Creamy Paleo Pumpkin Spice Bread

Creamy Paleo Pumpkin Spice Bread

There are few things I love more in this world than taking a walk on a rainy afternoon all while knowing I have a warm Pumpkin Bread in the oven waiting for me. Yet as I write this it is 80 degrees and the middle of July and I'm craving a good, dare I say amazing, Paleo Pumpkin Bread recipe. My problem is that I have no great recipes on hand since my old ones were back before I attempted a Paleo lifestyle. Hannah, from the Paleo Baking Company, has been kind enough to share a great pumpkin spice bread recipe with us so we are excited to pass it along to you.

So what do I love about this recipe? Well the spice mix is the best tasting and also healthiest Pumpkin bread mix I have found to date, with a short list healthy ingredients it is what I call a no BS mix. It provides great flavor with an ingredient list of ingredients that you can decipher, things like Hazelnut flour and Coconut flour.

So lets talk about the taste: the recipe calls for a good amount of Coconut oil, Hazelnut flour, and Coconut flour all of which provide a very light and creamy taste that I have yet to find on any other Pumpkin Bread recipes. The Hazelnut flour is very well complimented by the assortment of spices within the mix. Sitting down with this and a glass of Almond Milk over ice was the full treat I needed to make Pumpkin Bread in July.

Happy baking and let us know what you thought!



  • Make Paleo Spice Cake and Muffin Mix according to package instructions, by combining pumpkin with wet ingredients before adding the dry mix.
  • Spoon batter into two bread pans, two 9" round cake pans, or one 9x13" pan
  • Bake cake pans at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes until cakes are cooked through and an inserted toothpick comes out clean.

Meet the Author

Russell Martin

Programmer by day, Paleo junkie by night. After discovering the Paleo Diet, my eyes were opened to a world of health and fitness that I had managed to ignore for years. A year and a half into my primal lifestyle and I haven't looked back since.

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