Cream Puffs filled with Pumpkin Whipped Cream
It's the time of year when it seems pumpkin is all over the place. Whether it be in pumpkin pie, pumpkin bread recipes, pumpkin scones, or pumpkin lattes. And what better way to celebrate this time of year than with a pumpkin cream puff with pumpkin whipped cream? The filling for this cream puff recipe is mainly whipped cream with a subtle pumpkin flavor and a nice orange color. Just enough to taste like fall. For the full step by step instructions for this lovely dessert recipe, you'll want to take a look at the Hugs and Cookies site.
If you've, never made a cream puff recipe before, it's not as difficult as you might think. Simply follow the step by step directions, and it's a recipe you'll be sure to try again. And the homemade whip cream recipe with pumpkin is the perfect addition to this already lovely recipe. Homemade whip cream is another recipe where you can't go wrong; it always tastes that much better than store-bought. For this cream puff dessert recipe you will need baking sheets, parchment paper, butter, vanilla, flour and eggs. For the homemade whip cream with pumpkin recipe, you'll need heavy cream, pumpkin puree, powdered sugar, vanilla extract, and cinnamon. For the full step by step instructions for this pumpkin cream puff dessert recipe and homemade whip cream, you will want to take a look at the site.
Pumpkins bring to mind so many great seasonal things from Jack o lanterns, pumpkin pie, pumpkin spice lattes and more. And it seems this time of year you see them all over the place from doorsteps to dessert recipes and drink recipes. The good news is that pumpkins also have numerous health benefits. One of the health benefits of consuming pumpkin might be weight loss. Pumpkins are rich in fiber, which helps to slow digestion. Pumpkin helps to keep you feeling full longer. There are seven grams of fiber in just one cup of canned pumpkin. That's more fiber than what you'd get in two slices of whole-grain bread. Pumpkin may be filling, but the good news is that it's also low in calories. Canned pumpkin is nearly 90 percent water, so besides the fact that pumpkin helps to keep you hydrated, pumpkin has fewer than 50 calories per serving.
Consuming pumpkin may also help with better immunity. If you are looking for a way to ward off illness and improve your immune system at this time of year, pumpkin is a good idea. That is because of the good amount of vitamin A in the fruit which helps your body fight infections, viruses and infectious diseases. Pumpkin oil may also help fight various bacterial and fungal infections. And pumpkin is packed with nearly 20 percent of the recommended amount of daily vitamin C, which is something that may help you recover from colds faster. And best of all, pumpkin may also help provide you with younger looking skin. Eating pumpkin may also help you look younger. That is because the beta-carotene in pumpkin can help protect you from the sun's wrinkle-causing UV rays, but the pulp in pumpkins can also make a great, all-natural face mask that helps to exfoliate and soothe the skin. All you need is about 1/4 cup of pureed pumpkin, egg, a tablespoon of honey and a tablespoon of milk. Mix the ingredients, then apply, wait for about 20 minutes and wash it off with warm water. You will find this pumpkin cream puff dessert recipe on the Hugs and Cookies xoxo site. On the recipe site, you will find dessert recipes, main dish recipes, side dish recipes, brunch recipes, crock pot recipes and more. **
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