Pumpkin pie meets s’mores in this adventurous rendition of a classic recipe. Graham cracker crust, a layer of chocolate, classic pumpkin filling, and toasted homemade marshmallow topping.
Hi and welcome to day 3 of #PumpkinWeek hosted by Terri from Love and Confections. We are celebrating our love of the season with a whole week of pumpkin goodies, leading up to National Pumpkin Day. 17 Food Bloggers have come together to share over 65 recipes with you. In addition to homemade pumpkin puree, pie, and cookies, we are also sharing savory pumpkin dishes like hummus, chili and pumpkin corn chowder. Come back every day for #PumpkinWeek recipes. You can also find these great recipes and more on Love and Confections’ #PumpkinWeek Pinterest Board!
Check out all the #PumpkinWeek Bloggers and their recipes:
- Pumpkin Pie Cream Cheese Truffles by Love and Confections
- Pumpkin-Vanilla Bean Madeleines by Culinary Adventures with Camilla
- White Chocolate Drizzled Pumpkin Scones by That Skinny Chick Can Bake
- S’mores Pumpkin Pie by The Spiffy Cookie
- Homemade Pumpkin Puree by Happy Food Healthy Life
- Pumpkin Mole by Curious Cuisiniere
- Drunken Pumpkin Seeds by Life Tastes Good
- Pumpkin Roll by A Day in the Life on the Farm
- Pumpkin Lasagna by My Catholic Kitchen
- Cinnamon Pumpkin Bread by Making Miracles
- Pumpkin Quinoa Oatmeal Bake by The Pajama Chef
- Pumpkin Chocolate Swirl Pancakes by Dizzy Busy and Hungry
When it comes to Thanksgiving recipes such as pumpkin pie, there’s a reason why the classic recipes are classics – because they are just good. However I cannot resist the chance to try new things, especially when I can use the same recipe as the base. Last year I took a baby step by adding a brown sugar walnut topping to one pumpkin pie and the made a second without. Despite everyone’s protests, the pie with the crumble topping disappeared first.
Taking that experience into mind I jumped off the deep end with this new pumpkin pie rendition. Pumpkin pie meets s’mores. A graham cracker crust with a layer of chocolate sits beneath a classic pumpkin pie filling, which is blanketed by a thick layer of homemade marshmallow topping. Don’t have a kitchen torch to toast the marshmallow? Throw it under the broiler but keep a close eye on it. Or do what I did and use a real, full-sized blow torch O:-).
Apple crumble pie is the best of both worlds with a flaky crust and crumbly topping. This pie also has some maple syrup in the mix for added fall flavor.
The last day of September is upon us, seriously where did the month go? While I have finally succumbed to fall baking starting with apples the last two weeks it’s already time to start diving into pumpkin and Halloween candy with October. But first the apples. It has come to my attention that I have a decent supply of apple pie recipes. Regular double-crust apple pie, caramel apple, apple pecan, apple blackberry, and even an apple crumble. However, evidently I have not reached the quota and have yet another apple pie recipe for you and it may be my new favorite. It combines the classic deliciousness of a traditional pie crust with the excellence of a nutty crumble topping and some maple syrup for good measure. The sugar content of the filling may be slightly decreased but don’t worry the sugar in the crumbly topping compensates.
One year ago: Sloppy Joses with Avocado Cream
Welcome to Ice Cream Week 2014! This year the event is hosted by Kim of Cravings of a Lunatic and Susan of The Girl in the Little Red Kitchen. We have teamed up with 25 amazing bloggers to bring you ice cream treats all week long. I hope you have as much fun as we did. Break out those stretchy pants and celebrate Ice Cream Week with us.
Our sponsors for the event have provided us with some great prizes. A huge thanks to Cake Boss, Anolon, Microplane, WÜSTHOF, Page Street Publishing and Quarry Spoon. Kim of Cravings of a Lunatic and Susan of The Girl in the Little Red Kitchen have tossed in a bonus prize of a Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker because they think everyone should own one!
Here’s what is up for grabs, One Winner Takes All:
One Copy of the Cookbook Making Artisan Gelato by Torrance Kopfer
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One Copy of the Cookbook The Great Vegan Bean Book by Kathy Hester
One Copy of the Cookbook Eat More Dessert by Jenny Kellar
One Copy of the Cookbook The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz
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The kick off of Ice Cream Week just so happens to land on National Ice Cream Pie Day and obviously I took the opportunity to make an ice cream pie. A salted caramel ice cream pie complete with a pretzel crust.
I know that dulce de leche technically is not caramel but it does have a caramelized flavor. I have recently become obsessed with no-churn ice cream and since it is made with sweetened condensed milk I decided that dulce de leche was the perfect choice for making a caramel-like no-churn ice cream. After all, you can make dulce de leche by cooking sweetened condensed milk while it’s still in the can. And this ice cream pie tasted pretty darn good to me!