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I Could Eat That Praline Topping With A Spoon!
I will never forget Thanksgiving dinners at our house, as they were quite the extravagant event while I was growing up.
We had so many family members and friends packed into our house for hours and hours. People would always stay for lunch and dinner, both. My favorite part of this food fest were the incredible desserts, and there were always many. I especially loved the pumpkin pie! My mom would make the best one on the planet. She always served hers with some whipped cream and each slice was better than the next.
The other day I was browsing through my favorite food blogs for some pumpkin pie recipes that might differ from the classic versions. I came across this adorable pumpkin pie with pecan praline topping over at I Sing In The Kitchen, and I couldn’t be happier! This pie looks so stunning. And guess what? It tastes like a dream come true. Have you tried this version of pumpkin pie yet?
Recipe and image courtesy of I Sing In The Kitchen.
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Quick Tip: Add lots of whipped cream to this pie or eat it with ice cream. Both are equally yummy.