How to make it

  • Cream the butter and sugar together.
  • Add the eggs and pumpkin and mix well.
  • Add the dry ingredients and mix well.
  • Stir in the nuts. (I often use nuts in one loaf, and leave the other plain because my kids prefer it without nuts.)
  • Pour into 2 greased loaf pans.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. Test with a toothpick.

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  • nakedchef 6 years ago
    I love this recipe, and I know my friends will love it. I'll try this next monday
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  • suzakel 6 years ago
    I'm so glad that the pumpkin bread was well received! Adding the white whole wheat flour is a good idea, even if they loaves didn't rise as much.
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  • ambauer 6 years ago
    I made this for my lab meeting today and it was decreed delicious. I made a slight modification, subbing half the AP flour for white whole wheat flour. So my loaves didn't rise quite as high as yours! Unfortunately one of my bread pans is dark metal and the loaf in that pan burned a bit on the outside, but I just cut that portion off and it was still good.
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  • suzakel 6 years ago
    Hello ambauer!
    If you make this I hope you like it! My daughter just made it to share with friends and she tells me it was a big hit!
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  • ambauer 6 years ago
    I was thinking of making pumpkin bread for a meeting next week, I'll try this recipe! Thanks.
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  • suzakel 6 years ago
    For my friends over the ocean, my can of 15 oz. pumpkin says 425 g. in parenthesis on the label.

    After the loaves cool, store them in a plastic bag, or wrap in foil.
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