Pumpkin Spice Latte Bread Recipe: Cooking With Courtney


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9 occasions out of ten, you’ll catch me brewing my espresso pour-over-style with no sugar or cream. However when fall comes, I simply can’t assist myself. Yeah child, it’s pumpkin spice latte season.

Really, it’s all-pumpkin-everything season. Fall is simply my favourite. It’s after we get to interrupt out the flannels, have a good time Thanksgiving (a complete vacation devoted to meals!), have tacky pumpkin patch photoshoots with household and associates — and naturally — bake pumpkin bread.

I really like me some spiced pumpkin bread. Taking a cue from the basic PSL, I topped this loaf with a brilliant easy, three-ingredient espresso glaze and added only a trace of espresso within the batter. The heat of the spices, brown sugar and occasional… It’s ultra-comforting.

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Whereas I love the espresso glaze, it’s optionally available. This bread holds its personal, no glaze crucial. Nonetheless scrumptious and excellent for people who like treats on the less-sweet facet. I’ve included a photograph of the glaze-less pumpkin bread within the slideshow above so you may see how that appears too.

When you’re available in the market for a straightforward, make-ahead breakfast/snack/dessert for Thanksgiving, this festive deal with is ideal.

This pumpkin bread requires no yeast. No fancy tools. You don’t even want a espresso maker, since this recipe makes use of on the spot espresso.

So bust out the fuzzy socks, placed on a comfortable sweater, mild a candle and get within the fall spirit. It’s time for pumpkin bread!

For the pumpkin bread:

  • canned pumpkin puree
  • flour
  • brown sugar
  • eggs
  • vegetable oil or different neutral-flavored oil
  • butter
  • baking soda
  • on the spot espresso
  • pumpkin pie spice
  • vanilla
  • salt
  • optionally available: pumpkin seeds for garnish

For the glaze:

  • butter
  • on the spot espresso
  • powdered sugar

Get the complete recipe with directions and suggestions at feedthesoulblog.com.

Cooking with Courtney is a brand new, weekly sequence that includes recipes by Patch Editor Courtney Teague. Need to submit your recipes to be posted on Patch or submit a recipe request? Electronic mail her at courtney.teague@patch.com.

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