Recipe by SASHENKA
"The grainy texture of polenta and the marriage of flavours of pumpkin and sweet spices create a unique versatile loaf. Can also be made with cooked sweet potato or butternut squash instead of pumpkin. Serve warm or cold with savoury or sweet dishes."
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canned pumpkin puree
butter, room temperature
eggs, lightly beaten
egg whites, lightly beaten
low-fat plain yogurt
polenta or yellow cornmeal
Used mashed fresh sweet potatoes instead of pumpkin and cut cloves back to 1/2 tsp. Absolutely loved this!
This recipe is actually a good jumping-off point. I adjusted a few things... reduced the salt/baking soda by half, and added 1/2 c Splenda for some extra sweetness. I didnt have all the individual spices on hand, so I just used pumpkin pie spice (1 1/2 tsp). I didn't use store-bought polenta, but instead made my own homemade. And while I had to let it bake for longer than 45 mins (total time of 1 1/2 hours), it was a fantastic flavor and really great for my low-calorie/low-fat lifestyle. I can see a lot of things to do with this recipe, but it is a great start. Thanks for sharing your idea!
The problem with this recipe isn't the baking soda or salt it's the cloves. Decrease the cloves or change it to pumpkin pie spice (2 t) instead of the other spices, and it's GREAT!!!! You can change the sugar to Splenda or fructose, change the yogurt to fat free yogurt or sour cream, and this recipe fits the weight watchers core plan! Very good, moist pumpkin corn bread!
I loved it. Made a 1/2 recipe, and used two eggs instead of the egg whites. Also used pumpkin pie spice instead of nutmeg and cloves, cornmeal for the polenta, light sour cream for yogurt, and splenda instead of brown sugar. Very nice pumpkin flavored cornbread without being too sweet or too rich.
Call this like it is--polenta is cornmeal, so I used 2 cups of cornmeal! I changed the brown sugar to 1/4 cup agave syrup, and instead of eggs and egg whites, I just used 4 eggs. I didn't know whether to expect something like Indian pudding or a pumpkin cornbread; but I think it was like a combination of the two. With whipped cream, this could easily be a dessert, as it is, it's like cornbread that. goes with soup! Great recipe!
My husband, who is not gluten-free like I am, loves this! He eats it broken up with milk poured on it like cush. 2 cups of pumpkin~1 can. I use 4 whole eggs instead of any whites, 1/2 cp agave for brown sugar, reduce the cloves to 3/4 tsp and prepare from beginning to end in the blender. Easy, smells wonderful, tasty and he doesn't realize how healthy he is eating!
This recipe marries some of my favourite flavours!
Some reviewers seem to have an issue with the texture, which may come from some confusion over the word 'polenta.' In many places not North America, polenta is the name for plain, dry cornmeal. In other countries (like Canada, where I am from) polenta is a dish made from boiling yellow cornmeal; you can buy it precooked in tubes. If you use the precooked stuff, this recipe will come out a little different: imagine making oatmeal cookies with oat porridge.
Too bland :(
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pumpkin Polenta Cake
Serving Size: 1/9 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 9
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 66
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