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Made my first batch of pumpkin bread yesterday. Made the whole house smell wonderful and my hubby sure loved it.
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Re: pumpkin bread

posted at 10/31/2013 7:26 AM EDT
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this pumpkin bread was very good tasting.

Re: pumpkin bread

posted at 10/31/2013 7:26 AM EDT
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this pumpkin bread was very good tasting.

Re: pumpkin bread

posted at 10/31/2013 8:12 AM EDT
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this is my pumpkin bread

By:
wonderfully aromatic bread that makes a welcome gift in any size loaf. Warm slightly and spread with butter or cream cheese for breakfast. Goes well on breakfast or dessert buffet year round.

Ingredients

1 1/2 c. brown sugar
1 1/2 c. granulated sugar
4 eggs
1 c. vegetable oil
2/3 c. water
5 t. cinnamon
2 t. cloves
2 t. baking soda
1 t. nutmeg
1 t. salt
3 c. all-purpose flour
2 c. Libby's 100% pure pumpkin (one can)
1 1/2 c. nuts, optional(i use walnuts)

Directions

Preheat oven to 350. Prepare pans*.
Combine sugars, eggs, oil and water in a large mixing bowl and mix well. Add spices, salt and soda. Add flour, gradually, mixing until well blended. Add pumpkin and nuts and mix well. Bake by schedule below* until done. Cool and store. May be frozen.

* This will make 2 regular size bread pans(9X5X3), bake about 1 hr 15 mins, or until top springs back when touched.
3 medium size pans (7X4 1/2X3), bake about 1 hr.
or 8 mini bread pans(5 1/2X3X2 1/2) bake for 50-55 mins.
This can also be baked in 4 1 lb.coffee cans: half full bake for about 1 and 1/2 hrs. If you use these, you can decorate the can and lid for gift after baking. 

Re: pumpkin bread

posted at 11/3/2013 8:42 PM EST
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Nikki - Thank you for your pumpkin bread recipe and for the hints.  I have often added cranberries to my pumpkin bread - I love the flavor.  I always feel like I can rely on your recipes and they never disappoint.

Re: pumpkin bread

posted at 11/4/2013 6:06 AM EST
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Like pumpkin bread, but...love cranberry nut bread!

Re: pumpkin bread

posted at 11/4/2013 6:50 AM EST
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 It was very good and easy to make .

Re: pumpkin bread

posted at 11/4/2013 9:03 AM EST
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In Response to Re: pumpkin bread:
Nikki - Thank you for your pumpkin bread recipe and for the hints.  I have often added cranberries to my pumpkin bread - I love the flavor.  I always feel like I can rely on your recipes and they never disappoint.
Posted by Cheri H

I add cranberries to a lot of things. 
When I make stuffing...or dressing I add a hand full or two of cranberries. 
Strange as it sounds when I make turkey soup the carcass goes in and it often has a bit of the stuffing clinging to it and some cranberries.  I started adding cranberries to my turkey soup when I discovered the tartness of the cranberries cut through the richness of the soup.  
I found, and lost a recipe for a raw cranberry relish that is amazing, a friend has the recipe and she is sending it to me so I can make it again.  Great on sandwiches.
I made some apple butter last week and used the cranberries left in the bag after I made my Cranberry Almond Pound cake. (as a die hard choholic I am still in love with this cake that has no chocolate!)

Re: pumpkin bread

posted at 11/4/2013 9:16 PM EST
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I tried the recipe Nikki posted - everybody loved it! Thanks, Nikki!

Re: pumpkin bread

posted at 11/5/2013 7:42 AM EST
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 it was very good tasting.

Re: pumpkin bread

posted at 11/5/2013 9:07 AM EST
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In Response to Re: pumpkin bread:
I tried the recipe Nikki posted - everybody loved it! Thanks, Nikki!
Posted by CHERYL S

I am glad you liked it.  I get worried sometimes that a recipe will not be as well liked by others as I like it.  
Thanks for letting me know. 

Re: pumpkin bread

posted at 11/6/2013 9:08 AM EST
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In Response to Re: pumpkin bread:
In Response to Re: pumpkin bread : I add cranberries to a lot of things.  When I make stuffing...or dressing I add a hand full or two of cranberries.  Strange as it sounds when I make turkey soup the carcass goes in and it often has a bit of the stuffing clinging to it and some cranberries.  I started adding cranberries to my turkey soup when I discovered the tartness of the cranberries cut through the richness of the soup.   I found, and lost a recipe for a raw cranberry relish that is amazing, a friend has the recipe and she is sending it to me so I can make it again.  Great on sandwiches. I made some apple butter last week and used the cranberries left in the bag after I made my Cranberry Almond Pound cake. (as a die hard choholic I am still in love with this cake that has no chocolate!)
Posted by nikki p


Nikki, I'm happy to see someone else makes turkey carcass soup.  My mom always did so my sisters and I do.  I might just try the cranberries, as I also, use some berries in my stuffing.

Re: pumpkin bread

posted at 11/6/2013 12:02 PM EST
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Thanks  for the recipe.
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