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Old 09-04-2009, 05:56 PM   #1  
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I LOVE pumpkin baked goods - pumpkin loaf, muffins, you name it. Does anyone have any great low-fat/calorie pumpkin recipes you'd like to share?
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Mmmm..Love pumpkin pancakes...yep, loaded with carbs but you could use whole wheat flour to make them more doable.

Mmmm..Fall..my fave time of the whole year!
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http://recipes.prevention.com/Recipe...ker-crust.aspx

In the current issue of Prevention there's an individual pumpkin pie recipe with the crust made from graham crackers, wheat germ and ground flax. I lent my copy to a friend but it might be worth tracking down. They were individual pies made in muffin tins.
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I cook it into my oatmeal, with pie spices, in the winter, a lot.
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YUM Julie.
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mmmmmm. Julie, that sounds wonderful. I may just have to do that myself.
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That sure sounds great...I will be adding some pumpkin and spices when I cook my next batch of oatmeal!
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Last fall and winter, I stirred pumpkin, real maple syrup, and cinnamon into yogurt cheese. About a half cup of that topped with 1/4 cup of granola makes a nice autumn breakfast.
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yum - the oatmeal sounds fantastic! Can't wait to try that.

I'm going to make some pumpkin pancakes tomorrow, sounds fantastic!
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