Sweet Tooth: Glazed Lemon Loaf

With the warm weather we’ve been getting here in the Bay Area, I’ve been craving a nice, light dessert that could work for both breakfast and a post-dinner treat. Enter: a lemon loaf, with glaze of course.

I had never made a lemon loaf in all of my sweet tooth endeavors, so I was excited to try something new. To do so, I followed this recipe and I absolutely loved the way it came out.

This glazed lemon loaf may just be my very favorite new dessert. Well, for now at least 🙂

Sweet Tooth: Peanut Butter Cookies

I’m officially back from Europe, and I’m excited to be coming back to the blog on such a sweet note (get it?). Since we just got back from Europe yesterday, I’ve been spending my time getting life organized again and swinging back into my routine. Somehow though, I managed to find an hour in the kitchen to whip up something delicious—enter: peanut butter cookies.

I followed this recipe and loved how creamy and yummy they turned out. Hope you enjoy! P.S. For more sweet tooth posts, click here.

Sweet Tooth: Chocolate Chip Brownies

There’s something about cold weather that makes me crave all things chocolate—from hot chocolate to brownies. This past weekend, I gave into this craving and picked up a box of brownie mix from the grocery store. To take it up a notch, I added some chocolate chips and finished with raspberries.

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Sweet Tooth: Berry Scones


With Spring in full swing, I’ve been finding myself adding berries to just about everything I eat. So it’s no surprise that I decided to whip up these mixed berry scones this past weekend for a little Sunday morning treat.

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As I was making them, I definitely ate my fair share of berries. It went a little something like, one for the bowl, one for me.

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I’ve been loving eating these scones for breakfast this week–just add some strawberry jam and you’re good to go!

Sweet Tooth: Pumpkin Bread

first-imageOk, ok, I admit it–I’m definitely one of those pumpkin-obsessed people who buys nearly all of the pumpkin-flavored foods at the grocery store. I can’t help myself!

Naturally, I’ve been buying a lot of pumpkin desserts as well, but this weekend I decided to try my hand at a homemade pumpkin bread. To do so, I followed this recipe (minus the orange zest, add walnuts) and was super pleased with the results.




Sweet Tooth: Honey Cornbread Muffins

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When I initially saw the recipe for honey cornbread muffins, I knew I had to make them. First testing them out on Thanksgiving day, I’ve since made them about five times. Each time, they come out a little softer and flakier than the first.

The honey addition makes them sweet, but certainly not too sweet. I love them for breakfast with a little jam spread across the top, or for a late night snack.