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This was very good and extremely easy. I found the pumpkin pie spice too intense so the second time I made it I used half and added a little more sweetener and it was perfect.After i microwavedit I poured the warm mixture over crushed grahm crackers and let it "set" for a few minutes and added a little fat free cool whip on top-- like hot pie!!
This was really easy to make and it turned out very good; the apples balance the richness of the pumpkin nicely. One thing to watch out for is the pumpkin bubbling over the sides of the dish, so I suggest either using a bigger dish or stirring more frequently after about 2 1/2 minutes. You could probably substitute 4 teaspoons of sugar (brown for extra flavor) for the sweetener if you don't have any on hand. Overall, a great snack recipe. I definitely plan on making it again.
This is so easy and fast to make. Based on the effort it takes to make, the flavor is very good. I'll be making it again, but may add the brown sugar that others suggested as well as some low fat cool whip or vanilla ice cream. Thanks for the recipe Rosanne!
Awesome? No. But still a pretty good way to satisfy your sweet tooth while being healthy and using up that leftover pumpkin from the holidays. I'll probably make it again and might add a tsp of brown sugar.