Here, by popular demand from the Christmas 2008 family rendezvous in Utah, are the muffins Gordon thrives on. He found the recipe in a Cooking Light magazine in July 2007. It was adapted by Charlotte Moore, M.D., from a recipe that has been around for a long time. Her recipe has been modified slightly by Gordon. It is not only delicious, but also so crammed full of healthy ingredients that your general well-being will be improved by simply reading the recipe!
Here is the recipe for Pumpkin Pie with Carmel Pecan topping. This was served for many years at the restaurant. Every year after Halloween I would buy out a pumpkin patch and end up with enough pumpkins for us to make this pie until late spring.
The world’s best! Featured at Annie’s. Pumpkin by Theresa, streusel by Anne.
Any pumpkin will do, but Sugar Pie pumpkins are best. One pumpkin usually makes two pies. To prepare, cut pumpkin in half at its equator, scoop out seeds, and bake about an hour at 350F. Then remove cooked pumpkin meat and process to smooth.