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Paleo Pumpkin Bread

This recipe is from Against All Grain

So before we get started, I wanted to say that the recipe in the link above contains arrowroot starch/powder, but if you’re like me and want to try to avoid that stuff, check outAgainst All Grain’s Facebook Page and she lists the “grain-free” version. All of the ingredients basically stay the same, except for the flour and I believe she also adds another egg. 

With that all aside, the bread came out delicious! I can’t tell you how great the texture was! In allergy-free baking (especially grain-free/paleo), texture is a huge part in baked goods. It can really make or break a recipe. I’ve made countless breads, muffins, cookies, ect. and the taste was all there, but a lot of times it would have this grit to it, which nobody could get past. 

If you’ve been baking gluten or grain-free, you know how frustrating this can be. No one likes putting a lot of time into recipes and then just tossing them in the end. You all can be worry-free with this yummy pumpkin bread though, so let’s get to the pictures!

Add all wet ingredients into a blender or food processor IMG_3307Blend

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Add in the dry ingredientsIMG_3309

Blend againIMG_3310

Pour batter into lined bread panIMG_3312

This wasn’t part of the recipe, but I went ahead and added some chopped walnuts. Then place the bread into the oven.IMG_3313

Fresh pumpkin bread out of the ovenIMG_3314

Remove from bread pan and foilIMG_3315

Slice and enjoy!IMG_3316

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This entry was published on October 14, 2013 at 11:26 AM. It’s filed under Recipes and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

6 thoughts on “Paleo Pumpkin Bread

  1. That definitely looks worth trying… is there a reason why people avoid arrowroot powder?

    • Glad you like the recipe! :)
      A lot of people who are on a grain-free diet tend to also avoid arrowroot since it has a starchy consistency and bothers some peoples’ stomach. If you don’t seem to have any sort of grain intolerance, then you’ll probably be fine with it.

  2. Never thought of making bread in the blender, but I can see it has its advantages! Smart thinking.

  3. I’ve been meaning to try a GF pumpkin bread! Thanks for the recipe!

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