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NO BAKE....Pumpkin Bites {S}

I had a small amount of canned pumpkin left in my frig and created these on a whim. Not to build them up too much, but they remind me of those donut holes you buy in a box. I'm gonna steal the THM saying and say... Own It!! Make this your own. I just made these on the fly, but you can certainly put whatever spin you want on them! I love how the sisters encourage us to be our own chefs! Get creative & Make it work 

NO BAKE....Pumpkin Bites {S}:

1 c baking blend (homemade or THM brand)
1/2 c pure can pumpkin
1 tsp vanilla
Splash caramel extract *optional, if you don't have it's okay*
Pinch of salt
1 Tb almond butter
1/2-1 Tb pumpkin pie spice, depending how spicy you like it
1 Tb coconut oil
Sweetener *the amount is gonna be questionable. There are so many different kinds out there. I make my own which probably can be compared to the Gentle Sweet. I did about 1/3 cup but dumped more in making it like 1/2 cup...BUT...I like super duper sweet stuff. Just taste as you go! 
Erythritol granular (not ground) & cinnamon for rolling 
Mix all ingredients together except erythritol and cinnamon for rolling. It's consistency is like sticky play dough. Form tablespoon balls and roll in erythritol and cinnamon mixture. NO BAKE... Just chill for 30 min. and enjoy! Great with coffee!!!!

*This has shown many possibilities as THMs have added cream cheese, peanut butter, fried and baked them!  


  1. I don't have almond butter, what could I sub for it?

  2. I don't have almond butter, what could I sub for it?

    1. You can sub peanut butter for it. It has a more intense nutty flavor so it may taste more peanutty than pumpkin! :)

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  4. Smaller or larger can of pumpkin?

  5. what if you dont have baking blend? i'm new to baking!

  6. You could try a mix of almond and coconut flour.

  7. I did a little experimenting with your fantastic recipe... Making it my own! After mixing everything up per your recipe, I realized I didn't have any erythritol granular, and that was what made yours look so delicious, so I decided to try making it into two muffins in a mug. I added two eggs, 1 tsp baking powder, and a splash of almond milk, then divided it into two mugs and pushed a tablespoon of cream cheese down in the center. I microwaved it for about 90 seconds and topped it with a bit of whipped cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon. It turned out really delicious! Thanks for sharing!

  8. Destiny,
    Thank you so much for this great taste of fall for all of us Mama's!


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