Miss dessert, but want to reign in the fat and sugar? One of my favorite things is greek yogurt with pumpkin pie spice. It tastes pretty similar, plus there's no added fat/sugar/calories and guilt of pumpkin pie!
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A can of canned puree pumpkin contains more than 7 times the daily value of vitamin A and has 7 grams of fiber. When making pumpkin pie use Pumpkin Puree as it is 100% pumpkin while pie filling or mix is pumpkin PLUS sugar. Dont forget to make your pie shell as thin as possible. Have a small slice AND FREEZE THE REST.
Make some yummy pumpkin pie pudding. All you have to do is take 1 vanilla pudding cup, or make fat free, sugar free instant pudding and divide into 1/2 cup servings. Then, mix with about 1/3 cup of pure canned pumpkin and some pumpkin pie spice. For extra pie effect, serve with 1 graham cracker.4
I buy canned pumpkin (not pie mix -- just plain ol' pumpkin) and blend with my plain, non-fat yogurt, banana/frozen berries, and protein powder. If I don't use frozen fruit, then I toss in some ice. The pumpkin makes the texture almost fluffy, plus I start my day with a veggie!
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