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Marmalade Pumpkin Bread

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  • To make bread: In a small bowl, combine flour, brown sugar, granulated sugar, pumpkin pie spice, baking powder, cinnamon, and salt; set aside.
  • In a medium bowl, beat eggs.
  • Beat in pumpkin, margarine, marmalade, and liqueur.
  • Beat in dry ingredients.
  • Spoon into greased 9-by-5-inch loaf pan.
  • Tap on counter to release air bubbles.
  • Bake in preheated 350 degree oven for 40 to 45 minutes or until wooden pick comes out clean.
  • Cool 10 minutes in pan; cool completely on wire rack.
  • Drizzle with Marmalade Glaze and slice.
  • May be made several days in advance and may be frozen.
  • To make marmalade glaze: In small bowl, combine marmalade and liquid.
  • Then drizzle on cooled bread.
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  1. waynejohn1234
    Thanks Dancer because this is a winner. Of course loving marmalade as I do helps. The only difference here is to cut back on sugar a little because we are trying to avoid as much sugar as possible. We like a tart taste anyway. Doesn t even need a glaze.
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  2. samanthaflo
    I was looking through the site for recipes to use up last night's pumpkin (and there is a lot from three lanterns!) I had all the ingredients for this so I thought I'd give it a go. The recipe was easy and the finished article was very nice indeed, nicely moist and with a slight sharpness from the marmalade (I used some my father-in-law made). In fact the loaf has barely cooled and, thanks to the kids, it's half gone! I am now going to make two more, one to send to the maker of the marmalade.
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  3. huneybee327
    Loved this bread. Moist, sweet, delicious. i was out of orange liqueur and oj so i put extra marmalade and vanilla xtract. i also didn't use the glaze, but still yummy. every couple of bites you get a candied orange rind and its wonderful. thanks for this recipe
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  4. Kana6615
    I made this recipe many years ago without the glaze. It was marvelous. I am glad to find it posted here.
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