Baked Pumpkin Goodness
I try to make my sweet treats have good nutritional value most of the time... The rest of the time I just load on the butter, sugar, and flour. These little pumpkin dishes are the perfect after dinner treat (...Or, before dinner in my case just now). Just the smell of them was enough to make me happy, but luckily they tasted just as good. They are packed with vitamin A, Calcium, Iron, Potassium, and Vitamin C... Meaning, they contribute to better eye health, skin, bones, nerve function, red blood cell formation, your immune system! They are made with minimal added sugar, and good quality ingredients.One dish contains: 110 calories, 3g fat, 17g carbohydrate, 4g protein, 3g fiber.
What You Need:
-2 C Pumpkin Puree (No sugar added, JUST pumpkin)
-1/2 Banana (The more brown, the better..)
-6 oz. (3/4 C.) Coconut Milk (Unsweetened)
-1 T Pure Maple Syrup
-1 T Brown Sugar
-1 T Flour
-1/2 T Baking Powder
-1 1/2 T Pumpkin Pie Spice
What You Do:
Preheat oven to 350F. Mash banana. Stir eggs, milk, pumpkin in. Then, stir in the dry ingredients. Grease (5) ramekin dishes with butter (Or, you can use one regular pie dish). Bake for 40 minutes. (Tops should be browned and sides starting to separate from edge of dish.) Let it cool & ENJOY!