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Pumpkin Bread

October 18, 2011

You will love this Pumpkin Bread recipe shared with us by Judy and her sister Joie!  They brought us a loaf to sample, and I couldn’t wait to try  making it myself!  It is a delicious, easy to bake treat, and I especially love it hot out of the oven.  I made it in the little loaf pans which we carry at The Polish Pottery Outlet in the Denver Metro Area! I like the recipe so much, I plan to make a bunch of loaves along with my zucchini bread  ahead to freeze.  When the holidays roll around, I will pop them out of the freezer, add a bow and give them out  for just “a little something” for the neighbors, postman, and guests who come by our house.

Pumpkin Bread  

Mix wet ingredients well in a large bowl (I would suggest a batter bowl or a large mixing bowl.)

1 cup oil (vegetable)

4 eggs

2/3 c. Water

2 Cups canned pumpkin

(You may add chocolate chips or walnuts)

Add Dry Ingredients

3  1/3 Cups Flour

3 cups sugar

2 teaspoons soda

4 teaspoons cinnamon

1teaspoon nutmeg

1  1/2 teaspoon salt

I use a little nonstick spray to  assure easy release from the pans.

Bake at 350 degrees for about an hour or until an inserted knife comes out clean.

This recipe makes about 9 small loaves of bread.

Tips from the Guru: The small loaf pans (referred to on our website as small cake baker 3 1/2″x 6″) will make the texture of this bread (as well as the zucchini bread) more like a pudding cake.  Polish Pottery is a fine, chip resistant stoneware,capable of enduring temperatures up to 425 degrees. Baking dishes keep all types of food more moist, encouraging the flavors to mingle deliciously, and the super slick glaze makes clean up a breeze. I have eight of the small baking dishes to make  little gifts or if it’s just us, a perfect one day portion.

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