie pull-apart bread by Vegetarian Ventures.
  4. Satisfy your morning sweet tooth with An Edible Mosaic’s guilt-free carrot cake oatmeal.
  5. Mixed with a whole head of roasted garlic, the Baker Chick’s recipe for smashed potatoes is a sure winner in this year’s Thanksgiving spread. 

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