Missy’s Pumpkin Bread


About a year ago I was searching for a really good Pumpkin Bread, and I came across this recipe made by ‘youtuber’ Missy Lanning. I made it and ever since then it has landed in my recipe box. Two weeks ago I had a huge craving for something Pumpkin and considering it wasn’t that wonderful time of year for “everything pumpkin,” I instantly ran to my recipes and pulled out Missy’s Pumpkin Bread.


3.5 C. Flour                                               4 Whole Eggs

3 C. Sugar                                                  2/3 C. Water

1.5 tsp. Salt                                               16 oz. Pumpkin Puree

2 tsp. Baking Soda                                 1 C. Vegetable Oil

1/2 tsp. All Spice

2 tsp. Nutmeg

2 tsp. Cinnamon

Directions:                                                    Yield: 2 Pumpkin Loaves

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix all dry ingredients together in one bowl. Then in another bowl or your kitchen aid, mix all of your wet ingredients together. Make sure your wet ingredients are all incorporated. Add your dry ingredients to your wet ingredients and mix well (tip: add a little bit of your dry ingredients gradually..helps with flour from going everywhere). Once everything is all mixed together add pumpkin batter to greased and floured bread pans. Make sure to have both pans evenly filled. Bake for 45-60 minutes.


All of my dry ingredients all together. I used to small whisk to mix everything together.


All of my wet ingredients mixed together. Make sure you put your mixer on low speed to get everything incorporated first.Less of a mess and you won’t be wearing half of it either!


When adding your flour I always pulse my kitchen because I feel even on the lowest setting flour goes everything. The thicker the batter becomes the higher speed can be.


Everything is all ready to go…



Someone decided to take a taste for herself in the middle of me taking photos.


Ready for baking…


Baked to perfection!


I love to eat it warmed and with a little bit of butter.

If you happen to try this recipe please let me know or send me your photos in instragram or twitter at Sarah_BellaLife. I would love to see your results!

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