Paleo Pumpkin Tart
Fall = pumpkins and baking!
It’s that time of year for the Great Pumpkin to make its debut.
One of the last garden soldiers holding out for the end of the growing season, the pumpkin grows big and strong, plump and full of nutrition and flavor.
This wonderful squash is loaded with vitamins E, A, and C, tons of B vitamins, Potassium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Copper, and Manganese. It’s a great source of dietary fiber as well.
How fortunate we are that the pumpkin makes so many appearances during this season!
Paleo Pumpkin Tart — A Paleo Twist On A Classic
Craving that yearly pumpkin pie?
Well, here is a nice paleo spin to this popular fall standard. Loaded with good fiber, protein, good fats and spices, a small serving of this healthy holiday dessert goes a long way.
This is one dessert you can feel good about serving because it is made with so many quality ingredients. Not to mention, it’s just delicious.
Using pumpkins you’ve grown in your own garden brings such satisfaction, however, canned pumpkin may also be used in this recipe.
Most people may scoff at the idea of healthy or paleo treats, but once they have tried this twist on an old standard, they will no longer question the amazing flavor that “health food” has to offer!
I look forward to this time of year, and for all the garden gifts it provides. Try this Paleo Pumpkin Tart this year for your holiday celebrations. I promise you won’t be disappointed!