The problem with pumpkin breads is that a lot of them don’t taste that much like pumpkin. They tend to taste like cinnamon, sugar and pumpkin pie spice. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, as a good spice bread can be absolutely amazing, but pumpkin has a subtle natural sweetness that can get lost when you start piling in too many additional flavors and it is nice to be able to taste it once in a while! This Greek Yogurt Pumpkin Bread is a fantastic example of a pumpkin bread where you will actually taste the pumpkin. It balances sweetness and spice for a bread that lets you really taste the pumpkin in every bite.
The secret ingredient in this loaf is greek yogurt. The yogurt helps to keep the bread moist and tender, without making it heavy and overly “wet”. . .
I’m gonna be honest with you: there isn’t anything necessarily fancy about the ingredients in this grilled cheese (minus the brioche). This isn’t one of those grilled cheeses filled with expensive cheeses, spreads or meat like prosciutto or anything like that. This is more about the actual. . .
From Jordan: “I love how romantic and simple this photo is. It captures all the love, joy, peace, and completeness I felt the day of our wedding. Devin is my greatest joy.”
From Devin: “This is my favorite picture of the wedding because it shows what I love most about. . .
This month’s color pick comes from a very important part of our Color Team: YOU! In our recent Color Vs. Color challenge, we pitted past Color of the Month picks against each other and asked you to choose a favorite by repinning your favorite. . .