After church, us girls stopped by Trader Joe’s to grab some stuff for lunch. Have any of you been to Trader Joe’s recently and seen the influx of pumpkin everything? We have, and we are absolutely loving it.
Most importantly, however, we discovered the Kringle.
Since it was pumpkin-flavored, and since it hails from Wisconsin (my husband’s home state), we had to buy it. DUH. As we were checking out, the cashiers were all excited about the Kringle — our cashier even told another, “They got the Kringle!”
This piqued our interest even more… what is this Kringle? Well, turns out, it is the most delicious, yet simple-to-prepare pastry EVER. So delicious, in fact, that we almost didn’t tell you in fear that they will sell out. But we’re not that selfish… 😉
Apparently, the Racine Danish Kringles take 3 days to make, and have been around since the late 1880’s. Luckily, it only took us minutes to prep it before we were able to enjoy.
So the Kringle only needs to be baked in the oven at 350 for 3.5 minutes. That’s it! You can also freeze them and keep it for a later date. So you better get yours quick before they sell out from us. Believe me, you’ll thank us later.
The guys LOVED the Kringle too. It was a hit.
It made for the perfect sweet treat while blogging (or for the guys, while watching football #gofigure).
After the game was over and we were done with our blogging for the day, we decided to drive down the road to Wolf Creek Brewery for some beers and apps.
Really, it was for their infamous olive tapenade, but the beers and food were delicious too 😉
Wolf Creek has a beautiful (and dog-friendly) outdoor patio with a huge fire pit and fun market lights.
That was a little glimpse into our chill, fall-like Sunday Funday. What do you like to do to relax on Sundays? Please let us know in the comments below or tag @LocalLove805 #LL805 on social. We love to hear from you!