butternut squash pie no sugar
That sounds great Peg I can't wait, still looking for it I will have to ask some friends to bring some over from UK otherwise. Au Revoir. i put it in two different baking dishes because i didn't have one big enough to fit all of it.in a tiny bowl, i took some butter and some cake batter and mushed it up in my hands and sprinkled on top of the smaller baking dish. jean2011 from Canada on September 14, 2011: PegCole17 I have to try this one! Thanks for sharing! Voted up UI. Peg Cole (author) from Northeast of Dallas, Texas on June 11, 2012: Hello Barbarainnc. But your hub has explained everything so well that I actually do feel I could have a go. Me too. Hope you do make this recipe. If you’re looking to make pumpkin pie from scratch, you can use butternut squash. anyway, i left didn't use a quarter of the evaporated milk, because it seemed to watery. Thanks! It’ll even make you whip up two pies instead of one when you are making one for a friend, just so that you can have some too. Haha. I use an oven thermometer to be sure. This must taste a bit like pumpkin pie with the spices used. Peg Cole (author) from Northeast of Dallas, Texas on November 09, 2012: This recipe can also be made with fresh butternut squash by substituting 2 cups of baked squash for the canned or frozen. It has all the seasonal flavors of pumpkin pie complete with a unique cinnamon roll-inspired crust. Not to tin butternut squash is a lost opportunity. Hope you'll let me know if you liked your version of the pie. I'm sure your adaptation will be delicious too. Peg Cole is a self-taught cook who shares favorite recipes and methods of cooking and baking. a spoonful of margarine or butter. I may have to try this sometime. Hi Sally - Neither had I before this recipe. Ready to go into the oven. Hi AlmostLola - Thanks. I know it's good for you and I must say this recipe really intrigues me. I've never had poor results and have used this recipe since the 70s. i used lemon flavored cake mix. My recommended flaky vegan pie crust. I also added 4T of flour instead of the one because i felt i needed it to be thickened as well as a bit of baking powder. Perhaps you could start a new industry or ask your grocer if he can stock it. Add a spoonful of flour and a dash of cinnamon for flavor, and you're almost there. I had no idea until last year that it came in a can. Peg Cole (author) from Northeast of Dallas, Texas on September 03, 2011: Thank you KoffeeKlatch. I'm happy you liked the recipe. When soft and cooled then remove stringy parts and seeds. My answer would always be the same. I only recently found canned squash at the new Target in Murphy. No help there. Even took a couple of years of Audio-Lingual French in HS. Looking at the can of evaporated milk (not sweetened condensed) it doesn't show any added sugar in the ingredients. It comes out best if using a deep dish pie pan. You'll need a nine (9) inch pie dish and a few basic ingredients from the pantry to get started. You’d probably want to as well since most of the pumpkins you find for sale are grown to be jack-o-lanterns and not for flavor. Preheat your oven to 325°F or 160°C. Yes No No Preference. He did. Wow. Have never tried it with fresh milk or any other. Eiddwen from Wales on September 09, 2011: I must try this one out and I'll let you know how i got on. Reserve the bulb for another use. Peg Cole (author) from Northeast of Dallas, Texas on November 03, 2011: Hello Gloshei, Well I've found a nice butternut squash fresh in the produce department. See you at the table. Preheat the oven to 350° Fahrenheit. Never had them in a pie before; but will try it this way. The link takes you to my article on how to bake fresh butternut squash. Anyway thanks for what sounds like a Wonderful Recipe. I haven't heard of this recipe before but I can't wait to try it. Thank you so much. The pie starts out looking rather puffy, but as it cools, it settles down to look more like pumpkin pie. especially with the cake powder/butter mixture on top! Go on b.Malin don't tell him what it is, men can be sneaky as well! Whisk together 1 cup squash puree and remaining3 eggs. sooo yummy. Thanks. The mixture will be watery with loose, floating bits of butter after it is poured into the baking dish. you will need to peel and cut the butternut squash in half, and scoop out the seeds.Then we will be able to roast the squash to soften it up. So if you’re eating canned pumpkin you’re probably eating butternut… Peg Cole (author) from Northeast of Dallas, Texas on May 15, 2016: Hi Margie, The flavor of the butternut squash is much like pumpkin. Once it cools, you can cut the squash or pumpkin in half, and scoop out the seeds and fibers. Hope you have found some of this vegetable by now. For the frozen, I just let the package thaw ovenight in the refrigerator and blend it in the usual way. Would you like any cheese in the recipe? It's easy and good at the holidays too. Cool pie … Yes, it works just as well with frozen.
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