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Thread: Pumpkin Butter

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    Senior Member Ccorazone's Avatar
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    Pumpkin Butter

    I know it's a few months away for pumpkins but does anyone have a good recipe for PUMPKIN BUTTER

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    I googled it and found a bunch..here is one....

    http://www.pickyourown.org/pumpkinbutter.php
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    Thanks Ccorazone for asking for a pumpkin butter recipe and thanks Nyga for sharing the link. Love to make apple butter here in PA in the fall. Have thought about Pumpkin Butter, now I will be able to give it a try.
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    Yummy! I can eat pumpkin any time of the year! Thanks for the inspiration.

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    Thanks for the recipe. I love pumpkin butter, but I would love a recipe that is canned and shelf stable. Most recipes say it is not shelf stable, but I have bought it before so I know there must be a recipe. Thanks for reminding me how good pumpkin butter is!!!!!!!!
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    Thanks for the links!
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    It is my understand, that because pumkin is so thick, it is not save to home canning. It must have commerical pressure canning to be truly safe. Just my 2 cents. I love pumpkin butter also and have made it in the past but gave most of it away when I realized it needed to be eaten up right away. HTH

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    Pumkin Butter

    I like this one for ease of making and being able to keep it a long time.
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    I used to make apple and pear butter all the time. Pumpkin butter sounds yummy too. Thanks.

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