Tuesday, January 17, 2023

Easy Pumpkin Spice Bread


Pumpkin Spice Bread Reviewed


I always like making things from scratch, but sometimes you just have to go with a box mix.

I wanted to make some banana bread but didn't have any ripe bananas. So I started looking through the cabinets and found this box of Krusteaz pumpkin spice bread.

Fran had picked this up at the store and thought it would be a good idea to make with the grandchildren.


Well, I guess I just couldn't wait so I went ahead and whipped this up. It was so easy to make and really moist and delicious. All you need is water, vegetable oil, and a couple of eggs. Stir everything together and bake in a 5-inch x 7-inch bread pan. Just follow the easy instructions on the box and you'll be enjoying this pumpkin spice bread in no time at all.

To be honest I've never heard of Krusteaz (Crust + Ease) before this. So I looked them up and found out that they have been around since 1932. Wow, where have I been?

The Krusteaz Story:

Times were tough during the great depression. A few women who always traded recipes together came up with a recipe for an easy-to-make pie crust and called it Krusteaz. They would go door to door and visit small cafes to sell their creation, and the rest is history. Today Krusteaz is still a family-owned business. 

They make a variety of easy-to-make bread and muffins, and I'm sure that they are all equally as delicious as this pumpkin spice bread. I will certainly be giving some of their others a try.

If you're looking for an easy and delicious dessert or snack to serve your family or friends just pick up a box of Krusteaz.

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You will find a variety of Krusteaz products in your local grocery store or you can find them on amazon.

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7 comments:

  1. Like you, I normally make my bread from scratch, but the box mixes definitely have their place in my kitchen. I always use a box mix for pancakes or brownies. I've never tried the Krusteaz mixes. Since you have now tried them and will recommend them, I will definitely give them a try. The Pumpkin Spice does sound real good to me right now (with my morning cup of coffee!) Thanks for this delicious recommendation.

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  2. For 'quick breads', muffins and brownies, i find the ease of a box mix very handy. I have never actually heard of the Krusteaz mixes before, but I will definitely be looking for them in the future. The back story to how the company came about was really interesting.

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  3. I really like Krusteaz mixes and have tried several different kinds. So easy and delicious.

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  4. Before we cut out sugars and grains from our diet a few years ago, my husband and I used Krusteaz mixes all the time. We learned about them from my mother-in-law and found them far superior to most of the big-name brands like Duncan Hines and Betty Crocker and we never tried a Krusteaz mix we didn’t like. The cornbread and lemon bars were our favorite Krusteaz mixes. The pumpkin spice bread mix sounds delicious!

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  5. I have never tried these mixes either, but I'm so glad that they got Sam's Seal of Approval. That makes all the difference to me! Next time I need a treat, I will look for these! Thanks Sam!

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  6. I've never seen this brand before - if I see one in the store I'll grab it and give it a try - the photo of the pumpkin loaf looks delicious

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  7. I would love to make this bread and it sounds delicious! I have not heard of this mix before, not sure if its sold here or not, but will have a look for it. Thank you for your recommendation!

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