Pumpkin Biscoff Bread #SundaySupper


It is getting to be that time of year.  The time where we all need gift ideas for neighbors, teachers, caregivers, the mailman etc.  It can be hard to come up with those little gifts each year.  I am a firm believer that, if you put the time and effort into making something, it will be much more appreciated.  So I would much rather bake someone cookies than buy them a gift card.  Today Susan from The Wimpy Vegetarian is hosting the #SundaySupper “Holiday Gifts from the Kitchen” event.

We moved into our house over the summer.  We live on a long cul-de-sac, and I have yet to meet all of our neighbors.  I was thinking of baking mini loaves of bread this year, and delivering them around the block as a way of meeting everyone.  The first time I saw this bread was at Love From The Oven, where she used applesauce and flax meal.   Then I saw Budget Gourmet Mom had a version with Greek Yogurt, and I was sold.

This made 4 mini loaves, or 1 full sized loaf if you don’t feel like sharing.  Pumpkin and Biscoff were pretty much made for each other.  This isn’t the first time I have had the combination, and it won’t be the last.  This bread is tender, and full of the great pumpkin flavor you love.  I printed the recipe, and glued it to a colored piece of paper.  I then used ribbons and a plastic gift bag to package it.  All set for delivery!  If you really liked your neighbors you could get ceramic mini loaf pans.  I have seen them at Michael’s craft store for $1.99.

Yields 10

A lightened up version of Pumpkin Biscoff Bread. Great as neighbor or teacher gifts.

15 minPrep Time

60 minCook Time

1 hr, 15 Total Time

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  • 1 (15 oz) can pumpkin puree
  • 2 eggs
  • 6 oz plain Greek yogurt
  • 1/4 cup Biscoff Spread
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp ground ginger
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1 cup whole wheat flour


  1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Prepare 1 loaf pan, or
  2. mini loaf pans with non stick cooking spray.
  3. In a bowl, whisk together pumpkin, eggs, Biscoff and yogurt.
  4. In a separate bowl, mix together Stevia, salt, baking soda,
  5. ginger, flour, and whole wheat flour. Combine wet and dry
  6. ingredients, and beat until just combined. Spread into
  7. prepared pans. Bake for 1 hour (full plan), or 40 minutes (mini pans),
  8. or until a tester comes out clean.


Adapted from Budget Gourmet Mom



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  1. I love Pumpkin bread! I’ve never heard of Biscoff spread but it sounds very interesting! I am going to check and see if World Market carries it so I can try it.

  2. I’ll make the four and then decide whether I’ll eat them all myself. This looks very good.

  3. Oh this bread looks so good. I seriously need to get some of this Biscoff Spread. I keep seeing such amazing recipes using it

  4. Oh my gosh I could just devour this! Who wouldnt want his as a gift. I have never had Biscoff Spread.

  5. Wow! I would love to receive this in my mail! Although if I made it myself I don’t think it would reach the recipient! Great recipe, Erin! Thanks for sharing. :)

  6. This looks yummy! I think I might make it for Thanksgiving Day for breakfast.

  7. I love anything with pumpkin. This biscoff bread looks good and a great idea to give out as gift too!

  8. Audrey is helping me with comments and she really wants to make this. Both girls love baking and we will more than likely make bread for gifting. Will have to see about Biscoff spread as we have never worked with.

  9. Different kidof pupkin ea thn I’m used to eating! Got to try it!

  10. Different kind of pumpkin bread than I’m used to eating. Got to try it!(don’t you love computers that move at a different speed than you do?) :)

  11. Wonderful bread to share as gifts for the holidays. I’m a big fan of Biscoff and always seeking recipes to use with it.

  12. I would love to make loaves of this for my coworkers as gifts.

  13. Erin, I love this combo! Yum! Hmm, sharing… Not sure if I’d want to share these 😉

  14. This sounds awesome! Great idea!

  15. How can you go wrong with anything biscoff? I’d love to be your neighbor!

  16. You seriously had me at Pumpkin, and then you said Biscoff and I was SOLD. This would be my ideal gift this year! Yum!

  17. One of my fave breads ever, I was quite sad when the last piece was gone! Such a great combo of flavors. Though I’m guess I’m a bit confused at my version being referred to as full fat in comparison? I’m always swapping out in my bread recipes to avoid that. My other recipes, oh yeah, but my breads, nope, they get the make over swaps every time 😉

    • You are correct, your bread is actually pretty healthy with flax meal and applesauce. I apologize for saying yours was a full fat version. I have updated it! Just so you know, I don’t comment often, but I do love your site!

  18. Those loaves look so good, but I have never heard of this Biscoff spread. Cool!!

  19. YUM! I am in love with Biscoff spread…and paired with pumpkin? Brilliant.

  20. Awwww so cute! I wish I lived on your block so I can get a loaf :)

  21. Well…pumpkin and biscoff? You are speaking my language!! Saving to make to take home for our Thanksgiving lunch.

  22. This would certainly be the way to your neighbours hearts! Beautiful bread!

  23. This bread is a brilliant idea! I knew I should have gotten more Biscoff :)

  24. What a beautiful gift idea to meet your neighbors. I very much like your presentation! It sure sounds like a winner :)

  25. I love Biscoff & I love Pumpkin … can’t wait to try this delicious mashup!!

  26. I love that you used greek yogurt in this recipe. It is on my list to make for Thanksgiving!

  27. I totally agree about homemade gifts, they really are my favorite! Love the flavor combo here, I wish I was one of your neighbors :)

  28. What a seasonal, wonderful gift idea! We’re moving soon too and I really love your idea of making a bunch of these as gifts for your new neighbors. I want to be one of YOUR neighbors :-)

  29. Oh these looks fantastic!Love the pumpkin biscoff combo and the warm spices!! Perfect gift for the Holidays :)

  30. Pumpkin and Biscoff is such a great combination and I love that you used Greek yogurt in the bread. This would make such a great gift!

  31. I keep hearing about biscoff lately – I have NO idea what it is. Gonna have to do my homework! This bread looks great!!

  32. Yum, I bet they make the house smell like the holidays!

  33. So delicious, definitely a must to try.

  34. Yeah, more Biscoff and pumpkin goodies! Sounds lovely. And my neighbors would totally get foil pans. I’d keep the ceramic ones for myself. :)

  35. I Love home made breads and this one’s a winner !! Yummm !! Looks lovely too !!

  36. It’s official – I need to make me some biscoff!

  37. I love pumpkin and I love Biscoff so I know this bread is a winner!

  38. So good! How I would love to be your neighbor :)

  39. New or old, I would love to receive a loaf of this bread from a neighbor! 😀 It looks delicious!!

  40. Looks fabulous. I love the mini loaves. They make perfect hostess gifts. :)

  41. Ooooo, I bought a jar of Biscoff spread but other than eat it out of the jar, I wasn’t sure what to do with it. I love this idea, Erin!

  42. I love this recipe Erin. It’s fabulous. I think your neighbours would love getting this as gifts.

  43. This sounds absolute amazing! I must try this beautiful bread.

  44. Nicely done, Erin! I love the presentation too. I’ve been hearing about Biscoff …I MUST try it! These breads would certainly be well received :-)

  45. Will you be my neighbor? I love the idea of this bread and I know it would taste great too. Very nice idea for gift giving and I too believe the extra time put in for gifts is appreciated and remembered!

  46. DELISH! What a spectacular combination of flavors and I bet it just melted in your mouth. Your house probably smelled amazing. Great idea to use these delights to meet your neighbors.

  47. Bread is one of our favorite gifts to give too…my husband actually makes most of our breads – he does great pumpkin bread and banana bread, and does them as a mini loaf too. I love the idea of adding Biscoff spread to pumpkin bread!

  48. This is a beautiful bread! Greek yoghurt is my favourite thing to bake with – it produces a tender and moist crumb! We don’t get Biscoff here yet, but I’ll keep my eyes out. Or else, I can order it online…

  49. This bread looks beautiful! The sad part is we don’t have biscoff in Canada, otherwise I’d be all over this!

  50. What a fabulous recipe for the holidays!! I hope you’ll send me a loaf 😀

  51. What a great way to meet your neighbors. I only know a few of my neighbors too and it would be nice to go around the block with a gift as an excuse to meet everyone. Lovey bread. I have never had biscoff but all this biscoff talk is making me want to try it.

  52. Pumpkin and cookie butter-sounds like a winner to me!!!

  53. Great gift idea! My mom always used to send us around the neighborhood with pans full of breads. :)

  54. Oh, I’m liking the pumpkin and biscoff combo- I must try it. These sound fabulous, I know I’d love to receive one as a gift. :)

  55. Kudos for making this a healthier bread! I love that it has wheat flour and uses greek yogurt. I bet it’s super filling too. Looks delish!

  56. Pumpkin AND Biscoff? This is like, the bread of my dreams. Holy yum!


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