Pumpkin (Winter Squash) Yeast Bread — Weekend Cooking — 30 Comments

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  2. Thanks so much for the peeling winter squash tip. I’m doing this with my next butternut squash (always deadly to peel). I happen to have a small acorn squash in the house right this second … hummmm. This would taste good with my leftover split pea soup.

  3. Thanks for sharing this recipe – I’m so glad Kim asked! My bread machine has been in the closet since spring and will make a return to the kitchen counter this week. I love pumpkin, but have never tried it in a yeast bread.

  4. I’ve made pumpkin yeast bread before with canned pumpkin, and it was delicious! In fact, that’s the only yeast bread I’ve ever made sans bread maker. Yours looks lovely!

  5. Mmmm! Squash/pumpkin rolls are a Thanksgiving tradition for us, but I never thought of using the same recipe for a loaf of bread! And maple syrup instead of brown sugar is a great idea, too.

  6. That’s an amazing philosophy and I’m sure it’s made a huge difference to your health. I still haven’t made your applesauce bread and here you are with another tempting recipe!

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  9. I love breads made with squash. They are yummy, but a bit heavy. It’s good to read that the bread machine can handle that heft. Oh, I want to fill the house with the smell of baking bread now. Ahhh. Thanks for linking up!

  10. Joy, this looks so good, thanks for the recipe. When the temperature drops, it just seems natural to bake more and warm the kitchen and house with the oven and the wonderful scents, too.

  11. Joy, that bread looks scrumpdiddliumptuous (sp?). I love how you have modified your cake recipes so that they are more healthy. I wonder how I might adjust the directions so I could make this recipe without a bread machine.

  12. Now this is ambitious! I’ve never made anything with real pumpkin before, but I’d be willing to give this a try—especially since you’ve included such a great tip for skinning the squash! Unfortunately, I sold my bread machine before one of my moves. Do you have baking instructions for using an oven instead?

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  14. I made the bread and it was great! It turned out great in our bread machine! (West bend model) thanks for the great recipe! We will definitely make it again very soon, like tomorrow!

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