Enjoy this irresistibly moist and flavorful LIBBY'S® Pumpkin Cranberry Bread. Delicious for breakfast or snack. One batch makes two large loaves; one for now and one for later. Or bake into mini loaves. They make great gifts for teachers, neighbors and friends!
Make it every year!
by A. Anna
, Littleton, Co on Nov. 2011
My family loves this. we make it every year for Thanksgiving and we cant imagine not cooking it. I actually just cook this in a 9X13 and it comes out perfectly if you dont possess 2 loaf pans. I usually add fresh nutmeg just to give it a little extra flavor
by A. Annilaurie
, Birmingham, AL on Oct. 2011
I added chocolate chips instead of cranberries. Everyone who eats this bread loves it!
It is so easy anyone can make it.
by j. judi
, Ellijay, GA on Dec. 2010
Delicious!!! Made it for everyone including myself. Moist with a hint of tartness from the cranberries. Will keep this recipe.
a holiday treat
by R. Regina
, Haverford, PA on Dec. 2010
Moist and delicious, a good recipe for the holidays. Make one for yourself and one to give away. I used fresh cranberries and substituted apple juice for the orange since it was available.
by B. Bill
, Macon,GA on Dec. 2010
I am a very experienced cook and this pumpkin/cranbery bread is excellent. I had more positive comments from those to whom I gave a loaf (makes 3 lg loaves)than any dish I have prepared.
by L. Lisa
, New Mexico on Nov. 2010
I like it lots and wow.
Even my kids love it!
by T. Tiffany
, Oklahoma on Nov. 2010
Everyone that eats this bread loves it and wants the recipe. I put in extra dried cranberries and walnuts.
by M. Mercedes
, , on Jul. 2010
I made this a couple of years ago and took it to work. everyone who tried it, loved it! this year, I substitued the pumpkin mix with fresh puree pumpkin and my in laws said it was the best they've ever tasted!!!
by O. OL
, Royal Oak, MI on May. 2010
This was my first try and it was tasty. I reduced the sugar to 1 1/2 cups and the oil to 3/4 cups though. I used frozen and dried cranberries for sweetness and tartness. Definitely recomend this!
Good more than one way
by S. Susan
, Green Harbor, MA on Apr. 2010
I make this frequently-sometimes with cranberries, sometimes with raisins. One day I reaced for the vegatable oil and found none in the cabinet. I substituted 1 cup of unsweetened applesauce instead of the cup of oil. It tasted just as good, although it reminded me a little of a sponge cake batter. It disappeared as fast as usual. No one noticed the difference. I didn't tell them.
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