With harvest season almost at an end, there's no better time to enjoy your favorite gourd, the pumpkin. These winter squashes have often symbolized abundance and good fortune, especially since they are used in many ways. If you've never made your own pumpkin bread, you are missing out on one of the season's easiest and most delicious treats to make. This recipe boasts some of our favorite fall flavors mixed all together in one loaf of bread and then combined with dark chocolate chips. The melding of all these flavors comes courtesy of a family recipe graciously shared with us, and now we're sharing it with you! Now that's something to be grateful for this holiday.
Properly storing your pumpkin bread:
Storing your pumpkin bread properly will make it last and preserve that moist texture! Wrap it in foil and store it in the refrigerator for 3-4 days. If you want to save it for an extended period of time, take the wrapped loaf and place it in a freezer bag so you can store it in the freezer. When you're ready to enjoy some pumpkin bread, remove it from the freezer, let it thaw naturally, and then enjoy at room temperature
Pumpkin bread pairs well with these:
Looking for a Fruitful Friendship this year? Pair it our hot cranberry tea.
Feeling Nutty? Go nuts with our vegan maple pecan latte.
Didn’t get enough pumpkin? Enjoy a delicious vanilla pumpkin spice latte to go with your pumpkin bread.