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The Autumn season isn’t complete without a loaf of pumpkin bread.
When I was a little girl my used to spend a lot of time at my grandma’s house. Grams was always baking yummy desserts and sweet treats. Every fall she would bake up loaf after loaf of pumpkin bread. Grandma would freeze some of them for later as well as give many loaves away to her friends and neighbors…and me. Yep, grandma would give me my own loaf. She’d bake it in a mini-loaf pan. I loved it and I loved her.
I don’t remember grandma ever using a recipe. She would rarely measure out ingredients, either. This always amazed me because grandma’s [umpkin bread always came out tasting perfect.
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Quick Tip: No pumpkin? Use squash!