The recipe states, at the top, that it makes 2 loaves. At the end of the recipe it states that it makes 6 loaves. Which is correct? I don't want to start and then find out that I need 4 more loaf pans, lol.
I have made this recipe time and time again, and it always turns out wonderfully. I use 2 cups (16oz) pumpkin because that is what my pie recipe calls for and thus is how I freeze my own pumpkin and it is great. I most recently made muffins with the recipe; reduce baking time to 25 minutes and go from there.
If you don't use paper/foil liners, be sure to grease and flour well or they will stick to the pans.
Perhaps you could use one of these sites to figure nutrition info for any recipe you want to try. Posting a poor review for something that has nothing to do with the recipe itself isn't helpful. http://www.recipenutrition.com/; https://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-calculator.asp; http://www.livestrong.com/article/313115-how-do-i-convert-a-recipe-into-nutritional-value/
Made the recipe just as listed, and it's moist and delicious. Used Trader Joe's canned pumpkin, and Dundee Honey Brown Lager. Everyone loved it as a not-too-sweet snack. It took a little longer than the suggested time to cook in my oven. Next time I may try adding pecans or dried cranberries,
ugh, this is not a review for the bread; how frustrating! email MyRecipes directly if you have a comment. the diabetics I know can look at the ingredients and make an informed decision about sugar/carbs content. I'll go out on a limb and assume 2 cups of sugar should keep you away unless you choose to replace with a natural sweetener or a substitute. and you could try avocado in place of the vegetable oil, or even olive oil if you want something healthier. but one small slice shouldn't put you over the edge, unless your other foods are sugar heavy as well. in many recipes you can reduce the sugar up to 20% without a big difference in taste. texture/consistency could vary with each recipe however.
I made this recipe for pumpkin bread yesterday and I do believe this is the best pumpkin bread recipe I've ever tried. I used a local blackberry honey, my own chicken eggs and Mirror Pond Pale Ale by Deschutes Brewery. I was very careful not to over mix like directions suggested. It's also a good way to use your own pumpkin