This recipe comes from The Guittard Chocolate Cookbook: Decadent Recipes from San Francisco’s Premium Bean-to-Bar Chocolate Company by Amy Guittard (Chronicle Books). Guittard is the great-great-granddaughter of the founder of the Guittard Chocolate Company and the company’s marketing director. Photograph by Antonis Achilleos by Amy Guittard Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies Makes 45 (2-inch) cookies This recipe stands up well to improvisation.
You know it’s fall when pumpkin spice lattes arrive at Starbucks, followed by pumpkin-flavored Twinkies, vodka, and cereal in grocery stores (the only item that doesn’t have a pumpkin spice limited edition? Maybe next year.) In a nod to the pumpkin-flavored frenzy, BuzzFeed decided to introduce Starbucks’ pumpkin spiced lattes to a handful of young PSL virgins, and captured their hilarious reactions on film. This year, Starbucks added real pumpkin to their fall flavored drinks for the first time.
We can all agree that pumpkin spice lattes have had more than their fair share of the autumnal spotlight. But here are five pumpkin spice cocktails from across the country for pumpkin spice enthusiasts-- and for who couldn’t care less about pumpkin but just want a cozy cool-weather drink.
Many of the contents of our refrigerators are promising starts to a whole new skin care regime. If you have aloe juice, add to a spray bottle and refresh you skin, says Rianna Loving, esthetician, natural skincare expert and founder of Orgo Beauty. Or add a piece of the plant to a bottle with filtered water and create you own infusion in a spray bottle. Papaya Papaya’s enzymes act as an exfoliant, by removing dead skin cells and breaking down inactive proteins, says Dr. Jennifer Lee, M.D., of REN Dermatology in Franklin, Tennessee. Papaya can also help even out skin discoloration.