My Brother’s Pumpkin Casserole Recipe

If you are looking for something delicious to add to a special meal, Thanksgiving dinner or to have as a dessert … you might want to try this Pumpkin Casserole!

It has a smooth pumpkin “filling”, smothered in a delicious nutty topping.  The flavors and textures are just perfect for an outstanding addition to your table!


Pumpkin Casserole

6 c. Mashed or Pureed Pumpkin (click here to learn about preserving pumpkin yourself. I was pretty surprised while shopping the other day, to see a little can of pumpkin puree going for $2+ when outside, the big pumpkins were on sale 2 for $4!)
3/4 – 1 c. Sucanat (or Sugar, OR 1/2 c. Honey)
1 t. Salt
4 beaten Eggs
½ c. Butter
1 c. Milk
2 T. Vanilla

Mix and pour into a 9”x13” casserole dish.

1/4 c. Sucanat (or Sugar)
2/3 c. Flour
2 c. chopped Pecans
½ c. melted Butter

Mix and sprinkle over top of casserole dish. Bake at 350°F for 35 minutes.

Mashed Potatoes, Thanksgiving Turkey, Best Cranberry Salad, Pumpkin Casserole, My Green Veggies and last but NOT least, a Buttery Croissant … what more can you ask for?!

There you have it!  Have fun, keep that smile on your face and don’t forget, you are not just cooking for some imperfect people; you are working for a mighty King!  Let’s live, talk and eat royally 🙂 ***

*** (even when there is hardly anything in the cabinet and nothing in your wallet, be royal!  Our Father in heaven will not leave us alone and if it seems like there is no hope and nothing can get worse than this, put a big smile on because, things will have to be getting better soon!  Remember, trials come for our good.  Don’t mope around making everyone miserable and thinking about the problems.  Look up!  Pray, rejoice, and pray some more!  Our Deliverer is coming!)

10 thoughts on “My Brother’s Pumpkin Casserole Recipe

  1. Looks yummy! My mom makes a similar casserole, based off my grandma’s recipe. I love what you said, “you are not just cooking for some imperfect people; you are working for a mighty King! ” That is a good reminder to me and so true. Thank you for sharing your smile today! 🙂

    “Do everything without grumbling or arguing, so that you may become blameless and pure, “children of God without fault in a warped and crooked generation.” Then you will shine among them like stars in the sky, as you hold firmly to the word of life. And then I will be able to boast on the day of Christ that I did not run or labor in vain.” (Phil. 2:14-16)

  2. Ruth, this looks absolutely delicious! It seems like it might be similar to sweet potato casserole but without the carbs! I have made something like this from butternut squash. Thank you for sharing your recipe…your BROTHER’S recipe, that is 🙂 Happy Thanksgiving!

  3. This recipe looks great! Not to mention the rest of the food on that plate!! The green beans looked like it had brussel sprouts mixed in, you called it “My Green Veggies”. We have found brussel sprouts to be kinda bitter, so my mixing them in w/green beans, does it help? Please give us your recipe!
    Love ya….Charlene

  4. Yum! This looks and sounds absolutely delicious! I might have to try this during the Christmas season.

    Thank you for sharing this recipe with Roses of Inspiration. Blessings!

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