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Old 09-28-2012, 10:39 AM   #1
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pumpkin recipes

Hi! Again,
Does anyone have any pumpkin recipes???? I would like to start making some since Thanksgiving is next wkend. Fall is in the air too. I can start to practice on company


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I just made some yummy pumpkin doughnuts that I found the recipe for on Pinterest a week or so back. They were REALLY good, especially since they are supposed to be served warm. The recipe calls for them to be rolled in cinnamon and sugar afterwards (which was super tasty!) but you could also roll them in powdered sugar, I think! Plus, they are baked, not fried!

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WOW that looks great! Now I need to get a pan for them!!! Good thread
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2 ingredient pumpkin cake - I found the recipe on pinterest. Mix 1 box of yellow cake mix (any brand, I used Kroger brand because it's dairy free) with 1 can of pumpkin. Pour into a greased 11X7 pyrex baking dish, bake at 350 for about 20 minutes, or until a toothpick comes clean.

While it cools, mix 1 1/2 cup powdered sugar with 3 tbs apple cider and 3/4 tsp pumpkin pie spice. Drizzle over the still warm cake, slice the cake and serve. I used a bit less sugar, and saved some of the icing to top the cake slice with. My three boys ate the entire pan in 24 hours. The oldest declared it "lick the plate clean good!"

I have a pumpkin cookie recipe too - mix the pumpkin with a box of spice cake mix, drop spoonfuls and bake at 350 until the cookies are just set (don't overbake). After the cookies have cooled, you can frost them with cream cheese frosting and sprinkle a little nutmeg & cinnamon on the top.
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Yum! I love pumpkin sweets. Those donuts look
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Nothing original about my favorite pumpkin recipe, but here goes anyway.

I dislike how soggy the piecrust gets from pumpkin filling so grease a 9"x5" loaf pan and bake only the filling made from scratch as if for a pie.

I guess you could call that pumpkin pudding maybe?

I do have a very tasty pumpkin quick bread recipe I can post if you'd like.
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Sorry, I had company and I had problems responding.

I never thought about just putting the pie filling into the pan. Yum. I don't like the crust much either and it is too much fat. So I am going to try that. Thankyou for the suggestion

Thankyou everyone. Love love pumpkin and it is so good for you.
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Nothing original about my favorite pumpkin recipe, but here goes anyway.

I dislike how soggy the piecrust gets from pumpkin filling so grease a 9"x5" loaf pan and bake only the filling made from scratch as if for a pie.

I guess you could call that pumpkin pudding maybe?

I do have a very tasty pumpkin quick bread recipe I can post if you'd like.
We call it pumpkin custard. To keep crust from getting soggy, I always bake it to golden brown first, and the add the filling and bake again. Pumpkin custard is just as good as far as I'm concerned, though.
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I do have a very tasty pumpkin quick bread recipe I can post if you'd like.
It would be awesome if you could post that. It sounds yummy!!
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I just made some yummy pumpkin doughnuts that I found the recipe for on Pinterest a week or so back. They were REALLY good, especially since they are supposed to be served warm. The recipe calls for them to be rolled in cinnamon and sugar afterwards (which was super tasty!) but you could also roll them in powdered sugar, I think! Plus, they are baked, not fried!

Pumpkin Doughnuts: BAKED to perfection | King Arthur Flour

Oh my goodness, those look good! I usually do a happy dance when Dunkin' puts out their pumpkin donuts. If I could make them all year...it may be bad news!

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Nothing original about my favorite pumpkin recipe, but here goes anyway.

I dislike how soggy the piecrust gets from pumpkin filling so grease a 9"x5" loaf pan and bake only the filling made from scratch as if for a pie.
Have you ever tried making the pie with a graham cracker crust? They usually don't get as soggy. I make a pumpkin cheesecake with a graham crust and I liked it so much better, that's how I make my pies now too.
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I would like the pumpkin bread recipe too please
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I found a recipe for pumpkin bread with pumpkin buttercream frosting on pinterest. I have not made this recipe yet, but it is on my list to try.

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We just had this for breakfast this week - I make it with both the chocolate chips and walnuts added to it. Since it makes 2 loaves, I usually freeze one. Also, the notes in the recipe don't tell you how long to leave the loaf in the pan when you take it out of the oven. I cool them 10 minutes on a cooling rack, then flip them out of the pan and put them back on the rack to cool completely.

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This is a good recipe for pumpkin cupcakes - I don't like maple that much, so I leave that flavoring out of the icing recipe. I like it because it only makes a dozen cupcakes (just me and DH so it keeps me from eating too many!).

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2 ingredient pumpkin cake - I found the recipe on pinterest. Mix 1 box of yellow cake mix (any brand, I used Kroger brand because it's dairy free) with 1 can of pumpkin. Pour into a greased 11X7 pyrex baking dish, bake at 350 for about 20 minutes, or until a toothpick comes clean.

While it cools, mix 1 1/2 cup powdered sugar with 3 tbs apple cider and 3/4 tsp pumpkin pie spice. Drizzle over the still warm cake, slice the cake and serve. I used a bit less sugar, and saved some of the icing to top the cake slice with. My three boys ate the entire pan in 24 hours. The oldest declared it "lick the plate clean good!"

I have a pumpkin cookie recipe too - mix the pumpkin with a box of spice cake mix, drop spoonfuls and bake at 350 until the cookies are just set (don't overbake). After the cookies have cooled, you can frost them with cream cheese frosting and sprinkle a little nutmeg & cinnamon on the top.
I use the spice cake version to make pumpkin muffins. OMG! They are SOOOOOO good!!! They taste like pumpkin pie! And they are reasonably healthy!
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A co-worker makes brownies with pumpkin - just a box of low-fat brownie mix and a 15 oz. can of pumpkin. Follow the cooking directions on the back. They're delish!!
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