"How To Prepare Mouth Watering Pumpkin Pies That Will Leave Everyone Asking For More!"
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Name: Rosanna Chandler
Think of the word pumpkin and images of jack-o-lanterns and whipped cream covered Thanksgiving pies will probably pop into your mind. Pumpkin is traditionally considered a holiday food and is a staple in our kitchen pantries and freezers during that festive time of the year.
However, did you know that pumpkin now heralded as one of the ‘Super Foods?’
According to Dr. Steven Pratt, author of SuperFoods Rx: Fourteen Foods That Will Change Your Life, “Well, pumpkin is one of the most nutritionally valuable foods known to man. Moreover, it’s inexpensive, available year round in canned form, incredibly easy to incorporate into recipes, high in fiber, low in calories, and packs an abundance of disease fighting nutrients.”
What exactly makes pumpkin so super? The powerful antioxidants known as carotenoids give this food its super status. Carotenoids have the ability to ward off the risk of various types of cancer and heart disease, along with, cataracts and macular degeneration.
Dr. Pratt mentions many other disease fighting super foods in his book as well, but we are most interested in pumpkin because of the year-round availability and ease of use in canned form.
And on the other hand pumpkin seeds offer many potential health benefits! According to many people, In addition to tasting great, they may also be used to help treat parasitic infections, depression, enlarged prostate, and urinary tract problems.
Please note: None of these benefits have been scientifically tested or proven. It's just that the nutritional aspects of pumpkin seeds have been analyzed and have been determined to be beneficial.
Pumpkin seeds are high in vitamin A, protein, essential fatty acids, amino acids, calcium, iron, and fiber. It's easy to make this nutritious snack.
How can we add this wonder food to our diets through out the year?
Pumpkin Pies And More
Enjoy The Flavor Of The Holidays With A Delicious Homemade Pumpkin Pie, Cake, Dessert, Or Even A Lucious Pumpkin Cheesecake!
If There's One Dessert That Is A "Must Have" At Any Holiday Meal It's Pumpkin Pie!
The Rich Flavor Of The Sweet Pumpkin And That Special Blend Of Spices Just Fill Your Mind With Thoughts Of The Holidays.
This Year Put A New Twist On Everyone's Favorite Holiday Dessert!
Here are just some of the mouthwatering recipes included in The Pumpkin Pies and More Recipes Cookbook:
Pumpkin Pie Pumpkin Pie Bars Pumpkin Pie Cake Pumpkin Cheesecake Pie With Gingersnap Cookie Crust Traditional Pumpkin Pie Paradise Pumpkin Pie Maple Golden Pumpkin Pie Pumpkin Chiffon Pie Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie Pecan Pumpkin Party Pie Pumpkin Crunch Cream Pie Best Ever Pumpkin Pie Pumpkin Pie Cookies Double Layer Pumpkin Pie Apple & Pumpkin Pie Honey Pumpkin Pie Pumpkin Gingersnap Pie Praline Pumpkin Pie Spicy Pumpkin Pie Squares Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake Frost On The Pumpkin Pie Pumpkin Pie Upside Down Cake Pumpkin Pie Delight Apple Butter Pumpkin Pie Pumpkin Pie With Spiced Crust
And So Much More!
From Traditional Pumpkin Pies To An Incredible Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake This Holiday Cookbook Has It All. This Year End Your Holiday Meals With A Mouthwateringly Delicious Pumpkin Pie, Cake, Or Dessert That Will Have Your Guests Begging For More!
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With all the delicious recipes that are included in Pumpkin Pies And More, the price tag for an ebook like this could be quiet costly. But I wanted it to be available to everyone at a reasonable price. Thats why I'm offering it to you at the exclusive low price of $4.95
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P.S. With this complete pumpkin recipes ebook you will have all the delicious home made pumpkin pie recipes you can ever want. So spoil your family, friends and loved one with these amazing recipes which you can prepare right from the comfort of your home kitchen!
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The best pumpkins for pie are heirloom culinary varieties with dense, sweet flesh that's not watery or stringy. Some of the best pumpkin for making pumpkin pie include Fairytale Pumpkins, Jarrahdale Pumpkins, Dickinson Pumpkins, Long Pie Pumpkins, and Red Kuri Squash.
Why does pumpkin pie use evaporated milk?
Both evaporated milk and sweetened condensed milk serve as thickeners. When you bake the pumpkin pie, the heat from the oven extracts the juices from the filling, which can make your pie a runny mess. It's the job of the thickener to stop that from happening, so you can enjoy a mess-free (for the most part) dessert.
Should you Prebake pie crust for pumpkin pie?
A soggy crust is the curse of many a good pie, particularly custard-based ones like our dear pumpkin. To help avoid this, partially bake the crust before adding the filling (i.e., “blind bake” the crust). If you've never done this before, don't worry — it's easy.