How To Make Pumpkin Bread Gluten-Free?
To make pumpkin bread, you will need all-purpose flour. Unfortunately, all-purpose flour has gluten in it. So, if you are allergic to gluten or looking for a gluten-free homemade pumpkin bread recipe, you can't use all-purpose flour. Luckily, there are gluten-free versions of all-purpose flour available in the market for baking purposes. You can easily use any brand of gluten-free all-purpose flour to make a loaf of gluten-free pumpkin bread. However, you can also blend almond flour or oats flour to enjoy a gluten-free pumpkin.
What To Serve With Pumpkin Bread?
Here are a few ideas on what to serve with pumpkin bread:
Maple Syrup: drizzle as much maple syrup as you like. Its caramel-like rich flavor goes well with the pumpkin bread.
Cream Cheese: You can serve pumpkin bread with cream cheese. For more flavor, add ground cinnamon or vanilla to it. The creamy and cheesy flavor goes well with the bread.
Nutella or Chocolate Ganache: There is no explanation for the flavor of Nutella. You can also use chocolate ganache and drizzle over your pumpkin bread.
Frosting: Use buttercream frosting, vanilla frosting, or chocolate frosting.
Apple Butter: Apple butter is buttery and offers a strong apple flavor. It goes well with the pumpkin bread. Try it, and I am sure you will like the combination.
Here are our delicious recipes that you can serve with Pumpkin Bread:
Can You Freeze Pumpkin Bread?
Absolutely! You can make pumpkin bread in large batches and store them for later use by freezing them. Once the pumpkin bread is completely cool, place it in a heavy-duty and freezer-safe, resealable bag and freeze. It will last for up to 3 months.
You can also refrigerate pumpkin bread. Place it in an air-tight container and refrigerate. It will last for up to 5 days.