The hardest part is choosing your pumpkin variety, peeling then chopping it.
It is velvety and smooth – perfect for turning into pumpkin spiced doughtnut holes, pumpkin cheesecake or anything else pumpkin related!
I chose a butternut squash as my pumpkin variety – now this is totally personal preference the only pumpkins I recommend you don’t use are the big ones for carving as they are really stringy. I like butternut squash because it has a really lovely smooth texture.
I found cutting the squash in half and using my knife to cut off the thick skin the easiest way to peel it.
Drain and pour into either a food processor, stand mixer with a whisk attachment or if you’re in the mood for an arm work out, whisk this up with a hand whisk until lovely and smooth.
Now it is ready to be added to a whole range of tasty treats!