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A Taste of Home recipe that combines pumpkin pie with a streusel topping with ginger - has got to be good. Though I haven't tried it yet this is going on my holiday menu for sure.

Recipe #331060

I received an email today with a few copycat recipes in it. I don't see this one on Zaar...Tip: For the best flavor, use a sugar pumpkin to make a homemade Pumpkin Puree. This variety of pumpkin, also known as 'New England Pie' and 'Sugar Pie,' weighs from five to eight pounds and is known for its sweet, fine-grained flesh. Source: Martha Stewart Per Serving Calories: 235 kcal | Carbohydrates: 37 g | Dietary Fiber: 1 g | Fat: 7g | Protein: 7 g | Sugars: 28 g

Recipe #331011

An old Taste of Life recipe, which looks delicious, low fat and high fibre.

Recipe #330709

This is a recipe I modified from a 1972 Better Homes and Gardens cookbook. I made this for Thanksgiving this year.

Recipe #330384

This is a must have for a New England Thanksgiving meal. I make homemade pastry dough for the crust, but that is a whole other recipe. You will need a 10 inch pie dough and a 10 inch pie pan for this recipe. We think it is perfection.

Recipe #329956

This recipe is from Canadian Living and it is the best pumpkin pie ever; I promise you.

Recipe #329987

This has to be the best pumpkin pie I've ever tried. It comes from Chatelaine Magazine (Canadian). Here is the description from the magazine........."Wanda's pumpkin pie One thing I've learned from years of dishing up Thanksgiving dinner: don't mess with the pumpkin pie! Toronto's pie queen, Wanda Beaver, creates the ultimate classic in her book Wanda's Pie in the Sky: Pies, Cakes, Cookies, Squares, and More (Whitecap). If you want to get fancy, top it off with shards of peanut brittle or crumbled gingersnap cookies."

Recipe #329805

I wish I could recall where this came from but it is so long ago I have forgotten. Whatever, it is a new twist on Pumpkin Pie and I enjoy it because it is not overly sweet and the liqueur and molasses gives it an interesting flavor. Granted, at this time of year, what we don't need is another pumpkin recipe but here goes anyway - enjoy.

Recipe #329747

Our family has been making this pie for about 35 years. I have made this with both canned and fresh pumpkin and they are both excellent in this recipe. If you use fresh..most of the moisture must be cooked off...otherwise you will have a soupy pie. It doesn't take long...I put the punky in a large heavy bottom fry pan, and on a med low heat and stir occasionally.

Recipe #329669

This recipe came about, because pumpkin pie is are sons favorite and he can not have any dairy. I have served it for Thanksgiving get togethers and everyone thought it was regular pumpkin pie.

Recipe #329506

Watch out pumpkin pie! This is a perfect souffle for fall, and can be customized to be either savoury or sweet!

Recipe #329307

This pie lets you indulge, without putting on the pounds! I got this recipe from Woman's Day. Serves 8 slices. Only 219 calories a slice, 8 grams of fat and 5 grams of fiber. It's low in Weight Watcher points!

Recipe #329060

This recipe is similar to others posted here, but it uses less pumpkin in the filling which makes it more custard-like. The praline layer really complements the pumpkin. A holiday favorite! For the crust, I use Recipe #243072.

Recipe #326354

fall time favorite

Recipe #326309

This is an easy one for a quick dessert- good for parties, or when you want a sweet treat at home...but fall isn't chilly enough yet to have that oven going. I LOVE pumpkin pie, but sometimes I just wish it was more...decadent, less hearty. That's where this idea came from. This is a cold it involves no cooking, but does need to set up in the fridge for a few hours.

Recipe #326161

Being a diabetic or being on a diet doesn't mean you can't enjoy this fall favorite.

Recipe #326230

From: Body + Soul. Pure maple syrup, rather than sugar, sweetens this holiday favorite. Canned pumpkin puree is quick and easy to use. Don't substitute fresh pumpkin puree; it will be too watery.

Recipe #325749

The absolute tastiest pumpkin pie! It's been a family favorite since 1993 when my Mom found it in the AARP Magazine. Salt is necessary but I don't use nearly 1/8t. Don't use condensed milk it's awful. I've always successfully used graham cracker crumbs.

Recipe #325662

I lightened up a recipe to make it even more Weight Watchers friendly so that I would feel even less guilty! If you cut this pie into 16 slivers, each sliver is only 1 point! Everybody can afford 1 point! :-)

Recipe #325636

A creamy pumpkin pie that has melted vanilla ice cream in it to give it that extra touch. It'll soon become one of your favorites during the holidays.

Recipe #317247

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