Crustless Pumpkin Pie has got to be the most delicious and stress free dessert for you holiday. Make it ahead!
I've always been a huge fan of using slow cookers to fix delicious food, and my three years of culinary training hasn't thwarted my use of them one iota. I use my recipe development skills to create a delicious slow cooker recipe and then let the slow cooker handle the tedious part of cooking of it.
That's the part that would normally have me slaving over a stove top or peeking into an oven window, and there are times when my life is just too flippin' busy to mess around with that.
One of my very favorite ways to use my slow cookers (yes, I own more than one) is to create make-ahead recipes. To date, one of the most popular make ahead slow cooker recipes on It's Yummi is for Italian beef. Something tells me that it may soon lose its ranking at the top to this crustless pumpkin pie pudding.
Thanksgiving Day is certainly not the time to be looking for spare room in the oven to bake a dessert, am I right?!
You can make this dessert up to four days ahead of time and it will be perfectly delicious when it's time to serve it. If you're not into the pomp and circumstance of adding toasted marshmallows and chocolate fudge sauce to the top of the pudding, you certainly don't have to. I'm merely here to offer you a delicious slow cooker recipe, and I'm definitely not here to judge your lack of marshmallow love.
Uunmarshmallowiness. Yes, that's the word I was looking for. Of course it's a real word… No, you don't need to look it up.
Anyway, lurking underneath that marshmallow and chocolate decadence on top is a dish of crustless pumpkin pie that can be eaten at any temperature you like it best. I like mine served cold, which is why the toasted marshmallows and chocolate pair so perfectly with it. Other great topping options: Freshly whipped cream, some vanilla bean ice cream, or even some crushed graham crackers.
Heck, the important thing here is that you and your dinner guests enjoy this crustless pumpkin pie. Oh, and I hope that you have a very happy Thanksgiving, too!
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