Buttermilk Pumpkin Bread

I have seriously slacked when it comes to baking this Halloween season. But fear not, I celebrate all things pumpkin all the way until Thanksgiving.

I recently joined a baking group that meets once a year in December and bakes and decorates a mass amount of cookies. I’m actually pretty nervous about it as these people have been doing this for 20 years and I’ve only been baking about a year and half now. I’m convinced that my cookies will fail in some manner but I’m sure I’ll also learn approximately one million things from these people.

Anywho, this recipe was quite tasty. I don’t know that the buttermilk actually made much of a difference compared to any other pumpkin bread recipe but I needed to use it up and this recipe fit the bill.

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Recipe Here

11 thoughts on “Buttermilk Pumpkin Bread

      1. Yum! I love mold
        Is it mold or mould? Is mould something you pour something into to make something else? I get confused with words haha. My wife is an expert when it comes to words. However when we first met I was talking about how much I can’t stand racism and said something about Caucasian people, then she asked (seriously) um so where is caucasia? Haha she thought it was a continent. She hates me telling that story so ssshhhh ok. Haha. Don’t worry though my embarrassing moments hugely outweigh hers haha.

      2. lmao! It could be either. Britian likes spelling things with a “u” that the US like to ignore. So I suppose only an expert would know. My husband once put hand dish soap in the dish washer. That was entertaining lmao.

  1. I don’t think you need to be nervous about being the newbie in the baking group. Your baked goods kick all the ass, so I’m sure you’ve got this! 😉
    Speaking of delicious baked pumpkin goodies, I can’t wait for those muffins you’re making for tomorrow! ❤

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