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This bread is awesome! It really does melt in your mouth. This is a keeper!

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RecipeNut November 23, 2001

I was looking for a pumpkin bread that would be different from my own recipe, and when I saw that coconut pudding, I knew I had found it! Although I couldn't find that in "instant", I chose the "cook and serve" coconut cream pudding and was go for launch. This was easy peasy to toss together. Don't forget to grease and flour the bottom of that pan! And it came out of the oven right on time. It has a wonderful taste of pumpkin with coconut as well, and is very moist from the pudding mix. It definitely melts in your mouth! A keeper even if you have a prized pumpkin bread recipe stashed away! Thanks, Mysterygirl!

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Sue Lau October 16, 2002

This has got to be, by far the best bread I have ever made!! The first loaf I made was eaten before I got a cahnce to try it! The smell of the house while it is baking is out of this world!!

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Jeff Hixson January 23, 2003

This was sooo good! I'm glad a friend of mine directed me to your recipe. Thank you!

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Margi Erickson November 20, 2002

Wonderful and easy!! I do homedaycare and we went to the pumpkin patch got a fresh pumpkin, cored it, baked it and used the fresh pumpkin to make this bread. It was great!!

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kass November 09, 2002

So delicious! My roommate and I couldn't get enough. The only thing I did different was that I added half of the batter to the pan, then added about 1/4 inch layer of brown sugar sprinkled with cinnamon, and then poured the rest of the batter on top. Also, I mixed up a glaze by combining about 1/2 cup of powdered sugar and 1 tbsp. milk more or less and poured that on after the bread had baked and cooled. It was amazing, and I'm planning on making some to take home for Thanksgiving!

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whit0788 November 17, 2007

This is a VERY good recipe! I used a cup of dark brown sugar, added about a cup of chopped pecans, lots of extra spice (nutmeg, pumpkin pie spice, cloves, ginger, etc.), used vanilla pudding instead of coconut and baked it between 325 and 350, and my muffins turned out perfectly! I'll use this recipe over and over again. Thanks!

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tlb727 December 06, 2009

OMG, this is the BEST Pumpkin Bread I have ever had. I kid you not, I made two loaves of this and it was gone in no time. I had people asking me for the recipe. I'm making it again for Thanksgiving, but I'm going to add some walnuts to it. So moist and delicious!

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Lesley Anne November 19, 2009

Great Recipe! Most moist Pumpkin Bread I've ever eaten. It even overcame my moment of stupidity. Now I can hardly wait to try it made with pumpkin instead of "pumpkin pie mix"!

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Saucy Pumpkin October 19, 2010

This is so moist it almost makes suction noises as you cut into the loaf! Absolutely delicious! I will make this often and make sure I have pumpkin and instant pudding in my cupboard at all times! I would like to experiment with other flavors. My bread did take an additional 15 minutes to get done. I now need to hide it so I do not eat the entire thing myself.

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Michelle S. September 28, 2009
Melt in Your Mouth Pumpkin Bread