Pumpkin Pie with Dehydrated Pumpkin

Food dehydration is an effective and fun way to reduce waste, save money, go green, and practice preparedness! Dehydrated food lasts for years when stored properly, is lightweight, and doesn't require electricity to preserve. In this video, you will learn how to make pumpkin pie using dehydrated pumpkin!

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For high-volume dehydration and storage, we recommend the 9-tray Excalibur dehydrator and a heavy-duty vacuum sealer with dual motors. For low- or moderate-volume dehydration, we recommend 6- or 9-tray Excalibur, and any vacuum sealer, with high-quality vacuum bags.

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  • Michigansnowpony

    I have to tell you: While I was watching this, my almost 7 year old, Laina, walked in and exclaimed, “Oh, is this Tammy from the Dehydrate channel? Oh, I love her!” Her sister then walked in and Laina turned to her and said, ‘This is Mom’s favorite channel – mine too!”

    Have I raised that girl right or what? : )

  • JamieJamess

    WOW, best mom ever! 🙂

  • gypsydragongal

    How fun! Thank you

  • Bratschmom

    Thanks Tammy, This is a great recipe and i would have never thought I could do it in my pressure cooker. I can’t wait to try it!

  • Smallblockfuelie

    How long and at what temp would I cook it in the oven? Thank you.

  • C5Rose3

    Thank you! Great info and great video. I now feel more confident to dehydrate my pumpkins and squash. Maybe I’ll even mix them like you did. Have you ever used “jack-o-lantern” type pumpkins? They’re so cheap right now.

  • goodbloomgirl

    On my first attempt at deydrating pumpkin I followed Tammy’s instructions. I found that it was nearly impossible to get the pumpkin off the grids after it was dehydrated. Some of the pumpkin seeped down thru the holes in the grids making it a real pain to take off after it was dried (almost like velcro hook and loop). I’m doing a batch now using the paraflexx sheets…hopefully this will be easier to remove.

  • Bud V

    That’s just one of the coolest things I’ve seen with dehydrating Thanks!!!

  • Jill 4 Today

    Thank you so much for your inspiration and skills!  I started watching you in 2009 and have never looked back.  I purchased an Excaliber and use it constantly.  You changed our lives with securing a household full of fruits, veggies and quick-to-make meals.  Thanks again!  Jill from Oregon

  • Jackie Bennett

    That was great.  am thinking of getting a dehydrator and watching confirmed it for me… am looking forward to watching the rest of your vids.

  • Shiral Boone

    You keep amazing me … this is just awesome.  thank you

  • Heather Cox

    Made my first pumpkin pie last night with this recipe and the pumpkin/squash blend i dehydrated last year.  I wanted to see how well the pumpkin/squash blend would keep its flavor after a year. I mentioned this on an old reply i made here how my old dehydrating book discouraged dehydrating pumpkins and squash. I found that it holds up perfectly fine in a quart jar in the fridge with an oxygen absorber for at least one year.  The pie came out very nicely, you’d never know the difference between dehydrated and canned.   One thing i was unsure of about the recipe was the canned milk.  Was it Sweetened condensed or evaporated?  I think she says it a couple different ways in the video and i found a print recipe based on this video that says sweetened condensed. I used evaporated milk based on the size of the can and the way it pours in the video.  Sweetened condensed is thicker and comes in a smaller can.  I think if you use S/C milk it will be way too sweet. Evaporated milk worked perfectly.  Thanks, Tammy!  The pie is delicious and i have plenty more to use!

  • Sean Maggi

    good stuff lil lady.  going to do this.  I think i watched your vid. last year and got inspired too.  I like how your boy comes out of nowhere when the food is done to eat a piece of pie lol.  Kids just know when the food is ready.

  • ivorymomm

    Here’s a tip. If your blender has a removable bottom you can use a regular mouth mason jar instead of the pitcher to grind the pumpkin. In this way it’s one less dish to wash and you lose zero powder from transfer. Thanks Tammy !

  • Jen Goods

    Oh I’m learning so much from you, I enjoy your videos so much 👍😍

  • wwwbigtimecrush2011

    incredible!!! your an amazing cook with powdered and dehydrated ingredients!! just amazing!!

  • Alwzsmilin 4You

    I am so happy I found your channel! You have inspired and taught me so much! Thank you for everything you do, it’s truly a blessing and appreciated. Sincerely, you are wonderful!!!!!

  • David Elo

    Im so happy I found you great video, and I thank you , will try with my squash God Bless You

  • 7891234able

    I just made this..thank you so much…this will be my ..go too…dehydrated pumpkin pie recipe. I have your book. Yum.

  • Betty Jane Felts

    Loved this video. I will go buy me a pumpkin and dehydrate it. I bought your dehydrating book and it is just full of great information. Thank you!❤️👍

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