I *love* pumpkin bread. I have made it 4 times (I think) so far since September. I thought I’d share a little vignette I enjoyed one morning while munching on the bread.
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The reason I am sharing is because I was so thrilled with my new pumpkin bread pan!! Look how cute the bread is with the pumpkins molded into the bread! I have been looking at buying one of these specialty bread pans for a long time and finally bit the bullet this year! This is the cute pumpkin bread pan I used: click here for cute bread pan
I enjoyed this bread with some coffee in my little antique cut glass cup. However I frequently enjoy it with pumpkin spice tea- hence the teapot in the picture. I put some pecan pumpkin butter on top of the bread – yum yum!
While in the store, we spotted another super cute pan that allowed you to make these cute little themed bites – they are so fun! The shapes are all different – pinecone, pumpkin, acorn, and walnuts! They are really the perfect size for snacking and less messy!! I really liked the pan.
As a hint for these fancy molded pans – spray them down with some canola oil and pop them in the freezer for 15 minutes. Then pull out of the freezer and fill with the batter and put straight in the oven! Freezing these pans before helps the molded shape turn out way better! As for the pumpkin bread recipe? I confess, I actually use this mix, but it is suuuuuper good. I have tried making some copycat recipes from scratch via Pinterest, however none are as good!
Are you a pumpkin bread fan? Do you have a favorite recipe? If you do – leave me the link as my WS bread mix habit is not cheap!
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