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    • Johanna Hoffman

      pumpkin bread in a bowl || healthy breakfast by Chocolate Covered Katie

    • Melissa Craven

      Pumpkin breakfast bowl -- EASY! She calls it "pumpkin bread" in a bowl, but the consistency reminds me of an English pudding. YUM!

    • Jessica Silva

      Pumpkin Bread in a Bowl - I'd say it tastes more like pumpkin pie. It's delish! I'll definitely make this to take to work for breakfast. Could easily put in a tupperware and eat at the office.

    • Everardo Morissette

      Healthy#better health naturally #health food #health guide| http://thebesthealthguides844.blogspot.com

    • Erin Fischer

      Healthy Pumpkin breakfast bowl

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