Get creative with your leftover pumpkin puree and create this healthy snack/dessert/breakfast in under 10 minutes! It includes yogurt, pumpkin seeds and honey.
About this Recipe
Pumpkin puree is a great ingredient to use during the autumn/fall season. It can be bought in stores or you can make it from scratch Click here for my homemade healthy pumpkin puree recipe.
I love adding pumpkin puree my recipes and this snack has to be one of my favorites.
The pumpkin puree was made the night before so this snack was very quick to make. I added granola to the base of this snack, then pumpkin puree (mixed with honey/maple syrup to taste), Greek yogurt, another layer of pumpkin puree, more granola, pumpkin seeds and dusted cinnamon powder on top.
I always save my pumpkin seeds because they are very nutritious. They are high in fiber, antioxidants and magnesium. I also add pumpkin seeds to my oats, toast and more.
More About Pumpkins
Pumpkins are part of the squash family. They are round, smooth, ribbed and deep yellow/orange in color. The skin, pulp and seeds inside of the pumpkin are all edible. Pumpkins also have many health benefits and are high in fiber, potassium and vitamin C.
This healthy treat should be eaten once prepared.
- 1/2 cup pumpkin puree
- 1/2 cup yogurt (Greek or dairy free)
- Honey/maple syrup to taste
- Pumpkin seeds
- Cinnamon (optional)
- Add pumpkin puree to a bowl, add honey/maple syrup to taste, stir and set aside.
- Add half a handful of granola to a small/medium sized cup. Then, add half of the pumpkin puree, yogurt, the remaining pumpkin puree, granola and pumpkin seeds (as shown).