Pumpkin bread is one of the most popular Fall desserts and this moist pumpkin bread with streusel topping and maple glaze will be at the top of your baking list because it is so easy and delicious.
It’s almost pumpkin everything season! Now that the temperatures are starting to dip( just a touch) and my kitchen is nearing completion I decided test my new oven with one of my all time favorite pumpkin recipes, Moist Pumpkin Bread With Streusel Topping and Maple Glaze.
I put my own spin on classic pumpkin bread because Moist Pumpkin Bread With Streusel Topping and Maple Glaze sounds and tastes a little more decadent than just plain old pumpkin.
Pumpkin bread however you make it is a sweet treat that is perfect to enjoy for breakfast, with a cup of tea, as dessert or even added to your charcuterie board. This pumpkin bread is so moist, and had the perfect amount of spice along with nutty streusel topping and a maple glaze. My contractors and I devoured two loaves in one day!
Moist Pumpkin Bread With Streusel and Maple Glaze
To make the streusel
1/4 cup cold butter, cubed
1/4 quick cooking oats
1/4 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup flour
1/2 cup walnuts chopped
In a small bowl mix together all of the topping ingredients, you can use a fork to combine or your hands. You want the mixture to resemble small crumbs and when ready to place on the bread you can squeeze it together to form larger crumbs. Set this aside until the bread is mixed and in the pan.
To make the bread batter
To make the maple glaze
Take 1/2 cup of powder sugar and 1/8 cup of maple syrup and mix together to form a glaze. Pour over the bread right out of the oven or you can wait until the bread cools. I like to pour it over after it cools but either way is fine.
How to store pumpkin bread
Store the bread wrapped in plastic wrap on the counter or in the refrigerator for 1 week. You can also wrap the bread in plastic and then in tin foil and freeze it for up to a month.
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Have a great day friends. If you make the pumpkin bread be sure to let me know how you liked it. One more things, if you are a pumpkin bread lover you can find 5 additional pumpkin bread recipes here!
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