How To Make Crustless Pumpkin Pies with Walnut Streusel

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These mini crustless pumpkin pies with their crunchy walnut streusel layer are a perfect lighter dessert for fall. The pumpkin custard is like a classic pump…

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25 Comments

  1. EZGlutenFree

    Thanks Deronda, I just checked out? your wonderful cooking channel and subscribed as well. Everything looks wonderful. ~Anne

  2. Foods101withDeronda

    Just subscribed…this looks delicious…thanks? for sharing!!! -Deronda 🙂

  3. EZGlutenFree

    Hahaha, a healthy alternative is never as? much fun so I’m glad you made a decadently delicious version. I can’t wait to see what you did.

  4. StephenOwensTV

    Hi Anne, I am? making your dish and having lots of fun doing so 🙂

    I made some greedy changes and I am afraid I won’t be offering the healthy alternative 🙂

    Lots of fun doing it Anne 🙂 and what a great treat for the family tonight

    Thanks

    Stephen

  5. EZGlutenFree

    Thanks Sandy, You’re right this is definitely one? of the real easy ones to make but it still looks fancy.

  6. EZGlutenFree

    Thank? a million Bow.

  7. bowhunter2439

    Wow that looks good? Anne , delicous….!!!

  8. slolita1

    Another beautiful, perfect recipe for this fall, it looks amazing and it is so easy Anne, I love the presentation, it looks like you spent a whole lot of time baking it… but it was so simple and easy!?

  9. EZGlutenFree

    Monica, here’s what I found at the Silk (soy milk) website about cooking with soy milk…

    If you’re using Silk in a cooked pudding or custard recipe, reduce the liquid and increase the thickening agent (such as cornstarch) by a few tablespoons. Because Silk is very low in saturated fat, it requires a little extra thickener to set up properly.

    In this recipe I’d suggest reducing the milk amount from 2/3 cup to just over 1/2? cup and adding 1 extra egg yolk to the recipe to ensure it will set.

  10. EZGlutenFree

    I’m not quite sure if the custard will set properly with soy milk. Let me try to research it? further.

  11. Monica Rodriguez

    Can I substitute the milk/cream with soy milk??

  12. EZGlutenFree

    It was certainly delicious.? Thanks so much for stopping by.

  13. Hirotaka Oyama

    It seems to be very delicious.?Thank you.?

  14. elrabbitsbbq

    No? problem!! I love this ch. =)

  15. EZGlutenFree

    It is? surprising how many people have a gluten intolerance yet are unaware. Thanks so much for the kind words.

  16. Jason Driskill

    Great recipe, Your channel is truly a service to folks who have to follow a gluten free diet. I added your link on my channel because I have talked to people who grew up not know that they had an intolerance for gluten. One lady that I meet told me: ” My stomach used to hurt all of the time. My parents told me: Eat your bread It will make you feel better! They did not know that it only made my stomach hurt more. ” Thank you for your? culinary service to the community.

  17. StephenOwensTV

    I almost missed the build up Anne, because of having guests. Your right though, it’s a great culinary? time of year. Now I have your permission, I am certain to add this, to my list of projects 🙂

    Ginger was a surprise to me too. Thanks for looking. I can see ginger adding that little burn like in Ginger Nut Biscuits (Cookies)

    I am just making some royal icing to ice some festive cookies, lots of fun and a few pound threatening to join the waistline 🙁

    Steve

  18. EZGlutenFree

    Hi Steve, this time of the year is great since these holiday desserts make their way back to the tables. I’d love to see what you do with the recipe.
    The pumpkin pie spice ingredients are listed in this order: cinnamon,? ginger, nutmeg, and allspice. Actually I was surprised to see the ginger listed since I really didn’t taste it. I’m looking forward to whatever pumpkin recipes you’ve got in the works.

  19. NaturesFairy

    I love the Aroma of Pumkpin baking,, YUM! This looks great Anna!! I can almost smell them,,,? Great job as always!

  20. StephenOwensTV

    I am going to give this a try Anne 🙂 I might even make the Recipe on my Channel as I have a load of Pumpkin Innards to be creative with 🙂

    I can smell? that cooking Yum. We don’t have Pumpkin Spices here, What”s in it? I would guess Cinnamon, Nutmeg maybe some mace or allspice? Does it say on the packet.

    Great Recipe Anne 🙂

    Stephen

  21. EZGlutenFree

    Thanks ElRabbit. I appreciate you? stopping by,

  22. EZGlutenFree

    The? streusel is the best part. 🙂

  23. AsianCookingmadeEasy

    What a great recipe! This looks so good,? though I’d probably end up eating half the streusel while the pumpkin was baking lol 🙂

  24. elrabbitsbbq

    yummy!! and pumkin pie season IS Upon us!! nice? Post Anne!

  25. EZGlutenFree

    Thant’s how I feel about the? matter too. 🙂

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