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Homemade Pumpkin Puree

When pumpkin baking season rolls around, most people just pop open a can of pumpkin puree for their favorite recipes. I get it…sometimes convenience is a wonderful thing. But if you’re looking for a healthier and perhaps tastier option, making your own is the way to go. Roasting the pumpkin brings out amazing flavors that you just don’t get from a can. Not to mention you get a bonus snack in the form of super healthy pumpkin seeds to roast. In this video, I’ll show you how easy it is to make your own pumpkin puree so you can say that pumpkin pie is from scratch all the way!

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Homemade Pumpkin Puree
Homemade Pumpkin Puree
Prep Time:
15 minutes
Cook Time:
30 minutes
Total Time:
45 minutes
Ingredients
  • 2 pie or sugar pumpkins
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
  2. With a secure cutting board and sharp knife, carefully remove the top of the pumpkin.
  3. Cut the pumpkin in half.
  4. Using the ice cream scoop, start to scrape the sides of the pumpkin getting out all of the fibrous strands and seeds.
  5. Scoop until you have a nice, clean cavity hollowed out.
  6. Repeat with the other pumpkin halves.
  7. Carefully cut those halves in half so they roast evenly in the oven. (Save seeds if you're going to roast them.)
  8. Place the pumpkin halves on a lined baking sheet.
  9. Bake in the oven for 30 minutes or until fork tender.
  10. With a fork, gently peel back the pumpkin rind making sure to scrape off any pumpkin that may be sticking to it until all of the pumpkin rind has been removed.
  11. Add the pumpkin to a food processor or blender. Pulse the pumpkin until it’s pureed and looks like baby food.
  12. Add the rest of your pumpkin and repeat until smooth.
Nutrition information
Serving Size: 24-40 ounces of puree depending on pumpkin size
http://www.mrskringleskitchen.com/2017/10/19/homemade-pumpkin-puree/


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