Just finished participating in a craft show the last 2 days and sold cakes and casseroles. We sold out and one of the best sellers was this streusel pumpkin loaf. I have learned to always keep samples out for the customers and that is a guarantee of selling your baked goods. As soon as I put the sample out, the cakes sold themselves. It was such a simple cake to make and proved to be delicious. Tried to take a picture but my dropbox is full and I don’t have a clue how to delete some of the pics so I can add others to it to post on here. Fortunately, I bake better than I compute….
Mix up your favorite pumpkin bread according to directions on box. I used the little paper loaf pans that I purchased at Home Goods. I did rub a little butter on the bottom of the paper pans, just in case. I don’t think you need to do this, but just wanted to be sure they didn’t stick when the ladies got them home.
1 cup flour
1/2 cup cold butter, cut into slices
1/2 cup packed light brown sugar
2 teas cinnamon
Using a pastry blender, blend the cold butter with the flour, sugar and cinnamon. As soon as it resembles coarse crumbs, dividing the crumbs evenly between the amount of pans you are using, sprinkle over the pumpkin batter. Bake according to directions on your box of pumpkin bread or cake. It adds a crunchy delicious buttery topping to any pumpkin or spice cake. I drizzled a little cream cheese frosting over the cakes as soon as they were cool….sold them all!