This three ingredient pumpkin custard is a quick, tasty dessert that is a snap to make. On top of that, pumpkin is rich in in dietary fiber and vitamin A. Even better in the fall/winter , you can often find sales and coupons for pumpkin and the accompanying ingredients.
The prep time on the pumpkin custard is 5 minutes or less. The only ingredients that you need are:
1 15 to 16 oz can of pure pumpkin
3/4 cup of sweetened condensed milk (from a 14 oz. can)
Pumpkin Pie Spice to taste. For me that was 1 1/2 teaspoons.
Combine ingredients and gently stir until completely combined. Serve chilled or at room temperature.
If you want to get a little fancy, you can decorate the top of your custard in serving bowls with sugared and toasted pita bread cutouts. Sharp fall/winter inspired cookie cutters slice through the pitas easily.
This looks so good! I love the presentation!
Katie @ Horrific Knits says
This sounds like a great pot luck recipe! My name is Katie and I host Fall Into the Holidays, open Saturdays. All entries get pinned. I would love to have you link up!
Thanks so much for stopping by. Am now following you on Bloglovin.
Nicole Nenninger says
This looks delicious! I’m dairy-free so I’m going to come up with an alternative to the condensed milk.
Please let me know what substitution that you come up with for the condensed milk.
Wow, that IS simple! Looks so pretty too. Enjoy your SITS day!
I love simple recipes. Tend to cost less, save time, reduce stress, and can still be tasty.
My husband is crazy for sweetened condensed milk, so maybe he’d like this recipe more than the pumpkin pies I usually bake (and personally love!) Thanks so much for sharing!
If he likes sweetened condensed milk, I do believe he will really like this custard. You can definitely taste the sweet milk.
Jean Lynd says
Wow! So simple! Thanks! Happy SITS day, late, btw.
Thanks so much for stopping by. I definitely do try to keep the recipes simple.
Sarah @ Pretty Simple Ideas says
Yum! I love a good custard/pudding. Especially when they’re easy. 😉
Thanks so much for your kind words. Sending some Pinterest love your way.
Carrie This Home says
Oh my goodness….I’m practically drooling just reading the recipe! This looks so good! I’ve got an upcoming fall party and I think this is what I’ll bring! Thanks so much for sharing this at the Frugal Crafty Home Blog Hop!
Love this recipe because it is so, so easy.
OOh yum! Lovin this recipe! Thanks for linking up to Merry Monday! Sharing on G+ today! Have a great week!
Kim, thank you so much for the G+ share. This definitely is such a simple, tasty recipe. Best of all it is loaded with fiber and good vitamins but tastes decadent.
Christina @ Juggling Real Food and Real Life says
Hi Sarah! Thanks for linking up with Let’s Get Real this week. This recipe looks like the best part of a pumpkin pie………the filling. Super yum!
Logan Can says
This looks so delicious! The perfect recipe for a chilly fall evening!
Thanks. It is so easy to whip up this pumpkin custard. By the way, your loaded avocado bar looks delicious. I am all about avocados.
Wow I didn’t realize how quick and easy that would be. Looks so yummy!
It is a breeze to make and loaded with vitamins.
Mrs. AOK says
Oh my goodness this looks so YUMMY!!!
Thanks for sharing with us at Mommy Monday 🙂
Always a favorite stop each week.
Looks yummy and so simple! Thanks for linking up to This is How We Roll linky party!
Thanks so much. Love linking up at How We Roll. Hopped over to your site and sent some G+ love your way.