October may be the season for trick-or-treating, but that doesn’t mean you have to limit yourself to bags of candy meant for the wicked witches and ghastly ghosts who come to your door. It’s also National Dessert Month, which means you can leave the candy corns and lollipops to the kids!

Whether you love the smell and taste of freshly baked cookies, or can’t wait to dig your spoon into a bowl of ice cream, you get to celebrate sweetly with mouthwatering treats all month long. If you want to up the ante, why not try your hand at a tasty bed and breakfast recipe?

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Not only does Chef Monika of the Chestnut Street Inn located in Sheffield, IL, prepare delicious Mediterranean-inspired cuisine for her guests, she can also whip up some pretty scrumptious desserts, including her Amaretto Chocolate Souffle. If chocolate isn’t your cup of tea, take a bite out of these Butterscotch Brownies from the Marshall Slocum Inn located in Newport, RI. After a day of exploring the historic Newport mansions, harbors and shops, indulge in a tall glass of milk and one of these treats on the inn’s deck overlooking the manicured gardens.

Tease your sweet tooth and savor some delicious treats in commemoration of National Dessert Month. You can see more inspired creations from innkeepers on our “Delectable B&B Desserts” Pinterest board.How about dessert for breakfast? Wake up in the morning to the smell of freshly brewed coffee and a serving of Carrot Cake Waffles from the Avenue Hotel Bed & Breakfast located in breathtaking Manitou Springs, CO. Topped with a maple cream cheese spread and a dollop of whipped cream, you’ll be ready for an outdoor adventure full of hiking and biking. After spending the night in one of the uniquely appointed rooms at the Adair Country Inn and Restaurant located in Bethlehem, NH, you’ll flip for a stack of Pumpkin Pie Pancakes served with pure New Hampshire maple syrup. Who knew dessert for breakfast could taste that good?!

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