20 Recipes Perfect For Celebrations: from cake to punch we have you covered. I love celebrating birthday’s and that is exactly what we are doing today. 

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My friend Jamie from Love Bakes Good Cakes is one of the sweetest people I know. When I started blogging she was so kind to me, sharing some of my recipes on her ever so popular Facebook page and if I had a question or concern, I knew I could reach out to her and ask. She always answered and always, always there for me. And you know what I know she just doesn’t do it for me but for everyone. Her blog rocks and I love that I get to share this journey with her.

Deb from Cooking On the Front Burner is also celebrating her blog birthday! Deb is also a blog friend and one who I enjoy sharing her recipes.
Happy Birthday, Jamie and Deb!
xoxo San

Don’t forget to pin this round-up to your favorite Pinterest board for later!

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Mini Lemon Bundt Cakes
Lemon Lover's Bundt Cake


Chocolate Coconut Cupcakes


Cookies & Cream Texas Sheet Cake


Copycat Hawaiian Punch


Pink Chocolate Chip Mug Cake


Milky Way Crumble Bars


 PB&J Bars with Strawberry Jam


Texas Sheet Cake with Whipped Ganache Frosting


Caramel Apple Bread Pudding


Triple Chocolate Cupcakes


Vanilla Cupcakes with Buttercream Frosting


White Cream Cupcakes
German Chocolate Cake Roll


Homemade Italian Cream Sodas


The Croissookie (Oreo Pastry)


Simple Dark Chocolate Brownies
Baileys Kiss Cupcakes


Mom's Best Ever Coconut Cake
Mini Oreo Cheesecakes Recipe for Two


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  1. Thank you so much for the opportunity to win!! I’ve never one anything! I am planning on trying several of the luscious desserts in the next month or so! The all look fabulous!

  2. Sounds wonderful!! I’ll have to try this on weight watchers :). I love spaghetti squash so I usually poke a hole in it and cook it in the microwave about ten minutes. That gets it half way done. Then I finish by roasting it cut side down in the oven because it has better flavor!!

  3. I appreciate the thought that getting kids cooking helps to combat childhood obesity. It makes sense to me that a person who learns to cook with real food ingredients instead of a bunch of processed shortcuts will develop an appreciation of real foods. It also makes sense to me that a diet based on those actual foods will help people, including children, to understand what they are really eating, and I think that kind of consideration is one of the keys to overcoming obesity.

  4. “Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally,
    it seems as though you relied on the video to make your point.
    You obviously know what youre talking about,”

  5. I am trying to find new recipes for this spooky season. I hope I can give these recipes the spooky effect. Thanks for the list.

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