Light and airy Pumpkin Rosemary Souffle is a naturally low fat dessert. Enjoy all the flavor of a pumpkin pie without all the fat and calories.
Somewhere along the line, I fell out of love with pumpkin pie. I’m not really sure when or why it happened but it left a big void in Thanksgiving. What would I have for dessert if I didn’t want pie? How would Thanksgiving ever be complete again? I still love pie crust and I still love pumpkin. I just don’t necessarily want them together. Pumpkin souffle has swooped in and saved Thanksgiving dessert.
I use to be scared to death of making a souffle. It always seems too hard. There seems like there is so much to worry about. Is it going to rise? Am I going to scramble the eggs making it? Oh no, the stress of it all. It all seems quite silly now. Souffle is actually easy to make. It is also naturally fairly low-fat. That is a food I need to embrace. I love that they are light and fluffy. After a heavy Thanksgiving meal, it is nice to have a dessert that isn’t going to weigh you down more.I might have to bake up some pie crust cookies to eat with it. Wish I had thought about that earlier when I made the souffle and took pictures. Well, better late than ever. Little leaf-shaped pie crust cookies would look so cute on the side of our souffle. Your guests will be quite impressed with your baking prowess. One Thanksgiving making Pumpkin Souffle and your guests will be asking for it every year. It can be a new tradition.
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Happy Healthy Eating,
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