I modified my mother-in-law’s beloved cornbread recipe to create this. The pumpkin gives the gluten free-flours a moisture and spring, and the lemon juice and spices lifts the mix. My first go was a triumph, and I have not changed anything since. I like to serve this bread right out of the oven, and put almond butter or regular butter on it. This is when the texture is moist and springy, and most resembles regular wheat bread. For those gluten free desperates who will seize any opportunity to taste something resembling moist light bread – this is your moment! This cornbread is a fantastic snack; wonderful with a hearty soup; as a side accompaniment to a zesty salad; or as a sweet treat with a cup of herbal tea. It will keep for a few days in the fridge, but will get firmer and a little more dense like all gluten-free breads.