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Pumpkin Polenta Custard with Maple Whipped Cream (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes to us from "sickchick" in the Gluten-Free Forum.

Ingredients:
2 large organic eggs
¾ cup light brown sugar
Pinch salt
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
½ teaspoon ground ginger
Pinch nutmeg
1 teaspoon rum extract
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 can pumpkin puree
1 can evaporated milk (or substitute as your diet requires)
¾ cup gluten-free polenta
1 ½ cup water
Heavy cream
Maple syrup

Directions:
Preheat oven to 425F. Cook off polenta first, then set aside to cool. Keep lid on pan.

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In a large mixing bowl add eggs, vanilla & rum extracts, spices, brown sugar and evaporated milk. Whisk together well. Gradually whisk in pumpkin puree. Whisk until well blended. Grab polenta and stir in. Be careful to break apart any lumps.

Spray your favorite baking dish, I used my corning ware 2.5 quart I used light olive oil nonstick spray you can use butter if you prefer. Pour pumpkin-polenta mixture into baking dish, then bake @ 425F for 15 minutes. Then turn heat down to 350F and continue baking for 45-55 additional minutes or until the center is set.

I think this should be served warm. With maple whipped cream.

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Marion Kunkle
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21 Oct 2007 2:26:28 PM PST
Pumpkin Polenta Custard...the receipe does not tell the size can of pumpkin to be used. In the market they have 15oz and 28 oz.

 
Barbara Vogt
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21 Oct 2007 6:32:43 PM PST
I couldn't wait to try it. It tastes wonderful and a good treat for the little trick or treaters when they get done on Halloween.

 
Beth Schmitt
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23 Oct 2007 4:18:12 AM PST
I love your gluten-free recipes. My daughter was diagnosed 1 year ago when I found your site. We have so many great recipes, some we have altered for personal taste, but use the basic recipe. I have passed on your site to others that have recently been diagnosed and have no clue where to start. You give them not only a basic education, but recipes, products & hope of a 'normal' life. Thanks.

 
Roberta Wall
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24 Oct 2007 8:32:12 AM PST
This looks scrumptious! I've tried many of the recipes you've featured, and they've been excellent. Thanks for providing such interesting articles and recipes. Living gluten-free is becoming easier and easier with people like you helping us!

 
Sophia Armas
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25 Oct 2007 11:45:44 AM PST
I am not a celiac person but I have a son under 1 year and am introducing foods. It's a healthier way to start good eating habits.

 
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15 Jul 2010 4:08:13 AM PST
I am very happy to find your site. I was diagnosed with celiac 10 years ago and it's nice to get different recipes.




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