Sunday, September 30, 2012

Gluten Free Yummy, Pumpkin Bread

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                   Yummy Pumpkin Bread

    Oh my gosh, what can I say about Pumpkin Bread; I absolutely LOVE Pumpkin Bread!!  I could eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner.   I put it in the fridge and just eat it like a treat, you can put cream cheese frosting on it, butter or just plain;  between my kids and myself we ate 2 loaves in a very short time.  This was one treat I was so sad I wasn't going to be able to enjoy ever again,  honestly most Gluten Free treats SUCK!!  I am just sad I don't have anymore of this bread left in the freezer, but hey, I can always make more anytime I want, they sell pumpkin all year!  I originally made this recipe gluten full, so I know what it should taste like, and I will say I was NOT disappointed!  This recipe converted great, I hope you enjoy it too, Natalie.


This recipe originally came from Taste of Home

-5 eggs 

- 1 1/4 cups buttermilk

-1 can 15oz pumpkin

-2 cups Pamela's Bread flour

-2 cups sugar 

-2 packages (3oz each) cook and serve Jello brand, vanilla pudding

-2 tsp baking soda

-1 tsp baking powder

-1/2 tsp ginger

-1 tsp cinnamon

-1/4 tsp salt

-1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract


    Add the eggs, buttermilk and pumpkin in a large bowl or mixer, and mix them together until they are smooth.  Then add the rest of the ingredients in and mix until they are all combined, make sure and scrape the sides.   Then pour into the pans, and bake.


      Preheat the oven to 350 degrees, and use then small loaf pans 5 3/4x3x2 inch (5) or (3) 8x4x2 inch loaf pans.  Make sure and spray them with Pam.  If you use the small pans bake them for 55-60 min and the big ones for 75- 80 min or until a toothpick comes out clean in the center.  This is a really moist bread, and looks like normal BREAD! woohoo!!




jjnevee620 said...

Are there any substitutions for the jello brand vanilla pudding mix? I am doing a processed free household and think this gluten free bread looks amazing!

Natalie said...

jjnevee620, I can't think of any for this recipe; however I do have another Pumpkin Bread recipe without any pudding or anything like that. It is delicious too, it's my mom's recipe. Just called Gluten Free Pumpkin Bread. I hope this helps, Natalie

Denise Root said...

Modified corn starch is not gluten free.

Denise Root said...

This kinda sets my mind at ease, but I still hate the term modified corn starch.

Natalie said...

@Denise Root, sorry I looked for your comments yesterday and they did not appear. I eat everything I bake, I have Celiacs and check all ingredients before I use them, I can't afford to be sick. I had checked the Jello Brand before I used it just to be safe. Thanks for your diligence in keeping us ALL safe!! I'm glad you stopped by, Natalie