We all know that canned pumpkin is a necessity when you have pet pigs, wait, right not many people have pet pigs! Well, honestly this is only one of the reasons I always keep canned pumpkin in the pantry.
I’ve never been one to enjoy eating out, even when we do the occasional celebrate life’s moments I’m slightly disappointed. I always get the frozen overpriced taste you know?
Here are a few ways I use pumpkin around the homestead.
- Boost the immune system for our mini pigs.
- Add it to my smoothie
- Muffins, bread, and casseroles.
You really have to go in with a plan of how you are going to use your pumpkin if you are purchasing it at BJ’s Wholesale Club. As a member, you get three 29 oz. cans for $7.49 regular price. At our local club, I paid $4.99 for three! I see it gets marked down every year.
$1.66 per can is an awesome deal for Libby’s canned pumpkin. Plus BJ’s is the only wholesale club to accept manufacturer coupons. Keep an eye out by using our coupon database to search for canned pumpkin coupons and more.
- Libby’s Classic Canned Pumpkin Amazon, $3.50 for 29 ounces
- Great Value Organic Canned Pumpkin, $2 for 15 ounces at Walmart
- Farmer’s Market Canned Organic Pumpkin, $37 for 12, 15-ounce cans
- Target’s Simply Balanced Organic Canned Pumpkin, $3 for 15 ounces at Target
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Canned pumpkin gives you a boost of nutrition.
Here are some of the key benefits of adding pumpkin to your diet.
Low Calorie yet fills you up.
One cup of pumpkin delivers 3 grams of fiber, a nutrient which may help you consume fewer overall calories. In about a half of cup of pumpkin, there are 40 calories.
Loaded with Beta-Carotene
This antioxidant beta-carotene is converted into Vitamin A. Vitamin A is known for healthy eyes and immunity.
Potassium Yes Please
One cup of canned pumpkin has about 550 mg of potassium. This makes it one of the highest sources of fruits and vegetables containing potassium.
A little Dose of Calcium
Pumpkin also gives you a boost of calcium about 8 percent of your daily need. On average one cup of pumpkin is 10.4 mg of vitamin C.
For even more nutrition facts about Pumpkin go here.
What ways do you use canned pumpkin around the home? Do you buy yours from BJs or somewhere else?
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