Pumpkin Bread a Fall Favorite!

Pumpkin Bread a Fall Favorite!

One of my favorite fall recipes is Pumpkin Bread. My mom used to bake it and I have carried on the tradition. Pair it with your morning cup of coffee or tea. My favorite a latte and it is the perfect fall treat.

Pumpkin Bread a fall favorite

Pumpkin is an easy recipe and turns out perfect every time. You can see by the condition of my copy it has been used quite a bit.

Pumpkin Bread

Pumpkin Bread


Start off mixing the sugar and oil.

Pumpkin Bread


Add in the beaten eggs and pumpkin.



Mix all of your dry ingredients together flour, baking soda, salt, and baking powder. Also ground nutmeg, allspice, cinnamon and ground cloves.

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Gradually add the dry mixture and water with the wet mixture. Alternate the dry mixture and water till it is all mixed well.


Thanks giving recipe

This recipe will make two loaves. Perfect if you want to give a loaf as a gift, one for you and one for me.  Pour mixture into two greased and floured loaf pans and bake at 350 for approximately 1 ½ hour.


Bread and butter

You can eat this plain or add cream cheese which is my favorite. Enjoy!


Happy Fall!





Fall First impressions

Fall is my absolute favorite time of year. I love the change of weather, Fall Fashion, Football and just about everything pumpkin. In fact, I can already smell a pie baking for Fall First impressions. So it was no surprise that I immediately headed to Hobby Lobby.  Latte in hand when I saw the first leaf fall. The time had come to stock up on some new fall décor. They having a 40% off sign on sale so I have gotten a little more than I planned. But creating seasonal décor on your front porch is a nice warm welcome for your guests.

First I needed to refresh my wicker planter a little to make it a little more autumnal. So I added a few pumpkin picks. A simple seasonal change.

This chalkboard is up year-round, and it is so fun to write a birthday message or Happy whatever holiday it may be. The pictures add a nice personal touch too which I really enjoy. My husband has become quite the chalkboard master. And can copy most anything I find for him on Pinterest. As you can see we are big University of Oregon Duck Fans, more on that coming in another post, so stay tuned. Quack!!

I have had this “C” initial for a long time, I just added a little pumpkin pick to spice it up.

When I saw this autumn swag I knew it would look perfect hanging from my porch light. I attached it with a burlap bow for some additional autumnal flavor. It is best for fall first impressions.

I love switching up this black urn planter for every season. This year I wanted to get a little crafty and make a pumpkin topiary. My first stop was Pinterest and I found a ton of inspiration. The pumpkins were from Hobby Lobby but I did have to do a little painting.

Painted the bottom one in white and added the black stripes (I couldn’t find the right size in white which is why I had to paint it). The tutorials I found mentioned using tape to create the stripes. But I decided to just freehand following the natural shape of the pumpkin #artist.

The middle one I painted black and added the gold polka dots, I left the top one as it is. The next step, after letting the paint dry, was assembling the topiary. All I had to do was break off the stems of the bottom two and hot glue them all together. I tucked the fall leaves all around the bottom pumpkin and just glued a little sprig to the top two. Super easy. I already had the lantern so just added ribbon, pumpkins, gourds, and the project was done.

I will be gathering pumpkins all month in a variety of colors to create my own little mini pumpkin patch. The Cinderella pumpkin is my favorite, do you have a favorite type?


Happy Fall Y’all!




Cheers! xoxo