I was not impressed with this recipe. There was no flavor and no one in the house liked it.
This was a beautiful loaf of bread, just as written. I added an extra tsp. of water to the dough during the second kneading, since it was shaking my machine around. It rose perfectly, and was absolutely DEE-licious!!! My DD, IAteMyGluestick, e-mailed this recipe to me a while ago. She loved it. I found a can of pumpkin rattling around in in my pantry and decided to try it yesterday. It's more than half gone already. Next time I might add a little more cinnamon, just because I like it!
This was fabulous! I followeed the directions exactly, no problems whatsoever. My husband and I ate more than half the loaf ourselves the first night, and it was gone the next morning! Not too overpoweringly pumpkiny, but has enough sweet to it. Yum yum! I will be making this again! Thanks for the recipe!
This bread is incredible! I only had ww flour but tried this anyway. I used brown instead of white sugar and added 1/8c each of dried cranberries, golden raisins, and 1/4c chopped toasted pecans. I also substituted pumpkin pie spice for the cinnamon and freshly grated nutmeg. This loaf has been done for 1/2 hour and is more than half gone. The top sunk for me, but I think that was because of the ww flour. This is a great recipe!
I can pretty much figure out how to make this recipe, almost, not using a bread machine, which I don't have. I guess my main concern is for the "bread machine yeast". How is it different from regular yeast, and is this bread supposed to be similar to a yeast bread (since using a yeast) or a banana bread?