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Wednesday

No Sugar Added Pumpkin Pudding ~ This Is The Best I Have Found Yet

Just a heads up for those of you on the Candida Diet.  This recipe is not for you unless you are able to eat fruits.   So many of you email me asking if the recipes I put on this blog are okay on the anti candida diet.   Not all of them are.   I happen to be able to eat fruits, I do eat them within reason.     You need to use your own judgement when eating anything.

I love pumpkin anything and have been trying to make a pumpkin pudding that tastes like pudding and not pie.   I finally have a really creamy pumpkin pudding.   So good.

No Sugar Added Pumpkin Pudding
3/4 Cup Canned or Prepared fresh pumpkin
1/2 Banana (I have bananas frozen in halves in the freezer I use for smoothies)
2 Tablespoons Protein Powder (make sure the one you use has no sugar)
4 Prunes (If you don't like prunes, soak dates in a little water until soft)
10 Drops Vanilla Flavored Liquid Stevia ( You can just use stevia and vanilla)
1/2 to 1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 Cup  Treated Water

Put all into a blender and blend until mixed well and fluffy.

This will make enough for 2 but it was so good that I ate it all myself.  Besides, my Hubs doesn't like pumpkin.

23 comments:

  1. Only thing I ever tried pumpkin wise is the seeds, like those though.

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  2. That sounds good! I've been craving some pumpkin pie.

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  3. this is good. Stevia taste good and it's much healthier than using sugar.

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  4. Ohh what a perfectly festive idea of a pudding - I will have to give this a whirl I think. x

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  5. This sounds like a great recipe! I love anything with pumpkin and would love to try this recipe! Sounds perfect for a Thanksgiving dessert!

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  6. This might sound odd but I've NEVER had Pumpkin Pudding before. I LOVE pudding and pumpkins are pretty good so I know the combination would be super yummy <3

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  7. I have never had pumpkin pudding either but since I cover my pumpkin pie in whipped cream, this is likely not the pudding for me ^^ Awesome that you are finding healthy receipes!

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  8. I have made it so far in life without ever having tried pumpkin pudding. I guess I am going to have to try it at some point, so why not this weekend.

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  9. I've had pumpkin everything or so I thought. I've yet to have pumpkin pudding. I really want to try it.

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  10. Pumpkin pudding with no sugar added? I'm sold! I am definitely loving this recipe! Thanks so much for sharing...will give it a try!

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  11. I'll have to try this for my mother-in-law. She's diabetic and it's so hard finding good desserts for her.

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  12. Sounds yummy! I'm not a huge fan of pumpkin but I have been trying to step out of my comfort zone a bit more and more. So I'd give this a try! - Jeanine

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  13. Since it has pumpkin, it surely is healthy. It also looks so tasty.

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  14. This sounds like an interesting pumpkin pudding that I might have to try. I never heard of mixing dates and pumpkin before but I love both. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  15. I never thought to make pumpkin pudding before! I love that this is no sugar added.

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  16. wow! i would have never thought about pumpkin pudding! my husband loooooves pudding so we'll have to give this a try!

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  17. Interesting! I have never thought to have pumpkin pudding. What is the difference in taste between pumpkin pudding and pumpkin pie pudding?

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  18. While I love pumpkin anything, I don't think I've ever had pumpkin pudding before. I'd have to add sugar to mine though. I'll have to try this recipe with sugar. :)

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  19. What a nice twist on a pumpkin treat for the Fall season. I'd love to try this one.

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  20. What the hell is it with men not liking pumpkin. Jason won't eat it either. But like you, I guess I don't mind since it always leaves more for me ;) This pudding sounds scrumptious!

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  21. I don't like pumpkin either. I think it's funny that more and more people are starting to admit they don't like it - it's like it was un-American at one point.

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  22. This does sound good! I love the taste of pumpkin. I don't like what it did to my arm. It's just now healing after 2 freaking weeks. I'll still eat it every once in awhile. I've never had problems consuming it. Possibly it's just made me stuffy.

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  23. delicious. Yes, am still using stevia too .

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