This homemade sugar free pumpkin butter is a simple spread make with real butter for all your fall treats. Grab your favorite butter (or make it yourself) and add pumpkin puree and a dash of fall spices, then whipped to a creamy consistency! Spread on low carb bagels and breads for an extra boost of pumpkin flavor.
Sugar Free Pumpkin Butter
Light and fluffy butter flavored with real pumpkin and a combination of fall spices!
Warning. You are going to be tempted to eat this butter by the the spoonful. It’s that good and I’m not going to stop you because despite what the American Heart Association has proclaimed for decades,
Saturated fats won’t kill you!
So grab a spoon and eat the butter! While you are digging in may I suggest topping this delicious butter on Low Carb Pumpkin Spice Bagels or Sweet Potato Waffles?
Flavored butter is not only simple to make, but you can really jazz up the flavor when lathering it on foods like toast, but when adding a dollop to a plate of Banana Bread Pancakes you are going to experience a whole new level of deliciousness!
Ready for another tasty idea? Have you tried bulletproof coffee yet? It’s a coffee drink blended with healthy fats for energy that lasts for hours! Sometimes I blend up a cup in the morning before heading to the office, and I’m completely satisfied through lunch time.
Give this Bulletproof Coffee Recipe an try and instead of adding plain (unsalted) butter use this Sugar Free Pumpkin Spice Butter for a creamy frothy cup of heaven!
Homemade Sugar Free Pumpkin Butter Recipe
Creamy homemade sugar free pumpkin butter for all your fall treats. Unsalted butter is whipped until fluffy then flavored with pumpkin puree and a dash of fall spices!
- 1 8 ounce butter, European style unsalted at room temperture
- 3 tablespoons pumpkin puree
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
- 2 teaspoons sugar alternative, confectioners style like Swerve
How long does this stay fresh in your refrigerator?
Hi Megan, butter will last for over a month, but since this has pumpkin puree in it you will want to use it in a week.
Can you use regular canned pumpkin instead of pumpkin purée? Or do you actually have to use pumpkin purée only? I’ve never used pumpkin purée in my recipes, I only use canned pumpkin in my recipes. Is there really that much of a difference between the two? Thanks
You can definitely use canned pumpkin. The taste will be the same. Enjoy!
This stuff is delicious, a great addition to pumpkin bread!
This sounds lovely. I’d like to try it on pancakes too. And maybe some crumpets, because I’m English but love anything pumpkin spice 🙂
Meee too! Pumpkin Spice is my favorite Fall falvor!
Jennifer A Stewart
Every year my Mother In Law makes apple butter but I am going to wow her with this recipe!!
What a nice surprise! Hope she like it 🙂
Sandra, you have won my heart with this one!! The photos alone are enough to make me drool — I have to try this!!
Thank, Michaels! Put this on your banana pancakes!
Wow! This sounds so delicious! I need to make some up ASAP to put on my toast!
Sometimes the easiest recipes are the best ones! Hope you give this a try, Madi!
Love this!!! What an easy way to add a ton of flavor to so many things! I need to smear some on a toasted english muffin like asap!
From ok, to fab in the flavor department for sure 🙂
What a delicious flavor booster! Such a treat to use this on toast in the morning, but I love your suggestion to add it to coffee – WOW! That sounds like a delicious homemade latte, what a treat!
The latte is the best! So easy too. I have a hand held frother that works great for homemade coffee drinks.
Dan from Platter Talk
O.M. G. Homemade pumpkin butter that’s sugar free to boot? What a genius idea and one that I would never have thought of! Thanks for this great idea my friend!
I love this time of year because I can go crazy with pumpkin spice flavors! Thanks, Dan!
This sounds amazing and the thought of putting it on banana bread pancakes has me drooling!
Yes, to all those fabulous options!
Healthy World Cuisine
Loving this idea and will go perfectly on your pumpkin spiced low carb bagels. Wishing you a super weekend!