Pumpkin Cobbler That Other Pumpkin Dessert

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This may just replace your regular pumpkin pie
at your next holiday dinner.
It’s not a pie and it’s not a cake.
It’s the other pumpkin dessert.
 Pumpkin cobbler…or crunch when topped
 with chopped pecans or walnuts.

 

It’s warm and comforting.
 It uses regular pumpkin pie ingredients, with
 the addition of yellow cake mix and melted butter
for the streusel topping. It’s easier than pie
and will serve more people.
 In a large bowl whisk the eggs.
 Whisk in the pumpkin, milk, sugar, and spices.
 Use the butter wrapper to grease a 9×13 dish.
 Melt the butter in the microwave for 1 minute.
Stir in the cake mix and mix until crumbly.
 Sprinkle the topping evenly over the top.
Bake in a 350º panggangan for 1 hour until golden.
You can also sprinkle on 1 C chopped pecans on
top for a nice crunch. Sprinkle the nuts on just
half of it and see which way you like it better.
I like it both ways.
 Let cool about 15 minutes.
 Cut into squares to serve.
Use a small spatula.
I like my slice plain and still warm
with a cup of coffee.
 Larry likes his topped with ice cream.
It’s a  nice holiday dessert that will
serve 16-24 at your next party.
Pumpkin Cobbler
1 can – 15 oz pumpkin
1 can evaporated milk
3 XL eggs
¾  C sugar
2 t cinnamon
¼ t nutmeg
¼  t ginger
¼ t allspice
¼ t salt
1 t maple or vanilla vanilla
Topping
1 box yellow cake mix
1 stick butter, melted
(1 to 1 ½ C chopped pecans)
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Grease a 9×13 dish with the butter wrapper.
Whisk the eggs in a medium bowl.
Whisk in the pumpkin, milk, sugar, and
spices. Pour into the casserole.
Combine the cake mix and melter butter.
 Mix until crumbly and sprinkle evenly over
the top. Bake @350 for 1 hour. Let cool
15 minutes. Cut into squares and serve using
a metal spatula. Top with whipped cream
or vanilla ice cream. Serves 16-24
tip: *You can use 4t pumpkin pie spice
 in place of the 4 other spices.
*You can also sprinkle on
 1 to 1 ½ C chopped pecans to the topping.
Or just do nuts on half the cobbler.
Enjoy!

Source Recipe: http://rita-may-recipes.blogspot.com

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