- 1 Can you make pie with regular pumpkins?
- 2 How do I substitute canned pumpkin for pumpkin pie filling?
- 3 What kind of canned pumpkin do you use for pie?
- 4 Can I use regular milk instead of evaporated milk in pumpkin pie?
- 5 Can you use a jack o lantern for pumpkin pie?
- 6 Why can’t I find pumpkin pie filling?
- 7 Can you eat raw pumpkin pie filling?
- 8 What is the difference between pumpkin pie filling and canned pumpkin?
- 9 What can I substitute for pumpkin pie filling?
- 10 Can you use pumpkin pie filling instead of pure pumpkin?
- 11 Is Libby’s pumpkin pie mix the same as pumpkin puree?
- 12 Is Libby’s 100 pure pumpkin really pumpkin?
- 13 Why does my pumpkin pie taste gritty?
- 14 Is Libby’s pumpkin gritty?
Can you make pie with regular pumpkins?
You just have to bake a pumpkin. Pie pumpkins are smaller and sweeter than regular old pumpkins which makes them perfect for whipping into a pie. You just need to turn them into pumpkin puree.
How do I substitute canned pumpkin for pumpkin pie filling?
Substitution. When you have a recipe that calls for pumpkin pie filling and you only have pumpkin puree, you can easily use in place of the canned pie filling. Open the can and reserve 2/3 cup of the pumpkin puree for another recipe.
What kind of canned pumpkin do you use for pie?
The brands we tested included Libby’s, Farmer’s Market, 365 Everyday Value, and Trader Joe’s. We used the same recipe to make all four homemade pies. 365 Everyday Value’s pumpkin was the winner because its pie was the sweetest, creamiest, and had a nice but subtle pumpkin flavor.
Can I use regular milk instead of evaporated milk in pumpkin pie?
You can substitute 1 ½ cups of cream or half and half (or a combination of the two) for the evaporated milk. You can also use milk (any kind from whole to skim); when doing so, add 1 tablespoon cornstarch in with the sugar and spices to help the pie set up.
Can you use a jack o lantern for pumpkin pie?
These pumpkins are a different variety than the type we normally use for pie. Pie pumpkins, sometimes called sugar pumpkins, are generally a smaller variety with dense and sweet flesh. They have fewer seeds and tend to be less stringy. That said, you can still eat jack-o’-lantern pumpkins, though.
Why can’t I find pumpkin pie filling?
According to Raghela, farmers experienced a rain delay when it was time to plant pumpkin crops, so harvesting took place later than usual—which means it’s taking longer for this year’s pumpkin goods to make it to store shelves. Otherwise, it has been “a very normal year and the supply is absolutely normal.”
Can you eat raw pumpkin pie filling?
To the first part of this question, yes, you can eat raw pumpkin. However, it’s not particularly tasty in its raw form. That said, canned pumpkin – just like homemade puree – is edible.
What is the difference between pumpkin pie filling and canned pumpkin?
Canned pumpkin is just that and nothing more: cooked, pureed pumpkin. There are no added sugars or spices. Pumpkin pie filling is pumpkin flavored with spices like cinnamon, clove, allspice, and ginger, and is also pre-sweetened.
What can I substitute for pumpkin pie filling?
3 Substitutes for Canned Pumpkin Purée
- Frozen Butternut Squash. You can substitute almost any roasted and puréed squash for canned pumpkin.
- Sweet Potatoes. Whether you keep the raw tubers or canned cubes on hand, sweet potatoes are one of the best alternatives to canned pumpkin you can keep stocked.
- Roasted Acorn Squash.
Can you use pumpkin pie filling instead of pure pumpkin?
If you erred in the opposite direction—you bought pumpkin pie filling instead of plain pumpkin puree—you may want to return to the store for an exchange. Pumpkin pie filling shouldn’t be used in place of pumpkin puree since the finished dish will be too sweet.
Is Libby’s pumpkin pie mix the same as pumpkin puree?
For just about any other recipe, it’s probably pumpkin puree you’re after. Pumpkin puree, like the ever popular Libby’s brand, is pure canned pumpkin. For pie, you’ll need to season it with pumpkin pie spices and sugar, but you’ll be able to decide how sweet your pie is — something you don’t get to do with pie filling.
Is Libby’s 100 pure pumpkin really pumpkin?
Libby’s 100% Pure Pumpkin is made with only one ingredient⏤pumpkin. There are no fillers or preservatives.
Why does my pumpkin pie taste gritty?
The egg proteins in pumpkin pie filling form a loose net that traps moisture. As the egg proteins are heated, they begin to contract. Cook them hot enough, and they’ll contract so much that they separate from each other into curds, giving your pie filling that grainy, wet texture.
Is Libby’s pumpkin gritty?
I buy cans of Libby’s 100% Pure Pumpkin every year to make muffins and bread. This is the first year that I had to throw away my muffins because no one would eat them. I opened other cans of Libby’s and they were all the same. The puree is so gritty that it feels like I’m eating sand.