Here comes the weekend!
I’ve got a whole day of canning spaghetti sauce planned for tomorrow. I’m hoping to have that recipe post up on Monday morning for you all.
But for today.
The most delicious Pumpkin Bread recipe this side of Texas.
Most likely the best Pumpkin Bread recipe
THAT side of Texas as well.
I also wanted to show you a couple of fantastic pans I was sent
to review by my friends at Cookware.com.
Check out this great Mini Loaf Pan. I love that the compartments are all in one tray. Much easier to manage than having 6 individual pans. The Pumpkin Bread cooked up really well
in this beauty of a pan.
They also sent me this Muffin Top Pan. I used some of my bread batter and a little bit of strussel topping to put in this pan and just take a look…..
They turned out super yummy!
I would recommend both of these pans to anyone interested in baking, and look forward to using them many times in the future! Thanks to Cookware.com
Give their site a little look. They’ve got a lot of great things there.
And now…..for the Pumpkin Bread you’ve been dreaming of….
Pumpkin Bread with Chocolate Chips
Time: 10 minutes prep + 30 minutes baking time
Yield: 6 mini loaves
Recipe from my sister in law Cynthia Gull
2 C sugar
1/2 C oil (the original recipe calls for 1 C….1/2 will do the trick!)
1 16 oz can pumpkin
2 C flour
2 t baking powder
2 t cinnamon
1 t baking soda
3/4 t salt
1/4 t clove
3/4 C mini chocolate chips
***NOTE*** This recipe doesn’t work super well with regular sized chocolate chips. I have made this mistake more than once! All of the chips sink to the bottom. Right down to the bottom. The mini chips just float around evenly in the batter. A much better option.
1. Mix the eggs, sugar, oil and pumpkin together in a medium sized mixing bowl with a whisk. Mix them until well combined.
2. In a separate bowl combine all the other ingredients, but the chocolate chips. Mix these dry ingredients up with a wooden spoon.
3. Pour the wet ingredients over the dry and mix just until combined. Then fold in your chocolate chips.
4. Spray your bread pans with cooking spray and pour the batter in. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Stick a knife into the center to be sure the loaves are done. Let them cool on a wire rack.