Four of our most popular pumpkin recipes made with canned pumpkin puree. These easy single serving pumpkin recipes will surely get you ready for fall.
As much as I enjoy warm weather, I begin to get so excited when fall creeps in. Fall for most folks means crisp air, leaves changing colors, football season, and fall baking! Today, I’m sharing four of our most popular single serving pumpkin recipes made with canned pumpkin puree. These single serving pumpkin recipes will surely get you ready for fall.
Each of the pumpkin recipes are accessible by clicking the link for each recipe and then going to the bottom of the specific recipe’s page.
All the wonderful flavors and ingredients you’ll find in a traditional Pumpkin Pie can be found in this perfectly rich, smooth and custardy Pumpkin Pie Recipe For One!
Small Batch Pumpkin Spice Granola, the perfect amount if you’re cooking for one or two people. Satisfy your pumpkin spice craving with this easy recipe.
Buttery Pumpkin Coffee Cake Recipe with Streusel Topping, this irresistible single serving pumpkin dessert is the perfect size for one person. It’s a quick and easy to make recipe that I know you’ll love! Bursting with pumpkin flavor, this single serving coffee cake will be perfect with your morning coffee or tea!
Creamy No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake Recipe For One – a rich, creamy cheesecake made with a buttery graham cracker crust. Made with a few simple ingredients and canned pumpkin puree. A delightful single serving pumpkin recipe!
What To Do With Leftover Pumpkin Puree?
If you don’t use up the entire can of pumpkin puree, you can easily store the leftovers.
Pumpkin puree keeps well in the refrigerator for up to about a week. Transfer the remaining pumpkin puree to a jar or container, cover, and store in the fridge.
Pumpkin puree can be stored in the freezer too. Freeze in an air-tight container and it will keep for up to 3 months. Personally, I store the remaining pumpkin puree in plastic ice cube trays. When I need to use puree for a recipe, I pop one or two out. Defrost the pumpkin puree in the refrigerator overnight.
As for the leftover evaporated milk from the pumpkin pie recipe above, use it in any recipe where you would ordinarily use milk or cream. Evaporated milk is even nice in coffee or tea. Of course you could always make a few more pumpkin pies, if you’d like.
The sizes of the baking trays and dishes used in the pumpkin recipes are noted in each of the recipe articles. For best results, use dishes of similar size.
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