Recipe Directions

Put all the ingredients into a high speed blender and blend until smooth.

Put into nice cups and garnish with chopped apple and banana, cacao nibs.

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Gitta's Thoughts

After the pumpkin soup I came up with this pumpkin pudding. It became more delicious than the soup. It doesn't need water, so it tastes more intensive. It is ready in a few minutes, and makes a wonderful, easy, and light winter supper!

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This looks really nice. I bought another pumpkin this week as it was only 90p! Will be trying this pudding at the weekend for sure.

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This tastes wonderful. I've given the recipe to a couple other folks, and they love it too.

I used a small pumpkin - probably a sugar pumpkin, and one Huge Fuji apple instead of two. We ate ithe pudding right out of the vitamix! I cut the pumpkin in small cubes to measure it out, and it blended up fine.

I'm taking this to a potluck this weekend .... and will serve it up with all the toppings. yum!

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I have a blend-tec and I used the Sugar Pie Pumpkins and I still have a hard time getting mine to blend smooth. I tried making the pumpkin bars from Kevin Gianni's blog/site and I had to add a ton of water just to blend. I have no idea what i'm doing wrong or how to get the pumpkin to blend. I did small cubes and it didn't seem to make a difference.

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Oh, those look alot like what I know as butternut squash

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Hi, I am wondering the same thing as Chanie - I have been looking for pumpkin based raw recipes and wasn't sure what to do about the pumpkin part. I'm guessing that we need to get those Sugar Pie Pumpkins and use the actual pumpkin (like a regular squash). Any advice from anyone?

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This looks yuummmy! Do you use fresh pumpkin? I have never bought or used a pumpkin for eating yet, only canned before going raw, any tips?

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