As you see from the photo below, the brûléed pumpkin pie top is looking divinely scrumptious and beautiful at the same time. You could even place a few leaves cut-outs, or acorn cut-outs, or even pumpkin cut-outs (made from the leftover pie crust dough) on top of the pie before you serve it to your guests for a fun little addition.
I recommend brûléing the pumpkin pie ONLY right before you are about to serve it to your guests... that way you have this perfectly-cooled pumpkin pie filling topped with a warm, crunchy top that pairs so divinely together. I also recommend serving each slice with a little dollop of whip cream and crushed pecans for the ultimate tasty bite.
Each slice really is a small glimpse into Heaven... the pumpkin pie filling is creamy and soft, yet firm enough to cut perfect slices every time.
The funny part is that the pictures make the pie crust look burnt; however, let me a sure you that the pie crust is ONLY chocolate-flavored... with no hint of burnt-flavors... LOL
It is time to grab our aprons and begin baking holiday goodness!!
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