Homemade Pumpkin Bar Recipe

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Homemade pumpkin bars are a delicious and easy lunch that you can make any day of the week. Get a homemade pumpkin bar recipe with help from the creator of foodmoodgirl.com in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Lindsey Smith, Creator of foodmoodgirl.com, and today I'm going to show you how to make homemade pumpkin bars. For this recipe we'll need the following ingredients: two cups of canned pumpkin, one teaspoon pure vanilla extract, a half a teaspoon baking soda, a half a cup of raw almond butter, one third cup honey, two eggs, two teaspoons of pumpkin pie spice and a pinch of sea salt. The first step to this recipe is to preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Then, lightly grease an 8 X 8 pan with coconut or olive oil. Once you're done lightly greasing your pan, the rest of the recipe is super easy. You basically take all of your ingredients, combine them in the bowl and mix until you have a smooth creamy batter. "Oops!" I love using pumpkins because they not only are great for your bone health, but they also prevent sugar cravings because they contain high amounts of magnesium. After mixing for a few minutes, make sure your batter is smooth and consistent. Once you get it to a smooth, consistent and creamy texture, you can then take your batter and pour it into the pan. Once you pour the mixture into the pan, take a spatula and smooth it over. Make sure that all of the corners of the pan are touched with your batter. Once your batter is spread evenly throughout the pan, you can go ahead and place it in the oven at 350 degrees anywhere from 25 to 30 minutes until the edges of the bar are lightly browned. After our pumpkin bars are taken out of the oven, we'll let them cool for about 15 to 20 minutes. Once they're cool, we can then cut them and serve them. These homemade pumpkin bars are not only good for you, but they're fun treat to take to your next holiday party. I'm Lindsey Smith, Creator of foodmoodgirl.com, and that's how to make homemade pumpkin bars.


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