Soft and light, with a buttery crust and a yellowish color, this pumpkin eggnog bread is a wonderful addition to your Thanksgiving meal.
I’ve been baking bread for three years now and I’m so happy to have met so many wonderful bakers who inspire me to try new bread techniques or combos.
I’m not going to give names since it’s a long list I don’t want to leave anyone one.
In my first year of blogging I have stumbled upon Cathy’s blog “Bread Experience” and her monthly “Bake your own bread” event. Some of the month I have sent her some photos and links to the bread recipes I had shared on the blog.
Some, I would forget.
Last year the bread basket was passed to Heather of “Girlichef” and starting January 2013 I’m happy to announce I’ll be hosting this wonderful event.
I can not wait to see what beautiful loaves of bread you’ll be baking. I’ll be creating a new logo and write a page just for this monthly event by the end of the year.
Let’s talk Thanksgiving bread now, shall we?
I can see some of you with a raised eyebrow : pumpkin eggnog? Isn’t that like Thanksgiving and Christmas in one?
Not really? I found at my local grocery store pumpkin eggnog and since I’m a very curious person I bought some. After a little taste testing and a little in my morning coffee I knew I had to bake something with it, but what? Couple of ideas come to mind, some turn into delicious treats, some still need some touch-ups.
Today we’re talking pumpkin-eggnog bread. I have two other recipes coming this week using the limited edition of eggnog but if you don’t find it I’m pretty sure plain eggnog works just as fine.
The bread is not sweet, contrary to what some of you may think since eggnog it’s quite high in sugar, it’s soft, light and with a buttery crust. I’m going to make it again on Wednesday for Thanksgiving since the two loaves I’ve made Saturday are slowly disappearing.
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