Pumpkin Pecan Loaves
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 1 hour + cooling
Makes2 loaves (16 slices each)
I made this today and reduced the sugar by a third. It's very good. Heavy loaves. Three cups of sugar is too much, especially with the sugary glaze.
Seem like a lot of sugar. Has anyone made it with, say, 2 cups of sugar?
I made this for a family gathering and needless to say, none came back home with me. They absolutely loved it and raved over it. I will definitely make it again this fall.
This is a fabulous recipe that creates a beautiful batter! I got one 5x9 and two 4x8 loaves out of one batch. Bread is moist and delicious with an irresistible glaze. My smaller loaves baked well but my large loaf was burnt on the corners and undercooked in the middle. Next time I’ll leave it in for longer (cover with foil) or bake at 325.
I love this recipe overall and make it year round. I cut the sugar back 1 cup and add homemade vegan cinnamon chips. I typically double this recipe when I bake. It will make 5 decent loaves plus’s 2 minis. I do this because all of the loaves will fit in my oven. I set the timer for 1 hour and they all come out done evenly.
Made this for clients and they all just love it!! Made one for the family too and was gone in a day. Awesome bread!!
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Like someone else on here, I too would like a time estimate for a smaller loaf in one of those smaller disposable loaf pans. I'm guessing 25 or 30 minutes.??
I've made many pumpkin breads, muffins, etc. This one is disappointing. There's too much sugar, which masks the flavors that make pumpkin bread so wonderful. And that's before adding the glaze! Keep searching--there are plenty of better recipes out there.Also, the glaze is not white.
Delicious! And all items I had in my fridge/pantry, except for the cream. The loaf is also good without the icing (though it gives a grander appearance and richer taste), or the icing could easily be halved because with the given amount is enough to coat the loaves and still have leftovers.