Yield: 4-6 Cups
There’s nothing better in the fall than making a trip to the pumpkin patch – or even better, harvesting the pumpkins you’ve grown yourself – and then making pumpkin butter from the bounty of your harvest. Obviously, we use our pumpkin butter on toast and scones, but we take it even further by using it in cakes, sauces, and even our Cranberry Stuffed Acorn Squash.
Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Combine all ingredients in a Dutch oven and roast, stirring occasionally for 3-4 hours until thickened.
Let cool completely, then divide into 1-2 cup portions. Freeze what you aren’t going to use immediately.
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Made by boiling pure maple
syrup until only granules
remain, our Vermont Maple Sugar is a must-have for every Home Chef. It's great in sweet and savory recipes alike. Just let your adventurous culinary spirit be your guide!
Used by Scandinavian chefs
as a seasoning for game and
poultry dishes, sauces, wines and liqueurs, our Seville Orange Peel is a must-have for any adventurous Home Chef. Use as the Scandinavians do, and add it to breads, cakes, cookies, too.
We've gone the extra mile in
creating this blend for Home
Chefs. It is sure to turn your
pumpkin pies into something extraordinary. But don't stop with pies! Use this with all your pumpkin creations, from muffins, breads and cakes, to cheesecakes, puddings and more.
When chilly nights arrive,
there's nothing quite like a
cup of hot mulled cider, tea,
or wine - enjoyed by a blazing fire.
Our Mulling Spice is the perfect blend of ingredients to satisfy your cravings. Steep for 30-45 minutes, strain, and enjoy.
Sweet, yet salty, our Vanilla
Bean Sea Salt makes a rich
and flavorful addition to both sweet and savory dishes. Try a little on chicken, vegetables, or salads. Use it as a finishing salt to create an extra layer of flavor in breads, pastries – even cocktails!
For ideas on using fruit
and nut butters creatively, check out some of our other
recipes, like our
No Home Chef's kitchen is
complete without Tellicherry
peppercorns, which are considered the finest pepper in the world. Left on the vine longer than other black peppercorns, these berries are given time to develop their complex, robust flavor to develop more fully.