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Thread: Twist on Pumpkin bread

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    Twist on Pumpkin bread

    I made pumpkin bread last week using the one can of pumpkin. I added 1/2 cup of mini chocolate chips---Will be making this again!

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    That sounds yum
    Alyce

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    Oh um!

    I will make the annual batch of pumpkin bread soon. It is one of my fondest holiday memories. Oh the smell of the loaves baking with all the spices. We keep a few cans in the pantry in case of shortages. LOL.

    We will eat it for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks in between.

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    We have baked pumpkin bread w/choco chips in the microwave for over 25 years. We have often during the year & consider it a really neat treat, snack or dessert! Always do it in a bundt pan so it looks really festive. Other than gathering & mixing ingredients- it only takes about 16-20 minutes to bake. I hope to be making stollen bread sometime during the holidays, but will wait to see how time goes.
    Glad you enjoyed your treat
    sewverybusy1

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    Where's the recipe? Sounds yummy and right in time for the holidays.

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    Here, here. Sounds terrific. I LOVE pumpkin, so pumpkin bread would hit the spot any time of the year. A tried and true recipe is needed. Or at least the source of your favorite recipe. I know it is lots of work to write them out but please, please, please. I would rather use one of your recipes that I know has a thumbs up on flavor and texture.

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    I found a recipe online for pumpkin gingerbread. I tweaked the recipe a bit using 2 cups white sugar and one cup brown sugar. Is it soooo moist and soooo delicious. Recipe makes two large loaves or 4 small for Christmas giving.

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    I make pumpkin bread with one can of pumpkin and add dark chocolate chips. Granddaughters love it and the loaf doesn't last but a day.

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    Ooohh...nice! This year I added some very ripe bananas to my recipe and it came out wonderful. I'll bet the kids would like the added chocolate chips to the pumpkin/banana recipe. Thanks for the tip!

    ~ C

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