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Directions. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease and flour three 1 pound size coffee cans, or three 9x5 inch loaf pans.

In a large bowl, combine sugar, pumpkin, oil, water, and eggs. Beat until smooth. Blend in flour, cinnamon, nutmeg, baking soda, and salt.

Fold in. Directions. In a large bowl, combine the flour, cinnamon, salt and baking soda.

In another bowl, beat the eggs, sugar, pumpkin and oil. Stir into dry ingredients just until moistened. Fold in chocolate chips.

Pour into 2 greased 8x4-in. loaf pans. In medium bowl, stir flour, baking soda, salt, cinnamon and nutmeg until mixed; set aside. 3. In large bowl, beat 2 cups sugar and the butter with electric mixer on medium speed 1 to 2 minutes or until creamy.

Stir flour, sugar, cinnamon, baking soda, baking powder, salt, and nutmeg together in a large bowl. Whisk pumpkin, butter, and eggs together in a separate bowl. Moist Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Bread This is a super moist loaf with a bright orange, not-too-dense crumb.

A sprinkle of mini chocolate chips in the batter creates a contrast. Directions In a bowl, cream sugars, butter and eggs. Add flour, pumpkin, water, baking soda, cinnamon, salt and cloves. Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Bread Recipe: Add some flour, pumpkin pie spice, baking soda, baking powder, and salt to a mixing bowl and whisk together. In a second bowl, add your pumpkin puree, eggs, and oil and whisk well to combine.

Add the wet ingredients to the dry and stir to combine. Lightly spoon flour into dry measuring cups; level with a knife. Combine flour, cinnamon, salt, and baking soda in a medium bowl, stirring well with a whisk. Add flour mixture to pumpkin mixture, stirring just until moist.

Stir in chocolate chips. Add eggs, pumpkin and vanilla and mix to combine. In a separate bowl mix together flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg. Alternately add flour mixture, then milk to pumpkin mixture, starting and ending with flour. Fold in chocolate chips at the end.

Moist and flavorful homemade pumpkin bread is a fall favorite. It’s loaded with sweet cinnamon spice, chocolate chips, and tons of pumpkin flavor.

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Sprinkle half of the brown sugar mixture over the batter, and spread the pumpkin mixture over the streusel.

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2 In a large bowl, add pumpkin, baking soda, brown sugar, granulated sugar, pumpkin pie spice, cinnamon, and salt and mix until ingredients are fully combined.

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Add the pumpkin butter, heavy cream, light cream, sugar, and salt and whisk well to combine.

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Fill with the pumpkin mixture 1/3 cup (2 ounces) freshly grated and bake for about 20 minutes.

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By adding flour and adjusting the proportions, you can make pumpkin bread.

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2 In a small bowl, combine the 1 tablespoon flour, brown sugar, 2 tablespoons butter, walnuts, cinnamon, and nutmeg for the topping.

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Whisk in the pumpkin seed meal and baking powder until combined, then add the melted chocolate mixture.

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Carefully pour cream-cheese mixture on top of pumpkin layer.

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Prepare crumb topping: In medium bowl, combine flour, granulated and brown sugars, and cinnamon until well blended.

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Tips If you use butternut instead of pumpkin, you can reduce the sugar to 3⁄4 cup.

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  • Do you know what the equivalent would be to sub out the oil for butter or applesauce? Would it still be the same? One cup of applesauce or one cup of butter versus the oil?

  • Hi there, yes use the same amount of applesauce or melted butter. The recipe calls for 1 cup of oil, so use 1 cup of either substitutions.:)

  • wonderful pictures in the mountains!what a pretty place.bread looks great and the soap! All the best for BJs tests and have a lovely trip Tawra

  • When I lived Colorado I remember getting snow in June. Seems impossible but of course it didn’t last long. That was many years ago as I was a child and I Have been retired for more then five years. I miss the fact it melts fast, as here in Iowa it snows and doesn’t melt until last spring!

  • Do you love all things pumpkin? Get the recipe here https://www.livingonadime.com/pumpkin-bread-recipe/ and Tawra cuts the pumpkin soap at minute 41 in the video.

  • You should mix the dry ingredients separately first. Then mix the wet ingredients, and then fold the dry into the wet.. this looks extremely over-mixed. Over-mixing quick breads can cause the bread to be tough and not as light.. it also causes air tunnels.

  • Do you think people are hesitant about moving because of jobs or the company they work for? Have you ever heard people who have moved and then had a difficult time finding job and housing that wasn’t costing more? I’m just asking as some of my family of thought about moving but that’s the questions they run into so I’m asking someone like you who have moved out of state before.
    The gluten flour you used in your pumpkin bread where do you find that where’s the best place to find that and it be cost efficient. I am in the process of changing things as I have fibromyalgia rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis and hypothyroid. So I really feel for you days when you have off days and don’t feel good I can relate it sure is a journey I found out what I have over 20 years ago but I had suffered with it for several years before that. Thanks for all you do and how you educate people. I have your book dining on a dime cookbook and also dig out of debt I bought them a few years ago. I am going to start doing more and more from scratch as my youngest gets migraines from eating Oriental or Mexican foods and now we have learned even some pre-packaged seasonings she gets a migraine from those too. So I’m so thankful your cookbook as I’m going to be doing as much as I can from scratch. Thank you for responding to my questions

  • Quick enchiladas. Brown a pound of hamburger with taco mix, take a can of refried beans and spread a spoonful or two on half a tortilla. Add a couple of spoonfuls of hamburger meat, a couple of spoonfuls of Spanish rice (I use Uncle Ben’s 90 second microwave Spanish rice, but you can use any kind.) and a couple of spoonfuls of shredded cheese and a little enchilada sauce. (I used a small can of enchilada sauce.) Roll up and place on a plate. Add additional Enchilada sauce to cover and sprinkle with cheese. Microwave 1 minute and 30 seconds. YUM Fast and Tummy.

  • So enjoyed your video pictures were amazing. They were so clear your pictures you almost felt like you were looking at them. Very well done. I live in Minnesota we don’t usually get snow in October but I remember 1991 we got hit with major snow and just north of me about 3 hours they got 37 in that was on October 31st 1991. I just remember leaving my house and coming back a couple hours later and the snow was so deep it took a couple days for people that get out. We have beautiful fall colors here you go up by Lake Superior and Duluth it’s beautiful. The thing I miss is we don’t have any mountains if you go to Southern Minnesota the land might have a little bumps here and there. But I always hear Colorado how is so beautiful that’s on my bucket list one day to visit to see a mountains… I also want to go on the East Coast and also southern part of the United States. Enjoy your trip tomorrow
    Your comment about your boys makes me giggle I Three Sons and then when my youngest was 13 I had a baby and got a girl. I Journey with our children are amazing.
    My brother has that with his in-laws they have an cabin and each of their kids have their own levels for their families when they come to visit and they get to decorate it the way they want to. So the grandparents have the main level and then the kids have the upstairs in the downstairs with their families.
    Will be praying for your son and all of you and that every Financial need will be met and he will be healed and restored to full health

  • Hi Katie, you can use whatever kind of chocolate chips you prefer. This recipe is calling for 1 cup of miniature, but 1 cup of regular sized chips will work as well.

  • We moved from Greeley, Co to Nebraska almost exactly one year ago. Your beautiful pictures made me feel pretty sad. We miss Colorado so much! We loved spending weekends in Estes Park and my dream was to eventually live there when my husband could retire. (In 20 years or so) I often wonder if we made a mistake… thanks for sharing your day trip! So fun!:) Wish we could’ve met when we lived so close.

  • About your son, have you tried putting him on a Macrobiotic Diet? Check out online “Christina Cook’s”, her story. She was months away from dying,,,, her story is extremely interesting. She is still going strong over 25 yrs later,,,and all due to ‘food”. Prayers for your son, and all of you!

  • Gaby, is so kind and good at what she does! Side note, resembles Rachael Lee Cook! Gaby and her husband Thomas would be great in a Christmas �� movie.