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This all-time favorite quick pumpkin bread is baked in miniature loaf pans to give as gifts.
Heat oven to 350°F. Grease bottom only of 3 (5 3/4x3-inch) mini loaf pans; set aside.
Combine all ingredients in bowl. Beat at medium speed, scraping bowl often, until well mixed.
Spoon batter into prepared pans. Bake 30-35 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool 10 minutes; remove from pan. Cool completely. Store refrigerated.
*Substitute canned pumpkin.
Dietary Fiber: 0g
Followed the recipe to a T. Good oven, and I am not a "new" baker. Epic fail. Loaves were given the toothpick test and passed. Even baking. However, once out and on a cooling rack, all THREE mini loaves deflated in the middle. They look awful and are going in the garbage. Not pleased at all.
Have not baked these yet. Would like to add golden raisins and walnuts. Will this alter the cooking time?
I have a question. Can I bake this in a large loaf pan
Yum, what a easy and great recipe! I will definitely be making this again. If you are not a big clove fan though, you can switch them out for more cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice.
This s a great, easy and not too sweet bread. I used sef-rising flour and it worked fine. Will defnately make again.
perfect recipe!!! first time trying pumpkin bread and the only recipe ill need to try! (: thank you!
My family loved this recipe. It's a keeper and will definitely be making again.
What a great recipe! I made these mini loaves for a bake sale at my son's school and they sold out instantly! I mis-read the recipe, though, and used 1 can of pumpkin instead of 1 cup; it didn't seem to affect the outcome-I just had to cook them longer.
Delicious! I made this gluten free by using cup 4 cup flour and it turned out just as good. Instead of mixing all the ingredients together at once, I sifted the dry ingredients in a separate bowl (plus 1/4 teaspoon of nutmeg), used an electric mixer to cream the brown sugar and butter together, added the eggs one at a time then added vanilla extract. Then I slowly poured the flour mixture into the wet ingredients and added the pumpkin. It seemed a little dry so I used a splash of milk. Perfect for those crisp fall mornings!
Yeah I found it! Another recipe missing from the Land O Lakes bread recipe book I lost!Wishes with all my heart I could replace that darn book
Best ever pumpkin bread recipe. Use a little more pumpkin to make it moist.
I have made this over and over since October and love this recipe. Definitely a supreme recipe. I even subsitute the wheat flour and use oat flour to make it gluten-free for some of my friends. I also use the whole can of pumpkin. Makes it very moist. Thank you for sharing this great recipe with us all.
Is there a method for making this in a breadmaker?
I have made this pumpkin bread since I first found the recipe in a digest-sized LOL cookbook I bought several years ago. It never fails to please. I add a little bit of white sugar to suit my taste and LOTS of fresh pecans. I bake several small loaves to give as Thanksgiving and Christmas gifts, which always get rave reviews. Definitely the best pumpkin bread recipe out there. :)
why does this pumpkin bread need to be stored in the fridge?
I have made this bread twice, the first time it was a little dry so I added the whole can of pumpkin which is a little over a cup, which made it moister. i also substituted pumpkin pie spice for the cloves and ginger and made several small loaves. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars was because it was a little dry the first time. It is a good recipe for the first time pumpkin bread maker.
The only pumpkin bread recipe I make. I do variations on spice combo and nuts cranberries etc.
This recipe is sooo simple and has a great moist texture and taste. I have frozen the loaves and they are perfect when they defrost.
Made this for a friend and I. Easy and delicious, moist and flavorful.
I made it with 1/2 cup sugar and 1/2 cup of applesauce, plus whole wheat pastry flour .
it came out awesome best pumpkin bread i ever made.
Easy to make, moist and flavorful. Tip: do not use a glass loaf pan; it prevents the center from cooking.
I cream the sugar and butter first and then mix everything together. also if you scoop this reciepe out like cookies it makes great whoopie pies with cream cheese frosting.
It was good but definitely not the best pumpkin bread I've had.
Easy to make! and it tastes GREAT!
I loved this recipe! But, next time I think I will use a little less salt.
This bread was very easy to put together and it cooked evenly in the small tins. I ended up baking the bread for 40 minutes. My kids loved it!
Loved this recipe. I added dried chopped cranberries and golden raisins, it was a big hit!
Very nice loaf. I was looking to use up some canned pumpkin and had the ingredients on hand to make this. Very nice flavour and texture.
standard, i frosted the loaf with a thin orange glaze
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