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Give em’ Pumpkin to Talk About!

What better way to celebrate the crisp, fall weather, than with a hot cup of our Pumpkin Spice Pu’er Tea. Infused with Cinnamon, Ginger, Cloves, Cardamom, Pumpkin Spice, and Vanilla Flavors, this delightful cup of tea feels like a warm bear hug. Drink fireside indoors or out, and pair it with some fresh pumpkin pie and vanilla ice cream for a delicious fall delight. Top with steamed milk and brown sugar to create that perfect pumpkin LatTEA.

Always wanted to learn how to make pumpkin puree from scratch?

First, you will need a medium or small sugar pumpkin. Going to local farmers markets are best. You will want to cut the pumpkin in half down the middle with a large, steady knife. Usually cutting them first on one side of the stem and then the other is best. It’s important to not cut through the stem.

Once cut, split the two ends apart, which, if it is cut thoroughly, should do easily. Then you want to scoop out the pumpkin seeds and those pesky, stringy pumpkin innards.

Next, you can add a little salt to the insides and place face down onto a lined baking sheet and roast at 400 degrees for about 35-40 minutes, or until the flesh part of the pumpkin is coming away from the skin.

Scoop the softened flesh into a food processor and blend until smooth!

Tip: Please note that homemade pumpkin puree is thinner and more watery than store-bought canned pumpkin puree. If you use it as is, the higher water content can affect baked goods, particularly any custard based baked goods, such as pumpkin pie. To thicken it to your desired consistency, strain the pumpkin puree in a sieve lined with cheesecloth over a bowl. Discard any liquid.

Not only is this recipe great for homemade pumpkin pie, but it can be used for many yummy pumpkin infused dishes such as: pumpkin pancakes, smoothies, mac and cheese, pumpkin butter, and even pumpkin hummus to name just a few!


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