Gluten Free Pumpkin Soup Bread

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This quick and delicious pumpkin soup bread is light, moist and a perfect treat for the season. It's wheat-free, egg-free and gluten-free, and loaded with protein and fiber. It also can be made dairy-free using soya or almond milk instead of buttermilk.

  • 50 g Red lentil, ground into flour
  • 50 g Brown rice, ground into flour
  • 50 g Teff flour
  • 150 g Soya pistachio protein powder
  • 20 g Psyllium husk
  • 10 g Baking powder
  • 6 g Baking soda
  • 2 tsp Speculoos spice (or pumpkin pie spice)
  • 1/2 tsp Salt
  • 660 g Roasted Hokkaido coconut soup
  • 50 g Buttermilk
  • Poppy seeds, optional
  1. In a mixing bowl, whisk together the red lentil flour, brown rice flour, teff flour, protein powder, psyllium, baking powder, baking soda, Speculoos spice and salt.
  2. Make a well in the middle of dry ingredients, add in pumpkin soup and buttermilk. Stir with a wooden spoon until all well-combined. Scrape the batter into a parchment-lined loaf pan. Sprinkle the surface with some poppy seeds if desired.
  3. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F. Bake the bread in the middle of hot oven for about 50 minutes until nicely golden brown.



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97 comments:

Lisa H. 3/10/13 06:18

Its pumpkin month :D and you have baked a gorgeous bread :D

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Medeja 3/10/13 06:53

Wonderful color! I can eat such bread alone :D

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pria 3/10/13 07:06

Perfect one for the Fall :)
Loved your pictures

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Asha Shivakumar 3/10/13 07:34

One of the most gorgeous looking bread. With gorgeous little airpockets and soft texture, it is nothing short of PERFECTION. Pumpkin season here we come.

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Anne ~ Uni Homemaker 3/10/13 07:45

I love the title of this recipe! I want a bowl of pumpkin soup with this! :D

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 3/10/13 08:12

Beautiful loaves! This is a wonderful recipe.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 3/10/13 08:13

I'm loving all the nutritious blends of flours in this recipe. Yum for pumpkin season!!

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kitchen flavours 3/10/13 08:49

Hi Angie,
You make such amazing breads!

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Ann Low 3/10/13 09:05

October is the pumpkin month. Your pumpkin bread looks so yummy!

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Lite Home Bake 3/10/13 09:13

Angie, you have the most interesting recipes and as for the outcome of the recipes, the pictures speak for themselves! Awesome :)

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Jasna Varcakovic 3/10/13 09:20

It's got beautiful colour and sounds very tasty...

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thecompletecookbook 3/10/13 09:28

I would love to taste a slice Angie.
:-) Mandy xo

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cquek 3/10/13 09:56

omg, I would love to have a slice or 2

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Sokehah Cheah 3/10/13 10:33

I like the colour of this bread, so vibrant yet natural!

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Sam Hoffer @ My Carolina Kitchen 3/10/13 12:32

Fabulous colors and I adore the presentation with the fall bow.
Sam

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Paula @ Vintage Kitchen Notes 3/10/13 13:21

What? you put the soup inside the bread? That's brilliant Angie!

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Jenn S 3/10/13 14:23

Oh my gosh that looks and sounds incredible!! I would love a warm slice right now!

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Devaki 3/10/13 14:35

First off - what an incredible concept. Secondly I just can't get enough of the exotic flours you use and last, the color on this bread is GORGEOUS! You are an amazing baker Angie!

chow! Devaki @ weavethousandflavors

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Tessa @ Feral Kitchen 3/10/13 14:48

Gorgeous! I love the poppy seeds on the top of the loaf!

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Raven Cauthon 3/10/13 15:58

This bread is gorgeous Angie!

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Belinda 3/10/13 16:00

I can't believe that's gluten free! It looks sinfully perfect!

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 3/10/13 16:42

Angie, I love experimenting with gluten-free flours, but red lentil flour is one I haven't tried! Off I go to my natural foods store again (was just there yesterday)!

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Hema 3/10/13 17:59

Oh my God, so perfectly baked Angie, what texture, simply too good..

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Lenia 3/10/13 19:52

Not only is it beautiful (love its vibrant color) but also very creative!
Well done,dear Angie!
Kisses from Greece!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 3/10/13 19:57

Love the addition of the soup, Angie. Perfect for the season!

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Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 3/10/13 21:42

Woo hoo! I have teff flour and I need ideas for it. This is perfect!

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Donna 3/10/13 23:33

So wanting to make this gorgeous pumpkin bread...but as with the biscotti...one NEEDS the soy pistachio protein powder!...Could you please provide the label/brand of the powder?..I did a Google search..and alas..did not find anything!

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sophiesfoodiefiles 3/10/13 23:36

Waw, Angie!
You always make very interesting recipes! I was thinking I need a good apart recipe for a Gluten-Free spiced pumpkin bread & you always are there for me with your genius invented recipes! ;) MMMMMMMMM,... Waw too! xxx

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Vimitha Anand 4/10/13 00:05

Loved the texture of the bread. Looks so good

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Liz Berg 4/10/13 00:57

Your bread looks marvelous, Angie! What a great idea to add soup for extra moistness and flavor...yum!

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Ann Jones 4/10/13 01:27

I love anything with pumpkin, this looks great! And it's even better since it's gluten free and I can eat it :)

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eatgood4life.blogspot.com 4/10/13 02:52

These look out of this world. What a unique combo!

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Beth 4/10/13 03:08

Another great combination of flavours! You can't go wrong with pumpkin at this time of year.

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scrambledhenfruit 4/10/13 03:29

I love this! We've been experimenting with gluten-free, and this looks delicious. :)

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Elisabeth Foodandthrift 4/10/13 03:30

Angie, I love the bread with the addition of the coconut soup which we don't even have in our stores...coconut milk yes; but not soup! The poppy seed topping is my favorite, yumm!

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mjskit 4/10/13 05:17

What a great texture and interesting ingredients. Since I have never heard of some of these ingredients, I'm not sure what this would taste like, but coming from you, I'm sure it's delicious!

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Angie Schneider 4/10/13 05:19

@Donna I guess you didn't read my answer under the biscotti post. You can get it from Amazon. The one I have been using is Ironmaxx German Forge Protein Professional (2,35kg).

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Emma @ Fork and Good 4/10/13 10:52

This is truly beautiful Angie- you make such beautiful breads! And they look so decorative! You should come and make all my bread for me :)

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Vicki Bensinger 4/10/13 12:38

Your bread is beautiful and the color has fall written all over it. I'm going to have to read about Hokkaido to see what that is. You always have some ingredient I'm not familiar with. I need to head over to Whole Foods to pick these ingredients up and make this. It's sounds too good to pass up.

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Joanne 4/10/13 13:42

There is such a beautiful crumb in this loaf!!

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Priya Suresh 4/10/13 14:42

Love that pleasant colour, bread looks fabulous and elegant.

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Christine Ho 4/10/13 15:45

Aw, I want some pumpkin bread right now. I'm so hungry.

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Koko 4/10/13 17:32

What! You can make bread with soup!? What a great way to ensure no waste with leftovers of the soup. You're amazing!

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Helene Dsouza 4/10/13 17:43

As it comes, I just came home with a big fat pumpkin slice and your recipe is very timely. Looks and sounds fantastic Angie!

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Viviane Bauquet Farre - Food and Style 4/10/13 20:22

What a beautiful loaf of bread, Angie. Absolutely terrific recipe.

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Tina @ Tina's Chic Corner 4/10/13 21:19

This bread looks gorgeous! And perfect flavor this time of year. I'm always looking for gluten free recipes to serve to my observant friends. Thanks for sharing. :)

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Guru Uru 4/10/13 22:33

Soft and delicious for sure :D

Cheers
CCU

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Esther Lau 5/10/13 04:53

Wow...you make me craving for pumpkin bread!!!! :)

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Sue 5/10/13 06:13

These loaves look so inviting! I love the poppy crust:) Beautiful food styling (love that ribbon)!

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Anne Regalado 5/10/13 07:48

Perfect fall flavor ! Those healthy pumpkin soup bread look pretty delicious , Angie :)

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Barbara 5/10/13 12:54

I love that color, Angie! What a healthy soup. The poppy seeds look so pretty on top.

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Erica 5/10/13 15:09

More delicious bread recipes,Angie! You are amazing! Perfect for Fall!

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Cathy at Wives with Knives 5/10/13 15:27

I love your recipes, Angie, although I seldom can find the ingredients that you use in them. The weather is turning cold where I live and that always makes me starting thinking about my favorite pumpkin recipes.

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Debra Eliotseats 5/10/13 16:55

What an interesting bread. Coconut and pumpkin soup sounds really good to me right now. I don't think we can buy that here.

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Gloria Baker 5/10/13 17:08

I pinned in my board Breads this is beautiful!

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My Inner Chick 5/10/13 18:03

Did you say Pumpkin?
I'm SO THERE.
Fabulous. I smell these little gems in Duluth, MN. Xx Have a great weekend, Angie.

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Amy 5/10/13 22:45

Your pumpkin breads look awesome. I love the flavors here, perfect for Fall. :)

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Rebecca Subbiah 6/10/13 00:18

looks great will share with my GF friend

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Jeannie Tay 6/10/13 05:33

I am amaze by all your gluten free loaves, they always look delicious and so gorgeous!

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Kathy 6/10/13 14:08

Gorgeous color and texture. Pumpkin season is here again, and you have ushered it in beautifully!

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Ivy 6/10/13 14:46

Angie the bread sounds delicious but most of the ingredienrts sound "Chinese" (as I am Greek :) ) to me :) I' ll have to google search and find more about the ingredients.

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Kate@Diethood 6/10/13 16:01

Egg-free, gluten-free, and delicious?! Dude! Send me a loaf... or three!! :) The bread looks amazing...the texture is spot on!

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Barbara Bakes 6/10/13 16:31

What a fun bread for the season.

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Gina Stanley 6/10/13 17:22

Hey Miss Angie, soup in bread and gluten-free, that is an interesting combo. I haven't tried all those flour alternatives yet, but hope to soon. That bread looks nice and light and airy. Hope you have a great weekend.
-Gina-

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Julia | JuliasAlbum.com 6/10/13 17:51

Angie, all I can say is that you outdid yourself! I always pin your bread recipes, because they are so creative, but this is just so amazing! What a perfect bread recipe for the Fall season!

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Alida 6/10/13 19:47

This bread has a lovely colour and as it is gluten free it is certainly much easier to digest. Beautiful creation Angie. XX

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Balvinder Ubi 6/10/13 21:40

I so wanted to try a bread without yeast. This is delicious I need to get psyllum husk.

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Reeni 7/10/13 01:39

What a creative bread Angie! I would never think to add soup - you are always thinking outside the box. This looks absolutely delicious and what a beautiful color the soup gave to it!

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Mr. & Mrs. P 7/10/13 01:41

What a beautiful loaf! delicious!

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Rosita Vargas 7/10/13 02:54

Este pan luce perfecto mi querida Angie me encanta su textura,abrazos.

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Monica 7/10/13 04:58

What a creative idea to add soup to your bread! It must add a lot of moisture and flavor. Great color, too.

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Terra 7/10/13 05:27

I love everything about this bread! It looks so moist and beautiful!! Yum, Hugs, Terra

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The Yum List 7/10/13 06:43

So perfect for sopping up with pumpkin soup. :-)

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GG 7/10/13 08:31

Really inventive and sounds very yummy. GG

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Mich PieceofCake 7/10/13 11:46

I love this beautiful loaf. The colour is so gorgeous!

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dentistvschef 7/10/13 15:16

The bread color is very lovely!
who could resist thet???

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Tricia @ Saving room for dessert 7/10/13 17:06

This is a fascinating recipe - I can't believe it's egg free and gluten free! The color is amazing. It's pumpkin time!

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Spicie Foodie 7/10/13 17:58

What a gorgeous bread Angie. Love the colour and it must taste great.

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grace 7/10/13 19:04

this has some very interesting components, angie! my favorite is definitely that coconut soup. :)

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 7/10/13 19:56

So cool, never saw pumpkin SOUP bread! And love the poppy seed crust.

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Norma Chang 7/10/13 21:34

You create the most unusual bread.

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Juliana 8/10/13 01:17

Such an interesting recipe Angie...I love the color of this bread.
Have a great week :D

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Cass @foodmyfriend 8/10/13 02:35

Look at that colour! Whoop Whoop! I managed to find some disposable baking papers this week and will be gifting one of these really soon!

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Velva 8/10/13 03:10

It is definitely that time of year! beautiful bread.....without gluten and eggs too.

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motherrimmy 8/10/13 05:29

Pumpkin soup bread? Truly genius for this time of year!

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Erin | The Law Students Wife 8/10/13 06:55

Love the pumpkin color you have going on--I can almost taste it through the screen!

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Nusrat Azim 8/10/13 23:24

Never came across such glamorous pumpkin bread! You are truly a magician with a camera :)
I'll follow your blog like a crazy stalker from now on :)

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Kit @ i-lostinausten 9/10/13 09:35

Lovely seasonal bread with beautiful color! Looks amazing & healthy ! YUM! ;)

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lena 9/10/13 18:50

really interesting to read the soup in the batter...guess it' s one tasty gluten free loaf!

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Dawn Yucuis 11/10/13 04:35

Pumpkin bread is always great in the fall. This one sound wonderful.

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easyfoodsmith 11/10/13 14:11

A very unique bread there and it sounds so good. Soup in a bread instead of with a bread is a very clever idea!

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Geraldine Saucier 15/10/13 16:56

What a perfect fall bread. I love pumpkin bread and this recipe sounds great:)

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Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 16/10/13 18:54

I love the effect of the poppy seeds - set on fire by the dazzling orange ribbon! What a great mix of flours you have going on here Angie.

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Amelia 20/10/13 16:38

Hi Angie, very nice bread, love the golden colour. Great recipe.

Best regards.

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