Thick, sweet and creamy, this low carb pumpkin butter is delicious year ’round, but especially during the Fall and Winter months!
Fall Thoughts And Pumpkins
Let’s talk about pumpkins and their benefits first!
Do you ever think of all the good vitamins and nutrition that come from a pumpkin?
Clocking in at 50 calories per cup, pumpkins are very weight-loss friendly.
In fact, you can eat more pumpkin then other carb sources and still take in fewer calories.
If you’d like to have 40 healthy pumpkin recipes, check out this page!
What Fuel Setting Is Pumpkin Butter?
If you are following the Trim Healthy Mama plan, they recommend only having half of a cup of pumpkin in Fuel Pull or S setting.
You may have more with an E.
If you’re not following THM, and maybe count calories instead, you can help yourself to this healthy, fiber-filled fruit.
Low Carb Pumpkin Butter
You definitely think of Fall when making this pumpkin butter.
It tastes wonderful on homemade, fresh-out-of-the-oven bread!
You will love the Fall flavors in this recipe.
Take your favorite pretty dish and pour in your homemade pumpkin butter!
Bread To Bake
If you plan on eating this yummy pumpkin butter on bread, you will want to try sprouted bread.
There is a very tasty recipe in the Trim Healthy Mama cookbook (page 200) for homemade sprouted bread.
My family loves it, and it’s gone in no time!
The THM sprouted bread recipe is an E, so you can technically have more than 1/2 cup of pumpkin butter with E breads.
Where To Buy Sprouted Flour
Maybe some of you are wondering where to even buy sprouted flour to make your homemade bread.
Walmart carries sprouted flour, but if you cannot find it there, King Arthur sells their own sprouted flour.
Other Fall Recipes You Will Want To Try
- Country Caramel Sauce
- Easy Fudge
- Salted Caramel Mocha Java
- Maple Pumpkin Scones with Maple Frosting
- Soft Ginger Snap Muffin In A Bowl
Ingredients You’ll Need
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