Old-Fashioned Pumpkin Nut Loaf Bread is great for gift giving, too! Evaporated milk and nuts add great flavors to this easy-to-make recipe.
A moist treat
by R. Ruby
, on Jun. 2010
This recipe turned out quite good but...just a small but...I would definitely mix in some more nuts(instead of just putting nuts on the top).
by b. bob
, new wilmington,pa on Mar. 2010
Did I screw up?
by V. Valerie
, on Feb. 2010
This didn't work for me. It tasted fine, however it was gummy & didn't have the texture of a bread. I don't mind a bread being moist, but this was too moist. After reading other reviews, I probably goofed somewhere. My husband won't eat it...I hate wasting food; so guess it's all mine.
Nicely Old Fashioned
by K. Kayla
, Leavenworth, KS on Jan. 2010
Sometimes pumpkin bread just has too much sweetness to it, but this one was just right. The spices in this recipe mingle well and it made hit at the office for Christmas gifts! I did mini loaves. Everyone said it reminded them of Grandma.
Moist and flavorful!
by J. Jennifer
, , on Jan. 2010
This was actually my very first time making bread! I'm not sure if all breads are supposed to be this moist and delicious, I'm thinking probably not :-) Even though I used the blender a little bit too much (which resulted in a dense bread) this was still VERY VERY good and I will be making this again and again! I did add some nutmeg and cloves based on other reviews. I also used chopped pecans, and I may use a different nut or a smaller cut next time.
Old Fashioned Pumpkin Nut Loaf Bread
by D. Donna
, joplin,mo on Nov. 2009
very moist made it for the first time for Thanksgiving breakfast will use it to bake christmas gifts with the kids
Great Low Fat Pumpkin Bread
by D. Deb
, CT on Nov. 2009
Multiplied by 6 and made 6 loaves(hard to manage, would do no more than 4 next time). By mistake, I FORGOT to add the oil!!...Bread was still very moist. Will make again, add a little more spice and I will leave the oil out. Doesn't need it.
by D. Diane
, Federal Way, WA on Nov. 2009
Great to have in the freezer for emergencies: drop in guests, hostess gifts, visiting shut-in's, breakfast treats...
BETCHA CAN'T JUST TAKE ONE SLICE!
by D. DEE
, Mentor, OH on Nov. 2009
Everything is pleasing about this recipe. Texture, taste, aroma, and even the way it looks. It's all in the title...betcha can't just take one slice!!
Simple and Yummy too>>>>
by J. Jennifer
, , on Nov. 2009
This bread was very good but I would suggest adding some extra spice. The second time I made it I added some extra cinnamon and nutmeg it was delicious!!
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