No-Bake Pumpkin Pudding

*Before starting, taste test pumpkin pie filling. If spices are too strong, use plain canned pumpkin and add your own cinnamon, ginger, and cloves at the end.

1 pint half and half

1/2 cup water + unflavored gelatine

1 can pumpkin pie filling

1/4 cup (or to taste) maple syrup

½ tsp vanilla

In ½ cup, room temperature, water add 2 tbsp unflavored gelatine. Stir with fork to break up clumps. Let sit till firm. (If not firm after a few minutes, add more gelatine and stir again.)  If it holds in place when held at a 90 degree angle, it’s firm enough.

In a pot, over medium heat, add half and half (whipping cream will also work). When it starts to bubble, add geletin, whisking constantly for about 1 minute.

Add pumpkin pie filling, continue whisking for another minute. Remove from heat, add vanilla and syrup. Pour through a strainer into small dessert cups.

Refrigerate over night.

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