Baked Peanut-Filled Pumpkin Patties



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A telltale sign of the arrival of autumn and harvest time is the presence of all sizes and kinds of pumpkins. This humble vegetable (or fruit?) is far more than just a festive symbol. Pumpkins are delicious and very low in calories yet good source of vitamins, fibers and antioxidants. The golden colour and sweet, mellow taste adapts really well to many flavours and wonderful in all kinds of autumnal dishes. So if you've been searching for a healthy and tasty autumn snack recipe, go ahead and try this quick and delectable pumpkin recipe!

Pumpkin DoughPeanut Filling
  • 1 Small Hokkaido pumpkin
  • 120 g Whole grain spelt flour
  • 1/2 tsp Pumpkin pie spice blend (or cinnamon) 1-2 tbsp Brown sugar
  • Sesame seeds
  • Poppy seeds
  • 2 tbsp Olive oil
  • 200 g Roasted peanut, chopped
  • 80 g Butter, melted
  • 100 g Powdered sugar
  1. Cut the pumpkin in half. Scrape out the seeds and pulp from the center. Place pumpkin halves on a baking sheet, cut side down, and roast in a 180C/350F for 45 minutes, or until pumpkin is fork-tender. Peel off the skin from the pumpkin. Place them in a blender and process until smooth. You need about 500 grams of pumpkin puree. Store the rest in the freezer for the later use.
  2. Mix the pumpkin puree, whole grain spelt flour, and spice in a bowl. Mix until the dough is smooth. Add more flour if needed. Stir together the chopped peanut, melted butter and powdered sugar in a bowl.
  3. Divide dough into 28 portions and shape each into a ball. Flatten each dough into a round, fill the center with a teaspoon of peanut filling. Gather the edges to enclose the filling. Coat the ball with sesame or poppy seeds. Lightly press it down to flatten the ball.
  4. Grease a baking tray with olive oil. Place the pumpkin patties on the tray and bake at 180C/350F for 20 minutes.

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88 comments:

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) 28/9/11 16:35

nowadays i also like to use pumpkin in baking, will keep this nice recipe and try it soon. Thanks for sharing

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Cristina 28/9/11 16:38

These patties are so perfect and professionally presented. How do you get them so uniform in size? I could sit down with a glass of milk or cup of hot tea and enjoy a plate of these right now! Nicely done, Angie. ;)

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 28/9/11 16:45

What a great idea! I really like that choice of filling.

Cheers,

Rosa

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steve @ the black peppercorn 28/9/11 16:57

I love pumpkin and these look so awesome. Great pics as they show off the food very well!

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Ah Tze 28/9/11 16:59

These patties look lovely, a special recipe to use pumpkin! not sure why poppy seeds is not selling in Singapore.

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Erica 28/9/11 17:04

What a wonderful idea! Delicious fall treat, Angie!

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Honey Bee Sweets 28/9/11 17:14

This is very special! I bet the texture is special too, creamy and crunchy all in a bite, yum! :)indeed a nice fall desert to serve. Thanks!

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Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen 28/9/11 17:15

My husband asked just the other day is it time for pumpkins yet. He will love these.
Sam

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Foodness Gracious 28/9/11 17:18

Awesome as always and fantastic colors, you have inspired me to get of my butt and do a fall post!
Take care and following you on Twitter now...

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Lyndsey 28/9/11 17:20

These look fun and different and yummy! I know my daughter would love these, I have to pick up some pumpkin!

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Anncoo 28/9/11 17:22

This is simply delicious and healthy but I don't think I can find pumpkin pie spice here. Can I just omit the spice?

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Happy Cook / Finla 28/9/11 17:31

Beautiful and love the two colors.

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yummylittlecooks 28/9/11 18:16

Simply delicious and healthy patties.My girls will love.

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Russell at Chasing Delicious 28/9/11 18:17

Wow these guys look incredible! The recipe sounds scrumptious too. They're so pretty I don't know if I could eat them though.

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aipi 28/9/11 18:34

That's a genius recipe ~ too good Angie!
USMasala

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Foodycat 28/9/11 19:16

What a treat! These look so tasty!

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Michael Toa 28/9/11 19:20

How delicious. I especially love the ones covered in poppy seeds.

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Umm Mymoonah 28/9/11 19:42

Yumm! Love that crunchy bite of peanut in the middle of soft patties.

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EliFla 28/9/11 20:09

what colors...and they must be very good!!! Ciao Flavia

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sweetcarolinescooking.com 28/9/11 20:19

What a clever idea...these just scream fall! I'm sure they were absolutely delicious. Hope you're having a great day. xx

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Tina 28/9/11 20:21

This is a stunning and unique recipe that is perfect for fall snacking! Nice creative post-glad you have shared this recipe. Yum!

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Cassie @ Bake Your Day 28/9/11 20:40

The sesame seeds sound like a perfect addition. I would eat way too many of these I'm sure!

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RavieNomNoms 28/9/11 20:55

AH-MAZING!! This is so great....thank you very much for sharing it. These are just simply divine

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Belinda @zomppa 28/9/11 21:21

Pumpkin and peanut butter? Are you for real? These should be sold at premium.

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Tanvi@Sinfully Spicy 28/9/11 21:46

I love the idea of filling! These cookies look great to snack on.

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Ilke 28/9/11 22:37

That is one sweet treat. I will try it if I am allowed to use canned pumpkin puree :) So nice to do some catching up on your blog. Work was so hectic, I could not visit blogs for a while. Good to be back :)

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Joy 28/9/11 22:49

Oh wow. That looks so good.

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Torviewtoronto 28/9/11 23:08

delicious looking patties looks wonderful

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kankana 28/9/11 23:49

U know Pumpkins are my favorite vegetable and these patties would be so perfect for snack!

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claudia @Whats Cookin 28/9/11 23:56

beautiful colors such a fall feeling here love it!

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Kelly 29/9/11 00:28

You're so creative Angie - I love the way you fashion new delights out of familiar ingredients. Looks so great too!

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sensiblecooking 29/9/11 00:49

This is beautifully, yummyly fall inspired. Love it.

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Rosita Vargas 29/9/11 01:19

Colores hermosos una creación genial,abrazos grandes,hugs hugs.

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edith 29/9/11 03:16

Angie, these looks soooo gorgeous, you definitely has a flair to make it looks good and taste good.

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Ann 29/9/11 03:34

These are fantastic! What a stunning cookie!

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Reeni 29/9/11 03:36

I just want to stare at these all night! You make the best-looking food! And the most delicious - I can't wait to do some cooking with pumpkin.

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Words Of Deliciousness 29/9/11 04:37

These patties are a work of art. They sound delicious.

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Anne@frommysweetheart 29/9/11 04:37

Angie...you always have the most beautiful, creative and original recipes! Peanuts and pumpkins....wow. These look fabulous!

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Elin 29/9/11 06:32

This is lovely...great healthy snacks. I have bookmarked this. Angie, I have bookmarked so many recipes and the list is getting longer and longer :) everything is delicious...hahaha I am greedy alright :p

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kitchen flavours 29/9/11 07:19

Looks beautiful, delicious and addictive! Love this!

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Premalatha Aravindhan 29/9/11 08:16

wow amazing recipe,luks so tempting...

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Elies_Lie 29/9/11 09:42

Ohh... another pumkin recipe! I love this! lovely, yummy & not to mention healthy! another way *again* to enjoy pumpkin!
look likes everyone on the outside Indonesia having a "fall feeling"?
those orange-red leaves makes the pic looks beautifuly misterious! in a great way of coz! :)
tq for sharing the recipe angie!
Pumpkin be writen for the grocery list to buy next saturday = check!
Buzzed! ;)

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Sharmilee! :) 29/9/11 09:53

Perfect round shapes you have got as if drawn with a compass :) looks so perfect and interesting too

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thecompletecookbook 29/9/11 10:45

I bet my hubby would love these! They looks great Angie.
Have a happy day.
:-) Mandy

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Priya 29/9/11 11:32

Wow patties looks damn delicious, love that filling..

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Joanne 29/9/11 13:25

Um wow. So you've gone and combined my two favorite things here. How did you know?

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Lisa @ Tarte du Jour 29/9/11 13:38

Wow, these are lovely and so unique! They are indeed putting me in the mood for fall!

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Velva 29/9/11 14:26

Pumpkin ia an autumn favorite-Although autumn arrives late here in North Florida. I look forward to the autumn foods.

Your pumpkin peanut patties are unique- love it.

Velva

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girlichef 29/9/11 14:48

These sound awesome, Angie...love the roasted peanuts inside-awesome, plus, they're beautiful :D

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Lizzy 29/9/11 15:17

What a unique, delicious fall treat! They are truly beautiful~

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Peggy 29/9/11 16:41

What a great pumpkin-inspired treat!

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Gina 29/9/11 17:02

Angie,
These are perfect for Halloween! I love the black sesame seeds, i recently got some and wanted to make something with them.
-Gina-

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Sarah Naveen 29/9/11 17:16

nice recipe..pics are awesome....!!wow!!

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Sutapa 29/9/11 17:54

Woooow! I love this pumpkin patties , crunchy inside and soft outside and perfect sesame coating ......great creation!

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Cherine 29/9/11 18:14

Those patties look so tempting!

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Ivy 29/9/11 19:49

Angie, these look sooo good.

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cookingvarieties 29/9/11 20:11

hi angie, great photos, patties well captured.
they sound delicious too. i love pumpkins/winter squashes, quite nostalgic about this veggie/ fruit

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Sylvia@peachesanddonuts 29/9/11 21:46

Wow!! These looks so amazing! Do they have a chewy texture?

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Eva@ kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com 30/9/11 00:28

What an interesting recipe. There are a lot of pumpkin recipes these days...fall is certainly on the horizon!

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Raina 30/9/11 02:57

These are so pretty and different from any other pumpkin recipe I have seen. They sound delicious:)

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Reem | Simply Reem 30/9/11 04:23

WONDERFUL!!!!
What a great idea...
Perfect for fall.

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Pachecopatty 30/9/11 06:06

I noticed the pumpkins piled up in front of the market today, it's that time of year! I've been thinking about baking with pumpkin but have been looking for something out of the ordinary like your peanut filled pumpkin pastries;-) It sounds like a wonderfully delicious combination and they certainly look beautiful, thanks again for sharing Angie.

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RAKS KITCHEN 30/9/11 06:32

Wonderful! Perfectly done...looks so appetizing!

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Lisa H. 30/9/11 11:20

beautiful patties.... Halloween is round the corner and this is excellent to use the 'dug out' pumpkin flesh :D

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lena 30/9/11 14:07

havent seen anything like this..sounds so special!!

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Shannon@JustAsDelish 30/9/11 14:44

oh wow these look so pretty and delicious! haven't tried baking with pumpkin yet, have saved this recipe to try.
and Angie, you have been given an award - by ME! Do drop by my blog to pick up the award ok?

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FOODESSA 30/9/11 15:09

Well, I weren't in the spirit of Autumn, I'm sure convinced that the welcome wagon has arrived on this season...love these treats. Gorgeous photo capture Angie ;O)

Have a great weekend and flavourful wishes,
Claudia

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lisa is cooking 30/9/11 15:17

I do love all things pumpkin right now. These look great with the poppy seeds and sesame seeds on the outside!

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Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook 30/9/11 16:50

You keep coming up with the most amazing recipes, these are no exception, they look delicious.

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Elisabeth 30/9/11 17:27

I've never seen or tasted pumpkin patties before! Such a delicious and flavorful treat. This is one healthy snack that I would recommend to children and adults, alike. Perfect fall treat!
xoxo

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Allison 30/9/11 18:17

I am a true pumpkin lover and have never seen anything like this before. I am dying to try these. Pumpkin in a snack ... I am sold!

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Gloria 30/9/11 18:51

These pumpkin patties look amazing!!!! like all you make! gloria

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Geni 30/9/11 19:35

These look heavenly. How unique and what a great treat to usher in Fall.

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Junia 30/9/11 20:12

oooo pumpkin bread with peanut filling! i've never eaten Hokkaido pumpkin but i am sure i've seen it before. you have the uniquest recipes on this blog! i love it!

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tigerfish 30/9/11 20:55

They look like cookies to me :P and I will pack them in any of my road trips as "energy" food.

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Xiaolu @ 6 Bittersweets 30/9/11 23:28

What a unique way to use peanut -- I'd love to try these!

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Ashley@Bakerbynature 1/10/11 02:25

What a glorious pumpkin recipe to welcome Fall!

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Barbara Bakes 1/10/11 04:14

Love the black and orange colors. Perfect for the season. They sound delicious!

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Victor 1/10/11 04:39

I love to make these patties with my mom. We keep our version simple no filling and no coating. We use sweet potatoes instead of pumpkin. Your version worth trying, I'll let my mom know.

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Sanjeeta kk 1/10/11 09:01

Just amazed at your culinary skills, Angie! Love these patties...and what gorgeous clicks.

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Barbara 1/10/11 12:14

It's pumpkin season again! Hooray! These are really unusual, Angie. You are so clever! I love the idea of a fun-to-make treat that's healthy to boot.

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Lora 1/10/11 17:38

These are autumn in a cookie. Just perfect, flavorful and beautiful.

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Mary 3/10/11 07:12

I love all the pumpkin recipes that are popping up this month. These cookies sound delicious. I've never made anything like them!

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Jenn 3/10/11 14:45

How wonderful these patties look and sound! Very unique... that's what I love about your site!!

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Kumi 3/10/11 21:31

Oh, I think my pumpkins will be very happy to turn into these patties!!

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My Little Space 4/10/11 13:35

Oooo... these patties look terrific! I wonder how it tastes. Must be terribly yummy. Thanks for another fabulous recipe, dear.
Kristy

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Sandra 4/10/11 19:24

Great idea and beautiful pictures.

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