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What can you make with a left-over jack-o'-lantern without using an oven?

It has to be something to eat.

5 Responses to What can you make with a left-over jack-o'-lantern without using an oven?

  • Mark B says:

    Nothing is NOT the answer. Depending on how long and what the weather conditions of your jack-o-lantern have been submitted to is what determines whether or not your pumpkin has more uses. Now if your pumpkin is showing signs of decay, I would toss it. I cut my pumpkins two days ago for today and since I live in Florida the weather is already making them cave in a bit. But if you’re in a cold climate (And if so, where are the bugs? Sleeping!) and your pumpkin as preserved itself well, you can do the following:

    Cut the pumpkin into sections, check for any kind of rot or mushy pumpkin meat. (If it’s mushy, you’re prob done.) Any scorching from the candle? I burn tea lights in mine so there never is any. Rinse well and pat dry. If you wanna be super clean about it you can slice off the first bit all around. Place in a microwave and cook each piece for about 4-5min or until you can put a fork through them. Let cool.

    Scrape the meat from the skin and ring it out through a towel or mesh cloth and get all that water out of there. Put it through a food processor until well pureed. You now have pureed pumpkin which can freeze up to 6mo in a container or you can follow this recipe for a no bake pumpkin pie.

    http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/no-bake-pumpkin-pie-i/detail.aspx

    People get so picky about food stuffs. What do you think we were doing before refrigeration? And when people carved gourds for Halloween years ago, believe me, they were NOT just throwing out perfectly good food just because it had a face on it. Good luck!

  • Art Vandelay says:

    nothing. it has been sitting in the sun for days with all sorts of bugs crawling in and out of it. it surely will make you sick if you try to eat it. you may as well be asking if we would eat an egg salad sandwich we found near a park bench.

  • ckngbbbls says:

    nothing. It has been open too long.
    If you had a real candle in it, then there is soot and burnt debris as well.
    Next year, when you do a jack-o-lantern, take some extra time and scrape out as much flesh as possible after the seeds and strings are gone. It makes the skin thinner and actually easier to carve.
    And best of all, no waste.

  • Mia says:

    Nothing that I know of. Since it has been outside for days, a ton of bugs and critters have probably been eating the inside. I’m sorry…. But, maybe this link could help you! http://naomi-szeben.suite101.com/uses-for-leftover-jack-olanterns-a76397

  • PNut Mom says:

    Nothing. You cannot eat it at this point. However, you can put it in your garden for fertilizer. This way it will eventually turn into something you can eat!

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