This delicious pumpkin pudding was featured in Superfoods Rx by Dr. Steven Pratt and Kathy Matthews and is a creamy blend of pumpkin and spices. Perfect for a holiday party or any time of year.
Not even the pumpkin lover liked it
by J. Jennie
, East Hartford, CT on Sep. 2009
We did not like this too much. Squashlike and bland. Not even my pumpkin lover wanted seconds...
by J. Jan
, Blytheville, AR on Jul. 2009
I made this with a warm caramel sauce & we put homemade icecream on it too! 5-stars
It's just pumpkin pie filling....
by s. sara
, Bay City, MI on Mar. 2009
This is just pumpkin pie filling without the crust - I thought it would be different but after comparing ingredients really the only difference is less sugar. It tastes great - don't get me wrong - I love pumpkin pie! I was just hoping for something different. I've made "crustless" pies before.
by C. Chris
, Pleasant Prairie, WI on Jan. 2009
I tried this recipe for the first time for an alternative to pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving. It was a hit. I will definitely make it again.
Wow very good!
by M. M.
, SABINAL, TX on Feb. 2008
I made this for the family and they loved it! I used splenda instead of sugar and you can't tell the difference, it is an awsome recipe!
Pumpkin Pudding--Great Taste, Less Filling
by D. Deborah
, GAINESVILLE, FL on Nov. 2007
As a constant dieter, I have looked for desserts that are both good and good for you; this one fills the bill. As the recipe is presented it is only 80 calories per serving. A great way to feed the sweet tooth while maintaining the waistline.
I Love This Recipe!
by M. MELANIE
, SPOKANE, WA on Nov. 2007
This recipe is only 1 Weight Watcher point per serving, but be careful, you'll want several a day. So easy and so good!
Upside down pie
by C. Carol
, Hesperia, CA on Oct. 2007
My family loves Pumpkin pie but NEVER eat the crust (which I love) so I made the pudding but 20 min into it I put the topping for cobbler (apple crumble style)then the other 20 min in the oven. Made a great upside down pie or pumpkin cobbler. What ever my family called it, it didn't last the night. Umm.
Yum Yum Yum
, coatesville, PA on Aug. 2007
This is a great recipe we have been making for a couple of years now. It is a great way to get my toddler to eat pumkin which is so nutritious and filled with vitamin A. Perfect for cool, fall days!
by F. Faith
, LaFayette, NY on Aug. 2007
Fantastic! Tastes just like pumpkin Pie w/o the crust..Great for someone w/ Gluten allergies!
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