Pumpkin Punch

I know what you’re thinking pumpkin punch??? How would that taste? Well, for starters this punch’s taste and appearance could be described similar to that of a fashion show model…

Presenting Pumpkin Punch

…Here we have pumpkin punch in a tall glass beautifully showing her natural pastel orange colour embellished with a touch of red elegance from Angostura bitters…. As for her luxurious taste, exhilarating is an understatement: pumpkin punch’s taste exemplifies harmony, with sweet and milky tastes perfectly balanced together with pumpkin’s inherent, delicate flavour that soothes the palate making your pleasure induced taste buds yearn for more… Pumpkin punch today is accessorized with ice to make this new pumpkin experience a memorable and exciting one. Let’s hear it one more time for pumpkin punch…Funny, it’s as if you could see pumpkin punch walking down a runway LOL!!

A Naturally, Healthy and Simple Recipe

Anyway, this is a really simple recipe that you could whip up in a few minutes time, provided that you have the pumpkin already boiled and cooled. So what are the benefits? Well, pumpkin being a vegetable and all, is rich in fibre, beta carotene, zinc and potassium and is also great for your skin, eyes and I hear that the seeds are great for the prostate..Now that’s a lot of benefits!

So, if you’re not up to eating this vegetable why not drink it :-). Pumpkin punch really tastes great and goes well with anything you’re having. By itself it is just as satisfying. Do enjoy a hearty glass of pumpkin punch today…By the way I now realized this will also be great for my vegetarian readers and foodie friends. So, Taymer bottoms up ! :-D

 

Pumpkin Punch Recipe

 

Pumpkin Punch
 

PUMPKIN PUNCH

 

1 1/2 lb pumpkin
1 pack evaporated milk (250 ml)
1/2 tin condensed milk ( approx. 200g)
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1 dash angostura bitters (optional)

 

Peel and chop the pumpkin.

Boil until tender. Allow to cool.

Puree.
Note: Add enough water to cover the pumpkin when in the blender.

Add sugar, evaporated milk, condensed milk and mix.
Strain.
Note: This step is optional if you don’t want you punch too thick. At this point you may also add the bitters.
Serve with ice.
As usual more mouthwatering trini recipes to come. Ah gone! Bye!
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8 Responses to Pumpkin Punch

  1. caribbeanvegan.wordpress.com December 11, 2009 at 6:44 pm #

    you read my mind. I was eyeing this recipe because I never had it and I can imagine that it would taste really good since pumpkin anything taste good. I would use a soy creamer for the milk but it will work since soy creamer has in some fat. Maybe this will be a xmas punch..you will see:)

  2. same roots rasta October 4, 2010 at 11:27 pm #

    very nice simple receipe

  3. sickotrini December 1, 2010 at 11:50 am #

    Made this and shared with a customer of mine…. He LOVED IT!!! I did too…. great receipe… he told me I was a good mixer but he doesn’t know I got Felix on my side lol

  4. Felix December 1, 2010 at 9:15 pm #

    Thank you for your comment sickotrini: greatly appreciated :-)

  5. Sita June 9, 2011 at 5:18 pm #

    made this today… tasted awesome.. i also added some carrots to it though… :)

  6. Felix June 10, 2011 at 1:39 am #

    Nice going Sita. Now I will have to try carrots with mine :-)

  7. Manage September 23, 2011 at 5:55 pm #

    I like this recipe am from trini but I live in Alaska so I’m always googling my trini dishes.good job

  8. Trini Baby May 12, 2013 at 2:36 pm #

    Luv it!

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