It’s fall, y’all. And that means I’m all about baking things like chocolate chip pumpkin bread.
This version is so moist and muffin-like and the big chocolate chips sweetens it up just the right amount. My family gobbled these two loaves up in no time.
CHOCOLATE CHIP PUMPKIN BREAD
makes two loaves
3 cups flour
2 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp salt
1 tsp baking soda
2 cups sugar
2 cups canned pumpkin
1 1/2 cups canola oil
1 bag chocolate chips (I use milk chocolate)
Preheat oven to 350.
In stand-up mixer, beat eggs, sugar, pumpkin and oil. Gradually add in dry ingredients until just combined. Pour in chocolate chips.
Pour evenly into two greased loaf pans (4×8). Bake for 60 minutes or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean. Cool on wire racks.
Slice and serve.
Yum. You’ll love this bread.
I turned the ingredient illustration into a free print for you!
There are two 5×7 prints on each sheet. Just download + print on your favorite card stock. These would be super cute to give along with freshly baked bread to a neighbor or friend or teacher!
Download the file HERE
Such a pretty recipe card! I love the idea of giving one along with a loaf of pumpkin bread, to neighbors, my kids teachers, and party hostesses!
My 16 year old son asked me for pumpkin bread and I made your recipe this week. He has been eating it for breakfast, after football snack and dessert. I sent the other loaf to the office with my husband and it was gobbled up. It is Yummy! Thanks for sharing!
I’m so glad you all are enjoying it! Time for another batch in our house …
Thanks for sharing this yummy recipe Emily! I made it for church today and it was a hit :) I can always count on the quality of your recipes <3 Bless you!
Just made a batch of these as big muffins and they’re wonderful! Thanks for sharing a great recipe.
Emily, this bread is sooooo good! I whipped some up a few days after reading your post. Thank you so much for sharing!!!
Looks so good, but just wondering…since most canned pumpkin is 15oz. (about 1.5 cups), do you only use 1 can for this recipe( as pictured!), or do you measure it out and use more than 1 can to get the 2 cups that are called for? Thanks so much!
There are 8 ounces in a cup when measuring liquids so 15 ounces is 1 ounce short of two cups. I would qualify pumpkin puree as liquid so one 15 ounce can would be close enough to 2 cups in this recipe.
Made these as muffins and they are to die for! Thank you for the great recipe :)
Sounds delicious! The chocolate chips are missing on the recipe in the text… thanks!
This looks great, but I don’t mean to be cynical when I say “canned pumpkin”???!! Only in America. I think you’re in America… So that I can make this yummy looking bread…is canned pumpkin pureed or pieces?
I love reading your blog, by the way.
The canned pumpkin is a smooth puree :)
Yummy!!!! I will have to try this out and it would be great for little gifts. :)
Thank you so much for this adorable printable and delish recipe! I can’t wait to make some up for the season!! xoxo!
Oh yum! Chocolate, pumpkin, and carbs are three of my favorite things. :D
Her Heartland Soul
Yum! Is it 2 tsp baking soda? Or is it a typo and just 1 tsp? Thanks!
just 1 tsp.