Pumpkin Steamers Recipe, 12 Days of Christmas, Day 3
Okay it is holiday season, and let’s be honest… my sweet tooth, is looking for some satisfaction! At this time of year there is NOT a shortage of treats, am I right? I know, it hurts to be right so often, ha ha.
But I have been working on some personal goals… i.e. losing weight, so I am trying to curb my sugar intake.
Well the other day I got a flyer from my favorite restaurant advertising a pumpkin steamer! It sounded so perfect, I
made, uh asked my husband order it, so I could try it. Well it was good, really good! But full of sugar and not an actual drop of pumpkin in the whole thing. So I decided I needed to try and remake it, only in a way that is good for us, not sugar syrup and whole milk, but light and sugar free!
Also, I wanted it to be sorta frothy, which gave me an excuse to use my new blendtec, amazingly awesome blender! HAPPY DAY, I love my blendtec! We use it 2 times a day minimum, and I am not kidding. I think my husband loves it more than me, and if he loves it so much that he is so excited about making dinner… I will not stop him!
P.S. Come back tonight to enter the Blendtec giveaway I am hosting!
Sugar-Free Pumpkin Steamers Recipe
2 cups low-fat milk (or milk substitute of your choice)
3/4 c. pumpkin puree (you can do a little less, but I figure, getting in a serving almost of vegetables isn’t a bad thing)
1/2 – 1 tsp pumpkin pie spice
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp pure vanilla extract
Stevia drops or packet to taste(I used hazelnut flavored drops about 1/2 a droplet)
Here’s how to make it:
In a microwaveable bowl, pour in the 2 cups milk. Add the pumpkin, spices and vanilla. Sweeten with Stevia to taste. Heat in microwave for 1 1/2 minutes stir and heat til desired temperature.
To make it nice a frothy and light, pour the mixture into your blendtec. We turned it on the heat seating and let it whip for about a minute. Pour into mugs and sprinkle with a tiny bit more cinnamon if desired!
Also be sure to check out the previous days Day 1 and Day 2 and don’t forget my lovely friend’s great projects!
Ooooh! Whip me up one of these and I’ll be right over. They sound DELISH!
Hmm, looks delicious and right up my ally. I tried a pumpkin spice latte once, you know from Starbucks. Way to sweet for my taste, so I love this alternative, that I can make to my liking. Now, if only I had a blender like that…..
Ohhh… these sound positively delicious! I seriously want to try this! Always on the hunt for a nice warm sip during the holidays and this sounds so easy!
This looks so good! I can’t wait to try it out!
Thanks for sharing this! Sounds so yummy! Happy Holidays! ♥
Oh yum! That sounds absolutely delicious! I want one!