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The Daily Dish: November 26, 2015

The Daily Dish: November 26, 2015

Dishing out the latest and greatest in food news

Learn more about what is hot and trending in the world of food and drink.

Today’s first course?

If you plan to eat chicken salad anytime soon – listen up! Leaders with Costco say, their rotisserie chicken salad has been linked to an E. Customers who purchased the chicken salad, item number 37719, are advised to discard the product immediately. Member of the CDC, along with the health departments of each of the four states, is currently working with Costco to determine the source of the contamination.

The FDA wants to fix the Nutrition Facts confusion. Let’s face it, food labels are not the most intuitive things on the face of the planet. Sure, you can comprehend the number of calories, but what exactly does all-natural, healthy, or reduced-fat actually mean to the average consumer? And why do suggested serving sizes rarely reflect our actual eating habits? House Democrats have introduced a new bill, called the Food Labeling Modernization Act. It would require all food labels to be more specific, consumer-friendly, and realistic. The bill would require specific guidelines for definitions of ambiguous terms like “all natural,” “health-conscious” and “made from whole grain.” Manufacturers would also be required to list the amount of sugar not naturally occurring in the product, as well as label any caffeine over 10 mg per serving.

How does professional chocolate taster sound for a job title? Well it could be yours. Mackie’s of Scotland, a snack company in Scotland, is seeking the right chocolate lover to take on what’s arguably the most covetable job in the world. Leaders with the store, which will open a chocolate factory in April 2016, is looking to hire its own Willy Wonka, with a greater chocolate endurance than the average mortal. They’ve launched their own competition to find their Wonka, in which candidates are asked to submit their single most inventive idea for a new chocolate bar. If you think you have what it takes, hurry up and finish that turkey, because the deadline is 12 noon on December 3rd – that’s one week from today!

That’s todays Daily Dish, thanks for watching. Stop by tomorrow for another helping!


Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie

Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie – Amazingly rich, creamy, and very easy to make, lightened-up Pumpkin Pie.

You can now have your pie and eat it, too!! Indulge in pumpkin pie totally guilt-free!! YASSSS. I ♥ exclamation points!!

Hey Hey Heeeey! Happy Happy Thanksgiving!! Who is ready to gobble-gobble? Did you find your stretchy pants? I’m going to start the day with a nice cashmere top and hot pants, but come the bird, and I’ll be back in my sweats, making more room for those Spinach and Artichoke Dip Crock Pot Mashed Potatoes. Honestly? I can’t wait to eat a bowl of those. May the forks be with me!

So. Hey. I totally know that ain’t no one lookin’ for a Pumpkin Pie recipe on the day OF Thanksgiving… right? (are you??) … but here’s what. I’m only here to tell you a few things before I share my new favorite recipe for a skinnier Pumpkin Pie.
Sidenote: I really AM surfing around the net, looking for the best darn cranberry sauce recipe ON Thanksgiving Day. It’s the only thing I have left to do. IF you have a favorite, please let me know in the comments section.

Ok. So. First and foremost, this is a day that should be filled with gratitude – turkey and pie, too – BUT above all, it’s about appreciation and gratefulness.

They say, feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.

Having said that, I’d like to THANK ALL OF YOU from the bottom of my heart and my family’s hearts and my heart of hearts for always coming by here, grabbing a recipe, reading through my ramblings, commenting, giving me feedback, and so on.
Thank you for supporting my little business, here in this small corner of the world, and for always encouraging me to do better and do more.
Thank you for choosing this blog to be on your email list, thank you for following me on social media, thank you for trying my recipes, and just thank YOU for being YOU.
You are all a very special blessing to me, and may love, joy and happiness find you all, today and always! If I could, I’d bring you all a piece of this PIE!

About the pie? Well. Believe it or not, this tastes just like a good ol’ classic Pumpkin Pie, but with fewer calories. Don’t worry – I didn’t alter it too much. A little bit of honey and a can of low-fat evaporated milk resulted in a successful, yet lighter pie. In fact, this pumpkin pie is 110 calories less per serving than your standard pumpkin pie.

Also? Refrigerated (reduced fat) dough never hurt nobody, which is why it makes this pumpkin pie recipe simple to prepare!
Sidenote: I have a recipe for from-scratch pie crust right here, if that’s what you want to use. I published that recipe exactly 5 years ago. WOW!

BUT, I see this Pumpkin Pie at my Thanksgiving table this year, and every day from now until Christmas. And maybe forevermore.

Have the happiest Thanksgiving ever!

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Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie

Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie – Amazingly rich, creamy, and very easy to make, lightened-up Pumpkin Pie.

You can now have your pie and eat it, too!! Indulge in pumpkin pie totally guilt-free!! YASSSS. I ♥ exclamation points!!

Hey Hey Heeeey! Happy Happy Thanksgiving!! Who is ready to gobble-gobble? Did you find your stretchy pants? I’m going to start the day with a nice cashmere top and hot pants, but come the bird, and I’ll be back in my sweats, making more room for those Spinach and Artichoke Dip Crock Pot Mashed Potatoes. Honestly? I can’t wait to eat a bowl of those. May the forks be with me!

So. Hey. I totally know that ain’t no one lookin’ for a Pumpkin Pie recipe on the day OF Thanksgiving… right? (are you??) … but here’s what. I’m only here to tell you a few things before I share my new favorite recipe for a skinnier Pumpkin Pie.
Sidenote: I really AM surfing around the net, looking for the best darn cranberry sauce recipe ON Thanksgiving Day. It’s the only thing I have left to do. IF you have a favorite, please let me know in the comments section.

Ok. So. First and foremost, this is a day that should be filled with gratitude – turkey and pie, too – BUT above all, it’s about appreciation and gratefulness.

They say, feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.

Having said that, I’d like to THANK ALL OF YOU from the bottom of my heart and my family’s hearts and my heart of hearts for always coming by here, grabbing a recipe, reading through my ramblings, commenting, giving me feedback, and so on.
Thank you for supporting my little business, here in this small corner of the world, and for always encouraging me to do better and do more.
Thank you for choosing this blog to be on your email list, thank you for following me on social media, thank you for trying my recipes, and just thank YOU for being YOU.
You are all a very special blessing to me, and may love, joy and happiness find you all, today and always! If I could, I’d bring you all a piece of this PIE!

About the pie? Well. Believe it or not, this tastes just like a good ol’ classic Pumpkin Pie, but with fewer calories. Don’t worry – I didn’t alter it too much. A little bit of honey and a can of low-fat evaporated milk resulted in a successful, yet lighter pie. In fact, this pumpkin pie is 110 calories less per serving than your standard pumpkin pie.

Also? Refrigerated (reduced fat) dough never hurt nobody, which is why it makes this pumpkin pie recipe simple to prepare!
Sidenote: I have a recipe for from-scratch pie crust right here, if that’s what you want to use. I published that recipe exactly 5 years ago. WOW!

BUT, I see this Pumpkin Pie at my Thanksgiving table this year, and every day from now until Christmas. And maybe forevermore.

Have the happiest Thanksgiving ever!

CRAVING MORE? SIGN UP FOR THE DIETHOOD NEWSLETTER FOR FRESH NEW RECIPES DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX!
FOLLOW DIETHOOD ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER, PINTEREST AND INSTAGRAM FOR ALL OF THE LATEST CONTENT, RECIPES AND UPDATES.


Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie

Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie – Amazingly rich, creamy, and very easy to make, lightened-up Pumpkin Pie.

You can now have your pie and eat it, too!! Indulge in pumpkin pie totally guilt-free!! YASSSS. I ♥ exclamation points!!

Hey Hey Heeeey! Happy Happy Thanksgiving!! Who is ready to gobble-gobble? Did you find your stretchy pants? I’m going to start the day with a nice cashmere top and hot pants, but come the bird, and I’ll be back in my sweats, making more room for those Spinach and Artichoke Dip Crock Pot Mashed Potatoes. Honestly? I can’t wait to eat a bowl of those. May the forks be with me!

So. Hey. I totally know that ain’t no one lookin’ for a Pumpkin Pie recipe on the day OF Thanksgiving… right? (are you??) … but here’s what. I’m only here to tell you a few things before I share my new favorite recipe for a skinnier Pumpkin Pie.
Sidenote: I really AM surfing around the net, looking for the best darn cranberry sauce recipe ON Thanksgiving Day. It’s the only thing I have left to do. IF you have a favorite, please let me know in the comments section.

Ok. So. First and foremost, this is a day that should be filled with gratitude – turkey and pie, too – BUT above all, it’s about appreciation and gratefulness.

They say, feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.

Having said that, I’d like to THANK ALL OF YOU from the bottom of my heart and my family’s hearts and my heart of hearts for always coming by here, grabbing a recipe, reading through my ramblings, commenting, giving me feedback, and so on.
Thank you for supporting my little business, here in this small corner of the world, and for always encouraging me to do better and do more.
Thank you for choosing this blog to be on your email list, thank you for following me on social media, thank you for trying my recipes, and just thank YOU for being YOU.
You are all a very special blessing to me, and may love, joy and happiness find you all, today and always! If I could, I’d bring you all a piece of this PIE!

About the pie? Well. Believe it or not, this tastes just like a good ol’ classic Pumpkin Pie, but with fewer calories. Don’t worry – I didn’t alter it too much. A little bit of honey and a can of low-fat evaporated milk resulted in a successful, yet lighter pie. In fact, this pumpkin pie is 110 calories less per serving than your standard pumpkin pie.

Also? Refrigerated (reduced fat) dough never hurt nobody, which is why it makes this pumpkin pie recipe simple to prepare!
Sidenote: I have a recipe for from-scratch pie crust right here, if that’s what you want to use. I published that recipe exactly 5 years ago. WOW!

BUT, I see this Pumpkin Pie at my Thanksgiving table this year, and every day from now until Christmas. And maybe forevermore.

Have the happiest Thanksgiving ever!

CRAVING MORE? SIGN UP FOR THE DIETHOOD NEWSLETTER FOR FRESH NEW RECIPES DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX!
FOLLOW DIETHOOD ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER, PINTEREST AND INSTAGRAM FOR ALL OF THE LATEST CONTENT, RECIPES AND UPDATES.


Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie

Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie – Amazingly rich, creamy, and very easy to make, lightened-up Pumpkin Pie.

You can now have your pie and eat it, too!! Indulge in pumpkin pie totally guilt-free!! YASSSS. I ♥ exclamation points!!

Hey Hey Heeeey! Happy Happy Thanksgiving!! Who is ready to gobble-gobble? Did you find your stretchy pants? I’m going to start the day with a nice cashmere top and hot pants, but come the bird, and I’ll be back in my sweats, making more room for those Spinach and Artichoke Dip Crock Pot Mashed Potatoes. Honestly? I can’t wait to eat a bowl of those. May the forks be with me!

So. Hey. I totally know that ain’t no one lookin’ for a Pumpkin Pie recipe on the day OF Thanksgiving… right? (are you??) … but here’s what. I’m only here to tell you a few things before I share my new favorite recipe for a skinnier Pumpkin Pie.
Sidenote: I really AM surfing around the net, looking for the best darn cranberry sauce recipe ON Thanksgiving Day. It’s the only thing I have left to do. IF you have a favorite, please let me know in the comments section.

Ok. So. First and foremost, this is a day that should be filled with gratitude – turkey and pie, too – BUT above all, it’s about appreciation and gratefulness.

They say, feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.

Having said that, I’d like to THANK ALL OF YOU from the bottom of my heart and my family’s hearts and my heart of hearts for always coming by here, grabbing a recipe, reading through my ramblings, commenting, giving me feedback, and so on.
Thank you for supporting my little business, here in this small corner of the world, and for always encouraging me to do better and do more.
Thank you for choosing this blog to be on your email list, thank you for following me on social media, thank you for trying my recipes, and just thank YOU for being YOU.
You are all a very special blessing to me, and may love, joy and happiness find you all, today and always! If I could, I’d bring you all a piece of this PIE!

About the pie? Well. Believe it or not, this tastes just like a good ol’ classic Pumpkin Pie, but with fewer calories. Don’t worry – I didn’t alter it too much. A little bit of honey and a can of low-fat evaporated milk resulted in a successful, yet lighter pie. In fact, this pumpkin pie is 110 calories less per serving than your standard pumpkin pie.

Also? Refrigerated (reduced fat) dough never hurt nobody, which is why it makes this pumpkin pie recipe simple to prepare!
Sidenote: I have a recipe for from-scratch pie crust right here, if that’s what you want to use. I published that recipe exactly 5 years ago. WOW!

BUT, I see this Pumpkin Pie at my Thanksgiving table this year, and every day from now until Christmas. And maybe forevermore.

Have the happiest Thanksgiving ever!

CRAVING MORE? SIGN UP FOR THE DIETHOOD NEWSLETTER FOR FRESH NEW RECIPES DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX!
FOLLOW DIETHOOD ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER, PINTEREST AND INSTAGRAM FOR ALL OF THE LATEST CONTENT, RECIPES AND UPDATES.


Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie

Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie – Amazingly rich, creamy, and very easy to make, lightened-up Pumpkin Pie.

You can now have your pie and eat it, too!! Indulge in pumpkin pie totally guilt-free!! YASSSS. I ♥ exclamation points!!

Hey Hey Heeeey! Happy Happy Thanksgiving!! Who is ready to gobble-gobble? Did you find your stretchy pants? I’m going to start the day with a nice cashmere top and hot pants, but come the bird, and I’ll be back in my sweats, making more room for those Spinach and Artichoke Dip Crock Pot Mashed Potatoes. Honestly? I can’t wait to eat a bowl of those. May the forks be with me!

So. Hey. I totally know that ain’t no one lookin’ for a Pumpkin Pie recipe on the day OF Thanksgiving… right? (are you??) … but here’s what. I’m only here to tell you a few things before I share my new favorite recipe for a skinnier Pumpkin Pie.
Sidenote: I really AM surfing around the net, looking for the best darn cranberry sauce recipe ON Thanksgiving Day. It’s the only thing I have left to do. IF you have a favorite, please let me know in the comments section.

Ok. So. First and foremost, this is a day that should be filled with gratitude – turkey and pie, too – BUT above all, it’s about appreciation and gratefulness.

They say, feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.

Having said that, I’d like to THANK ALL OF YOU from the bottom of my heart and my family’s hearts and my heart of hearts for always coming by here, grabbing a recipe, reading through my ramblings, commenting, giving me feedback, and so on.
Thank you for supporting my little business, here in this small corner of the world, and for always encouraging me to do better and do more.
Thank you for choosing this blog to be on your email list, thank you for following me on social media, thank you for trying my recipes, and just thank YOU for being YOU.
You are all a very special blessing to me, and may love, joy and happiness find you all, today and always! If I could, I’d bring you all a piece of this PIE!

About the pie? Well. Believe it or not, this tastes just like a good ol’ classic Pumpkin Pie, but with fewer calories. Don’t worry – I didn’t alter it too much. A little bit of honey and a can of low-fat evaporated milk resulted in a successful, yet lighter pie. In fact, this pumpkin pie is 110 calories less per serving than your standard pumpkin pie.

Also? Refrigerated (reduced fat) dough never hurt nobody, which is why it makes this pumpkin pie recipe simple to prepare!
Sidenote: I have a recipe for from-scratch pie crust right here, if that’s what you want to use. I published that recipe exactly 5 years ago. WOW!

BUT, I see this Pumpkin Pie at my Thanksgiving table this year, and every day from now until Christmas. And maybe forevermore.

Have the happiest Thanksgiving ever!

CRAVING MORE? SIGN UP FOR THE DIETHOOD NEWSLETTER FOR FRESH NEW RECIPES DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX!
FOLLOW DIETHOOD ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER, PINTEREST AND INSTAGRAM FOR ALL OF THE LATEST CONTENT, RECIPES AND UPDATES.


Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie

Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie – Amazingly rich, creamy, and very easy to make, lightened-up Pumpkin Pie.

You can now have your pie and eat it, too!! Indulge in pumpkin pie totally guilt-free!! YASSSS. I ♥ exclamation points!!

Hey Hey Heeeey! Happy Happy Thanksgiving!! Who is ready to gobble-gobble? Did you find your stretchy pants? I’m going to start the day with a nice cashmere top and hot pants, but come the bird, and I’ll be back in my sweats, making more room for those Spinach and Artichoke Dip Crock Pot Mashed Potatoes. Honestly? I can’t wait to eat a bowl of those. May the forks be with me!

So. Hey. I totally know that ain’t no one lookin’ for a Pumpkin Pie recipe on the day OF Thanksgiving… right? (are you??) … but here’s what. I’m only here to tell you a few things before I share my new favorite recipe for a skinnier Pumpkin Pie.
Sidenote: I really AM surfing around the net, looking for the best darn cranberry sauce recipe ON Thanksgiving Day. It’s the only thing I have left to do. IF you have a favorite, please let me know in the comments section.

Ok. So. First and foremost, this is a day that should be filled with gratitude – turkey and pie, too – BUT above all, it’s about appreciation and gratefulness.

They say, feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.

Having said that, I’d like to THANK ALL OF YOU from the bottom of my heart and my family’s hearts and my heart of hearts for always coming by here, grabbing a recipe, reading through my ramblings, commenting, giving me feedback, and so on.
Thank you for supporting my little business, here in this small corner of the world, and for always encouraging me to do better and do more.
Thank you for choosing this blog to be on your email list, thank you for following me on social media, thank you for trying my recipes, and just thank YOU for being YOU.
You are all a very special blessing to me, and may love, joy and happiness find you all, today and always! If I could, I’d bring you all a piece of this PIE!

About the pie? Well. Believe it or not, this tastes just like a good ol’ classic Pumpkin Pie, but with fewer calories. Don’t worry – I didn’t alter it too much. A little bit of honey and a can of low-fat evaporated milk resulted in a successful, yet lighter pie. In fact, this pumpkin pie is 110 calories less per serving than your standard pumpkin pie.

Also? Refrigerated (reduced fat) dough never hurt nobody, which is why it makes this pumpkin pie recipe simple to prepare!
Sidenote: I have a recipe for from-scratch pie crust right here, if that’s what you want to use. I published that recipe exactly 5 years ago. WOW!

BUT, I see this Pumpkin Pie at my Thanksgiving table this year, and every day from now until Christmas. And maybe forevermore.

Have the happiest Thanksgiving ever!

CRAVING MORE? SIGN UP FOR THE DIETHOOD NEWSLETTER FOR FRESH NEW RECIPES DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX!
FOLLOW DIETHOOD ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER, PINTEREST AND INSTAGRAM FOR ALL OF THE LATEST CONTENT, RECIPES AND UPDATES.


Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie

Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie – Amazingly rich, creamy, and very easy to make, lightened-up Pumpkin Pie.

You can now have your pie and eat it, too!! Indulge in pumpkin pie totally guilt-free!! YASSSS. I ♥ exclamation points!!

Hey Hey Heeeey! Happy Happy Thanksgiving!! Who is ready to gobble-gobble? Did you find your stretchy pants? I’m going to start the day with a nice cashmere top and hot pants, but come the bird, and I’ll be back in my sweats, making more room for those Spinach and Artichoke Dip Crock Pot Mashed Potatoes. Honestly? I can’t wait to eat a bowl of those. May the forks be with me!

So. Hey. I totally know that ain’t no one lookin’ for a Pumpkin Pie recipe on the day OF Thanksgiving… right? (are you??) … but here’s what. I’m only here to tell you a few things before I share my new favorite recipe for a skinnier Pumpkin Pie.
Sidenote: I really AM surfing around the net, looking for the best darn cranberry sauce recipe ON Thanksgiving Day. It’s the only thing I have left to do. IF you have a favorite, please let me know in the comments section.

Ok. So. First and foremost, this is a day that should be filled with gratitude – turkey and pie, too – BUT above all, it’s about appreciation and gratefulness.

They say, feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.

Having said that, I’d like to THANK ALL OF YOU from the bottom of my heart and my family’s hearts and my heart of hearts for always coming by here, grabbing a recipe, reading through my ramblings, commenting, giving me feedback, and so on.
Thank you for supporting my little business, here in this small corner of the world, and for always encouraging me to do better and do more.
Thank you for choosing this blog to be on your email list, thank you for following me on social media, thank you for trying my recipes, and just thank YOU for being YOU.
You are all a very special blessing to me, and may love, joy and happiness find you all, today and always! If I could, I’d bring you all a piece of this PIE!

About the pie? Well. Believe it or not, this tastes just like a good ol’ classic Pumpkin Pie, but with fewer calories. Don’t worry – I didn’t alter it too much. A little bit of honey and a can of low-fat evaporated milk resulted in a successful, yet lighter pie. In fact, this pumpkin pie is 110 calories less per serving than your standard pumpkin pie.

Also? Refrigerated (reduced fat) dough never hurt nobody, which is why it makes this pumpkin pie recipe simple to prepare!
Sidenote: I have a recipe for from-scratch pie crust right here, if that’s what you want to use. I published that recipe exactly 5 years ago. WOW!

BUT, I see this Pumpkin Pie at my Thanksgiving table this year, and every day from now until Christmas. And maybe forevermore.

Have the happiest Thanksgiving ever!

CRAVING MORE? SIGN UP FOR THE DIETHOOD NEWSLETTER FOR FRESH NEW RECIPES DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX!
FOLLOW DIETHOOD ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER, PINTEREST AND INSTAGRAM FOR ALL OF THE LATEST CONTENT, RECIPES AND UPDATES.


Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie

Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie – Amazingly rich, creamy, and very easy to make, lightened-up Pumpkin Pie.

You can now have your pie and eat it, too!! Indulge in pumpkin pie totally guilt-free!! YASSSS. I ♥ exclamation points!!

Hey Hey Heeeey! Happy Happy Thanksgiving!! Who is ready to gobble-gobble? Did you find your stretchy pants? I’m going to start the day with a nice cashmere top and hot pants, but come the bird, and I’ll be back in my sweats, making more room for those Spinach and Artichoke Dip Crock Pot Mashed Potatoes. Honestly? I can’t wait to eat a bowl of those. May the forks be with me!

So. Hey. I totally know that ain’t no one lookin’ for a Pumpkin Pie recipe on the day OF Thanksgiving… right? (are you??) … but here’s what. I’m only here to tell you a few things before I share my new favorite recipe for a skinnier Pumpkin Pie.
Sidenote: I really AM surfing around the net, looking for the best darn cranberry sauce recipe ON Thanksgiving Day. It’s the only thing I have left to do. IF you have a favorite, please let me know in the comments section.

Ok. So. First and foremost, this is a day that should be filled with gratitude – turkey and pie, too – BUT above all, it’s about appreciation and gratefulness.

They say, feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.

Having said that, I’d like to THANK ALL OF YOU from the bottom of my heart and my family’s hearts and my heart of hearts for always coming by here, grabbing a recipe, reading through my ramblings, commenting, giving me feedback, and so on.
Thank you for supporting my little business, here in this small corner of the world, and for always encouraging me to do better and do more.
Thank you for choosing this blog to be on your email list, thank you for following me on social media, thank you for trying my recipes, and just thank YOU for being YOU.
You are all a very special blessing to me, and may love, joy and happiness find you all, today and always! If I could, I’d bring you all a piece of this PIE!

About the pie? Well. Believe it or not, this tastes just like a good ol’ classic Pumpkin Pie, but with fewer calories. Don’t worry – I didn’t alter it too much. A little bit of honey and a can of low-fat evaporated milk resulted in a successful, yet lighter pie. In fact, this pumpkin pie is 110 calories less per serving than your standard pumpkin pie.

Also? Refrigerated (reduced fat) dough never hurt nobody, which is why it makes this pumpkin pie recipe simple to prepare!
Sidenote: I have a recipe for from-scratch pie crust right here, if that’s what you want to use. I published that recipe exactly 5 years ago. WOW!

BUT, I see this Pumpkin Pie at my Thanksgiving table this year, and every day from now until Christmas. And maybe forevermore.

Have the happiest Thanksgiving ever!

CRAVING MORE? SIGN UP FOR THE DIETHOOD NEWSLETTER FOR FRESH NEW RECIPES DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX!
FOLLOW DIETHOOD ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER, PINTEREST AND INSTAGRAM FOR ALL OF THE LATEST CONTENT, RECIPES AND UPDATES.


Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie

Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie – Amazingly rich, creamy, and very easy to make, lightened-up Pumpkin Pie.

You can now have your pie and eat it, too!! Indulge in pumpkin pie totally guilt-free!! YASSSS. I ♥ exclamation points!!

Hey Hey Heeeey! Happy Happy Thanksgiving!! Who is ready to gobble-gobble? Did you find your stretchy pants? I’m going to start the day with a nice cashmere top and hot pants, but come the bird, and I’ll be back in my sweats, making more room for those Spinach and Artichoke Dip Crock Pot Mashed Potatoes. Honestly? I can’t wait to eat a bowl of those. May the forks be with me!

So. Hey. I totally know that ain’t no one lookin’ for a Pumpkin Pie recipe on the day OF Thanksgiving… right? (are you??) … but here’s what. I’m only here to tell you a few things before I share my new favorite recipe for a skinnier Pumpkin Pie.
Sidenote: I really AM surfing around the net, looking for the best darn cranberry sauce recipe ON Thanksgiving Day. It’s the only thing I have left to do. IF you have a favorite, please let me know in the comments section.

Ok. So. First and foremost, this is a day that should be filled with gratitude – turkey and pie, too – BUT above all, it’s about appreciation and gratefulness.

They say, feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.

Having said that, I’d like to THANK ALL OF YOU from the bottom of my heart and my family’s hearts and my heart of hearts for always coming by here, grabbing a recipe, reading through my ramblings, commenting, giving me feedback, and so on.
Thank you for supporting my little business, here in this small corner of the world, and for always encouraging me to do better and do more.
Thank you for choosing this blog to be on your email list, thank you for following me on social media, thank you for trying my recipes, and just thank YOU for being YOU.
You are all a very special blessing to me, and may love, joy and happiness find you all, today and always! If I could, I’d bring you all a piece of this PIE!

About the pie? Well. Believe it or not, this tastes just like a good ol’ classic Pumpkin Pie, but with fewer calories. Don’t worry – I didn’t alter it too much. A little bit of honey and a can of low-fat evaporated milk resulted in a successful, yet lighter pie. In fact, this pumpkin pie is 110 calories less per serving than your standard pumpkin pie.

Also? Refrigerated (reduced fat) dough never hurt nobody, which is why it makes this pumpkin pie recipe simple to prepare!
Sidenote: I have a recipe for from-scratch pie crust right here, if that’s what you want to use. I published that recipe exactly 5 years ago. WOW!

BUT, I see this Pumpkin Pie at my Thanksgiving table this year, and every day from now until Christmas. And maybe forevermore.

Have the happiest Thanksgiving ever!

CRAVING MORE? SIGN UP FOR THE DIETHOOD NEWSLETTER FOR FRESH NEW RECIPES DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX!
FOLLOW DIETHOOD ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER, PINTEREST AND INSTAGRAM FOR ALL OF THE LATEST CONTENT, RECIPES AND UPDATES.


Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie

Lightened-Up Pumpkin Pie – Amazingly rich, creamy, and very easy to make, lightened-up Pumpkin Pie.

You can now have your pie and eat it, too!! Indulge in pumpkin pie totally guilt-free!! YASSSS. I ♥ exclamation points!!

Hey Hey Heeeey! Happy Happy Thanksgiving!! Who is ready to gobble-gobble? Did you find your stretchy pants? I’m going to start the day with a nice cashmere top and hot pants, but come the bird, and I’ll be back in my sweats, making more room for those Spinach and Artichoke Dip Crock Pot Mashed Potatoes. Honestly? I can’t wait to eat a bowl of those. May the forks be with me!

So. Hey. I totally know that ain’t no one lookin’ for a Pumpkin Pie recipe on the day OF Thanksgiving… right? (are you??) … but here’s what. I’m only here to tell you a few things before I share my new favorite recipe for a skinnier Pumpkin Pie.
Sidenote: I really AM surfing around the net, looking for the best darn cranberry sauce recipe ON Thanksgiving Day. It’s the only thing I have left to do. IF you have a favorite, please let me know in the comments section.

Ok. So. First and foremost, this is a day that should be filled with gratitude – turkey and pie, too – BUT above all, it’s about appreciation and gratefulness.

They say, feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.

Having said that, I’d like to THANK ALL OF YOU from the bottom of my heart and my family’s hearts and my heart of hearts for always coming by here, grabbing a recipe, reading through my ramblings, commenting, giving me feedback, and so on.
Thank you for supporting my little business, here in this small corner of the world, and for always encouraging me to do better and do more.
Thank you for choosing this blog to be on your email list, thank you for following me on social media, thank you for trying my recipes, and just thank YOU for being YOU.
You are all a very special blessing to me, and may love, joy and happiness find you all, today and always! If I could, I’d bring you all a piece of this PIE!

About the pie? Well. Believe it or not, this tastes just like a good ol’ classic Pumpkin Pie, but with fewer calories. Don’t worry – I didn’t alter it too much. A little bit of honey and a can of low-fat evaporated milk resulted in a successful, yet lighter pie. In fact, this pumpkin pie is 110 calories less per serving than your standard pumpkin pie.

Also? Refrigerated (reduced fat) dough never hurt nobody, which is why it makes this pumpkin pie recipe simple to prepare!
Sidenote: I have a recipe for from-scratch pie crust right here, if that’s what you want to use. I published that recipe exactly 5 years ago. WOW!

BUT, I see this Pumpkin Pie at my Thanksgiving table this year, and every day from now until Christmas. And maybe forevermore.

Have the happiest Thanksgiving ever!

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