Sunday, September 13, 2009

Pumpkin Cobbler

We are having cool mornings and evenings, and I was craving fall flavors. It didn't matter that everyone I know is on a diet. I just had to make was calling my name.

If you are craving fall flavors, this will make you very happy :-)  I froze several squares of it, and I'll probably be hitting the freezer tommorow!

Pumpkin Cobbler adapted from The Kingsley House Bed & Breakfast

1 large can pure pumpkin (or two small cans)
12 oz can evaporated milk
3 eggs
1 cup sugar
1 tsp salt
1 Tbsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp nutmeg
1/8 tsp ground cloves
1 large box yellow cake mix
1 cup chopped pecans (may omit)
3/4 cup melted butter

Mix first 8 ingreedients and pour into well-greased 9x13. Sprinkle cake mix on top, then pecans. Drizzle with butter and bake 50 minutes at 350 until set in middle. Spoon into ramekin or dessert dishes and top with a dollup of whipped cream.

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  1. Hi Debbie! Oooh ~ all the flavors of Fall that I love so much. They are so CUTE presented in the white, square, ruffled ramekins. *heart*

    Thank you for sharing the recipe. I love that they can be made in portion sized servings ~ keeps us on track. :)

    I hope you have a wonderful week! xo ~m

  2. They look wonderful, Debbie!

    Love your little ramekins..Looked tonight in HG for the ones you with handles, no dots!

    Thanks for sharing the recipe.
    I will make it soon!

  3. I have everything to make that, some cooler weather will be nice! Looks fantastic, only the past year or two, I discovered that I really love pumpkin, I never used to!

  4. Looks and sounds great - I love the individual portion sizes...
    I couldn;t believe it - but i have all the ingredients needed..just need to find some time that is not taken up!!

  5. Hi Debbie,
    this sounds delicious! I am on a strict diet, but I will give it a try soon anyway...

  6. Debbie, what a tasty-sounding treat for autumn. I've never even heard of pumpkin cobbler. The recipe sounds fantastic and is on my short to-make list.

  7. I love pumpkin! Unforunately, John doesn't so I like the idea that it can be frozen into individual servings pour moi :) Love the cute wish dish.

  8. First of all I love those ramekins - they are beautiful. I too am ready for fall comfort foods and this one sounds wonderful. Never heard of a pumpkin cobbler before but it does sound good :)

  9. Definitely one to put on my to try list! It screams fall and suddenly I am getting in that mood. It's really my favorite time of the year.

  10. Debbie, I've made this... it is so good! My recipe was called pumpkin crunch, but the same ingredients. Definitely not a diet food!
    The Kingsley House in Michigan? I was just looking at their website last week. Small world.

  11. Really looking yummy!!! I had to dig through my recipes for your pumpkin nut fudge..wanted to make that this year!


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