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Store Bought Is Not An Option Anymore Once You’ve Tried These!
When I was little, my mother always brought a can of pickled pumpkin to the dinner table. It was an easy and super delicious little side to any meal – definitely one of my all-time favorites! Somehow, though, by the time I had started a family of my own, I had completely forgotten about pickled pumpkin until my sister mentioned it during a phone call.
I immediately knew I had to make these! I had always thought it would be difficult but it turned out I was totally wrong. This is super easy! I used two whole pumpkins and got a bunch of very pretty glass jars – I’m thinking of giving some of these as presents over the holidays. Unless I happen to eat all of them myself…
You can tweak the seasonings if you’d like, but I thought the recipe was perfect just the way it is. The ginger and cinnamon give the pumpkin a wonderful new flavor. You could decorate the jars with pretty ribbons and include these in your basket of homemade gifts!
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Quick Tip: For best flavor, let the jars sit for a few weeks before opening them.