Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread
Use these ingredients (see link for recipe).
Lots of ingredients. Don't worry, it's worth it.
Preheat the oven and don't forget to grease the pan like I did. Combine pumpkin puree, vegetable oil, sugar, and eggs. Stir until mixed.
Now doesn't that looking appetizing? I'm not a mom yet or anything but I assume that's what.....I digress.....
I'm infamous for assuming our powdered sugar is flour since we keep them both in unlabeled containers so here is a picture of me doing my taste test. This flaw of mine made for some interesting volcanic piles of what should of been chocolate chip cookies. I learned my lesson.
It's flour. Confirmed.
Combine flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg, and ground cloves.
Now just look at those gorgeous shades of brown and orange. I feel like I'm the cooking version of Bob Ross. Fall in a bowl, my friends.
Get back to work and stir. Add chocolate chips.
Scrap it all into your bread pan or cupcake pan if you prefer.
Now to make the topping.
In a small bowl combine sugar, brown sugar, flour, cubed butter, and cinnamon.
If you happen to own a food processor that isn't currently broken, you can mix it in that until crumbly (another thing to add to my non-existent wedding registry). Or you can use a fork and join me for some manual labor until crumbly.
When it was about this consistency I felt it was crumbled thoroughly. I'm getting sick of the word crumbly.
Mix in oatmeal and chopped walnuts. I cut my walnuts more finely with a cutting board and knife.
Spread with spoon on top and cake and put in oven for 45minutes to an hour. When a toothpick or knife comes out dry you know for sure that it is done.
Rich and delicious. I hope my potluckers will love me forever.