Sugar Baby pumpkin
Cooking with a Sugar Baby pumpkin
We all love our creature comforts, and at this colder time of year, food plays a huge role in making us feel happy and content. This feeling is further enhanced when we get the chance to cook for a loved one, especially for our Sugar Daddy. Nothing says I love you quite like a home cooked meal. A perfect choice at this time of year is the Sugar Baby pumpkin! What could be more perfect!
The Sugar Baby pumpkin is a much smaller variety of pumpkin, than those that you typically see at your local store in the run up to Halloween, the type that is used for carving, rather than eating. The Sugar Baby pumpkin differs as this is grown for the purpose of eating, rather than just for decorative purposes. Unlike their larger relatives, the Sugar Baby pumpkin does not have lots of stringy flesh, but is packed full of beautiful pumpkin flesh that can be transformed into soup, pie or even enjoyed when roasted!
The joy of making a Sugar Baby pumpkin pie
Nothing says I love you quite like a Sugar Baby pumpkin pie. The good news is that it is very easy to make. Firstly you need to round up your ingredients, that should include: 1 egg; 1 tbs flour,; 5 cups of sugar baby pumpkin purée; 1 cup of sugar; 1.5 cups evaporated milk; 2tbs corn syrup and a pie crust. You then preheat the oven to 450°F. In a bowl, carefully add the sugar to the sugar baby pumpkin purée. Then add the corn syrup and egg. Thoroughly mix together. Once everything has been mixed, add the evaporated milk and then pour it into the pie crust and bake in the oven at 350°F for 35 minutes.
The roasted Baby Sugar pumpkin
The Sugar Baby pumpkin also tastes fantastic when it has been roasted. Again, roasting a pumpkin is incredibly easy. Firstly preheat the oven to 400*F. You then need to cut a slice from the top of your pumpkin. The next step is to scoop out the insides, including the seeds, which can be washed and used for roasting later on! You then place the pumpkin onto a baking sheet, together with the sliced piece of pumpkin. You then simply roast them for around 15 minutes. The Sugar Baby pumpkin can then be filled with your favourite filling such as soup, stew or vegetables.