Thursday, October 20, 2011

New England Pumpkin Pie Recipe & Some Cute Pumpkins












I love this pumpkin pie recipe, honestly I was never a fan of pumpkin pie until I found this recipe and made it for some friends a few years ago, now I'm hooked.  I especially like it with home made whipped cream . . . can you say yum!  

I also use a graham cracker crumb crust!!!  Happy Cooking!


New England Pumpkin Pie

Ingredients

1 can ONE-PIE Pumpkin

1 tbsp. Cornstarch
1/2 tsp. Cinnamon
1/2 tsp. Ginger
1/2 tsp. Nutmeg
1/2 tsp. Salt (scant)
1 1/2 tbsp. Butter (melted)
1 1/2 cups Milk or 1-12 oz. can Evaporated Milk
1 cup Sugar
1/8 cup Molasses
2 Eggs (beaten)

Directions


Sift Sugar, Cornstarch, Salt, Cinnamon, Ginger, & Nutmeg together. Mix this with contents of one can ONE-PIE Pumpkin. Add Eggs, beaten, Melted Butter, Molasses, & Milk. Add a dash of Lemon Juice (if desired). Line a 9-inch pie plate, pour in contents. Preheat oven & bake at 450 for 15 minutes. Then reduce temp. to 350 & continue to bake for 50 minutes.

38 comments:

  1. Those are so cute. I love their happy faces. You should stencil your dining room just the way you want, sounds great.

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  2. The list of spices alone makes me lick my lips - this surely sounds good!

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  3. The secret to a great pumpkin pie is ALL in the spices!

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  4. Good morning.
    Here in Greece I can not find canned pumpkin. How many grams of fresh pumpkin do I need?
    Thank you!

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  5. fabulous pumpkin photography... we're off to our local supplier today to get 100 pumpkins for displaying at the big house.... can't wait!

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  6. Hello Mary:
    This is such a cheery and warming post and we love all the images you have chosen to go with the receipt which sounds, although well beyond us, delicious. We are sure that you will enjoy the fruits of your labours!!

    Jó hétvégét!

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  7. oh yum...i am totally craving a proper pumpkin pie!! i need to find me some tinned pumpkin! I usually have to roast a butternut squash and mash that up...siiigh

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  8. Hi Miss Country Breezes,

    I love the pun'kins, there must be hundreds. What a fun place...

    Yummy, pumpkin pie, it's my favorite. (o:

    Heaps of Hugs
    Prudence

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  9. This pie recipe sounds marvelous, I'm going to copy and try it! Thanks! The pumpkin patch pictures just make you happy looking at them...all that orange is so warm!

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  10. I love pumpkin pie but the rest of the family do not. It sounds so yummy.
    cathy

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  11. This looks yummy! I love pumpkin pie and can't wait for the first one of the season!

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  12. I love pumpkin pie so if this is even better than a basic pumpkin pie it must be delicious!

    Pumpkin displays make me smile.

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  13. Im 61 and never made a pie-vowed never to........but this one has me thinking..........!! Sounds delicious!! Hi neighbor-well just down the road apiece as we say in Maine!!

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  14. cute pictures, mary...it did make me smile.....

    sending love,
    kary and teddy
    xx

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  15. Cute, cute pumpkin pics... love it!! Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful weekend! ~ Jutta

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  16. Pumpkin Pie is one of my favorite pies not only to indulge in but make. My recipe is very similar to yours, however mine calls for a pinch of black pepper. I agree, fresh spices are a must. Have a great weekend, Julie.

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  17. Beautiful ideas for displaying pumpkins, very inspirational! The pie recipe sounds delicious. Elaine

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  18. I love pumpkin pie; love the idea of adding molasses. Great photos.
    Rita

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  19. I love pumpkin pie; love the idea of adding molasses. Great photos.
    Rita

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  20. I could look at pumpkins all day long. Love your photos of our NE beauties. I will have to give this recipe a try. Sounds delicious. Have fun in Maine this weekend!!

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  21. Molasses? Sounds great to me! And I love the idea of a graham cracker crust too; mot something you see very often.

    Such fun to see how people decorate for Halloween!

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  22. Thank you for visiting my new blog. Last week I gave a few dozen eggs to one of my neighbors. In return, she brought us some pumpkin cookies and a pumpkin pie. I thought that was awesome of her to do. Anybody else need some farm fresh eggs????

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  23. Hi there, and thank you so much for visiting me at my blog, and signing on as a follower!... Your blog is beautiful, I love your pumpkin patch!... and I love seeing those yummy looking pickles you made on your sidebar! I am going to take my time and browse through your older posts... also signing on as your new follower!... xoxo Julie Marie

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  24. Love all the pumpkins! So festive. I was never a fan of pumpkin either and now I just just it! Pie sounds so good.

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  25. What a magic atmosphere!
    Have a nice Sunday

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  26. Beautiful photos. I can't wait for Halloween!

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  27. I can't quite figure out why, but pumpkins make the best photographic subjects! Great photos, and I can always use another pumpkin pie idea, I like the graham cracker crust, too.

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  28. I am so glad to be able to help you remember your dear Mum with the idea of planting a special bush/plant to remember her by. I remember each one we plant and think of that special person who is no longer with us, take care and I am very sorry for the passing of your mum xxxx look after yourself

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  29. Oh, yummy... I love pumpkin, pie.scones.muffins.bread.cookies...

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  30. Very pretty pumpkins and I see some neat gourds in there, too! The pie sounds good...wish I could eat sugar! lol ♥

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  31. Loved the pumpkins --they made me smile! Mmmmmmm..this sounds like a truly delicious pumpkin pie! I have to admit I could eat pumpkin pie everyday and never tire of it. It is my favorite pie!

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  32. Hey Mary! !hat a pie! I love seeing those cans of 'One Pie' pumpkin and squash appearing on the grocery shelves at this time of year! My friend is a ciliac , so I make him a pie like this with gluten-free gingersnaps crushed up like graham crackers and made into a crust! It's really good ... we like homemade whipped cream too!

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  33. Mary, Thank you for stopping by today. I am so glad you did and am glad you were blessed. I am now your newest follower. We like a lot of the same things! I have such a busy week going but hope to get some more tea treasures up Thursday.
    Betty

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  34. Yum! That pie sounds delicious! I know it's good because of all the spices. Cute pumpkins too!

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  35. all these pumpkins look amazing!! love your pictures! gloria

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  36. Love all of the pumpkin pictures Mary. New England in the fall is so lovely. I've never tried a graham cracker crust for pumpkin pie. What a great idea.
    Sam

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  37. I love these photos, so autumnal! I'm not a huge fan of pumpkin either but this sounds yummy! I have family in the USA and this makes me miss them. Thanks so much for popping over to my blog.

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