I know pumpkin tends to be a flavor typically attributed as being autumnal and/or of the Thanksgiving nature. However, as someone who is passionate for pumpkin and eats it any chance I am able, I believe firmly that surely we can stretch the ingredient as being applicable and apt for baking well into the winter months as well. Pumpkin is homey, comforting, healthy, and its great in both baked goods and savory dishes alike.
With the colder months making it far easier towards packing on a few extra pounds, I thought something desserty, comforting, but healthy and low in calories would be the perfect thing. This pumpkin bread is gluten free, dairy free and without refined sugar.
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I know, with Spring underfoot, you are likely thinking of flavors more along the lines of fruity, light, juicy, and with just the barest hints of sweet. I am too. I am awaiting the summery season with bated breath. However in the meantime, there are still several more chilly winter(ish) weekends remaining and for those, I am a strong advocate for all things pumpkin. One of my favorite ingredients with which to cook. Pumpkin is the bomb. You can make SO many mouthwatering things with this delicious addition. The list is endless, but to name a few: Pumpkin cookies, pumpkin cheesecake, pumpkin pancakes, pumpkin lattes, pumpkin macaroni and cheese, pumpkin bread, pumpkin risotto, etc.
Pumpkin is not only awesome for your health but its homey and delicious. In fact on its own, pumpkin doesn’t have a strong taste, so its easy to stir into loads of different things without being overwhelmed by intense flavor. Pumpkin is a more mild form of deliciousness.
Here is my super duper easy recipe for pumpkin cookies. Its refined sugar-free and lactose-free. Enjoy!
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