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2 ingredient Pumpkin Custard (Dairy, Grain & Gluten Free, GAPS & Paleo)


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Ingredients

6 portion(s)

The Custard

  • 500 g diced Pumpkin, if organic you can leave the skin on
  • 400 g can of coconut cream (large can)
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Recipe's preparation

    Cooking your Custard
  1. Place the diced pumpkin and coconut cream into the bowl and cook for 20 mins./100'C/speed 1.

  2. Puree for 1 minute at speed 10.

  3. Serving
  4. You can serve this thick lushius custard hot or cold. It will get much thicker when cold and set almost like a pudding. Thin it out before you refrigirate it if you want a pouring custard. Thin with water or milk, more coconut cream wont help as this is what sets it so thick. 

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Tip

You can serve this delectable custard as a pudding with a drizzle of cream or extra coconut cream. My 18mth old loves it with plain yoghurt either hot out of the Thermy or cold and like a thick pudding. Set in cups with a sprinkle of toasted nuts over for a fancy adult dessert or enjoy as a childish treat. 


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  • Yum good first foods for my 7month old!

    Submitted by CM16 on 8. March 2018 - 14:43.

    Yum good first foods for my 7month old!

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  • Mine has stayed runny 🤔 what did I do wrong??

    Submitted by beccoast on 8. January 2018 - 15:44.

    Mine has stayed runny 🤔 what did I do wrong??

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  • This is amazing with pears instead of pumpkin.

    Submitted by lizzyallford on 2. October 2017 - 12:14.

    This is amazing with pears instead of pumpkin.

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  • Yum Love this recipe and so easy

    Submitted by Megsm21 on 24. April 2017 - 17:24.

    Yum!!!! Love this recipe and so easy

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  • Just made for 6 mth old

    Submitted by Weebindi on 24. October 2015 - 14:15.

    Just made for 6 mth old grandson who is dairy and soy free. I think it tadtes yummy! Easy. Have frozen lots of little pods.

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  • Can you freeze this?

    Submitted by MrsPeabody on 29. March 2015 - 10:58.

    Can you freeze this?

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  • So easy and my 7 month old

    Submitted by belgibson on 28. February 2015 - 21:12.

    So easy and my 7 month old son loves this (and so do I!)

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  • My baby loved this! Thank you

    Submitted by Thermo Bianca on 27. December 2014 - 15:08.

    My baby loved this! Thank you

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  • Sorry it is meant to say

    Submitted by Stone Soup on 27. July 2014 - 19:06.

    Sorry it is meant to say cream and I have changed it now. However, you can use either. If you used milk that could explain why it was a little thinner but it should not have been so runny you could not spoon it, especially as it cools down. However, perhaps it does depend on the variety of pumpkin. I always use Jap which are a little denser than say butternut. 

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  • In the recipe ingredients it

    Submitted by Beccc82 on 27. July 2014 - 01:40.

    In the recipe ingredients it states coconut milk but in the method it says cream are they both the same? My custard came out thin a little to thin for my 7 month old to handle

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  • This is just to yummy  i will

    Submitted by Perth2008 on 6. June 2014 - 20:08.

    This is just to yummy 

    i will be making this one again 

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  • Sunshine Mumma wrote: Can you

    Submitted by Stone Soup on 28. April 2014 - 08:06.

    Sunshine Mumma

    Can you thin out with coconut water?

     

    Absolutely, or even just plain ol water as it is very thick and creamy and this wont affect the taste much. 

     

     

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  • Can you thin out with coconut

    Submitted by Sunshine Mumma on 27. April 2014 - 08:13.

    Can you thin out with coconut water?

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