Homemade and healthy pumpkin pie pudding

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It’s PUMPKIN SEASON!

(That is meant to be read in an Oprah voice. Check out this video montage if you have no idea what I mean so you can get the full effect of my excitement for this season.)

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Now pumpkin shouldn’t just be relegated to jack-o’-lantern making, seasonal lattes and craft beers, and pie. Because this veggie is not only delicious, but super-duper nutritious as well — it’s loaded with vitamins A, C, and E as well as antioxidants lutein, xanthin, and carotenes.

Get more pumpkin goodness with this homemade and healthy pumpkin pie pudding!

This recipe is a breeze to whip up and sooooo delicious! It’s also free of refined sugar, dairy (optional), and gluten. Plus the quinoa and almonds give it a protein punch to help balance out the natural sugars from the pumpkin and raw honey, and keep you satisfied long past dessert or snack-time.

Ingredients*

*Makes about 1.5 cups of pudding, about 2 servings

Directions

Add all ingredients into a blender or food processor. Blend until consistent. Plate and garnish with a cinnamon sprinkle and some crushed almonds… or eat it straight from the bender standing up in the kitchen because it is just that good.

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