Freshly baked pumpkin bread is a comfort food treat that, for some reason, we only make when the leaves begin to change color in autumn. Why is that? Even if fall is the official pumpkin spice season, the truth is that canned pumpkin is on store shelves year-round. Pumpkin bread is easy to pull together, and you don’t need to knead the dough or even use a mixer (via Sally’s Baking Addiction). Need another reason to bake a batch today? According to Land O’ Lakes, pumpkin bread freezes really well, so you can stash a loaf or two in your freezer to have ready to go in no time. When you’re ready to eat it, it’s important to know that there’s a wrong way and a right way to thaw frozen pumpkin bread.
This Is The Best Way To Thaw Frozen Pumpkin Bread