Saturday, November 6, 2010

Pumpkin Smoothie

A festive Pumpkinpalooza! smoothie/eggnog type drink to enjoy anytime.

Pumpkin Smoothie

Blend the first 3 ingredients together in a blender or Vitamix.
2 cups cooked pumpkin or winter squash
1/2 cup evap cane juice
2 free range eggs

Add the following organic spices to taste:
cinnamon
nutmeg
clove

Add raw milk to make 6-8 cups.  Blend quickly to cream together.

Chill and enjoy!

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3 comments:

  1. Sounds a lot like Pumpkin eggnog! I love all the possibilities of Pumpkin!

    I didn't get any pumpkins this year, but have big plans for next year! I plan on focusing on big crops next year. Cabbage, beans, peas, potatoes, sweet potatoes, winter squash, pumpkins!

    But! I saw on Craig's list someone offering FREE hay and pumpkins!!! So, hopefully Monday we will be picking up 2 bales of hay (hey, I'll ALWAYS take organic matter!), and hopefully quite a few pumpkins!

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  2. Great! Sounds like a plan. I haven't tried this but I'm sure you could prepare the pumpkins all at once and freeze it to use later. That would certainly speed up the prep time when you want to whip up something quick. I did find store bought, canned organic pure pumpkin puree that you could use, too.

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  3. Oh, and a heads up on the organic matter. The township sends a truck around to suck up all the leaves that folks have raked or blown to the side of the road. They are shredded in the process. They're always looking for a place to dump them so I'm hoping to have them dump several loads here for composting. I used a lot that had been sitting for a couple years in making my lasagne beds this year. Might be worth looking into. The piles I used were like dirt!

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