This Pumpkin Oat Breakfast Bread is great to prep for the week and have a gluten free and nutritious breakfast for everyone from babies to kids to adults!

This Pumpkin Oat Breakfast Bread is great to prep for the week and have a gluten free and nutritious breakfast for everyone from babies to kids to adults!

I made this Pumpkin Oat Breakfast Bread for Ruthie with what I had on hand a couple of weeks ago and holy moly she LOVED it!  Making a breakfast bread and an egg bake at the beginning of the week has been savings my mornings lately.  Now that we have cut out Ruthie’s morning bottle in preparation for her turning one, I need breakfast ready as soon as she is up.  Having just a couple things ready makes a world of difference at 7 am. I just take out a piece of this bread and a piece of egg bake (which i’ll share a recipe for soon) and I cut them into little pieces, microwave for like 10 seconds, then she gobbles them up!

I love how easy this is to make, just throw everything in a bowl, into a loaf pan and bake.  Then you have a nutritious breakfast or snack ready for any hungry person in the house.  It is gluten free because I used oats and almond flour for the base, dairy free and refined sugar free.  I hope you love this quick bread as much as our house does lately!!

This Pumpkin Oat Breakfast Bread is great to prep for the week and have a gluten free and nutritious breakfast for everyone from babies to kids to adults!

Ruthie definitely ate almost 3 pieces right when I was finished shooting this… we had to take it away from her!!

This Pumpkin Oat Breakfast Bread is great to prep for the week and have a gluten free and nutritious breakfast for everyone from babies to kids to adults!

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This Pumpkin Oat Breakfast Bread is great to prep for the week and have a gluten free and nutritious breakfast for everyone from babies to kids to adults!

Nutrition for Pumpkin Oat Breakfast Bread

This bread is so hearty for breakfast.  Did you know Oat Breakfast Breads are very high in protein, plus this recipes has 3 eggs in it!  Oats also are high in fiber, which helps slow down the digestion of carbohydrate, help the guy stay healthy and lastly help with sustaining throughout the day as the fiber will keep you full!  This bread also has pumpkin in it, which is very high in Vitamin A and Vitamin C, just like sweet potatoes!  A nice addition is the fact that each slice is relatively low in calories!  Check the nutrition facts label below!

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Pumpkin Oat Breakfast Bread

  • Author: Kelsey
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Ingredients

  • 1 cup quick oats
  • 1 cup almond flour
  • ½ tsp salt
  • ½ tsp baking soda
  • ½ tsp baking powder
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 3 eggs
  • ⅓ cup pumpkin
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • ¼ cup coconut oil, melted
  • ⅓ cup coconut sugar

Instructions

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and then pour into a parchment paper lined loaf pan. Bake for 30-35 or until it doesn’t look soft at all on top.

 

20 replies
  1. Erica says:

    Love this quick pumpkin bread! My almost 2 year old gobbled it right up! She did call it a cookie, but I was going to correct her. A great recipe to make and eat together!

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  2. Colleen says:

    Made this for my 2 year old and my husband and I ended up eating half of it! We all looooved it! I made it into 10 muffins and cooked it for about 17 minutes and turned out great! Thanks for the recipe!

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  3. Sarah says:

    We are expecting our first baby at the end of July, and I’ve already made 3 loaves of this bread for our freezer! I have it sliced, and it thaws perfectly. I know it’s going to be a great breastfeeding snack or addition to my breakfast for those hectic mornings.

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  4. Meredith says:

    Hi! I bought almond flour just for this recipe. So good and my kids ate it! I’m planning to make more since I have more pumpkin.

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  5. Julia says:

    This looks delicious! My little guy has an egg sensitivity. Do you think substituting unsweetened applesauce would work? If not, any suggestions?

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