Thursday, November 12, 2015

DIY: Homemade Pumpkin Puree

I'm currently having lots of fun on vacation,
so today's DIY post is a repost from the past
about Pumpkin Puree from last year.

While it's really easy to go to the store to buy a can of Pumpkin Puree,
it's just as easy to make your own, and to me it just tastes SO much better!

The Goods:
Pumpkins - THAT'S IT!
 I used a regular one and a sugar one.

Cut your pumpkin open, remove seeds/pulp and cut into large pieces.
Roast at 325 for an hour and a half or more - until super tender.
Remove from oven and cool on baking sheets.

Once cool, remove skin and cut into chunks.

Add to food processor and thin with water.

Measure out and package up your puree.
You can use it right away in something yummy 
or freeze and use in the next few months!

And that folks, is it!!
Super easy like I promised.

And since today's post was kinda cheating...
check back again soon for another fun pumpkin related DIY!!!

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