Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Pumpkin Banana Bread Bundt with Almonds (Twice as Nice Tuesdays)

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In May 2012 I wrote:  Don't you love finding a good deal?  I recently was at a grocery store that had cans of Libby's Pumpkin Puree for 49cents a can.  I couldn't believe my eyes because I have paid over $2 a can during Thanksgiving time to make a fall dessert. I had to first inspect the cans so I checked the expiration date.  They all had a 2014 date so I knew I would be fine with them through the fall.  I went a little crazy and bought a whopping dozen cans. So here is the first dish I made with my pumpkin puree- A Pumpkin Banana and Almond  Bread Bundt.  I am not a baker by heart so I looked at one of my old banana bread recipes and tweaked it with the pumpkin. I did measure the ingredients, but I had no idea if it would flop or not.  I put it into the oven with a prayer and couldn't be happier with the results.  My husband has been enjoying this lovely bread for several days now and that makes me happy.  Now I have 11 more cans to go....

Twice as Nice Tuesdays is a new feature I would like to introduce here at the blog.  I was looking through my blog recently and realized that I have a lot of recipes that should get a 2nd look and showcase them again.  So today I am looking back at a dish I made over a year ago...



Ingredients:
Wet Ingredients:
3 ripe bananas
1 (15oz) can of plain pumpkin puree
3/4 cup honey (or substitute white sugar)
1/2 cup brown sugar
3 eggs
1 tsp ground ginger
1/2 tsp nutmeg
2 tsp ground cinnamon
1 tsp vanilla
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup vegetable oil
 
Dry Ingredients:
4 cups flour
1/2 tsp salt
2 tsp baking soda
1 tsp baking powder 

Topping:
sliced almonds



Directions:
Mix the wet ingredients and blend well with a mixer.  Mix dry ingredients together and then add it into the wet ingredients until it forms a batter.  Spray a bundt pan well with cooking spray or oil and add sliced almonds all around the bundt pan.  Pour in the batter and bake in a 350 degree oven for 55-60 minutes or until fork comes out clean.  Flip over onto plate and slice and serve.  Enjoy.

 

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27 comments:

  1. Yes I love to find a great deal on foods too :) your baking skill is getting better and better,the bundt cake looks perfect,i love the idea topping with almond,,Yum,,Yum,,

    Ridwan

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  2. Omg, wat an incredible bake,looks seriously fabulous.

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  3. I LOVE pumpkin! Yum! What a great recipe. I am jealous of your sale find...and inspired to check out the baking aisle on my next trip to the store. Pumpkin is always in season at our house and this bread looks so good. :)

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  4. yum-love the twist on banana bread! I love good deals too! I recently found cool whip and bacon on sale for really cheap (random I know)so I stocked up :)

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  5. It came out absolutely perfect, sweet Ramona! I would be right there with you buying the pumpkin by the dozen :) I love a good deal too! Now, I just wish I had a slice of your bundt right now... Thank you for sharing!

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  6. I love pumpkin and could eat it year round. I would have snatched up those cans too!!! Good deal! The cake looks lovely too,
    Christi

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  7. I am sitting here reading your post with a cup of hot coffee. It's a cool morning. The only thing missing is a generous slice of this Pumpkin Banana and Almond Bread Bundt. Great post!

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  8. Mmmm, these look scrum-diddly-umptious!

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  9. Wow!!!!the cake looks absolutely gorgeous and perfectly made,feel like grabbing...

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  10. I could eat this entire cake... in one sitting... no problem!

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  11. I wouldn't mind taking a couple of chunks out of this fantastic bread - adore its delicious flavours and your stunning presentation :D

    Cheers
    CCU

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  12. Now that is a pretty bundt cake--and I'm with you, I love finding deals!

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  13. Good deals can put me in a good mood for days. That is an outstanding deal! I would have gone crazy! Enjoy them for me.

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  14. Yeah! Nothing like finding a good deal! This bundt is all kinds of delicious! It must be so moist with the pumpkin and bananas!

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  15. Dang girl, this is one gorgeous bread. And a total bargain. You go girl. *I just can't pull that off can I?*

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  16. That is cheap!!! I couldn't find any of the stuff for months, and then when I did, it was like $6/can!!! This bundt looks great, my husband would love this with his morning coffee.

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  17. wow....yummy n delicious bund bread

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  18. Oh My gosh that looks so good. I bet your house smelled like the holidays and that's a pretty cool thing. Holiday yummy smells with warm weather, yummy!

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  19. I sooo need a bundt pan. Love pumpkin in cupcakes and cakes... gives you that warm, comforting feeling. Love that you've baked a pumpkin banana bread.

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  20. What a deal! 49 cents per can! Just shows you how they jack up the prices during the holiday! I foresee lots of pumpkin recipes coming out of Ramona's kitchen! :) Love the way you used the almonds. It makes such a lovely bundt! Bet this taste like the holidays in June! Have a great weekend my friend!

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  21. Well, since I didn't see this a year ago, I'm sure glad you went back and pulled it out again. It looks amazing. I can't believe you got pumpkin for that price. Don't you wish you could find it again? :)

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  22. sales make me so happy! that find would have put me in a good mood for a month!

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  23. Now that's a beautiful bundt cake. A fun twist with pumpkin right there.

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  24. My what a beautiful bundt you have! (heeheehee) I would never have thought to combine pumpkin and banana, but now that you did, I suddenly have a huge need to eat it! :D YUM

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  25. I've always favored sweet potatoes over pumpkin but I'm learning to love pumpkins thanks to recipes like this.

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