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Favorite moviesSteven Kings Cat's Eye, How to Train your Dragon , Rise of the GuardiansFavorite TV showsBones, Dragons of BerkFavorite booksThe cat who series, The Guardians of Childhood seriesFavorite gamesSkyrim, Fallout, Harvest moon, Rune FactoryFavorite gaming platformX-box 360
I mentioned this in a post and thought I'd post it. It's real popular among my friends. I've shared the recipe freely but the ones that tried somehow claim it didn't turn out right. I don't consider my cooking skills anything super so I never knew how to take that. I personally think my mom makes it better.
The original recipe was published in a newspaper before I was born to promote a Halloween cookbook. Originally it was meant to be baked in small metal coffee cans. As those are rare now in this plastic obsessed world I use glass loaf or cake pans.
This recipe originally called for raisins and not chocolate. My mom isn't a fan of raisins. I didn't find out until a few years ago pumpkin bread doesn't normally have chocolate chips. I actually made this recipe for my friends because I bought pumpkin bread at a bake sell outside the store I work in and when asked how it was I replied. 'It's good even though it has raisins instead of chocolate chips.' Upon finding out most people thought chocolate and pumpkin was weird I had to prove them wrong. (It wasn't until after this break room conversation my mom told me she changed the recipe.)
So for the original substitute raisins for the chocolate chips. Chopped walnuts are also optional. 1/2 cup
3 eggs 3/4 cup canola oil 16 ounces canned pumpkin 1/2 cup water
1 cup dark chocolate chips. Or semi sweet, or whatever chocolate you like. I'd hate to start a great chocolate chip war. (the choice of chips in a dessert can be serious)