4 Healthy Ways to Eat Homemade Pumpkin Butter

pumpkin butter recipe In an earlier post, I showed you how to make homemade pumpkin butter.

Now, what do you do with that delicious jar of pumpkin-y goodness?

Here are 4 very simple, but delicious ways to eat pumpkin butter:

1.  Greek Yogurt with Pumpkin Butter

pumpkin butter and greek yogurt Greek yogurt is not only delicious, but a wonderful source of protein and Calcium!  In fact, the Cabot lowfat plain Greek yogurt I buy has (in one cup) 150 calories, 22 grams of protein (the same amount as about 3 ounces of lean meat!), 40% of your daily calcium along with 25% of Vitamin A, D, C and E!

2.  Waffle Topped with Pumpkin Butter and Yogurt

pumpkin butter on waffle
Pumpkin butter and yogurt (preferably Greek yogurt) can be a wonderful topping for waffles.

Be sure to choose a whole grain waffle for maximum nutrition!  This would be a very good balanced, nutritious and delicious breakfast.

3.  Cottage Cheese with Pumpkin Butter

pumpkin butter and cottage cheese Cottage cheese is another one of those great non-meat sources of protein!

Always choose either low fat or fat free versions.  One 1/2-cup serving of low fat cottage cheese has only 90 calories and 13 grams of protein.

4.  English Muffin Topped with Pumpkin Butter

pumpkin butter on english muffin Pumpkin butter is perfect on top of an english muffin or toast!

Again, choose a whole grain bread.  My all-time favorite is Food For Life’s 7 Grain english muffin.

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2 Responses to 4 Healthy Ways to Eat Homemade Pumpkin Butter

  1. Suzanne October 26, 2011 at 7:56 pm #

    Never thought about eating it with yogurt….great idea! I do love it on my waffle in the mornings though.

    • Christen October 29, 2011 at 11:49 pm #

      I love it mixed with yogurt, especially the greek yogurt! I was surprised how good it was with the cottage cheese, actually!!

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