This pumpkin cake recipe makes a moist, low-calorie bread with plenty of spice and pumpkin seeds! It’s easy to create and created with less oil, rather than butter. So if you re asking how to create pumpkin cake, this delicious recipe is just for you! I also enjoy making pumpkin cakes, muffins, and breads – you can even make your own pumpkin soup – just add canned pumpkins along with your favorite spices, and you’ve got a healthy and delicious meal right at home!
For starters, you need to allow room in your freezer for preparing pumpkin bread. This takes about an hour – depending on how thick you want your bread to be. Let the frozen bread defrost for about one hour before wrapping it in waxed paper. You’ll know it’s cool because it will have a semi-hard crust. Cool completely before cutting into the loaf. Wrap the cooled piece of bread in waxed paper and let it rest for about one more hour before cutting into it.
Now for the filling. I like to use a combination of canned pumpkin (organic if possible) along with some dairy (soy if possible). Add your favorite recipes’ spices and mix it together well. Store your pumpkin bread in the refrigerator for up to two weeks. Make sure you add chocolate chips at the end to add that authentic pumpkin flavor!
This is best eaten warm from the oven or microwave. To make this easier, place the bread in a single layer in the refrigerator and add enough chocolate chips to cover the entire piece. Unwrap and bake in the oven or microwave for approximately twenty minutes. The chips will melt and add their own little bursts of flavor. Cool the container and you’re ready to enjoy.
A couple other quick and easy pumpkin bread recipes include cinnamon rolls and sugar cookies. These are both pretty easy so there is really no reason not to try them. Just remember that the salt you use affects the flavor so you might want to use a low-sodium version of salt in these recipes. Another way to reduce the salt in these recipes is to pulse the ingredients through a food processor or a good old blender. That way the salt won’t be such an overwhelming ingredient.
How to store your pumpkin bread is easy. Simply place a nice even layer of butter over the dry ingredients. Then pour in the milk and blend until smooth and creamy. This will prevent the mixture from solidifying. Store in an air tight container. An overnight freeze works great as well so you can have the perfect pumpkin bread overnight.