How To: Semi-Homemade Pumpkin Spice Bread

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Semi-Homemade Pumpkin Spice Bread. You could say that I love pumpkin spice, just a little. 🙂 

Feeling in the holiday spirit once the weather turns a bit brisk and the leaves start changing colors? Me too! 

I went to the store and bought Pumpkin Spice Bread mix from Fresh & Easy and mixed the ingredients, two eggs, oil and water and prepped my bread pan for baking. 

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Toppings aren’t included in the mix. I decided that I’d add a twist of my own to make this dish even more delicious. First, I took a tablespoon of butter and began melting it in a saute pan. 

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That’s right – the go-to holiday accoutrement, PECANS.

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Once the butter began bubbling a bit I added the chopped pecans and added two cap-fulls of vanilla. Image

Next, add the mixture into a greased bread pan – or how I call naked, sans topping. 

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This dressed version is the naked mixture with the addition of our chopped pecan and vanilla-infused topping.

This dish is then ready to go into the oven. Heat the temperature to 375 degrees and set your timer for 50 minutes. 

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After you let your dish cook through fully, this is what you’ll have awaiting you. It’s delicious alone, with a great cup of coffee on a cold morning, after a nice light dinner or heated through with a bit of butter. 

Hope this inspires on a nice winter afternoon and be sure to indulge in your favorite treats with Confetti-like convection. 

-Confetti13

 

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