Farmer's Market Organic Pumpkin Puree -- 15 oz
Good organic pumpkin puree
I use pumpkin puree for my dog and this one is great. It's organic and in a box and not a can, which I like. It seems to last quite a while in the fridge. My dog loves it.
March 15, 2015
This product tastes great and is very easy to use for baking. Much easier than actually baking a pumpkin & scooping out the seeds, then smashing the rest. Also, it is completely unseasoned (which I prefer); so you can add all your chosen spices in your amounts.
January 18, 2015
Good pumpkin, great container!
This pumpkin is easy to use in any recipe, and the box is easier to save than a can. It's organic and unsweetened, so you'll need to season it for the best flavor. I like cinnamon, pumpkin pie spice, and walnuts.
December 7, 2014
excellent pumpkin flavor and texture
I was on here to buy some of my favorite brand of pumpkin when I noticed Peter Piper's scathing review. I wanted to address it to help with any confusion it may cause. If you are accustomed to using Libby's for pumpkin pie, this will be different in texture and color. Libby's uses a specific kind of pumpkin, the Dickinson pumpkin, which is grown primarily as a "pie" pumpkin. Many other canned pumpkin companies actually use squash. The Libby's pumpkins are richer in hue. However, not being a fan of pumpkin pie, I have never used my canned pumpkin for that purpose- but I do use Farmer's Market Organic pumpkin puree on a very regular basis to make pumpkin butter, which we eat year round, and pumpkin bread. I have also made delicious pumpkin cake with it. To me, it has the most natural, true-to-life pumpkin flavor (and the packaging is BPA free, which is important to me since it is a product we use regularly). If you are a pumpkin pie enthusiast, this may not be the one for you (also, note that this is the plain PUREE, not the PUMPKIN PIE FILLING), but we love it and use it all the time.
August 26, 2014
Absolutely horrid, disgusting product
I cannot believe this "product" (I wouldn't call it a food) got a remotely positive review, let alone two of them.
This is by far the worst canned pumpkin I have ever experienced. I make a lot of pumpkin pies (throughout the year, not just around holidays) and have tried several name and store brands. None are as good as Libby's but all are much better than this.
When you open a can of this stuff you are confronted with a sticky gelatinous mess. It's noticeably pale and off-color compared to Libby's (and most other brands). All that wouldn't matter if it tasted good. However the flavor in a pie was bad too. Just about any homemade pumpkin pie is a lot better than most store ones, but this one I couldn't eat. The garbage disposal ate most of it.
The second and last time I tried this I opened the can and was so revolted I threw it out and opened a can of Libby's. (There was a second time, after enough years had passed that I'd forgotten the exact brand, and didn't realize it until I opened the can and saw the slop and then remembered this was the baby poo pumpkin. I shall never forget again!)
And finally a mildly funny anecdote. I was chatting with a co-worker who bakes a lot (and brings the goods into work -- she's good) and my pumpkin pie fetish came up. She spontaneously warned me to stay away from this brand! I was not surprised; any decent person who had ever tried it would do the same.
It's truly sad that this product is so bad, as there are not many (if any) other organic canned pumpkins to choose from.
June 25, 2014