The Best Vegan Pumpkin Bread

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This is the BEST vegan pumpkin bread you’ll try! It’s incredibly moist and tender, uses simple ingredients, and features a homemade pumpkin spice blend that takes the flavor over the top. A must make during pumpkin season!
Prep Time: 20 mins
Cook Time: 55 mins
Total Time: 1 hr 15 mins
5 from 70 votes

This is the best pumpkin bread I’ve had, vegan or not. It’s moist and tender, not too dense like many pumpkin breads, and is packed with a warming homemade pumpkin spice! It’s loved by tough critics and vegan skeptics, and unless you announce it ahead of time, no one will ever guess it’s vegan!

Plus, it’s so simple to make and no fancy baking equipment is needed. It’s adapted from my fan-favorite easy Vegan Banana Bread recipe, so you know it’s gonna be good! 

Serve it plain for breakfast or afternoon snack, or dress it up with one of two icing options: a sweet and nutty maple tahini icing or a decadent cream cheese frosting!

vegan pumpkin bread with icing on a wooden cutting board

Why this pumpkin bread recipe works

Not too dense or heavy

Pumpkin puree is itself very dense, and vegan loaf cakes can already be quite dense. As a result, most pumpkin breads I’ve had, especially vegan ones, are too dense and heavy. 

Despite the natural density of pumpkin bread, this pumpkin bread recipe is the most tender and moist variety I’ve tried, thanks to two ingredients: aquafaba and vegan buttermilk.

The type of vegan egg substitute you use should depend on the type of baked good you’re making and your desired texture. I have a whole blog post on the topic of vegan egg substitutes in baking

With a cake, I typically want the texture to be light and fluffy. When you lightly whip aquafaba (the liquid from a can of chickpeas), it turns foamy. This, in turn, helps create a light and fluffy texture and gives a nice lift to cakes. 

Since loaf cakes are naturally quite dense, this pumpkin bread isn’t fluffy per se, but it is significantly more tender than most.

Vegan buttermilk is made simply with a mixture of plant-based milk and a source of acid (I use oat milk for its superior browning capabilities in baking, but most plant-based milks work well). The vegan buttermilk’s acidity, when combined with baking soda during the baking process, also brings lightness to this pumpkin bread by enhancing the amount of rise in the bread. 

Real pumpkin spice and flavor

Many pumpkin desserts I’ve had are lackluster. This is usually because (1) not enough pumpkin spice is used and (2) a store-bought pumpkin spice blend is used.

As for issue 1, I’m not interested in pumpkin desserts that use a meager teaspoon of pumpkin spice. You can barely taste the flavor! My recipe uses 4 teaspoons of homemade pumpkin spice, so it really tastes like a pumpkin party in your mouth.

As for issue 2, you’re going to get a much better pumpkin bread with homemade pumpkin spice.

Tip: Spices lose some of their potency shortly after being ground, so any store-bought spice is going to be less flavorful than its freshly ground counterpart. And when you combine several pre-ground spices into one pumpkin spice blend, the flavor will always be lackluster. On top of that, there’s no way to tell how fresh (or not fresh) the pre-ground spices are when the commercial manufacturer bottles that pumpkin spice blend.

And, if you’re relying on last season’s pumpkin spice bottle shoved way back in the cupboard, it’ll lack the deep, complex flavor that takes this recipe from a pumpkin bread to a pumpkin spice bread.

Making a homemade pumpkin spice blend really makes this bread incredible, and luckily, it takes less than 5 minutes to make your own. 

My homemade pumpkin spice blend contains cinnamon, ginger, allspice, cloves, and freshly grated nutmeg. Freshly grated nutmeg is sweeter, spicier, and more potent in flavor than pre-ground, and makes a noticeable difference. My blend also has more cloves than most store-bought versions, which brings a uniquely pungent warming-sweet-hot flavor that is often missing in pumpkin baked goods.

And, of course, I tested this recipe with store-bought pumpkin spice and my homemade blend to make sure it was worth it. 

A/B testing: The version made with homemade pumpkin spice tasted like the essence of pumpkin encapsulated into a cake. When my dad tried it, he kept making oohing and ahhing, noises and giddily said “Oooh, I taste cloves, I taste nutmeg, I taste cinnamon. The version with the store-bought spice blend was nice and fairly tasty, but it didn’t scream “pumpkin!” in the same way.

Step by Step Instructions 

Gather your ingredients! 

ingredients for pumpkin bread with names of ingredients

In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and homemade pumpkin spice. 

In a large bowl, mix the brown sugar and oil using a hand mixer until well combined. 

Add your lightly whipped aquafaba to the brown sugar mixture. Mix until the aquafaba is well incorporated.

Add in the pumpkin puree, maple syrup, vegan buttermilk, and vanilla, and mix again until smooth. 

Add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients. Use a silicone spatula to gently fold the ingredients into each other. 

Mix just until the flour pockets are gone, then stop mixing. The batter should be somewhat lumpy and thick. Pour the batter into a lined 9×5” (23×13 cm) loaf pan and smooth out the top with the spatula.  

Bake at 350ºF/176ºC for 55 to 65 minutes. Transfer to a wire rack for 10 minutes. Using the parchment paper handles, remove the bread from the pan and cool on the wire rack for 30 minutes before slicing. 

baked vegan pumpkin bread in loaf pan on top of wire rack

When ready to serve, drizzle with tahini icing (or serve on the side),  or spread with the cream cheese frosting. 

Tips for making vegan pumpkin bread 

Opt for conventional canned pumpkin puree (not organic), if possible

I noticed a difference in canned pumpkin brands when making this recipe. When I used organic canned pumpkin puree instead of the conventional canned pumpkin from Libby’s, the pumpkin puree was more watery, resulting in a somewhat more liquid-y batter and a soggier bottom bread. 

If you only have organic pumpkin, be sure to strain the pumpkin puree until all the excess water runs off.

Be Precise 

Here are three ways to ensure this pumpkin bread comes out as desired.

  1. Use a digital scale. It yields the most exact results and baking is a science.

    If you don’t have a digital scale, please do not scoop the flour straight out of the bag or container. This always results in compacting too much flour into your measuring cup, and too much flour = dry baked goods. Instead, use the spoon and level method. Spoon your flour out of the bag/jar into the measuring cup until almost full, then use a butter knife to level it off.
  2. Get an oven thermometer and allow adequate time to preheat! Every oven is different, and if yours isn’t calibrated, chances are it’s a bit off. Plus, most home ovens don’t reach the stated temperature when the preheat cycle is over.
  3. Use a toothpick for doneness. Insert a toothpick in the top sides of the cake at an angle, not straight down. This angled position is a much more reliable indicator of whether a tall loaf cake is baked through. See a few moist crumbs? The bread is done.

    If the toothpick reveals batter that is still a bit gooey, return the pan to the oven for 5-10 more minutes. Worried about the top overbrowning? You can loosely tent the pan with aluminum foil.

No overmixing! 

Once the wet and dry ingredients are just incorporated and flour pockets are gone, stop mixing. The batter doesn’t need to be (and shouldn’t be) smooth. Lumps are okay because pumpkin bread is rustic! Overmixing is one of the most common baking mistakes, and it can cause the gluten to overdevelop. This can result in cakes that are dry and tough, or dense and gummy.

Know your pan size

I use a standard 9×5-inch loaf pan (23×13 cm), but if your pan is slightly smaller (e.g., 8×4-inch), there will be a bit of excess batter. Don’t try to fit it all into the loaf pan, or it might rise too high and make a mess in your oven. Also, an 8×4” pan will produce a taller, more compact cake, so you might need to add 5 minutes extra to the bake time.

woman's hands slicing vegan pumpkin bread on cutting board

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use homemade pumpkin puree instead of canned pumpkin puree?

Yes. Here’s how:
1. Slice a sugar pumpkin or pie pumpkin in half using a sharp knife and rocking motion. If it’s too tough to slice, pop it in the microwave for 30 – 60 seconds. Note: Don’t use the really large carving pumpkins – they are pretty flavorless and don’t have much flesh.

2. Lightly salt the flesh of the pumpkin, then place the pumpkin halves on a parchment paper lined baking sheet, cut side down. Bake in the oven at 400°F/205°C until fork tender, about 30 minutes for a small pie pumpkin, or 40-45 minutes for a larger one.

3. Once the pumpkin is cool enough to handle, the skin should peel off easily. Add the flesh to a food processor and puree for about 2 minutes, or until you have a really smooth puree.

4. Place the puree over a fine mesh sieve and stir with a spoon to let any excess water drain out. If you have cheesecloth, line the sieve with that and drain. Note: This step is essential since homemade puree is more watery than canned.

5. Finally, measure out the appropriate amount of pumpkin puree for this recipe: 425 grams, or about 2 tablespoons shy of 2 cups.

Can I substitute [X ]for [Y?]

Brown sugar? I haven’t tried this recipe with coconut sugar, but it should work well (the cake will be slightly less moist but still good).

Sunflower oil? Any neutral-flavored oil will work.

Aquafaba? Aquafaba is one of the ways I keep this bread light and tender, so I wouldn’t recommend substituting it. Plus, as long as you have a can of chickpeas, you have yourself some aquafaba!
Apple cider vinegar? You can sub lemon juice or distilled white vinegar.

How should I serve pumpkin bread?

If you want to eat this bread for breakfast or as an afternoon teatime snack, you can serve it plain! It’s a little sweet but not too sweet.

If you want something more dessert-like, there are two icing options! 

First, the maple tahini icing, which was the original pairing for this recipe. The tahini brings a unique nutty flavor that pairs beautifully with the classic pumpkin spice flavors. Max said that this icing tastes like halva, a delightful Middle Eastern dessert made from tahini and sugar, and I’d have to agree with him. I recommend pouring the icing only on the amount of bread you plan to eat to prevent any sogginess.

Second, the vegan cream cheese icing. This is the more decadent option of the two and my recent favorite. The frosting is a bit tangy from the cream cheese and lemon juice and it perfectly balances the sweetness. When you refrigerate the bread, the icing sticks to it like a traditional frosting and it is SO good. 

How should you store pumpkin bread?

If unfrosted, store it covered or wrapped in plastic on the counter for up to 5 days. If you make the maple tahini icing, you can leave it at room temperature but it’s best to pour the icing only over the amount of bread you plan to eat that day (to prevent sogginess). If making the cream cheese icing, store the bread covered in the fridge for at least 5 days.

pouring tahini icing on top of pumpkin bread

More delicious pumpkin treats

For more pumpkin desserts, you could check out my Pumpkin Miso Tart, my Pumpkin Spice Muffins, or just check out this round-up of 10 vegan pumpkin desserts. Can you tell I like pumpkin?

And if you give this Vegan Pumpkin Bread recipe a try, be sure to tag me on Instagram with your recreations and please comment with your feedback below!

vegan pumpkin bread with cream cheese icing and pumpkin seeds sitting on white platter

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The best vegan pumpkin bread you'll ever make
The best vegan pumpkin bread you'll ever make

The Best Vegan Pumpkin Bread

5 from 70 votes
This is the BEST vegan pumpkin bread you’ll try! It’s incredibly moist and tender, uses simple ingredients, and features a homemade pumpkin spice blend that takes the flavor over the top. A must make during pumpkin season!
Prep Time: 20 mins
Cook Time: 55 mins
Total Time: 1 hr 15 mins
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: Baking
Diet Vegan
Keyword: bread, pumpkin
Serving size: 10 slices

Ingredients

Pumpkin Bread Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup + 2 TBSP (~90 mL) aquafaba
  • 1/4 cup (60 mL) oat milk, or unsweetened plant-based milk of choice
  • 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
  • 1/3 cup (75 -80 mL) sunflower oil, or any neutral-flavored oil
  • 1 cup + 2 TBSP (170g) organic brown sugar, loosely packed
  • 1 15-ounce (425g) can pumpkin puree (I recommend not using organic canned pumpkin)*
  • 2 tablespoons maple syrup
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 2 cups (240g) all-purpose flour, spooned and leveled (see “Tips” section above)
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon fine sea salt

Homemade Pumpkin Spice

  • 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 1/2 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground allspice
  • 3/4 teaspoon ground cloves

Optional Toppings

  • Vegan Cream Cheese Icing
  • Maple Tahini Icing
  • Pepitas (or finely chopped pistachios)

Cream Cheese Icing (optional)

  • 4 tablespoons (56g) vegan butter, softened at room temperature
  • 2 ounces (56g) vegan cream cheese**, softened at room temperature
  • 1 cup + 2 TBSP (135g) organic powdered sugar, sifted
  • 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • Pinch of sea salt
  • 1/2 tablespoon freshly squeezed lemon juice

Maple Tahini Icing (optional)

  • 1 cup (120g) organic powdered sugar
  • 2 tablespoons good-quality tahini***
  • 3 tablespoons oat milk, or unsweetened plant-based milk of choice
  • 1 teaspoon pure maple syrup

Instructions

  • Preheat the oven to 350°F/176°C. Arrange a rack in the middle or bottom third of the oven. Line a 9×5-inch loaf pan (23×13 cm) with parchment paper, letting the excess hang over the long sides to form a sling.
  • Stir the vinegar into the plant-based milk and set aside to curdle. This is the vegan “buttermilk.”
  • Pour the aquafaba into a small bowl. Using a handheld electric mixer, whip the aquafaba on medium speed for 45 seconds, or until uniformly foamy.
  • In a medium bowl, combine the flour, baking soda, baking powder, salt, and all of the pumpkin spices. Whisk well to ensure the leaveners and spices are evenly distributed.
  • In a large mixing bowl, add the brown sugar and oil. Mix using the electric mixer or a whisk until well combined. Add the whipped aquafaba and mix until well incorporated. Add in the “buttermilk,” pumpkin puree, maple syrup, and vanilla. Mix until smooth and the ingredients are well incorporated.
  • Using a silicone spatula or large wooden spoon), add the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients and gently stir until the ingredients are just barely combined and no flour pockets remain, then stop mixing! The batter doesn’t need to be (and shouldn’t be) smooth. Some lumps are normal.
  • Pour the batter into the prepared loaf pan and smooth out the top of the batter using a spatula or spoon.
  • Bake in the preheated oven for 55 to 65 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted into the top sides of the cake comes out mostly clean with just a few moist crumbs.
    Note: I like to check the bread at 53-55 minute mark. If the toothpick reveals batter that is still a bit gooey, return the pan to the oven for 5-10 more minutes. If you’re worried about the top overbrowning, you can loosely tent the pan with aluminum foil.
  • Transfer the pan to a wire rack and cool for 10-15 minutes. Then, using the parchment paper handles, remove the bread from the pan and cool on the rack for at least 30 minutes before serving.
    Serve plain, or with the Cream Cheese Icing or the Maple Tahini Icing and scatter with handful of pepitas or chopped pistachios.
    If using Maple Tahini Icing, pour it only on the amount of bread you plan to eat (or serve it on the side).****
  • Cream Cheese Icing (optional)
  • To a medium mixing bowl, add the softened vegan butter. Beat on low speed with an electric hand mixer until smooth. Add the cream cheese and beat until well incorporated and creamy. Add half of the powdered sugar, mix on low speed to combine, and then add the rest of the sugar. Mix until well combined and fluffy, scraping down the sides as you go. Add the vanilla, salt, and lemon juice and mix until smooth.
    If too thick, add a splash of plant-based milk. If too thin, briefly refrigerate.

Maple Tahini Icing (optional)

  • Sift the powdered sugar into a large bowl (sifting gets rid of the lumps in the sugar). Add in the tahini, milk, and maple syrup. Whisk to combine until the icing is thick but pourable. If too thin, add more sugar. If too thick, add more milk.

Notes

* Organic canned pumpkin tends to be more watery than regular. If that’s all that is available, strain it to get rid of excess water. To make homemade pumpkin puree, read the “Frequently asked questions” section.
** My favorite vegan cream cheese brands are Tofutti and Kite Hill Foods. 
*** My favorite brands for tahini are Soom Foods and Seed and Mill. The Whole Foods 365 brand is also quite good. 
**** See “Frequently Asked Questions” section for how to store pumpkin bread depending on how you serve it. 

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125 comments on The Best Vegan Pumpkin Bread

  1. mathilda

    Hi! I was wondering if it would be possible to adapt this to be a bundt cake, and if so, how would you recommend doing that? Thanks!

    1. Support @ Rainbow Plant Life

      From Nisha: “Probably, but we haven’t tried it ourselves. An 10-inch bundt pan carries 12 cups, while a 9×5 loaf pan carries 8 cups, so you’d want to scale up the ingredients by 1.5. The bake time should be relatively similar, but consider checking 5-10 minutes early to be sure.”

  2. Betsy

    5 stars
    So I was all excited making my first vegan dessert, poured the batter in the loaf pan look over and there is my can of pumpkin unopened. I said honey how do you feel about spice cake lol! It was still really good. My husband who doesn’t eat vegan food really liked it 🤞🏻I can get him to eat more

    1. Support @ Rainbow Plant Life

      LOL! We hope you have better luck next time, Betsy! It’s a pretty big compliment for you to say the bread was good without the pumpkin. Haha thanks for the review!

  3. Betsy

    5 stars
    So I was all excited making my first vegan dessert, poured the batter in the loaf pan look over and there is my can of pumpkin unopened. I said honey how do you feel about spice cake lol! It was still really good. My husband who doesn’t eat vegan food really liked it 🤞🏻I can get him to eat more

  4. Sara M

    5 stars
    This is really good, and since I already have all of the ingredients, easy. (I keep a container of aquafaba in the freezer, and defrost it whenever I need some.) I made this out of self-defense; eat this instead of leftover Halloween candy! I made the maple tahini glaze and sprinkle toasted walnuts on each serving. Hubby said “This is just for us? You’re not giving any of it away? YUM!”

    1. Support @ Rainbow Plant Life

      Storing aquafaba in the freezer sounds like a great tip, Sara! So happy to hear you two love the pumpkin bread :)

  5. Kim

    5 stars
    I don’t love pumpkin, but give me a slice of pumpkin bread or a pumpkin cookie and I am in heaven. This pumpkin bread from Nisha is beyond amazing! I converted this recipe to be gluten-free by using Cup4Cup ancient grain flour. I’ve made this several times now and it’s been a hit. I did need to add a lot of baking time, about 1.5 hours total (205* with baking thermometer). I’ve never made her frosting. I’ve topped with vegan buttercream frosting and a favorite nut butter…that was my fave. I’ve also added 1/2-1cup if vegan mini chocolate chips. I definitely recommend this recipe!

    1. Support @ Rainbow Plant Life

      Thanks for the thorough review, Kim! Happy to hear you love the pumpkin bread :)

  6. Inez

    I finally made this bread-cake…It is delicious. Mild with no icing. Decadant with tahini icing! Bravo Nisha, Bravo! Thank you. I needed a vegan offering my special guest today, this was perfect. They loved it!

    Inez

  7. Inez

    5 stars
    I finally make this bread-cake… Its deliciouse. Simple, plain and decadant with the tahini icing. Bravo Nisha, Bravo!
    I had special guest today, needed a vegan offering. This was a hit!

    Inez

    1. Support @ Rainbow Plant Life

      Inez, So glad to hear the Pumpkin Bread was a hit!

  8. Micah Woong

    5 stars
    Super good, great recipe, the homemade pumpkin spice blend creates an aromatic, flavorful touch. Wondering if this could be converted to individual muffins. If so, baking time, etc.?

    1. Support @ Rainbow Plant Life

      Hi Micah, we have not tried making these into muffins, but with similar quick breads (like banana bread), here’s what Nisha’s done: fill a standard 12-muffin tin about 3/4 full. Bake at 350°F/176°C for 20-25 minutes (check at 20 minutes). Or bake at 375°F/190°C for 15-22 minutes (check at 13 to 15 minute range). Good luck!

    2. Support @ Rainbow Plant Life

      From Nisha: “I have not tried making these into muffins myself, but with similar quick breads (like banana bread), here’s what I’ve done: fill a standard 12-muffin tin about 3/4 full. Bake at 350°F/176°C for 20-25 minutes (check at 20 minutes). Or bake at 375°F/190°C for 15-22 minutes (check at 13 to 15 minute range).”

  9. Deborah Alterman

    5 stars
    Thanks so much for this recipe. The balance and quantity of the spices were terrific. I used whole wheat flour and grapeseed oil and added 1/2 cup chopped roasted pecans and 1 small shredded zucchini. It came out perfect! Slices freeze well, too.

    1. Support @ Rainbow Plant Life

      Thanks for sharing, Deborah!

  10. Archana

    Best pumpkin bread I have ever made! The flavors of the spices is so good, making the pumpkin spice at home is really worth it!

    1. Support @ Rainbow Plant Life

      Hi Archana, we’re thrilled to hear you enjoyed this recipe! Next time, would you mind leaving a rating alongside your review? Star ratings are big help to readers who are thinking of making the recipe. Thanks!

  11. Collins Anna

    5 stars
    This exceeded my expectations!! I used to always get the Starbucks pumpkin cake and now I’ve found my new replacement! It’s so flavorful and the texture is wonderful!!

    1. Support @ Rainbow Plant Life

      Awesome, Collins. Thanks for your comment and for taking the time to review!

  12. Becky

    5 stars
    I made this and brought it into work. My coworkers loved it! They really liked the tahini dressing. I’m really happy with the loaf I made!

    1. Support @ Rainbow Plant Life

      Thanks for the lovely feedback, Becky!

  13. Eli

    5 stars
    Super good! Fluffy, moist and tender.
    It was my first time baking pumpkin bread today.
    I used whole wheat flour (that’s what I had on hand), mixed in dried cranberries and turned these into muffins. Baked for 30 minutes and these are absolutely amazing. Highly recommend baking this recipe!

    1. Support @ Rainbow Plant Life

      So great to hear your first attempt at pumpkin bread went well, Eli! Thanks for sharing!

  14. Holly Kinahan

    5 stars
    I have been making my grandmothers pumpkin bread for years. It is so delicious and moist. Can i tell you that your version Nisha tastes EXACTLY the same as my family recipe. It is absolute perfection!!

    1. Support @ Rainbow Plant Life

      Glad the recipe is up to your high standards, Holly! Thanks for trying it!

  15. Michaela

    5 stars
    Made this today, seriously cannot decide of which topping then cut to taste & the first might not make it.
    This is divine

    1. Support @ Rainbow Plant Life

      Glad you loved the pumpkin bread, Michaela!

  16. Geri Domenick

    5 stars
    It turned out delicious! Very moist and tastes just fine without any icing. I will definitely be saving the recipe to make again. Thank you for sharing your recipes!

    1. Support @ Rainbow Plant Life

      Geri, So glad to hear you loved this recipe!

  17. Kelly

    5 stars
    I made these the other night and they were delicious. They were soft and moist and had the nice pumpkin taste and spice to them. I made these into muffins instead so that I could share them with my friends and it made 16 muffins. I tried making the tahini icing and ate it with a couple of the muffins but I didn’t care for the tahini aftertaste with the muffins so I decided not to add it to the top of the other muffins. Another good option that I want to try next time would be to add vegan chocolate chips instead of a frosting for these cause I feel like they definitely need a little something more than just the muffin by itself. Regardless I shared it without any icing and everyone still loved them.

    1. Support @ Rainbow Plant Life

      Hi Kelly, we think you’ll love the vegan cream cheese icing recipe provided in this blog post and hope you get a chance to try it out!

  18. Alyssa Wordeman

    5 stars
    LOVE THIS

    1. Support @ Rainbow Plant Life

      So glad to hear it! We do too ;)

  19. Em

    5 stars
    So easy to follow and lovely warming bread – I am not the best baker so ended up with a sunken middle but it still tastes amazing! Couldn’t find the canned pumpkin (I live in the UK and no shops near me stock it) but followed the pumpkin purée FAQ and it worked out pretty well! Will definitely be a repeat autumnal bake from now on.

    1. Support @ Rainbow Plant Life

      Em, So glad to hear you loved this recipe!

  20. Almudena

    5 stars
    Highly recommended! Added walnuts and golden raisins and loved it

    1. Support @ Rainbow Plant Life

      Delicious, Almudena! Thanks for sharing!

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