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This bread was nasty. I wish I had paid attention to the reviews before I wasted all the ingredients. The batter was stiff and the finished product had no flavor. I cubed it and left it outside for the birds and squirrels.

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AmericanLadybug December 17, 2008

I am glad I did not double the ingredients to make more bread. That was HORRIBLE! Bread is for eating, bricks are for building.

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chit_lilbit December 15, 2008

My mother's pumpkin bread is SOOOO much better!!! It smelled good but it was gross!!!! It had little taste!

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covells November 11, 2008

I made this as directed, except baked it in a loaf pan. The batter was very stiff. The baked loaf was heavy like a brick, and had little taste. It was also quite dry.

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Adrian Major December 30, 2007

I liked that there was little sugar compared to other recipes. I made this recipe as muffins but found that there was not nearly enough pumpkin and the texture of the batter was stiff though the muffins were not dry.

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tara.a.shepherd@gmail.com October 22, 2007

I was hungry for pumpkin bread and tried this recipe as it had way less sugar than all the other recipes I looked at and boy was it good! I used canola oil and it came out very moist. Also, I left out the black walnut extract as I didn't have any on hand and I don't think it would of made a differnce as ours was delicious. Using coffee cans sounded a little strange to me, so I baked it in one 9 1/4 x 5 1/4 x 3 bread pan on 350 F. and it make a good sized loaf. I already made another loaf as the first one disappeard so fast! Thanks for a great recipe.

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kindcook May 08, 2006
Pumpkin Bread