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Blogtober Day 13: Favorite Fall Recipe

Yummy food y'all? Just yes. Yummy fall food? YES, YES. Chili, turkey, gravy, white hot chocolate, any and all kinds of soup, absofrigginlutely. The one that wins the race today, for what Blogtober is asking, would have to be none other than...

My mum-in-law's pumpkin cheesecake swirl bread! Now, I do not have a picture of her exact one, because quite frankly we eat it too fast to even think of where our cameras are. However! I did find a rather similar looking picture via the holy grail of missed picture opps, aka Pinterest:



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This screams fall favorite and I wouldn't have it any other way. It has just the perfect amount of pumpkin flavor, the cheesecake adds a hint of decadence, and she makes them in mini loaves, which due to my love of anything mini, like say dwarfs, I am a fan. I will follow up on this posting with the actual recipe in a couple days as well.

I cannot wait to see what everyone's fall favorite recipes are :) Happy eating!

Until we meet again,
M

Helene in Between Blogtober

Comments

  1. That sounds sooo good! I love anything with cheesecake haha! Can't wait for the recipe!

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  2. Yumm yes I LOVE cheesecake! And pumpkin, too!

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    1. Me too girl! I adore cheesecake. Like, as in, I would choose it as an item to take to a deserted island with me adore ;)

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  3. Ohhh yum! cheesecake and pumpkin?! you can't go wrong!

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    1. Never! Always a good combo. Love your recipe too, will def be adding it to my list of goodies to try!

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  4. I have never had Pumpkin Swirl Bread but it does however look pretty yummy...

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    1. It is, hopefully you can give it a whirl this season :)

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  5. I'm drooling right now. I bet this is tasty! Thanks for sharing & happy Monday!

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