It sounds very good, could I use a tablespoon of rice flour? My father-in-law has allergies.
Tasty pumpkin dessert! I forgot to add the flour and mine came out great anyway - nice flavor and texture. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
This pie saved Thanksgiving for me! I'm the one who makes pumpkin pie for the family Thanksgiving, so when I went gluten-free I knew I still needed to make a pie that the pumpkin pie eaters would like. This fit the bill! My niece even praised it for the lack of crust, she just wants the pumpkin filling. I ended up making my own mix of spices and there were issues with the oven not being hot (I put it in the wrong one!), but the two pies I made turned out wonderfully good. The pie also mixes well with cream cheese for a spread for GF bagels and muffins.
This is a wonderful recipe! It tastes great and it's very easy to make. This will be something I make regularly this fall.
It was pretty good but needed more flavor of some sort. Maybe more spices? Not sure. Other than that it was pretty good. Loved having it without the crust!
'During Lent I usually give up desserts so one year I made something like this and served it as a sidedish! But I hadn't thought to add flour and the addition of that makes it more firm. Very good
This was a excellent. I lightened it up further by using 1/2c Splenda and 1/4c sugar, and Fat Free Evaporated milk. Everyone who came for coffee and cake said it was delicious. I will definitely make this one again! A dollop of Cool Whip doesn't hurt either if you can use it.
This is a great recipe, my whole family enjoyed it, I will make this again and again, I was amazed that it held together so well and was easy to slice and get out of the pan without falling apart and it is so easy. Delicious !!!
Very good! Easy to make and baked up perfectly. RIch yet light! Thank you for a way for us gluten free to enjoy pumpkin pie!
This turned out very good. I love that it didn't have a crust for the fact that it is my least favorite part of a pumpkin pie! Came out just perfect. Thank you for your post.