You know how sometimes you get a really random craving for something, and no matter what you do, nothing will satisfy that craving until you just give up and eat it? Yeah. That was me with some lemon bread last week (and again today). I've made lemon bread once before - but for some reason, I got it in my head that I really, really wanted a piece. But not a sugary, over-the-top, fatty, tooth-achingly-sweet store-bought slice - I wanted something warm and citrusy, healthy-ish, homemade, a not-too-sweet, lemon-scented, perfectly glazed, thickly-cut piece of lemon bread. And I had to have it. I decided against making the same loaf that I'd previously enjoyed because, well, hey, isn't that my job? To try out new recipes for you guys? :) I can't leave well enough alone, and I have accepted that. So I came across this whole wheat lemon yogurt bread from The Realistic Nutritionist and my mouth started watering the second I saw her gorgeous photos. THIS IS IT. This is what I wanted to eat. Since the ingredients are basic fridge and pantry staples, I had everything I needed - so I wasted no time in making a loaf. By the time the loaf came out of the oven, I was drooling. My entire house smelled like lemons. But of course I had to wait for the loaf to cool before I could glaze it - let's just call the next hour or so agonizing. I could not WAIT TO EAT IT! But I did - I did wait, just so I could glaze it all prettily and take pictures of my beautiful lemon bread for you all. And then I dug-in and ate two slices before wrapping a few for friends and promising myself that I would NOT eat the whole loaf. So I shared some with friends, gave a few pieces to The Mr., and by the next afternoon, it was gone. So fast forward a few weeks and I made it again - but this time I didn't wait for it to cool all the way before glazing. No worries - it tasted just as good as the first loaf! Not quite as beautiful, but just as delicious. This is PERFECT for a tea party - serving this with some tea and fruit would be stellar as a snack. This also doubles as a breakfast bread (hey, it's made with yogurt, right?!), dessert, or just an any-old-time snack. It's super simple to make, easy to transport, and it's guaranteed to make everyone giddy with delight - I mean, it's glazed lemon yogurt bread. C'mon.