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Pumpkin & Cranberry Bread

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Cornmeal gives this moist quick bread a subtle crunch. Pumpkin puree and dried cranberries make it particularly festive.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Made some substitutions and it turned out great! I only used 1 cup of sugar (instead of 2), subbed 1/3 cup apple sauce for the 1/3 cup oil which added a natural sweetness and subbed toasted pumpkin seeds for the dried cranberries. "
Pumpkin & Cranberry Bread Recipe

9 Reviews for Pumpkin & Cranberry Bread

11/25/2012
Anonymous

I play with the ingredients too, I used fresh pumpkin not canned, add old fashion oats, used light brown sugar 4 teaspon. I used a package of corn bread mix, add raisins mixed with cranberries and also I used olive oil in it. Turned out very good.

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11/25/2012
Anonymous

I play with the ingredients too, I used fresh pumpkin not canned, add old fashion oats, used light brown sugar 4 teaspon. I used a package of corn bread mix, add raisins mixed with cranberries and also I used olive oil in it. Turned out very good.

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11/25/2012
Anonymous

I play with the ingredients too, I used fresh pumpkin not canned, add old fashion oats, used light brown sugar 4 teaspon. I used a package of corn bread mix, add raisins mixed with cranberries and also I used olive oil in it. Turned out very good.

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11/25/2012
Anonymous

I play with the ingredients too, I used fresh pumpkin not canned, add old fashion oats, used light brown sugar 4 teaspon. I used a package of corn bread mix, add raisins mixed with cranberries and also I used olive oil in it. Turned out very good.

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11/02/2010
Anonymous

Made some substitutions and it turned out great!
I only used 1 cup of sugar (instead of 2), subbed 1/3 cup apple sauce for the 1/3 cup oil which added a natural sweetness and subbed toasted pumpkin seeds for the dried cranberries.

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