By Sarah EhrlichEngadget, October 3, 2018 The pumpkin patch is a time to enjoy the season’s bounty and indulge in the summertime delight that is pumpkin pie.
There are plenty of great pumpkin pies to be had, and this year’s pumpkin patch has some exciting pumpkin flavors to choose from.
It’s easy to go with pumpkin pie on Thanksgiving, so we’ve compiled a list of the best pumpkin pie recipes and pies to go around the family.
The pumpkin pie you’re looking for is usually a blend of two types of pies, which are typically sweet and savory.
There are a number of different types of pumpkin pie that are popular in the U.S., and these are just a few of the favorites.
These pumpkin pie pies can be sweetened with cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, or whatever you’d like.
The following pumpkin pie recipe is a great way to get the sweet flavor of pumpkin and also have a savory treat in your pie.
It’s a recipe for a pumpkin pie filled with dried cranberries, chopped walnuts, and roasted garlic.
Ingredients1 cup pumpkin pie crust (we recommend homemade crust)1 cup dried cranberry juice (about 3/4 cup)1/4 tsp cinnamon2/3 cup unsalted butter1 cup fresh walnuts1/2 cup shredded coconut (or pumpkin)1 tbsp pumpkin pie spice (optional)Directions1.
Preheat oven to 350 degreesF2.
Combine pumpkin pie pie crust and cranberry mixture in a medium bowl.3.
Place pumpkin pie filling on top of crust and mix with hand.4.
Bake for 30 minutes or until pumpkin pie is golden brown and crust is firm.5.
Cool on a wire rack in the fridge.
The following recipe is also a great pumpkin pie, and it’s not difficult to make either.
1 cup canned pumpkin1 cup chopped walnut 1 cup dried coconut (1/8 cup)3/4 tbsp pumpkin spice (if you use this spice blend, be sure to store it in the refrigerator)1 tsp cinnamon1/3 tsp nutmeg1/1 tsp vanilla extract1/5 tsp salt1/10 tsp baking sodaDirectionsMix pumpkin and walnuts in a food processor or blender until they’re finely ground.
Add coconut and blend for another 5-10 seconds until the coconut is smooth and combined.
Add pumpkin pie spices, cinnamon, and nutmeg.
Add salt and baking soda.
Serve with a maple glaze.
The pie is best consumed within 30 minutes of eating, so this recipe will be great for making as soon as you get home from work or school.
If you’re new to the pumpkin pie world, you should check out our previous pumpkin pie posts, where we took a look at some of the popular pumpkin pie flavors.
If you want to get a taste for some of these classic pumpkin pie creations, then head over to the Foodie’s Kitchen to get your hands on a few pumpkin pie ideas.
If your family is interested in making their own pumpkin pie and want to learn more about how to make one, then check out this guide from Foodie.
It contains all the steps you’ll need to make a pumpkin and cranberries pie.
You’ll also find instructions for making this recipe with frozen and canned pumpkin.