On Friday, November 7, it is the 3rd anniversary of when I started this blog. I cannot believe that I have been blogging for 3 years. I started my blog when my first son was 4 months old as a hobby and it has turned into much more than that. My son is now 3 and now we have another son. I still love blogging as much as I did when I started, if not more, and I love how creative I can be in the kitchen and with my photography. I believe that my photography has gotten a lot better since I started, but I always have more to learn.
When I photograph pictures for my blog, I take my pictures outside because there is not good natural lighting in the house. My 3 year old is usually interested in when I will be done with pictures because he wants to eat whatever I made. Last weekend when I made this delicious pumpkin bread was the first time he was actually interested in how I take the pictures. He asked why I had things set up as I did and watched me take some pictures. He then asked if he could take some pictures too. I was glad he was interested, but there was no way I was letting my 3 year old use my expensive DSLR. At that point he got bored and asked to eat some of the pumpkin bread. It was nice to see my son so interested in my hobby. I might have to get him a cheap camera of his own so that he can start taking pictures. My son loved the pumpkin bread and told me it was yummy.
Pumpkin is one of my favorite flavors of fall and I always like to incorporate that flavor into our food on Thanksgiving. I usually make some sort of easy breakfast for Thanksgiving and one of my favorites is pumpkin bread. I like how I can make it the night before and also that it is great for dessert as well. I make a pumpkin quick bread that does not take that long to make. I decided to switch up some of the flavors in my pumpkin bread by adding cinnamon to the bread and adding a cinnamon sugar topping to the pumpkin bread.
This Pumpkin Cinnamon Bread was so delicious and is my new favorite type of pumpkin bread. I am making all of my pumpkin bread with a cinnamon sugar topping from now on. The hint of cinnamon in the bread and the cinnamon in the topping gave so much flavor to the bread and went really well with the pumpkin. The bread was also really moist and is great for either breakfast or dessert. I can’t wait to make this fantastic bread again for Thanksgiving! I hope you enjoy!
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