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Pumpkin bread


If you want to prepare an original bread I recommend these pumpkin muffins. They are great for snacks since they go very well with various fillings: cooked ham, cheese, Serrano ham, salami ...
You can tell that they are pumpkin both because of the color as for the flavor. And the best, they are very easy to do.
If you have pumpkin left, look at this cake. It's great!

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  1.   Mercedes said

    More or less how many muffins come out?

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Mercedes,
      I missed counting them ... but I would say about 12 because I baked them all in one batch. They are the ones seen in the photo and two or three more that did not fit in the bowl 😉
      I hope you like them.
      Take care!

  2.   Dolores said

    Hello, no water? I'd like to make them today and thanks for the recipe.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Dolores:
      No, they do not carry water. The humidity comes from the pumpkin.
      I hope you like them.
      A hug!

  3.   Mary of the Sea said

    Good afternoon. Is it possible to use whole wheat flour as a substitute for the one indicated? Is the baking time the same? Thank you.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Mªdel Mar:
      Yes, you can make them with whole wheat flour, they will be delicious. Maybe the dough asks you for a little more water ...
      About the baking time, it will be more or less the same but you will see how the bread itself tells you. If in doubt, when you think it's done, open the oven carefully and grab a muffin. If the base is golden brown and well cooked, they will surely be already done.
      A hug!

      1.    Mary of the Sea said

        Thank you very much Ascen.

      2.    Lau said

        Very good! And how do you know how much water to add if you use whole wheat flour and when is it added? I'm a rookie… Thank you very much?

        1.    Ascen Jimenez said

          Hi Lau,
          Well, we have all been newbies and that can only be solved with practice and patience 😉 I, to begin with, would put 300 g of strength flour and 100 g of whole wheat, respecting the rest of the amounts indicated in the recipe.
          A hug!

  4.   Fátima said

    Hello, if you want to do half, the time in th is the same?

    1.    Ascend said

      Hi Fatima,
      You will have to reduce the cooking time of the pumpkin (try 5 minutes). The rest stays the same.
      Take care!

  5.   Sonia said

    Very rich, although I increased 7 more minutes and these to 200º so that it had a more bread-like appearance and I made the typical cuts in the crust .. Thank you.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Great Sonia! Yes, the thing about the ovens is like that, each one is different and the times are always approximate. Good idea about the cuts.
      a kiss and thanks for your comment

  6.   Sonia said

    7 minutes

  7.   Ascen Jimenez said

    Thanks Dulce!

  8.   María said

    Very good, I just took them out of the oven and my children of 21 months and 3 and a half years old have loved it, they are eating as is, without filling and they ask me for more, thanks for the recipe

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      How glad I am, Maria. It is a pleasure to see how they take what we do at home, right? I love it.
      Thanks for your comment. A kiss!!!

  9.   Myriam said

    Hi, can I use baking powder? Thank you

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Myriam!
      Yes, but you will have to put less quantity. In this case, 5 g will be enough.
      A hug!

  10.   Rober said

    Hello, how long do they last and what way is better to keep them? Thanks and best regards

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Rober,
      They do not last long because the pumpkin holds a little ... so, once baked, you can leave out those that you are going to consume at the moment and, those that are not, freeze them.
      I hope you like them
      A hug!

  11.   maria said

    hello, is this recipe good for the new thermonix? TM5?

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Mary,
      Yes, yes, you can do it on your TM5, no problem 🙂
      A hug!

  12.   maria jose said

    I have been very hard, in fact we have eaten some fresh from the oven that were a bit hard, but rich, but the next day like stones, I had to throw them away, the only thing different is that I have added normal yeast (5 gr ) instead of pressing, why could it be?

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hello Maria Jose!
      Even if it were powdered, it would be baker's yeast, right?
      For some reason, it seems that they have not done the levitation right ...

  13.   Esther said

    We really liked them!
    Thank you for the recipe.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Thanks to you, Esther 🙂

  14.   Beatrice Veintimilla said

    I think this recipe is great and I want to try it, but with gluten-free flour, since I am celiac.
    Can the pumpkin to use be roasted?
    Thanks and regards

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      You can try roasted pumpkin, yes. But let it cool before adding it.
      A hug!