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Pumpkin Nut Butter

Once upon a time…

Dashing Mr. Skippy met beautiful Ms. Libbys. Nine months later, they welcomed the following into the world:

low fat pumpkin dip

If you want more info as to how exactly such a baby came to be, please go ask your parents.

Or you can read all about it in a seriously disturbing book.

About the Baby:

This baby came about after my pumpkin-spice latte post last week, when people left such super-awesome ideas on how to use up a can of pumpkin. I think at least three of you mentioned pumpkin pb as an option, so I had to play around with that idea first. Other recipes I’m working on: chocolate-pumpkin brownies and pumpkin-cream-cheese bars. If the recipes turn out well, I’ll post those in the near future.

You probably already have all the ingredients to try it right now!

 

pumpkin nut butter

 

Pumpkin Peanut Butter

(Gluten-free!)

Inspired by: this recipe

  • 1/3c pureed pumpkin (or canned)
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tbsp plus 1 tsp nut butter (pb, almond, or even coconut butter! Feel free to add extra, if you want a stronger nut-butter flavor.)
  • optional: sweetener to taste, such as 1/2 packet stevia or 1/2 tablespoon brown sugar
  • pinch of salt

Mix all ingredients together, either with a spoon or in a food processor. If your peanut butter is hard, you might want to warm it up a little, pre-mixing. Good on toast, in oatmeal, or even eaten straight-up!

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I’m looking for ideas:

What would be your dream nut butter flavor?
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough? Pumpkin Pie? French Toast? Tell me anything you can dream up. It can be as simple or as crazy as you want. This weekend, I’ll pick one of your ideas and make a recipe for it.

Here’s my dream flavor: Chocolate Naughty Girl Butter.

Katie is the baker, photographer, and author of the popular blog Chocolate-Covered Katie. Her favorite food is chocolate, and she believes in eating a balanced diet that includes dessert every single day. More about Katie—> 
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  1. Yum! This sounds like it would be great on crackers, muffins or toast!

  2. Erin says:

    Pumpkin is so great for fall! =D Autumn/winter are my favorite seasons! Hmm, how about a pecan pie butter?

    Also, Katie, this is my first time commenting, and I love your site! I usually just lurk, but I HAD to make sure you saw the LivingSocial deal for today in case you haven’t already- $10 for $20 of stuff at Whole Foods!! https://livingsocial.com/deals/123805?ref=conf-jp&rpi=26710023 I think you should totally make a post about it to get the word out! Finally something to make Whole Foods affordable! <3

  3. This would be so good on oats! Or maybe with plain yoghurt?

    I’d love a nuttier vegan version of Nutella!

    1. Megan says:

      Just saw your post…Justin’s nut butter makes a delicious chocolate hazelnut butter that has less sugar than Nutella and is vegan!

  4. Coconut Pumpkin butter? What a brilliant suggestion! Delicious ideas always abound with you, Katie! Thanks for the autumn tip :)

  5. Cookies ‘n’ Cream or Cookie Dough!!!! I love how exquisite this pumpkin nut butter looks! 😀

  6. meg says:

    what a great idea! I’m thinking almond butter. yum

  7. Maya says:

    Yum!! I gotta find some pumpkin. I tried to make pumpkin bread yesterday, but HEB didn’t have pumpkin. I bet Whole Foods will save the day.

    Dark Chocolate Dreams is pretty much my dream nut butter. I am finishing my 3rd 6 pack of it this year.

  8. Jen says:

    I think a chai flavor would be awesome!

    1. Julia Smith says:

      Your right that would be sooo good! :)

  9. Kate says:

    oh yum this sounds great I love all things pumpkin, it might be fun to make muffins or bread with this butter!

  10. Cookies ‘n’ Cream or Cookie Dough!!!! I love how exquisite this pumpkin nut butter looks!

  11. Giulia says:

    my dream nut butter whould probably be a peanut butter chocolate swirl, so you can taste both the peanut butter and the chocolate!

  12. Kerryne says:

    Mmmmm as always you never disappoint! I love Pumpkin butter, and would buy it from Trader Joe’s every fall in bulk to last throughout the year. My kids favorite sandwich? Peanut butter and Pumpkin butter… I just never thought of mixing the two like this :)

  13. Something chocolate, maybe fudge brownie-ish!

  14. Barb says:

    Yum! Although I am a fan of my pumpkin butter recipe, the peanut butter addition sounds great! I will have to try it!

    1. Barb says:

      And my ideal nut butter flavor would be an apple pie nut butter for sure!

  15. Elle says:

    Yes, I have been mixing pumpkin into my pb for years now… it is lovely.

  16. Stephanie says:

    I’m loving all the pumpkin recipes! I’m beginning to stock up on a bunch of cans of libby’s, because I use it in everything during this time of year! I used to just spread a T of libby’s and a T of PB on my toast, but now I’ll start mixing the 2 together ahead of time.

    Thanks!

  17. Blame me,but after trying glazed pumpkin in China once,I never gave it a second chance… It was so… I can’t even find words,it was torture for my tastebuds!
    But maybe,I should just give it a try with one of your recipes… Because this one sounds kinda tasty 😉

    My dream nut butter flavor already exists,I think,but I can’t buy it because I don’t live in the US :( White Chocolate Dreams as well as Cinnamon-Raisin Swirl Peanut Butter sound like heaven in my ears!!

  18. Jenny says:

    Ashley’s chocolate chip cookie dough almond butter (from The Edible Perspective) IS my dream nut butter. :) This looks great, too, though! Never would have thought of it, strangely enough. I love how there are spices mixed in! Cake batter cashew butter is deeelicious too. And, of course, dark chocolate peanut butter! Anything with chocolate is awesome. Chocolate sprinkles, too! Hmm, maybe a double chocolate nut butter… Chocolate chocolate chip cookie dough almond butter or something… I bet that would be heavenly, though it might put tasters in a chocolate coma. (Oh the horror. But no such thing as too much chocolate!)

  19. Val says:

    Looks delish! I’ve really been craving everything pumpkin lately so I will be trying this very soon.

    Also I think my dream nut butter flavour would probably be a smores nut butter. mmmm I can only imagine how delish that would be. Or some sort of chocolate almond butter. mmmm

  20. Ashley says:

    I think either a chocolate,peanut butter and pumpkin would taste fabulous! Or a chai, or gingerbread one:)

    I love pumpkin, and have several cans in my pantry of it. But I find myself in the same situation- using it all up! There’s so much of it. Luckily, it’s fall now, so I can use it for soups, this nut butter, lattes…

  21. Moni'sMeals says:

    this sounds great Katie! Great idea in the jar!

    dream nut butter…maybe tirimisu flavor or white chocolate. :) Good luck there! haha. :)

  22. Katherine says:

    You read my mind! This is totally one of the nut butters I’m planning on making when I go home in a couple of weeks and have access to a food processor again (sigh…college). I like to make all my flavored nut butters from scratch though, so I’d just whip up some cashew butter and add the pumpkin and spices into that. Blended cashews taste just like raw cookie dough…mmm…

    As for my dream nut butter, that’s the other one I’m going to make: snickerdoodle butter! 😀

  23. This looks amazing!!! Can’t wait to try it!

  24. katie says:

    Mmmmmmmmmm! LOVE! I am loving pumpkin SO much right now, I think everyone is ; )

    I make a pumpkin spread with PB + protein Powder + Pumpkin, and I love it!

    This looks so good! Love the jar ; )

  25. I make pumpkin butter all fall long, how interesting to add peanut butter to the mix. Sounds delicious.

  26. Tonya says:

    This looks great! And a yes to chocolate pumpkin brownies and pumpkin cream cheese bars. I don’t know if I can wait for the recipes!

  27. Oooo! It’s like pumpkin pie-in spreadable form. I like 😀

    It would be totally amazing of you if you made a healthified spreadable Smore’s. Yum.

  28. Michaela says:

    oh.my.gosh.
    The second picture is absolutely stunning! It is one of those picture you want to print out and hang up in your kitchen, so you always get inspired! Love, love, love it!
    And I will definitely try this recipe.
    There are so many nutbutter recipes out there, that I really can´t think of any flavor… or wait, that´s not true, how about chocolate and mint??

  29. BRILLIANT idea! Love anything and anything pumpkin in the fall!

  30. Faith says:

    I’m dreaming of a white chocolate macadamia cookie butter. How amazing would that be?

  31. Carissa says:

    I usually put both pb and apple butter on my toast. This eliminates the 2 jars and I could just use one! I love the use of pumpkin…I’m thinking of trying unsweetened applesauce to do another great fall combo.

  32. Lauren says:

    Chocolate chip cookie dough nut butter sounds ah-mazing! I’m drooling now 😛

  33. I HAVE to get some more canned pumpkin, asap!! That looks AMAZING!!

    Since I’ve already had cookie dough and cake batter nut butter, I think my dream would be CHOCOLATE BROWNIE nut butter mmmm…. :)

  34. Nikki says:

    Mocha Latte nut butter! French Toast also caught my eye.. :-)

  35. Sarah says:

    I would absolutely, positively ADORE a cinnamon bun flavored nut butter… it could be called cinnabon butter, droooooooooooooooool

  36. Dude! This is such a GOOD IDEA!!! Seriously. How have I not thought of this? I’m on it.

  37. What a fantastic idea!! I love how easy this sounds and like such a delicious treat!! I’m already thinking of all the things to put it on!! (Or you know, to just eat out of the jar…) I would love to try some sort of coffee flavored nut butter! I’m not sure how it would taste but I bet it would be delicious!

  38. Looks heavenly! I think I’m going to try it with almond butter! I think all of my favorite flavors would be based on candy bars. Caramel, chocolate peanut butter = snickers butter. Almond, coconut, chocolate = almond joy butter!

  39. Nichole says:

    SMORES PEANUT BUTTER.

  40. Chocolate Coconut butter for sure…. mmmm.
    This is a wonderful idea, especially since I LOVE pumpkin butter!!!

  41. Genevieve says:

    I will be trying this the next time I have an open can of pumpkin!
    As for my dream nut butter flavour, I’m trying to think of a savory one to eat on sandwiches…I love beet hummus, so I wonder if a beet nut butter would be good too!

  42. Sounds good and the pictures look really great! I love the bow on the jar — great touch!

  43. reid says:

    YUM! You just put two of my favorite foods together.
    I wanted to tell you my nut butter dream…pumpkin hazelnut chocolate…

  44. Stephanie says:

    Ooooohhhhh – this would go great on my almond flour bread! Drool! I’d be tempted to mix in some blueberry cinnamon jam as well – just something about pumpkin and blueberry together seems so right.

  45. This is seriously amazing! Great idea :) LOVE!

  46. Mmmm yum I just got a food processor, I think I might make some pumpkin nut butter! Perhaps almond butter? I have a whole bunch of almonds.

    I saw banana peanut butter in VT. I think that sounds incredible!

  47. OMG I am SO SO SO SO SO making this.

  48. Yum pumpkin pie pb sounds lovely. I keep wondering if coconut and pb would go, but I have not given it a go yet!

  49. Megan says:

    That looks so good! I have pumpkin butter and LOVE it but never thought of pumpkin nut butter! I hope that the pumpkin chocolate brownies work out too! I have seen recipes for it but they were not the healthiest recipes around….My dream nut butter? Hard choice. So many people have come up with ideas already and I pretty much adore ANY nut butter! Maybe chocolate strawberry? Or black forest? Or red velvet?

  50. Yum this looks perfect Katie! Maple pumpkin spice nut butter… Oh yeah :)

  51. Apple cider nut butter for the love of fall!

  52. OH, katie.. cookie dough pb sounds absolutely heavenly.

    that. is. my heaven.

  53. ~Jessica~ says:

    Mocha sunflower seed butter would be a dream flavour for me.

    Or just getting Sunbutter to import to the UK!

    Love the idea for extending nut butters with pumpkin though: once I can actually get my hands on a can I might extract some from my oat bran (favourite use for pumpkin) and give it a try.

    xxx

  54. That looks great! Might try with fresh pumpkin!

  55. perfect fall butter!!! I want to put it in my oatmeal!

  56. This sounds so good! I can’t wait until digging into some serious pumpkin pie over the next few months. 😉

    Hmmm..a dream peanut butter flavor..french toast actually sounds really, really good!

  57. Jess says:

    i agree with chai nut butter, and white chocolate macadamia nut butter
    i’m also partial to green tea; don’t know why, but i really love green tea flavored desserts and spreads.

  58. What would be your dream nut butter flavor? =
    YES PLEASE: Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough? Pumpkin Pie? French Toast? = they all sound great!

    And we are psychic…just last night I was working on a recipe that involved PB + Pumpkin. I even emailed you that I was on a cooking bonanza. THAT’s what I was up to. Seriously…same.wavelength!

    :)

  59. Erin says:

    How about a white chocolate almond?

  60. Wow! This pumpkin nut butter looks amazing. A good friend of mine is OBSESSED with pumpkin … I’m thinking the perfect pick me up on a bad day for her 😉

    I’d love a cherry nut butter. Hmmm. It just sounds so good!!

  61. Stefanie says:

    Sounds delish and perfect for fall. :)

  62. Sky says:

    What about pecan pie or chocolate pecan pie? Or something with pistachio, like backlava… Can’t wait to see what you come up with.

  63. Belinda Cimo says:

    It’s official. Can I just come live with you? Does Michelle Obama know about your mad, healthy dessert skillz?

    1. LOL!
      I was thinking, maybe I could offer to cook for Bill Clinton… I mean, he is a vegan now, after all ;).

      You can of course come live with me!! Bring extra chocolate!

  64. saskia says:

    I just made lentil-sunflower seed butter today. It’s great! I’ll post the recipe soon! :)

  65. Jackie says:

    I’ve been fantasizing about a pumpkin nut butter for the past couple of days and was considering trying to make my own this weekend (ended up just making banana butter instead). So you knew what I was thinking (again!)

    I think cherry almond or chocolate cherry nut butter would be pretty darn good. Or cinnamon raisin… or apple cider like somebody said… yumm

  66. Aja says:

    I was so excited when I got your tweet about this, but then worried I wouldn’t be able to make it because for some strange reason I am still food processor-less. I am going to make jars upon jars of this and I might give it away as a gift when the holidays come around. If it survives, that is.

  67. Wow. That. is. beautiful!

    Can’t wait to try it. Thanks, Katie!

    Hugs,
    Michele

  68. Emily says:

    Blueberry muffin butter!

  69. This is SUCH a great idea! I bet coconut butter would be delicious in this! :-)

  70. French Toast??! If that’s possible, than I am 12049715689353125705% all for it.

  71. Stephanie says:

    Oh yum! Pumpkin peanut butter…what a great idea! Hmmm…how about maple sweet potato peanut butter? Oh, I think I might try this tomorrow!

  72. Kara says:

    Hmmmmm.
    Samoas nut butter?
    Butterscotch nut butter?
    Spiced latte nut butter?
    Thin mint nut butter?
    Oatmeal raisin nut butter?
    Berry crumble nut butter?
    Nanaimo nut butter?
    Donut nut butter?
    Cheesecake nut butter?
    Carrot cake nut butter?
    Lemon Meringue nut butter?
    Neopolitan nut butter? (i don’t know how this would be possible but it would probably be soooo pretty…)

    1. Kara says:

      I just thought of Ginger Snap nut butter! Yummmmmmmm or Creme Brulee nut butter.
      Okay. I’m seriously done now.

      And seriously hungry.

      1. Wow, you are the awesomest! I love your Neopolitan idea especially!!

      2. Julia Smith says:

        Ohhhh M G! Katie please try some of these you will be the most amazing person ever!!! YUM!!!!

  73. we make a similar pumpkin butter blended with coconut butter! yum!

  74. BroccoliHut says:

    This recipe is not all that different from my breakfast this morning! Love pumpkin + almond butter :)

  75. Need to try this!! I love punkin and nut butter so together they must be incredible!

  76. Clarissa says:

    Egg nog nut butter? Hey, tis the season :)

    I sure hope that brownie recipe works out! It sounds amazing. I can’t wait til the pumpkins get ripe so I can make some pumpkin puree for all these tasty desserts…

  77. M says:

    Chocolate chip cookie dough butter! 😀

  78. Hannah says:

    There are *no* flavoured nut butters here in Australia. None. Except for the one online store that sells PB&CO’s creations! Oh, how I long for the PB Loco chocolate chip cookie dough I bought on my trip to Savannah…

    Also, we don’t have canned pumpkin, so I skipped reading the comments on your latte post. Too painful. (Pureeing your own doesn’t always work in baked goods – texture/liquid content is often too different :( )

    1. Maybe use sweet potato? They can be subbed in most pu,pkin recipes :).

  79. Now that fall is around the corner, I’m excited to make pumpkin seed butter again – http://www.favedietsblog.com/how-to-make-pumpkin-seed-butter/

  80. Yum! :) I missed your pumpkin spice latte post. I must get to it and read the pumpkin ideas! I would choose cinnamon raisin or butterscotch nut butter for my dream flavors.

  81. What a delicious idea! I wonder if libbys is on the shelves near me yet…

  82. Bethany says:

    Ooooh, I hope your brownies and cream cheese bars work out! My daughter’s first birthday is October 18th and I’ve been trying to think of something pumpkin related to make in a pumpkin shaped pan. :)

    That being said, I have a can of pumpkin puree at home that I’ve been trying to figure out what to do with. Now I know!

    1. Hey Bethany! The cream cheese bars were a success :). I might not get the recipe up until November, but if you need it before then, please feel free to leave a comment reminding me, and I can easily send over the recipe! :)

      1. Bethany says:

        That would be really awesome if you wouldn’t mind! I’m assuming you can see my e-mail address from your end?

      2. I can actually leave it right here… I have so much trouble with my emails will ending up in peoples’ spam folders :(

        This recipe isn’t absolutely complete yet. I am happy with the taste, but right now the amount only fills an 8×8 about 2/3 of the way, so before I post it, I might try doubling all the amounts and see if that works for an 8×8. For now, I just stop 2/3 of the way before reaching the edge of the pan. But as I said, the TASTE is good :).

        Pumpkin Cream Cheese Bars

        1/2 cup spelt flour (or white flour, or maybe try Bob’s gluten-free?)
        1 tsp cinnamon
        1/4 tsp pumpkin pie spice
        1/2 tsp baking powder
        1/4 tsp baking soda
        1/4 tsp salt
        1 tsp energ egg replacer (I am wondering if a flax or chia egg would work, too… or maybe just more baking powder?)
        3 T brown sugar (You can sub agave, but it’ll be fluffier/cake-ier)
        2 packets NuNaturals stevia (or 2 more T sugar)
        1/2 cup pumpkin
        2 T nondairy milk
        2 T oil (I really liked unrefined coconut oil)
        1/2 tsp vanilla

        Cook 20 minutes at 350.

        They’re good plain, but when I post the recipe, I’ll probably frost them with my cream cheese icing: http://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/2009/05/26/cheesecake-mousse-yeah-you-read-that-right/

        If you do end up making them, or a variation, I’d love to know what you think :).

  83. Kendall says:

    People think I am crazy, but every night for dessert I have a bowl of mashed sweet potato mixed with peanut butter and raisins (and some cookies). It is seriously delicious! I also use that combo as a spread to top scones. So, sweet potato nut butter would be my creation!

  84. Brittany says:

    Oh my gosh this is GENIUS. I have never though to do something like this but I think I almost cried when I read that title. I cannot wait to make this, thank you :)

  85. looks so great! i bought pumpkin butter at trader joe’s last year and it’s good, but this looks better!

  86. Sedona says:

    This looks tantalizing…Pumpkin nut butter?! What could be better on October pancakes!? This looks divine however; I won’t be using these sugars listed.Sugar is refined in which the final process (sometimes) black-bone char is used.I’d rather not chance it.Would black strap molasses work in “sugars” place?…. Thanks hun. =O))

    1. Sure! Molasses sounds like it’d be really good in this recipe! I actually have another nut butter recipe that uses the molasses, too: http://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/2010/12/20/gingerbread-butter-sandwich/

      For this one, I used stevia. You can also use agave, maple syrup, sucanat, or even coconut sugar or brown rice syrup– none of those are processed with bone char :)

  87. Sadie says:

    This sounds so yummy! I think I’ll make this for breakfast today. :) Hmmm, I’d love a vegan version of nutella or maybe cookies and creme (homemade vegan oreos?)

  88. Sedona says:

    Thanks lady,I have to say your quickly becoming one of my top fav vegans.<B I luuuuuuv me sum' raw chocolate.

    1. Awwww!!! Thank you so so much :).

  89. Why have I not heard of pumpkin nut butter? This sounds incredible! I am definitely trying this, this fall. What a fun question and idea to tackle. I think cookie dough nut butter may be my ideal one but in the spirit of fall I’m going to say pecan pie nut butter.

    1. Pecan Pie nut butter sounds incredible! PB&Js would never be the same!

  90. Meagan G. says:

    I was just wondering if you had to keep this refrigerated or not..? I would love to make this and give them out as gifts but I’m worried they would go bad in travel.

    1. Hmmm… I’m thinking it probably needs to stay refrigerated because canned pumpkin needs to be fridged once it’s open :(.

  91. Katy says:

    Should this be stored in the fridge? How long is it good to store for?

    1. Yes, store it in the fridge because canned pumpkin is perishable once open. I haven’t had mine around long enough to know how long it lasts… 😉

  92. faith says:

    I’ve got pumpkin and pb in the fridge just dying to reproduce! Thanks for the idea!

  93. Joanna says:

    I just made this – it was great on the pumpkin cream cheese bars!
    Thank you for sharing!

    1. Thank you for trying it! And the bars too! :) :)

  94. pumpkinpie says:

    I could also imagine this as a savory version, with rosemary, sea salt, and smoked paprika. On a cucumber sandwich, or grilled cheese…

    1. Oh wow, thanks for such a delicous suggestion. I love your savory idea!

    1. Love your post! I left a comment, but I’m not sure if showed up.

  95. Senkyb says:

    I used you pumpkin chocolate chip muffin recipe for this idea. Make up the pumpkin butter using 8-10 drops of stevia, add a splash of vanilla, not a lot, once everything is blended toss in a couple chocolate chips and pulse just to break up the chips, and there you go chocolate chip pumpkin muffin in a jar

    1. Pumpkin Muffin in a Jar?! That sounds incredibly delicious!

  96. Tara Trotter says:

    Thanks for all these awesome Recipes. My daughter has a mild milk protien allergy and these all look so yummy . I have a major sweet tooth so knowing all theses are on the healthier side makes me want to dive into all of them :) Im gonna get some mason jars and try out some of your jar recipes as gifts for christmas !!

    Thanks again,
    Tara

  97. winifred says:

    peanut butter is back in my life thanks to you! awesome recipe.

  98. Natasha says:

    Very easy to make and super delicious. I’m going to mix it up w/ some Greek Yogurt later for a snack. YUM!!!

  99. Olivia says:

    Oh my goodness, I’m SO in love with this pumpkin nut butter. I’ve been completely raiding your blog for recipes in the past couple of days and I can’t get enough!

  100. Ashley says:

    I just made this and it is soooo good. I was just eating it out of my spoon like pumpkin pie! Yum, found your blog about a week or so ago, I love it!

  101. Autumn says:

    So first let me say, that this recipe is my savior…I could literally sit and eat peanut butter all day if it weren’t for the amount of calories and fat in it. So this recipe is PERFECT because I can eat a spoonful and not feel so guilty :) (And it’s wayyy more delicious than plain pb!!)

    Second, had to share the epic sandwich today! I put pumpkin nut butter (made w/pb) on toast with bananas and some dark chocolate chips and put it in my panini maker. Talk about yuummmyy :):):)

    Thank you Katie for your amazingness..I am officially obsessed with your blog and recipes.

    1. Wow, I have never wanted a panini-maker so badly in my life! That sounds incredible!

  102. Sonja says:

    How long do you think this should keep in the fridge?

  103. Beth says:

    Hi, I’ve loved your website for a while but this is my first comment! I just made pumpkin pancakes and needed a way to use up the rest of the canned pumpkin so I’m def going to try this. Also, the book you mentioned above is hilarious (I found a link on jezebel that has the whole book scanned in) jezebel.com/5300095/

    1. Haha oh that book… so funny! And pumpkin pancakes sound delicious! :)

  104. Jill says:

    Made it. Ate it. All. Oops.

  105. Shelby T says:

    Hi! I love your recipes! Thank you so much for sharing! And if i may ask, HOW do you come up with these recipes? How do you know what to use? :) Thanks! :)

    1. A lot of trial and error! Trust me, not everything turns out well ;).

  106. Dee says:

    Hi,
    I love your website!!!!
    When you call for pureed pumpkin, can pumpkin pie filling be used or is plain pureed best. I also wanted to know how long this pumpkin/pb will last. It sounds like it would be a great gift for the holiday.
    Thanks so much
    Dee

    1. You can definitely use pumpkin pie filling… you just might have to adjust the added sweetener accordingly. I think, because pumpkin is perishable, it’s best kept refrigerated… maybe a week?

  107. Anonymous says:

    How long will a thing of it last in the fridge?? It looks great, thanks!!!

  108. Victoria says:

    So so good.
    What sort of peanut butter do you use that’s 25 cal. per tablespoon?

    1. Anonymous says:

      Try making your own peanut butter! It is SO easy and SO yummy. All that you need to do is throw a can of unsalted, fresh peanuts into your blended and blend and mix for about 10 to 15 minutes. Do not add extra oil right away, just keep smashing! The peanuts release more of their natural oils after they have been setting for awhile so if you add too much of your own, you may have an oily mess the next day!

  109. Carolyn says:

    Chocolate Covered Pretzel Peanut butter!!!! YUM!

  110. Anonymous says:

    Wow! I loved this recipe…However, mine went sour after just two days! I was so sad! I even tried making it twice, and both times it went so sour so quickly. Any tips on what I may be doing wrong? I used fresh pumpkin and a combination of fresh peanuts / almonds to make my own butter….and yes, I did keep it in the refrigerator! HELP

  111. Chocoholic says:

    PINA COLADA NUT BUTTER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  112. Chocoholic says:

    PINA COLLADA NUT BUTTER!!!

  113. Chocoholic says:

    PINA COLLADA NUT BUTTER!!

  114. Ethelea says:

    Hallo there! If I double (or triple!) this recipe and leave it in the fridge for a while do you think I could pipe it as frosting? I’m a n00b to vegan frosting but want to stay clear of ingredients I won’t find in my country, so this looks perfect!

  115. Julie says:

    How long would this last? Does it need to be kept in the fridge?

  116. JerryG says:

    Try yams insted of pumpkin . And for a real flavor treat add a 1/4 cup of drained crushed pineapple.

  117. Lake says:

    I love the Pumpkin Peanut Butter! I was wondering if you are suppose to refrigerate it, because I put it in the refrigerator after a couple days, and when I took it out this morning it was covered in mold! Was this because its a couple days old, or because I didnt leave it at room temp. ? Thank you!

  118. Diana says:

    I had this on banana muffins–yum! I also tried it with grapes and just by itself, and it was absolutely delicious! Simple to make, too.

  119. Michelle says:

    Oh, this looks delicious. I’m going to make this, but replace the sugar with a little bit of raw honey!

  120. Lisa says:

    Just made this for a low carb snack so yummy. Dipped apples in it. Thanks I needed something sweet today!

  121. sam says:

    U should make a recipe with pineapple upside down butter or something lol because your pineapple pancakes are divine

  122. Jordan says:

    This sounds delicious! I would do anything for french toast nut butter that is semi-healthy! Thanks for sharing!

  123. Lisa says:

    I am going to add pumpkin pie spice, yum!

  124. Peter says:

    Hey. do you mean 1/3 cup of pureed pumpkin?