Pumpkin. The flavor of fall. An ingredient that occupies lattes, bread, scones, and pie. The latter, pumpkin pie, is a traditional staple to celebrate Thanksgiving.
A symbol of the Thanksgiving Feast and a favorite by many.
bistroMD has created a delicious recipe that takes the standard pumpkin pie and recreates into with flare into gluten-free pumpkin pie tartlets.
At just 150 calories per tartlet and 4 grams of protein, this gluten-free pumpkin pie tartlets recipe will bring the flavor of fall and the symbol of the feast to your table as a healthier option than the traditional pie.
Pumpkin Pie Origin:
The origin of pumpkin pie dates back to early American settlers of the Plymouth Colony in southern New England (1620-1692).
It is believed they may have made pumpkin pies without crusts.
Their version involved stewing pumpkins or filling a hollowed-out pumpkin shell with milk, honey, and spices and then baking it in hot ashes.