Your new favorite breakfast has all the taste of pumpkin pie packed into an autumn spiced bread studded with dark chocolate chips. Sweet, tender crumbs and plenty of pumpkin flavor make this cozy treat so delicious you’ll devour it the first day.
Cinderella’s fairy godmother turned a perfectly good pumpkin into a carriage. If you ask me, she should’ve called an Uber. Any pumpkin doubling as a horse-drawn cart could be put to better use than hauling Cinderella’s butt to a ball. Like bibbidi-bobbidi-boo’ing it to the Libby’s factory to be pureed and plopped into metal cans.
We could use a little magic right now. In case you haven’t heard, Americans shopping for canned pumpkin are finding bare shelves at their grocery store. At the freaking start of the fall baking season!
Just when I thought 2020 couldn’t get any more disastrous the worst crisis yet is upon us. Call the National Guard, call Charlie Brown’s Great Pumpkin then call the Headless Horsemen and beg for his jack-o-lantern face substitution. We need every pumpkin we can get our hands on. Pronto.
Like a fortune teller, I foresaw this squashastrophe months ago. Come to think of it, it’s probably my fault. When corona quarantined the whole world I hoarded cans of pumpkin instead of toilet paper and pasta. You can thank me later for my pumpkin prudence. Seriously, this scrumptious bread wouldn’t exist without my plague stash of pumpkin.
(Shout out to my stash of chocolate chips for also coming in handy.)
If you’re lucky enough to find pumpkin puree, stock up. You’ll definitely want to make this Pumpkin Bread with Dark Chocolate Chips more than once. It has all the taste of pumpkin pie packed into an autumn spiced bread that’s studded with dark chocolate chips. Sweet, tender crumbs and plenty of pumpkin flavor make this cozy treat so delicious you’ll devour it the first day.