Servings: 1 Prep: 5 min Cook: 1 mins Total: 6 mins
Here we have a very simple pumpkin OMM. It’s little more than a basic OMM recipe, but with the addition of some spices and a healthy spoonful of pumpkin puree! The end result is little more than a quick pumpkin yum, perfect for any time of the day!
It’s midnight and you can’t sleep? Pumpkin OMM! It’s 9 PM and there’s a “Moonlighting” marathon on TV? Pumpkin OMM! The dogs just jumped on the table and ate the eggs and bacon? PUMPKIN OMM!
The one thing that I personally feel makes this a bit on the special side is the partner in crime. MAPLE BUTTER! The reality is, this is something I should have probably made its own recipe, rather than hiding it here, but … that’s not the road I chose. Only you reading the Pumpkin OMM recipe will be privy to the maple butter, which … is AWESOME slathered on a pork chop! It’s AMAZING on a fresh hot Pumpkin OMM straight from the nuker. It’s perfect melted on top a thick stack of pancakes in the morning! Make a batch of this splendid butter and stash it in the freezer, in one big plastic wrapped log. Just slice off a disc when you need some. You’ll find it won’t last long!
Maple Butter Suggestion: The recipe for the maple butter is actually 1/2 cup butter (softened) and 1/4 cup sugar-free pancake syrup. With a mixer, whip the butter until it’s light in color and airy. Then, pour in the syrup, with a dash of salt and whip until combined. Lay a sheet of plastic wrap on the counter, then spread your butter into a small log. Roll the log in the plastic wrap and refrigerate or freeze. This will make enough butter for about 6 to 8 OMM’s. The amounts below are listed in this manner, so that I could keep the recipe as a single serving.
Pumpkin-Spice OMM with Maple ButterPrint Rate
- 1 tbsp butter
- 1/2 tbsp sugar free maple syrup
- 1 dash salt
- Read the notes about the Maple Butter, above. The best method for this is to make a large batch, in advance.
- In a wide mouthed coffee mug, combine your flax, hazelnut (or almond) meal, sugar replacement, baking powder, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, ginger, and salt. (I like to grease my mug first, but I don't think it's necessary)
- Mix in your egg and pumpkin puree.
- Microwave on high for 60 seconds (90 seconds if using a weaker microwave)
- Slather some maple butter on top. Eat and enjoy!
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