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Pumpkin Custard
Pumpkin Custard

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Pumpkin Custard

Pumpkin Custard





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  • 200 g pumpkin
  • 1/4 L vegetable drink
  • 125 ml coconut milk
  • 2 tablespoons cinnamon
  • 3 tablespoons cornflour

Step by step


1.In a pan with boiling water, cook the pumpkin until it tenders. 


2.In a blender, mix the pumpkin with all the ingredients except the cornflour. (Keep a glass of vegetable drink). Whip until uniform and free of lumps. 


3.In a glass with a little bit of vegetable drink, dissolve cornflower in cold water.


4.Boil pumpkin cream and add cornflour gradually. Do not stop stirring the mixture. If there are lumps, pour back into the blender.


5.Serve custards in single containers and let them cool down at least for 2 hours in the fridge. Dust with a bit of cinnamon and serve.




It is often believed that pumpkin, nutritionally speaking, is like potatoes or sweet potatoes, but that’s not quite right. The nutritional composition of this vegetable is much closer to the other vegetables than to tubers. Pumpkin, in addition of being immensely versatile in the kitchen, is rich in beta carotene, like carrots (that’s why both have the same orange colour). The more colours on the plate, the greater the variety of beneficial compounds!