But how to serve it? All I can think of is butter and brown sugar with cinnamon, cause I know my dh and ds will eat it that way. I used 1 cup of the cooked pumpkin for whole wheat pumpkin bread, which came out okay, but not scrumptious.
How do you use cooked pumpkins for dinnertime? (easy please - I'm a begginer)
Just wondering if anyone else has any easy dinner recipies for pumpkin?
check out epicurious' special section on pumpkin recipes:
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