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This pumpkin bread recipe is the perfect addition to your fall recipe collection, thanks to its delectable flavor and texture.
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Organic pumpkin puree is a great source of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. It is the main ingredient within this recipe, for obvious reasons.
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Vanilla extract, sea salt, ceylon cinnamon, and Hu semi-sweet baking chocolate chips add the perfect touch of sweetness. Not to mention, they are exceptional ingredients I tend to use throughout a variety of my recipes!
I’m going to be honest, I totally botched this recipe the first time I made it. I poked a toothpick several times in different areas of the loaf, and every time it came out clean. However, the pumpkin bread was NOT done. From here on out, I will no longer be using a toothpick to determine if the pumpkin bread is done😂
The proper way to determine if a baked bread is done is by inserting a thermometer, waiting until the internal temperature reaches 190-200° F. Or, do what I did and use a butter knife to see if it comes out clean (larger surface area than a toothpick..).
Another side tip is to allow the pumpkin bread to cool for at least 30 minutes, making it easier to remove from the pan without falling apart. Patience is key when it comes to baking!
Looking for other pumpkin flavored fall recipes? Try out the The Coziest Pumpkin Spiced French Toast or the Pumpkin Spice Cold Brew!
Comment below if you’ve tried out this recipe! How did you like it?
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