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As the days get shorter and cooler with the coming of fall, we are all about the cider, pumpkins, and cozy foods that come along with the changing of the seasons. And once we bake up our favorite pumpkin pie, we are always looking for what to do with leftover pumpkin pie filling.

To help out, we have rounded up some of the best easy-to-make recipe ideas to use with all that delicious leftover canned pumpkin pie mix.

Pumpkin pie filling in a small jar on wooden background, fall leaves and gourds on the side.

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Can You Freeze Canned Pumpkin Pie Filling?

Yes, you can! Leftover pumpkin pie filling can be frozen for up to 3 to 4 months. Just make sure to transfer it to a freezer safe container or zip-top bag first.

What is the Difference Between Pumpkin Purée and Pumpkin Pie Filling?

The only difference between pure pumpkin purée and pumpkin pie filling is the pie filling has been pre-sweetened and pre-spiced and sometimes color/vegetable oil has been added as well.

Can You Use Pumpkin Pie Mix Instead of Pumpkin Purée?

The good news is you can use pumpkin pie mix in place of pumpkin purée in sweet dishes. Because the filling is already sweetened, you would not want to use it in savory dishes. The trick to using it in sweet recipes is to leave out the extra spices that the recipe calls for, since they are already in the can.

Interestingly enough, we found it hard to find pumpkin pie filling as an ingredient in our search for ways to use it up, besides in a pie. However, as we explained above, simply omit the pumpkin pie spices (ground cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, cloves, and allspice) in the recipe and use the filling in place of the purée in these delicious, fall-themed recipes below!

Recipes with ¼ Cup Pumpkin Pie Filling or Less

If you have 1/4 cup or less pumpkin pie filling leftover, check out these delicious autumn-inspired recipes. Remember, if the recipe calls for purée, use the pie filling but omit the pumpkin pie spices from the recipe.

1. Marshmallow Pumpkin Latte

Marshmallow pumpkin latte in a mug, coffee grind on the side.

If you love the classic PSL but are wanting to get a little more adventurous with the fall flavors, try this marshmallow pumpkin latte. A marshmallow fluff topping is lightly torched over the pumpkin spice latte. It smells and tastes like roasted marshmallows over the campfire next to a freshly baked pumpkin pie!

Full Recipe Here

2. Pumpkin Pie Milkshakes

Pumpkin pie milkshakes on light background.

Image Credit: Salty Canary

Drink up a creamy, cool version of pumpkin pie by using your extra canned pumpkin filling along with seasonal spices to make these frosty, caramel-rimmed shakes. Quick from blender to glass, your little pumpkins will gobble them right up!

Get the recipe at Salty Canary

3. GF & Vegan Pumpkin Pancakes

Pumpkin pancakes on a white plate.

Image Credit: Strenth & Sunshine

Bring a little gluten-free, vegan goodness to the breakfast table with pumpkin pie filling. Their rich orange hue gives away the secret pumpkin ingredient, but their seasonally delicious cinnamon and vanilla flavors will be a hit with everyone.

Get the recipe at Strength & Sunshine

4. Easy Maple Pumpkin Overnight Oats

Pumpkin overnight oats in a jar.

Image Credit: Spabettie

For a quick morning breakfast that will fill your belly with nutritious goodness, get started the night before with these easy maple pumpkin overnight oats. Ready to heat up and eat the next day, your breakfasts may never be the same after prepping these gluten-free and vegan oats with your leftover pumpkin filling.

Get the recipe at Spabettie

5. Pumpkin Spice Latte

Pumpkin spice latte with a pumpkin in the background.

Image Credit: Savored Sips

Instead of grabbing a latte to go, whip up your own seasonal brew at home to make this gorgeous pumpkin drink. Using your leftover pumpkin heated up with spices and milk to flavor your latte at home just might become a tradition with this easy recipe.

Get the recipe at Savored Sips

6. Vegan Pumpkin Spice Latte

Vegan pumpkin spice latte with books in the background.

Image Credit: The Rising Spoon

If you love a tasty pumpkin latte but need a vegan-friendly version, try out this recipe. It has a stronger hint of vanilla to add depth to the flavor of the caffeinated beverage. The pumpkin purée combines with vanilla to create a rich twist on this classic drink.

Get the recipe at The Rising Spoon

7. Pumpkin French Toast with Cinnamon & Nutmeg

Pumpkin French toast with slabs of butter on white plates.

Image Credit: A Food Lover’s Kitchen

This simple 7 ingredient pumpkin French toast recipe will have you ready to cook up breakfast all day long. With flexible directions that make it easy to whip up, you will fall in love with this pumpkin twist on a classic.

Get the recipe at A Food Lover’s Kitchen

8. Pumpkin Spice Cold Brew Coffee

Pumpkin spice cold brew coffee in a French press and jar with a black and white straw.

Image Credit: The Urben Life

If you are ready for fall flavors but the weather outside is still scorching, pour up a pumpkin cold brew beverage to beat the heat while still getting your pumpkin fix.

Get the recipe at The Urben Life

9. Pumpkin Spice Mule

Pumpkin spice mule in copper mug with ice and a cinnamon stick.

Image Credit: Marley’s Menu

For an unexpected fall twist on a popular cocktail, this pumpkin mule combines seasonal flavor with cool ginger for a drink that packs a pumpkin punch. Traditionally served in a copper mug, this cocktail is sure to be a new fall favorite.

Get the recipe at Marley’s Menu

10. Pumpkin Cinnamon Crunch Bagels

Pumpkin bagels on light background with a butter knife.

Recipe Credit: Chelsea Peachtree

This pumpkin spice bagel recipe is a two-in-one gem that serves up a vegan, maple, and pumpkin bagel recipe with a crunchy cinnamon topping. Big on flavor, these bagels will be worth the time it takes to bake them from scratch.

Get the recipe at Chelsea Peachtree

11. Pumpkin Spiced Harvest Horchata

Pumpkin spice horchata in a glass on dark background.

Image Credit: Farm and a Frying Pan

For a scrumptious cold pumpkin drink, look no further than this fall flavored horchata. Easily swap out the alcohol for a treat everyone can enjoy during the warmer days of pumpkin season.

Get the recipe at Farm and a Frying Pan

12. Super Easy Keto Pumpkin Mug Cake

Pumpkin mug cake on light background with fall leaves.

Image Credit: The Zhush

To make a quick pumpkin cake without all the time (and leftovers!) involved, this keto friendly pumpkin mug cake fits the bill. This gluten free beauty takes just a few minutes to whip up and enjoy the bounty of leftover pumpkin filling.

Get the recipe at The Zhush

13. Pumpkin Spice Syrup

Pumpkin spice syrup in a small decorative jar, a spoon of pumpkin pie spice and a glass of pumpkin spice latte on the side.

This flavorful syrup can be used to infuse your coffees, lattes, desserts, yogurt and other breakfast dishes with a whole lot of autumn flavor! Swap out the pumpkin purée for the pumpkin pie filling; leave the spices in for that full pumpkin-y flavor!

Full Recipe Here

Recipes That Use 1/2 Cup Pumpkin Pie Filling

The following recipes require exactly 1/2 cup pp filling. Remember to omit the spices if they call for pure pumpkin. Check them out below:

14. Pumpkin Pie Crescents

Pumpkin crescents stacked together.

Image Credit: Spend with Pennies

Don’t let your extra pumpkin pie mix go to waste with these sweet pumpkin pie crescent rolls. Quick to roll and bake, they are perfect for breakfast, snacks, or dessert.

Get the recipe at Spend with Pennies

15. Fall Pumpkin Party Punch

Fall Pumpkin Party Punch in a clear glass with a thin orange slice garnish clipped on with a clothespin, glass pitcher of punch in the background.

To serve a whole bunch of fall celebrators, serve up this cool pumpkin party punch. Make it with or without the alcohol for a spicy, sweet treat that every pumpkin lover is sure to enjoy.

Full Recipe Here

16. Pumpkin Pie French Toast

Pumpkin French toast stacked on a dark blue plate.

Image Credit: Hey Donna

For a quick breakfast that saves perfectly in the freezer for later, this French toast made with pumpkin is sure to become a fall favorite every year.

Get the recipe at Hey Donna

17. Pumpkin Banana Smoothie

Pumpkin banana smoothie in a jar with whipped topping.

Image Credit: Finding Zest

Just because the weather starts to cool doesn’t mean smoothies are off the menu. Blend up this pumpkin and banana smoothie anytime you want a blast of healthy fall goodness.

Get the recipe at Finding Zest

18. Pumpkin Snickerdoodle Cookies

Stacked pumpkin snickerdoodle cookies.

Image Credit: Modern Meal Makeover

Snickerdoodle cookies combine with pumpkin flavor for a warm, soft cookie that will taste as delicious as it smells. These thick and chewy treats are perfect all year round, but they are especially tasty during the fall.

Get the recipe at Modern Meal Makeover

19. 5 Ingredient No-Bake Pumpkin Cheese Balls

Pumpkin cheese balls on a white plate.

Image Credit: Went Here 8 This

For a pumpkin-y treat that doesn’t heat up the oven, these cheesecake balls are rich and decadent but are no-bake wonders. Fun to roll up and dunk for the final coating, you might not serve up all that you make, since a little taste testing will be hard to resist with these bite-size wonders.

Get the recipe at Went Here 8 This

20. Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake Bites

Cheesecake bites on white plate.

Image Credit: Little Home in the Making

These no-bake pumpkin cheesecake bites are quick to make and just as quick to disappear from the serving platter. Store these leftovers in the freezer – if there are any!

Get the recipe at Little Home in the Making

21. Pumpkin Banana Bread

Pumpkin banana bread in loaf pan, gourds on the side.

Image Credit: The Urben Life

Banana bread is a time-tested favorite, but this pumpkin version is primed to become the new favorite. This vegan treat is a perfect solution for a warm snack or not-too-sweet dessert with a fall flavor that is accented by pumpkin seeds baked right on top.

Get the recipe at The Urben Life

22. Pumpkin Spice Quinoa Waffles

Waffle on white plate and dark background.

Image Credit: Melissa Traub

Crunchy quinoa and pumpkin waffles are a delightful twist on your family’s favorite breakfast food. Made without traditional ingredients like milk and eggs, these pumpkin treats are made with whole grains and pack a nutritional punch.

Get the recipe at Melissa Traub

23. Pumpkin Pudding

Pumpkin pudding with gingerbread cookies in white bowls.

Image Credit: Finding Zest

Childhood perennial favorite pudding is amped up with a fall flavor injection. Good for a treat or even a fancy dessert, this pumpkin pudding also features gingerbread flavor.

Get the recipe at Finding Zest

24. PSL Cookies

PSL cookies on baking rack and serving dish.

Image Credit: Owl B Baking

Combining the flavor of a pumpkin spice latte and a warm cookie, this recipe has it all. Drizzled with a vanilla espresso icing, these warm delightful cookies pair with just about anything to create a feeling of fall.

Get the recipe at Owl B Baking

25. Baked Buttermilk Pumpkin Donuts

Pumpkin donuts with gourds on the side.

Image Credit: Jay’s Sweet ‘n Sour Life

Baked donuts can be just as amazing as fried ones when you make them without yeast and add in a dash of pumpkin flavor. Bake these beauties up and pop them in the glaze for a breakfast full of fall flavors.

Get the recipe at Jay’s Sweet ‘n Sour Life

26. Instant Pot Pumpkin Cheesecake

A slice of pumpkin cheesecake on white plate.

Image Credit: Life Begins with Dessert

Even though you might use it mostly for main meals, your instant pot can cook up this pumpkin cheesecake in a flash. This silky-smooth pie is a perfect solution for what to do with leftover canned pumpkin pie filling.

Get the recipe at Life Begins with Dessert

27. Pumpkin Pie Turnovers

Pumpkin turnovers on white plate.

Image Credit: An Affair from the Heart

Bring pumpkin goodness close at hand with these pumpkin pie turnovers. These sweet and earthy treats are also glazed for an extra drizzle of sweet fall flavor.

Get the recipe at An Affair from the Heart

28. Pumpkin Cornbread

Pumpkin cornbread pieces stacked.

Image Credit: Vintage Recipe Tin

For a surprisingly not sweet cornbread, these pumpkin infused ones are a great swap out to try. Treat them just like regular cornbread once baked, topping them with butter or honey or even maple syrup drizzles.

Get the recipe at Vintage Recipe Tin

29. Pumpkin Monkey Bread

Pumpkin monkey bread in cast iron pan.

Image Credit: DIY Candy

Kick off the fall holidays with a pumpkin monkey bread that is easy to grab but hard to put down. Easy to make, this sweet bread is topped with a cream cheese glaze for just the right balance.

Get the recipe at DIY Candy

Recipes That Use up 3/4 Cup Leftover Pumpkin Pie Filling

Have about 3/4 cup filling to use up? Check out these recipes:

30. Pumpkin Pie Hummus

Pumpkin pie hummus in a black bowl with toasted coconut flake topping, breadsticks on the side.

Have you ever tried a dessert hummus? The combination of chickpeas and sweetened, spiced pumpkin may sound off, but this is a delightful treat that turns pumpkin pie into a nutritious dish! Serve with some broken waffle cones or your favorite dippers to scoop up the fall-flavored goodness.

Full Recipe Here

31. Super Moist Pumpkin Cupcakes

Pumpkin cupcakes with pumpkin buttercream and orange candy balls.

For an everyday treat or an easy fall birthday sweet, these kid-created pumpkin cupcakes are made with pumpkin-infused cake mix and a pumpkin frosting, then drizzled with chocolate to rev up the sweetness factor. Make them ahead and freeze without toppings for a last-minute dessert to save the day.

Full Recipe Here

32. Maple Pumpkin Almond Butter

Overhead view of pumpkin almond butter in a jar.

Image Credit: Kara Lydon Nutrition

When leftover pumpkin recipes don’t fill the bill, this versatile pumpkin almond butter may be just what you need. With only four ingredients, this savory spread can be smeared on top of just about anything to give it a pumpkin punch.

Get the recipe at Kara Lydon Nutrition

33. Pumpkin Cheesecake Lasagna

Pumpkin cheesecake lasagna in a casserole dish.

Image Credit: I Heart Naptime

A dessert lasagna made with pumpkin and graham crackers will be your newest layered creation with this ingenious recipe. It’s worth every step of the four layers to create a truly unique and stunning pumpkin dessert.

Get the recipe at I Heart Naptime

34. Edible Pumpkin Cookie Dough

Edible pumpkin cookie dough in a white bowl.

Image Credit: The Six Figure Dish

For those of us who can’t resist grabbing a bite of unbaked cookie dough, this edible one with pumpkin pie mix won’t be off limits. Eliminating eggs makes this edible pumpkin cookie dough a safe and scrumptious snack for everyone.

Get the recipe at The Six Figure Dish

35. Mini Pumpkin Layer Cakes

Mini pumpkin layer cakes on white plates.

Image Credit: Drive Me Hungry

These stunning mini pumpkin sponge cakes that are stacked with cream cheese frosting add up to one gorgeous dessert. They are perfect for a special occasion, but you could just bake these beauties as an excuse to use up your extra pumpkin pie filling.

Get the recipe at Drive Me Hungry

Recipes That Use 1 Cup Leftover Pumpkin Pie Filling

Use up that last cup of filling with these delicious treats:

36. Pumpkin Whoopie Pies with Cream Cheese & Chocolate Chips

Pumpkin whoopie pies on light background.

Image Credit: XOXO Bella

If you are wondering what to do with your pumpkin pie mix before it goes bad, bake up these charming little pumpkin whoopie pies. Rolled in chocolate chips, they are reminiscent of mostly-chocolate varieties, but you won’t miss the chocolate flavor with these bite-sized treats!

Get the recipe at XOXO Bella

37. Pumpkin Spice No-Churn Ice Cream

Pumpkin spice ice cream in small glass jars with orange fabric and plastic spiders.

Homemade no-churn pumpkin ice cream is a creative way to use up your leftover pumpkin pie filling. Popped into the freezer, its ready to use anytime your ghouls and goblins need a cool pumpkin snack.

Full Recipe Here

38. Pumpkin & Cranberry Muffins

Pumpkin Muffins with cranberries in silicone muffin molds.

These healthy muffins might just become a favored dessert instead of being relegated to breakfast only status. Topped with oats and cranberries, you won’t mind snagging one for a healthy snack either.

Full Recipe Here

39. Cake Pop Maker Pumpkin Cake Pops

Cake Pop Maker Pumpkin Cake Pops in jars, black background.

With their round shape and light fall flavor, these pumpkin flavored cake pops are bound to be an instant hit. Meant to be a bite sized treat, these easy to make cake pops will be loved by kids and adults alike.

Full Recipe Here

40. Pumpkin Bread with Cream Cheese Filling

Pumpkin loaf with cream cheese filling on baking rack.

Image Credit: Savvy Honey

This cream-cheese filled pumpkin bread takes the fall flavor up a notch as it is topped with loads of chocolate chips. A cross between a cheesecake and a bread, enjoy this decadent bread as a breakfast, snack, or dessert.

Get the recipe at Savvy Honey

41. Gluten Free & Vegan Pumpkin Doughnut Holes

Pumpkin doughnut holes in white bowl.

Image Credit: Strength & Sunshine

For a small pumpkin bite that takes the place of a sugary donut hole, try these vegan, gluten-free, and allergy-free donut holes. These are healthy donut bites with a soothing pumpkin flavor that everyone can love and enjoy.

Get the recipe at Strength & Sunshine

42. Pumpkin Spice Rum Cake with Boozy Cream Cheese Icing

Pumpkin rum cakes with icing on serving dish.

Image Credit: Couple in the Kitchen

For a quicker dessert, this recipe combines the ease of a boxed mix with amped up pumpkin and rum flavors to create a boozy, sweet dessert that is sure to be a showstopper.

Get the recipe at Couple in the Kitchen

43. Pumpkin Pecan Muffins with Pecan Streusel Topping

Pumpkin muffins with pecan streusel topping.

Image Credit: The Unlikely Baker

For a lightly sweet, gooey muffin with just a hint of pumpkin and spice, this muffin with a pecan streusel topping is a great recipe to bake up. Not too heavy on the spice, these muffins add in fall flavor without being overpowering.

Get the recipe at The Unlikely Baker

44. Pumpkin Coconut Caramel Sauce

Pumpkin coconut caramel sauce in a jar.

Image Credit: Spabettie

Looking for a pumpkin caramel sauce to serve with just about anything? This sauce is so simple to make in your crockpot and, once cooled, keeps in your fridge for anytime you want to add in a sweet, pumpkin punch to your food or drinks.

Get the recipe at Spabettie

45. Pumpkin Smoothie

Pumpkin smoothie in a glass jar.

Image Credit: Flavor Mosaic

This kicky little pumpkin pie smoothie is like a chilled pie with an unexpected dash of pepper spice. Made with Greek yogurt, this smoothie can be made with or without the heat, making it versatile enough for just about everyone to enjoy.

Get the recipe at Flavor Mosaic

46. Vegan & GF No-Bake Pumpkin Cheese Cake

Mini pumpkin cheesecakes stacked on white plate.

Image Credit: Kara Lydon Nutrition

This velvety vegan no-bake cheesecake is sure to be a fall favorite. It’s easy to whip these up, and they save conveniently easily in the freezer, freeing up oven space for all the other baked pumpkin desserts on your menu.

Get the recipe at Kara Lydon Nutrition

47. Pumpkin Cranberry Walnut Bread

Pumpkin cranberry walnut bread beside a knife.

Image Credit: What a Girl Eats

Combining flavors from all the fall holidays, this cranberry walnut pumpkin bread is destined to become a staple for its crunch from the nuts and the light sweetness added by the berries and pumpkin.

Get the recipe at What a Girl Eats

48. Pumpkin Overnight Oats

Pumpkin overnight oats in clear glass dessert dishes.

Image Credit: The Suburban Soapbox

For a quick breakfast chock full of pumpkin flavor and chia seeds, this overnight pumpkin oats recipe is hard to beat. Top this refrigerator oat dish with maple syrup to level up the fall flavor in this speedy breakfast meal.

Get the recipe at The Suburban Soapbox

49. Maple Glazed Pumpkin Banana Bread with Ginger Streusel

Banana bread loaf with ginger streusel.

Image Credit: The Suburban Soapbox

Use up your extra pumpkin pie filling by mixing it up with bananas and topping it with a crunchy streusel in this yummy pumpkin banana bread recipe. Just look at that topping!

Get the recipe at The Suburban Soapbox

50. Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

Stacked pumpkin chocolate chip cookies.

Image Credit: I Heart Naptime

Whip up these soft, pumpkin-y chocolate chip cookies for a fall twist on everyone’s favorite cookie flavor. They even reportedly taste better the next day, so bake up a double batch for today and tomorrow to test the theory for science.

Get the recipe at I Heart Naptime

51. Pumpkin Magic Bars

Stacked pumpkin magic bars.

Image Credit: Flavor Mosaic

These simple magic pumpkin bars will wow your guests as they look much more complicated than they really are to make. Pumpkin layers with butterscotch, toffee, and pecans to turn out a stunning crunchy bar with big flavor.

Get the recipe at Flavor Mosaic

52. Chocolate Pumpkin Swiss Roll Cake

White swiss roll cake with sprinkles.

Image Credit: 2 Cookin Mamas

This European-style soft chocolate cake is filled with a pumpkin cheesecake to create a gorgeous, rolled dessert to slice and serve. Stunning in presentation, this chocolate pumpkin Swiss roll cake is a beautiful dessert that uniquely uses up leftover canned pumpkin pie mix.

Get the recipe at 2 Cookin Mamas

Recipes Using More Than 1 Cup of Leftover Pumpkin Pie Filling

If you’re left with a little less than a can or even have a full can on hand that you want to use up before the expiration date, check out these recipes that are full of pumpkin flavor:

53. Fudgy Pumpkin Brownies

Stacked pumpkin brownies with white frosting.

Image Credit: Spend with Pennies

These rich, fudgy brownies are a snap to make and by swapping in pumpkin as one of only two ingredients, could count as a healthy snack.

Get the recipe at Spend with Pennies

54. Slow Cooker Pumpkin Bread with Quick Caramel Sauce

Pumpkin bread with caramel sauce on light plate.

Image Credit: Kara Lydon Nutrition

Using a crockpot to do the heavy lifting, this pumpkin bread pudding comes with a quick caramel sauce to drizzle on top. The slow cooker method ensures your house will be filled with mouthwatering pumpkin aromas, so the bread pudding may not make it all the way to dessert time.

Get the recipe at Kara Lydon Nutrition

55. Pumpkin Pie Dump Cake

Overhead view of pumpkin dump cake.

Image Credit: Salty Side Dish

No-mix baked cakes like this pumpkin dump cake are famous for being quick and simple to make. Using prepared pumpkin pie filling and a spice cake box mix, this delish pumpkin dessert will have you ready to take a bite as soon as the oven opens.

Get the recipe at Salty Side Dish

56. Easy Pumpkin Pie Pancakes

Stacked pumpkin pie pancakes on white plate with pecans and syrup.

Image Credit: Crazy for Couponing

Another quick recipe, this one merges your favorite pancake mix with pumpkin pie mix to create mouthwatering flapjacks for breakfast. These pumpkin pie pancakes can be mixed up and griddled anytime as a fall flavored treat, or frozen for a future breakfast feast once cooked.

Get the recipe at Crazy for Couponing

57. Pumpkin Pancakes with Pancake Mix

Pumpkin pancakes stacked on white plate with whipped topping.

Image Credit: Ashcroft Family Table

Grab your favorite baking mix and pumpkin purée to whip up these fast 4-ingredient pumpkin pancakes. By shortcutting with a pancake mix, you are sure to love these orange breakfast stars.

Get the recipe at Ashcroft Family Table

58. Citrusy Pumpkin Pudding

Pumpkin pudding in a dessert jar.

Image Credit: Confessions of an Overworked Mom

For a distinctive dessert, this citrusy pumpkin pudding is sure to delight. Orange flavors, pumpkin, vanilla, and cinnamon come together in a pudding dessert perfect for pumpkin lovers.

Get the recipe at Confessions of an Overworked Mom

Pumpkin is a very adaptable berry (yes, it is technically a berry) that is at once at home with sweet and savory dishes. From puddings and pies to cakes, smoothies, and cookies, the addition of pumpkin into dishes always creates a stunning, tasty dish. With its distinctive fall flavor, pumpkin is a perennial favorite flavor to celebrate the changing of seasons, especially when combined with cinnamon and other earthy spices.

Did you enjoy our list of recipes to try? We hope you love them as much as we do, and we anticipate that your fall baking and cooking will be flavored with pumpkins and spice all season long, just like ours. Bookmark this post if you want to come back to it at a later time!


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  1. I have tried in vain to find a recipe for pancakes using leftover BATTER for pumpkin pie, NOT unused FILLING from the can. The batter is always too much for one 9 inch pie. What do I add to leftover batter to make pancakes or waffles? I don’t need to make another pumpkin pie since we have plenty already LOL. Thanks much.

    1. Hi Barbara, that’s a good question and I understand your frustration! Since the pie filling already has the eggs and sugar/spices, the missing ingredients would be flour, milk, baking powder/soda and oil I believe. I couldn’t tell you the amounts but you could experiment with that. If that doesn’t work for you, you could add the batter to mini tart shells and freeze them. Hope that helps a bit!

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