Pumpkin Ale Bread and a SPOOKTACULAR Wreath!

Not Just A Chick

With the season of all things pumpkin, apple, cinnamon and spice upon us I just had to jump on the bandwagon...and I may as well do it with a bang!  Double Whammy! A wicked Fall recipe, AND a quick-n-easy Fall craft! (I love whammies!) haha  Some of my favorite flavours are the above... pure addicting really.  These days just about anything comes in "pumpkin" during the fall season.  Including craft beers - YUM YUM.  I think last year.. we had tried at least 4 different varieties, and by far, our favorite was - and still is - St. Ambroise Pumpkin Ale.  SOOOO one night, when my honey happened to be working late in the shop... with the Pumpkin Ale just BEGGING to be opened...what the heck..why not play a little in the kitchen! Pumpkin Ale Bread was the result. (and of course...with the recipe calling for only a cup.. the remaining was enjoyed...thoroughly... by Yours Truly. *teehee*

Think PUMPKIN, Think SPICE, think that refreshing - albeit slightly bitter beer flavour packed into a dense and moist bread - drizzled with cinnamon spiced glazed.  YUP.  went along quite well with the Pumpkin Ale.... OH and with a coffee the next morning.... pretty much, it's just plain old Autumn Harvest in a sweet slice of bread. It's easy too! Of course, I couldn't just stop there, I like to jump right into the Season's...and after what I thought was a "cute find" on Pinterest, I had to try one for myself. If you are someone like me, who has a collection of scrap novelty fabric tucked away in every nook and cranny.... it's cheap! (If not, head on over to your local fabric store...this time of year, there's always bound to be some Halloween Fabric themed fabric on sale!  Here's the end result: Pumpkin Ale Bread

Think PUMPKIN, Think SPICE, think that refreshing - albeit slightly bitter beer flavour packed into a dense and moist bread - drizzled with cinnamon spiced glazed.  YUP.  went along quite well with the Pumpkin Ale.... OH and with a coffee the next morning.... pretty much, it's just plain old Autumn Harvest in a sweet slice of bread. It's easy too! Of course, I couldn't just stop there, I like to jump right into the Season's...and after what I thought was a "cute find" on Pinterest, I had to try one for myself. If you are someone like me, who has a collection of scrap novelty fabric tucked away in every nook and cranny.... it's cheap! (If not, head on over to your local fabric store...this time of year, there's always bound to be some Halloween Fabric themed fabric on sale!  Here's the end result: (for full recipe and instructions on how to make wreath click here.) 

Spooktacular Wreath

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