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I made this bread last week. It was GREAT! It's exactly what I was looking for in a pumpkin bread recipe. It has a lot of flavor and the beer gives it a good balance and moist texture. I used Red Hook WIT brew in mine it isn't a pumpkin beer but the grocery store was completely out. If you want a really good pumpkin flavored beer try Sam Adams Octoberfest. I also used brown turbinado sugar and replaced half of the oil with applesauce for a slightly healthier version. I could not find chia seeds so i left those out and opted out of the walnuts. I did make a glaze for the top with 3 oz. cream cheese milk powdered sugar and crushed pecans that was A-FRICKIN-MAZING! If you had pumpkin bread as a child and loved it you will love this healthier/adult recipe!
This is a wonderful recipe! Virtually impossible to mess up so easy to mix. I accidentally doubled the nutmeg and it was STILL amazing. Everyone I shared it with enjoyed it and practically licked the crumbs off of the plate. The only thing I will say is be careful with the baking time. I had to bake mine for about an hour and ten minutes and to avoid burning it I checked it every five minutes after the suggested 50 minutes was up. Parts were still a bit underdone but it was still delicious!
This was excellent! I used white whole wheat flour and Oktoberfest beer. I also cooked it in a ceramic loaf pan so I put the temp down 25 degrees and cooked it for a bit longer. Everything else was exactly according to the recipe and my family gave it a thumbs up! Just a note though: If you double the recipe you don't need 76 cups of chia seeds. I have no idea why it did that but 1/2 cup will do.;)
So I made two Pumpkin Beer Breads. This was so easy to make just following the directions. So the two beers I used were the New Belgium Pumpkick and the other beer I used was called "America's Orginal Pumpkin Ale made by Buffalo's Bill Brewery.. On the Pumpkick Beer Bread I chopped up some pecans and spread them on top before placing the pan in the oven. On the Pumpkin Ale Beer Bread is a crumb topping and is actually pecans in which I put into my NutritBullet and I turn on it until it came to a crumb /paste lookking mixture. Then I just sprinkled it on top of the bread mixture before putting it into the oven. I did set the timer for the 50 minutes as recommended but I had to put in back in for anther 20 minutes ( two 10 minute intervals ) for the center of the bread to cook. Both breads turned out just fine.
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