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Pumpkin Bread Recipe

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An easy-to-make and healthy bread that is perfect for the fall season! With a few healthy swaps and a healthy dose of pumpkin, this dairy-free bread is ideal for breakfast, a snack, or even dessert!

Are you sick of pumpkin yet? I sure hope not! I’ve still got a few cans of pumpkin left, and I have been debating what to create with them. However, this talk of the pumpkin shortage is scaring me. I mean, to run out of pumpkin in April is fine, but not to have pumpkin pie on Thanksgiving? That sure isn’t going to fly with me.

So if you haven’t already, it’s suggested you stock up on canned pumpkin while you can. I am pretty sure I bought my grocery store out of it a few weeks ago when I went a little pumpkin crazy creating recipes for the blog, but they turned out pretty darn good, so that we will go with it.

This recipe was inspired by a bread baking pan that I had bought at a dollar store over the summer. I went in to grab one thing and stumbled upon a massive array of baking pans, cooking utensils, and kitchen tools. I restrained myself and just walked out with this bread baking pan, promising myself to go back only if I put the pan to good use.

Well, I certainly put it to good use with this Whole Wheat Dairy Free Pumpkin Bread! (say that five times fast) I made a few healthy swaps to make it a loaf of bread to enjoy any time of day and any time of the year, so this is certainly perfect for whipping up on a fabulous fall day. Kind of like today, right?


  • 1+1/3 cup Whole Wheat Flour
  • ¾ cup Canned Pumpkin
  • 3 eggs
  • 3 tbsp Coconut Oil
  • 2 tbsp Honey
  • 1 tbsp Cinnamon
  • 1 tsp Baking Powder
  • 1 tsp Pumpkin Spice
  • ⅛ tsp Vanilla Extract


  1. Let the oven preheat to 350 °C and sprinkle the loaf pan with the following with non-stick cooking spray
  2. Place dry ingredients into a mixing bowl and mix until combined
  3. Add wet ingredients into mixing bowl and mix until batter is combined
  4. Pour batter into bread pan and bake for 35-40 minutes, or until a toothpick comes out clean.

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1 Comment

  1. Tandi Lee

    While new to you, I’m not new to baking or cooking in general.I baked the pumpkin bread and it was quite good. What I really wrote in about was, recently I’ve had a few health problems and the doctor said he wanted me eating more red meat and foods with lots of Iron in them plus vitamin D. Could you help me by showing recipes that contain all that????

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