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Jan 28, 2011
mojo

Quick and Easy Pumpkin Bread

The smell of pumpkin and spice invoke feelings of nostalgia. What better way to draw the family together than with good food that includes easy pumpkin bread. In the United States, pumpkin just symbolizes the feasts and family gatherings of Thanksgiving and Christmas. This recipe has an excellent taste and is a quick bread to make. By preparing the recipe in a step-by-step manner, cooks will quickly see the simplicity of this recipe. Continue reading »

Jan 28, 2011
mojo

A Delicious And Gluten Free Pumpkin Bread Recipe For Beginners

The gluten free pumpkin bread recipe, that we are going to work on, is a popular side dish from Germany and is usually prepared during the fall season. The recipe is special, as it is simple and only takes about 60 to 90 minutes until it is ready. This food is ideal for people who suffer from various allergies, as it is vegetarian and does not contain gluten, alcohol, milk, nut or walnut, nor eggs.

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Jan 24, 2011
mojo

Easy Automatic Pumpkin Bread Recipe For Bread Machine

Pumpkin bread is a delicious sweet treat that can be enjoyed in the fall or any other time of year, it’s especially easy to make if you have a bread machine and this pumpkin bread recipe for bread machine.┬áIt is sure to please the whole family when served as a dessert or a special breakfast treat. Since it is a quick bread, it requires no rising time and uses baking powder instead of yeast. This pumpkin bread recipe is particularly moist and flavorful, with a lively taste from a variety of warm spices. You may either use canned pumpkin puree or make your own (instructions below).

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Jan 24, 2011
mojo

Low Fat Pumpkin Bread Recipe

The main ingredient it this Low Fat Pumpkin Bread Recipe are pumpkins. Pumpkins make you think of the fall and all of the festivities associated with that time of year, like carving Jack-o-lanterns. Pumpkins are native to both North and Central America and they were used as a diet staple long before the early settlers arrived in America. The Native Americans showed these settlers how to use it for food in many different dishes. Today, pumpkin is considered a super food since it is so high in fiber, low in calories, and contains a certain antioxidant that is important for eye health. So you can eat it, especially this low fat version, without guilt. Continue reading »