Pumpkin Quick-Bread Recipe Is So Good It’s Been Shared 13,000 Times
Yum! We're excited to try this!
If you’re anything like us, you are always looking for ways to up your pumpkin bread game, and this viral pumpkin bread recipe may be just the thing you need to take your pumpkin bread from good to sublime.
Created by Passionate Penny Pincher and shared on her Facebook page, this quick-bread recipe has garnered more than 7,000 shares. The recipe makes three loaves, so you have plenty for sharing as well, whether you want to spread a little joy to your neighbor or bring a loaf to the office. Commenters say that the recipe makes pumpkin bread that is super moist and flavorful. One commenter recommended adding fresh cranberries to the mix, which sounds like a wonderful way to make this fall quick bread even more seasonal.
Here’s the full recipe for that pumpkin quick bread.
Still craving more seasonal quick breads? We got you covered. Check out some of these other quick breads which deserve a place in your autumn lineup:
Southern Sweet Potato Bread
Try this recipe for Southern sweet potato bread from Betty Crocker. Made with sweet potato, pecans, nutmeg and cinnamon, this is the perfect bread to slice up for breakfast on a chilly autumn morning. Find the recipe here.
Sweetly Spiced Zucchini Bread
And let’s not forget that it’s zucchini season! This zucchini bread recipe from Once Upon a Chef can be made with either walnuts or chocolate chips, or both if you’re feeling extra decadent this harvest season. Find the full recipe here.
Cinnamon Apple Pie Quick Bread
It wouldn’t be fall without bushels of crisp, jewel-toned apples in our grocery stores. Grab a bag or two and make this cinnamon apple pie quick bread. Made with cinnamon, brown sugar and freshly chopped Granny Smith apples, this quick bread tastes as yummy as apple pie. Find the recipe at Wishes and Dishes.
Carrot Cake Quick Bread
Made with freshly shredded carrots, nutmeg and cinnamon, and then topped with a cream cheese frosting, this carrot cake quick bread feels decadent enough for dessert but still wholesome enough to pair with a mug of coffee for a mid-morning snack. Find the full recipe from Betty Crocker.
Are you ready for fall baking?