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  1. Hi Nificent family 🙂
    Bekkah was very excited to see the photo of littlenificent eating her bread and soup, she was happy to see that she likes, at least what she believes is, Pumpkin Soup 🙂
    Hope you are all well xo

  2. This is a great idea to sneak veggies into your carb loving kids diet. I will have to make this up some time. Thanks for linking up with the Tuesday baby link up. Hope to see you back again!

  3. Hello! I would love to try this but it is hard to find active dry yeast here. I live in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. Where did you buy the yeast. Will it work using instant yeast?

  4. Just tried this tonight for dinner with pumpkin and made big dinner rolls. They were so good! No one had any clue there was a veggie mixed in. Definitely want to try as a loaf of bread. Thanks for sharing!

  5. I botched some carrot soup today with too much chipotle. I used your recipe to turn it into bread! It’s still rising, so I can’t comment on taste yet, but it looks wonderful!

  6. Hi! Quick question. I am excited to try this recipe for my 12 month old, who loves bread, but I don’t have a stand mixer. Could I use a hand-held mixer to combine ingredients and then knead the dough with my hands for a longer amount of time? Has anyone tried this? Thanks so much!

  7. Also, I was wondering At what temperature to bake the bread in the oven. My loaf pan doesn’t fit in my slow cooker! Thanks again

  8. And should i cover the dough with plastic wrap when rising in the bowl and/or pan? Sorry, I’ve never made bread before! 🙂

    • Before I had a bread machine, I always covered my dough with a tea towel when it was rising. I’d imagine plastic wrap would work just as well. Maybe better. And you’ll want to bake it for about an hour at 350 degrees. Towards the end, the top can start to burn. If that happens, just cover it with tin foil for the last 10 or 15 minutes. Hope that helps!

  9. Thank you so much for your great recipe!I have a 4 years old son with autism. He is a Very picky eater, the only thing he’s willing to eat is pizza! I am so excited to try this recipe so I can sneak in some veggies to his diet!

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