Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Pumpkins 2012


Even in a drought the Long Island Cheese pumpkins made well. We only planted 2 hills since I still had some in the pantry from the last pumpkin harvest. 


Here is my post on baking them for freezing



Should be plenty for them pumpkin chocolate chip muffins my family loves



And canned pumpkin for cakes, breads and pies



And seeds to roast which are a big hit with the family!


Blessings from The Holler 

The Canned Quilter

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful pumpkins..the white pumpkins have always been my favorite..Vera

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  2. Yummy! We've been busy freezing pumpkins here, too. After baking them I give them a swirl in my blender so we don't have any chunks, then we enjoy them all winter long in pumpkin bars, breads, etc.

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    1. My gangs favorite are pumpkin muffins and pies!

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  3. I have never tried the white pumpkins and will look for those. Hoping to can lots of pumpkin this year. If I do not, by March, I am desperate and have to resort to store bought. I eat anything pumpkin year round. My favorite is pumpkin soup.

    blessings, jill
    ps. Please thank the O Wise One for his service.

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  4. Could you please post how to can the pumpkin chunks? And what do you use those for? Thank you so much!

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    1. I certainly will and thanks for the visit : )

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