13 Pumpkin Pie Recipes to Try
One of my favorite things about the fall season is that I can indulge in so many delicious pumpkin treats! My family and I are huge fans of pumpkin pie, the boys especially. They are most definitely willing to forego the turkey, mashed potatoes, and even other desserts, if it meant they are allowed to devour a second or third slice of pie. I can’t blame them, I can admit to being guilty of looking forward to this fall staple all year long! I never realized how many different variations of pumpkin pie recipes are out there! Of course you’ve got the classic pumpkin pie recipes, yet there are such delicious spins on this favorite, like easy pumpkin pie brownie bars, pumpkin pie cupcakes, the best pumpkin pie custard, and so many others. I think you will love this list of pumpkin pie recipes just as much as my family and I do!
People seem to have a lot of questions when it comes to whipping up pumpkin pie recipes, so here are some answers to help you while you’re baking up some delicious homemade pumpkin pies in the kitchen this fall.
Why use evaporated milk in pumpkin pie?
Since pumpkin contain 90% water, when baking pumpkin pies from scratch, adding regular milk would alter the texture of the pie, increase the time it takes to bake, and spoil the flavor of the pie. For those reasons, it is best to use evaporated milk when baking a pumpkin pie.
Can I make pumpkin pie the day before?
If you are looking to save on time, you most certainly can make pumpkin pie the day before! Actually, you can actually make your pie crust two or three days in advance. Just make sure to wrap it tightly and stick it in the refrigerator until you are ready to use it. Your pumpkin pie filling can be made one day in advance, as long as you also cover it tightly and refrigerate until you are ready to make your pumpkin pie.
Do I have to refrigerate pumpkin pie?
Pumpkin pie should be refrigerated after baking to make sure that it is safe to eat. With the high protein from the milk and eggs, along with the moisture content, the conditions at room temperature may make bacteria multiply. I feel that it is better to be safe than sorry when it comes to that!
Does pumpkin pie set after baking?
Pumpkin pie filling is kind of like a custard in texture, so it should be removed from the oven while the center still has a little jiggle to it. One you remove it from the oven, it will continue to bake.
Is pumpkin a fruit?
Yes, pumpkin is actually a fruit! Pumpkin is often categorized as a vegetable because it is less sweet than most other fruits, and is generally more savory from a culinary perspective.
This list of pumpkin pie recipes will fill your home with the aroma of fall. Enjoy perusing through these links and pick out the recipes you want to give a try this season!
Pumpkin Pie Recipe from Scratch | Walking on Sunshine
Dairy-Free Soy-Free Pumpkin Pie | Kitchen Gone Rogue
No-Bake Pumpkin Pie Bites | Cook Clean then Repeat
Crockpot Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal Recipe | 123 Homeschool 4 Me
Effortless Mini Pumpkin Pies | Artsy Momma
Flower Shaped Mini Pumpkin Pie | Walking On Sunshine
Easy Pumpkin Pie Brownie Bars | Simply Designing
Pumpkin Pie Snack Bites | Strength and Sunshine
Pumpkin Pie Cupcakes | Cincy Shopper
Mini Pumpkin Pies with a Fondant Pumpkin Topping | 5 Minutes for Mom
The Best Pumpkin Pie Custard | Sizzling Eats
Pumpkin Pie: A Mini Version | Momdot
Perfect Pumpkin Pie | Big Flavors from a Tiny Kitchen
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