Pumpkin Po’e takes the traditional holiday pumpkin dessert and gives it a Polynesian twist. Pumpkin, sugar and spice is baked to perfection and then served drizzled with coconut milk and some freshly grated nutmeg for a delicious dessert!
Welcome to Day 5 of Christmas Week. This annual event was started in 2012, and is hosted by Kim of Cravings of a Lunatic. This year we have over 35 bloggers sharing festive sweet recipes for the event. Plus we all chipped in for a huge Amazon Gift Card Giveaway so be sure to enter!
We are nearing the end of #ChristmasWeek and it’s been a crazy ride. I hope that the recipes that you find here from all of these fabulous bloggers will inspire you to make some delicious holiday treats! Also – don’t forget we are giving away $800 in prizes so you definitely want to enter today!
Pumpkin Po’e is a take on a traditional Polynesian dessert – po’e – which is essentially a baked pudding served with a bit of coconut milk or cream. It’s rich, silky and will have you swooning at first bite. Po’e can be made with almost any fruit. Often it’s baked with banana or pineapple, a bit of sugar, and cornstarch (or arrowroot). I was inspired by this po’e recipe from one of my favorite sites, The Polynesian Kitchen and for Christmas Week, I wanted to share with you all. …