Nothing welcomes the fall season better than the smell of pumpkin, spice, and your tried-and-tested, family-secret, fall-baking recipes. But if you’re looking for more fall recipe ideas to add to your menu in the next few months, here’s a simple one you can try… Pumpkin and Chocolate Chip Loaf!
This loaf is very easy to make, but it has all the gooeyness of baked chocolate chips and the homey, warm pumpkin taste all in one loaf.
Easy Pumpkin and Chocolate Chip Loaf recipe
Yup, Pumpkin and Chocolate Chip Loaf Ingredients are Pantry Staples
Aside from pumpkin puree and walnuts, most of the ingredients of this pumpkin and chocolate chip loaf recipe are pantry staples.
You don’t even need to bring out your bulky stand mixer for this simple fall recipe—it’s a whisk-friendly recipe! Our favorite kind of recipe.
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Preheat Your Oven
Before you continue, preheat your oven at 350° F (or 180° C) for 15 to 20 minutes.
Please don’t skip this step.
You have to preheat your oven and allow it time to reach the correct temperature before you put your pumpkin and chocolate chip loaf in it. This step ensures your loaf won’t come out undercooked.
Now that’s out of the way…
Bring your large mixing bowl out, a whisk, and your loaf pan… and we’re ready to go!
Get Started: Combine Liquids
If you’re like us and you love one-bowl recipes, then you’ll fall in love with this recipe.
The secret of one-bowl recipes boils down to starting with liquids before mixing in solids.
So start by cracking two eggs in your mixing bowl, then adding a cup of granulated sugar and ¾ cup oil.
FYI, I use regular vegetable oil for any baked goods that I want to turn out moist and fluffy.