Vegan Cupcakes Take Over The World

September 17, 2007

Pumpkin Pie Brownie

Filed under: Baking Porn,Holiday Cupcakes,Non-Cupcake Objects,Recipes — by isachandra @ 12:10 pm

Thank Zod for autumn. I have 6 cans of pumpkin in my pantry that need to get outta’ there and make room for something else. I don’t even know where they came from, it’s possible that I just kept forgetting if I had any canned pumpkin and my collection grew and grew, or it could be the canned pumpkin fairy. And I can’t eat pumpkin in warm weather, it throws off my equilibrium.

Last night I made these Pumpkin Pie Brownies. It’s a brownie base with pumpkin in the batter and then pumpkin pie filling is poured on top and they bake together in perfect harmony. Obviously, these would be like gold at any Halloween event.

Recipe has been added, just click “more.”

Note: A 15 or 16 ounce can of pumpkin will equal the 2 cups of pumpkin needed for this recipe.


For the brownie layer

4 ounce bittersweet chocolate, melted

1 cup canned or pureed pumpkin

3/4 cup sugar

1/4 cup canola oil

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

3/4 cup flour

1/4 cup dutch processed cocoa powder

1 tablespoon tapioca flour (or arrowroot or corn starch)

1/4 teaspoon baking soda

1/4 teaspoon salt

For the pumpkin pie layer

1 cup canned or pureed pumpkin

2 tablespoons tapioca flour (or use arrowroot or cornstarch)

1/2 cup non-dairy milk (I used soy)

1/3 cup sugar

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

1/4 teaspoon ground ginger

1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon

pinch ground nutmeg

pinch ground allspice

To decorate:

A handful of chocolate chips


Preheat oven to 350 F. Grease a 9 inch springform pan, or use a 9 inch square pan, preferably lined with parchment paper.

To make the brownie layer:

Melt the chocolate (I still don’t need to tell you how to melt chocolate, right?).

In a large mixing bowl mix together pumpkin, sugar, oil and vanilla. Sift in the flour, cocoa powder, tapioca, baking soda and salt and stir to combine, then mix in the melted chocolate.

To make the pumpkin layer:

Mix all ingredients in a large mixing bowl and stir until thoroughly combined.

To assemble:

Use a spatula to spread the brownie layer into the prepared baking pan, taking care to bring the batter to the edges of the pan. Pour the pumpkin layer over it, leaving a little room at the edges if you can. Bake for 30 minutes, until the pumpkin layer looks fairly firm (a little jiggling is okay) and has cracked at the edges a bit.

Let cool for 20 minutes and then transfer to the fridge to set for at least an hour and a half. Once set, decorate with chocolate chips and serve.



  1. I would love this recipe! That looks delicious. I’ve been trying to convince my fellow engineering students that vegan food is good food, and I think some pumpkin pie brownies might just convert someone.

    Comment by Jamie. — September 17, 2007 @ 12:39 pm |Reply

  2. Yes yes! Recipe pleeeease!

    Comment by S. from The Student Stomach — September 17, 2007 @ 12:43 pm |Reply

  3. Yums! I third the recipe request!

    Comment by Alanna — September 17, 2007 @ 12:45 pm |Reply

  4. Yes, please! I’m in charge of the vegan treats at a community Halloween party next month.

    Comment by Ashlee — September 17, 2007 @ 12:50 pm |Reply

  5. Yes pleeeeeease!!!!

    Comment by Jenn — September 17, 2007 @ 1:04 pm |Reply

  6. Recipe, please! I’m in a total pumpkin mood these days. Yay autumn.

    Comment by Steph — September 17, 2007 @ 1:10 pm |Reply

  7. recipe me!

    Comment by rose — September 17, 2007 @ 1:44 pm |Reply

  8. Recipe please!

    Comment by Danielle — September 17, 2007 @ 1:47 pm |Reply

  9. Definitely would love a recipe for those!! Mmmm Mmm.

    Comment by Vegan_Noodle — September 17, 2007 @ 2:43 pm |Reply

  10. Said food p0rn just forced me to purchase both of your books.


    Comment by Danielle — September 17, 2007 @ 3:00 pm |Reply

  11. I need the recipe asap please don’t force me to try to make it on my own

    Comment by Shanna — September 17, 2007 @ 3:44 pm |Reply

  12. Can’t wait for the recipe! Perhaps you should brave the trip to NJ again and bring them to the Halloween potluck! 🙂

    Comment by glittergirl — September 17, 2007 @ 4:19 pm |Reply

  13. Please post this recipe. . . i love baking and i am a proud vegan going on 10 years please post my family will only eat things that taste good so i am always lloking for things they will love and so will i . . thanks

    Mel Mel

    Comment by Mel Mel — September 17, 2007 @ 6:16 pm |Reply

  14. I second (or fourteenth) all those calls for a recipe – they look fantastic. Chocolate and pumpkin – so good!

    Comment by Cara — September 17, 2007 @ 6:18 pm |Reply

  15. Please can we get the recipe, I need it in case I need to apologise to my girlfriend. 😉 When did Noah build the ark?

    Comment by Mike — September 17, 2007 @ 6:44 pm |Reply

  16. I’d love the recipe – they sound delicious!

    Comment by Kate — September 17, 2007 @ 7:02 pm |Reply

  17. the recipe would be great! i’m pretty sure everyone above me agrees 🙂

    Comment by Hilary — September 17, 2007 @ 7:32 pm |Reply

  18. Recipe, please! Anything pumpkin is wonderful

    Comment by Liz — September 17, 2007 @ 8:40 pm |Reply

  19. get out of my brain! i just went through the cupboard and found a few cans of pumpkin living there, presumably from zod-knows-when. i think they mate there, actually.

    yes. a recipe would be delightful. thanks 🙂

    Comment by wrekehavoc — September 17, 2007 @ 9:21 pm |Reply

  20. Please, please pose the recipe!!~

    Comment by fran — September 17, 2007 @ 9:37 pm |Reply

  21. yes please!!
    Pumpkin and chocolate together? mmmm!

    Comment by Kanuck — September 17, 2007 @ 9:41 pm |Reply

  22. Would love a recipe! Thanks!!

    Comment by Fairly Odd Mother — September 17, 2007 @ 9:48 pm |Reply

  23. holy crap. I would love to make those! Please, please, please post the recipe! The canned pumpkin fairy was at my apartment, too, it seems.

    Comment by SaraJane — September 18, 2007 @ 11:30 am |Reply

  24. hell yes. need the recipe. I would love to make thoes!!

    Comment by mz_pinkie — September 18, 2007 @ 3:00 pm |Reply

  25. My two fav. things!!! You have to post the recipe.thanks

    Comment by Ashley — September 18, 2007 @ 4:25 pm |Reply

  26. I have a stock of canned pumpkin as well…post the recipe…they look yummy and i’m preggers (=cravings)

    Comment by horticulture — September 18, 2007 @ 5:14 pm |Reply

  27. What is it about pumpkin that is so perfect in the early fall? I would love this recipe! These look beautiful.

    Comment by Cakespy — September 19, 2007 @ 12:39 pm |Reply

  28. please please post!!!!!!!!!

    mmm. pumpkin.

    Comment by laura — September 19, 2007 @ 1:43 pm |Reply

  29. I would love a recipe! That looks AMAZING!

    Comment by Maya — September 19, 2007 @ 6:02 pm |Reply

  30. Um… yum!

    Comment by Weasley — September 20, 2007 @ 12:02 am |Reply

  31. Yes I want the recipe!!! I also have several cans of pumpkin sitting around taking up space.

    Comment by Dana — September 20, 2007 @ 12:46 pm |Reply

  32. I adore all things pumpkin.

    Recipe too, please!

    Comment by karrie — September 22, 2007 @ 12:53 pm |Reply

  33. The recie has been added. Now get off my lawn pesky kids!

    Comment by isachandra — September 22, 2007 @ 5:00 pm |Reply

  34. Thank you Isa! I can’t wait to try these at work.

    Comment by destinyskitchen — September 24, 2007 @ 2:18 am |Reply

  35. Isa- I’ve seen a lot of products that dont contain milk but it says on the package that it is made on machines that also make products that contain dairy. If I use it, will it still be considered vegan?

    Comment by Tine — September 24, 2007 @ 7:52 pm |Reply

  36. Tine – I consider those products to be vegan friendly. There are so many gray areas that 100% vegan is impossible (like our fruit being pollinated by bees, animals killed in grain agriculture, and our vegan food being processed right alongside food with dairy, to name a few). So avoid the major offenders and when the vegan revolution comes we won’t have to worry about milk chocolate chips sullying our vegan ones.

    Comment by isachandra — September 25, 2007 @ 12:01 pm |Reply

  37. Isa-
    Is it baking powder or soda? I used soda b/c I remembered from an episode of Arthur (as in the aardvark) that it’s soda for brownies and powder for cake, but I’m wonder a bit which you meant. Powder is listed in the ingredients and soda in the method. I tested these about an hour ago for a party this saturday, and they’re perfect!!

    Comment by Alanna — September 25, 2007 @ 5:47 pm |Reply

  38. Alanna – thanks for catching that! It IS baking soda and I always mess up directions with that very mistake. I will fix it.

    Comment by isachandra — September 25, 2007 @ 8:58 pm |Reply

  39. question: i made these, and they were oh so delicious. however… would it really work in a 9″ round pan like it would in a 9″ square pan? shouldn’t it be 8″? i’m a math nerd. please forgive me.

    i made them in an 8″ square pan and they are gooey and yummy and sitting happily in my tummy.

    Comment by rose — September 26, 2007 @ 6:00 pm |Reply

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  41. mine came out underbaked even after an extra 10 minutes, but my roommate still said these were the best dessert i’ve ever made. and i’ve made a lot of dessert.

    Comment by michelle crocodile — October 2, 2007 @ 2:42 am |Reply

  42. do you think these would work with maple syrup or rice syrup or even agave as a sub for the sugar? i’d like to make these for a diabetic friend’s birthday that’s coming up who loves pumpkin. they look so awesome!

    Comment by icy — October 4, 2007 @ 3:10 am |Reply

  43. Yumm. I had an adorable buttercup squash telling me it wanted to marry some chocolate. So I happily obliged. I roasted the squash til soft and let it cool. I had been baking all morning so I was getting tired of all that precise measuring so I sorta winged it. But it turned out oh so yummy. I baked it for an additional 10 minutes and it’s perfect. I brownie base will definitely be used on it’s own in the future too.

    Comment by Caitlin — October 7, 2007 @ 4:15 pm |Reply

  44. Oooh, scrummy. That butternut squash in the fridge is calling me…

    Comment by Kate Saltfleet — October 8, 2007 @ 4:07 am |Reply

  45. Oh geez, I have a butternut squash in the fridge as well… perhaps I’ll try that next time. Currently the pumpkin brownies are chilling and I’m dying to try it! =D

    Comment by Shauna — October 8, 2007 @ 11:34 pm |Reply

  46. This was awesome! The perfect end to a tofurky feast!

    Comment by Ali — October 9, 2007 @ 4:19 pm |Reply

  47. IT is absolutely crab!!!:(

    Comment by lila — October 10, 2007 @ 10:50 am |Reply

  48. I want some ppppllllllllleeeeeeeeesssssssseeeeeee!!!!1!!:)

    Comment by lila — October 10, 2007 @ 10:52 am |Reply

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  50. damn it i f**kin love pumpkin. i’m gonna make this with fresh pumpkin

    Comment by a messenger of the doom — October 14, 2007 @ 8:29 pm |Reply

  51. Do you still need to use Dutch-processed cocoa if it’s baking soda instead of baking powder? I thought that Dutched cocoa was for use in things with baking powder.

    Comment by QXW — October 17, 2007 @ 5:42 pm |Reply

  52. You are AWESOME!!! ^_^

    Comment by MEL — October 21, 2007 @ 11:54 am |Reply

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  54. These came out sooo good. I have my non-vegan friends demanding the recipe. I served them with soyatoo whipped topping and it was a huge hit.

    Comment by katie — October 25, 2007 @ 2:58 am |Reply

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  56. These turned out _great_. I’m vegetarian and my vegan boyfriend and I loved these. Thanks for the awesome recipe.

    Comment by pandj — October 29, 2007 @ 7:48 pm |Reply

  57. Oh man… on the up-side, these double beautifully. On the down side, the up side of my double batch fell down and hit the floor and I couldn’t serve any of it. On another note, after making these twice to get them just right, I can report that tapioca works about a million, billion times better than corn starch.

    Comment by Jill — October 30, 2007 @ 10:11 pm |Reply

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  59. WOW! I made this today and eyed it for hours as it set and finally tried it! We love it! It was amazing! Thank you again for another fabulous recipe. (We used the Arrowroot, because it was in the house at the time.)

    Comment by Heather — November 3, 2007 @ 8:51 pm |Reply

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  62. Any thoughts of adapting this fabulous recipe to eliminate refined sugar? Some of us veg heads also try to avoid the sugar blues.

    Comment by jcveggie — November 11, 2007 @ 12:52 pm |Reply

  63. These are so so good! I am looking forward to sharing these with friends and family for Thanksgiving! My mom and I can’t wait to get the “Cupcakes” book! THANKS!

    Comment by Krista — November 21, 2007 @ 4:01 pm |Reply

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  65. Looks fabulous!! I’d cover the whole top with those delicious chocolate chips!

    Comment by julie — February 7, 2008 @ 12:52 pm |Reply

  66. Wow!! That looks beyond good!

    Pumpkin and chocolate are two of my favorite foods!

    Comment by veganseat — March 24, 2008 @ 2:32 pm |Reply

  67. Alright, although it is not autumn, I decided to give these a try anyways since I always have lots of pumpkin laying around. When I tasted the batter I was disappointed, but for no reason, once chilled, it was most delectable, and very gourmet in taste and appearance, even though it was so incredibly simple to make. Perhaps the name should be changed to chocolate pumpkin torte, because we ate it in slices not squares. I will definitely make this again!

    Comment by TheCoopStah — April 25, 2008 @ 2:53 pm |Reply

  68. Wow, this is really delicious… I’ve done it myself too, but replaced refined sugar with brown sugar!

    Comment by Fair trade chocolate — May 6, 2008 @ 3:10 am |Reply

  69. Baking & Pastry career insight needed…
    I’m a propsective student but want to gain more insight. these culinary schools are VERY expensive for coursework lasting only half a year. I’m told by nearly everyone in the industry that it’s rotten to the core, and salaries are dirt cheap. lastly, I’m told that my current job in a bakery can be attained for the same hourly wage regardless if I attended school or not.
    any insight is more than welcome

    Comment by jeff — May 23, 2008 @ 9:47 pm |Reply

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  72. Wow, I think I know what I’m doing with the cans of pumpkin in my cabinet. These look awesome.

    Comment by Barbara — June 24, 2008 @ 10:29 am |Reply

  73. Hi, I am in Australia and we don’t have access to “dutch processed cocoa” here, just regular cocoa. Is there a way I can subsitute? Also, I have loads of fresh pumpkin, if I boil/steam or bake them will that be equivalent to the canned stuff? (i have no idea what is in canned pumpkin, if it contains just straight pumpkin or has added spices I need to account for.).
    SOOOO awesome, love your work,


    Comment by ppunkgoddess — July 1, 2008 @ 7:13 pm |Reply

  74. I made a couple healthy substitutes: Applesauce for Oil, Unsweetened Chocolate for Semi-Sweet, Organic Sugar and Stevia for Regular Sugar and Soy Protein Isolate and Whole Wheat Flour for Flour. They still tasted FABULOUS!

    Comment by Yummy! — July 4, 2008 @ 11:50 am |Reply

  75. I am really perplexed by all the positive comments. I’m really angry I wasted so many ingredients and energy to heat the oven. I wish people who didn’t like it would have been more vocal, to save me the $. I tried this because Weight Watchers has a similar recipe (pumpkin + chocolate cake mix) and everyone raves about it. This is dish is very very very bad. I had to throw it out and brush my teeth to get the flavor and texture out of my mouth. Perhaps if you are trying to achieve a lower-fat brownie, substitute applesauce for the egg and oil in a regular brownie recipe. The pumpkin’s strong flavor competes with the chocolate, stays very fibrous, and there is not enough leavening in this recipe. Also, the cook time is way too short; I cooked it 25% longer than the recipe called for and it’s still a pile of goo.

    Comment by imagineaa — July 16, 2008 @ 7:21 pm |Reply

  76. Love pumpkin whether it be in a dessert, casserole or soup. With Fall coming close I am always looking for new recipes thanks for sharing this one:-)

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  77. Looks delicious.

    Comment by Michelle — August 16, 2008 @ 10:04 am |Reply

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  79. This looks AMAZING!!!! Thank You!

    Comment by roo — September 16, 2008 @ 3:35 pm |Reply

  80. Wow! This looks amazing! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Fall is a great time for baking . . . especially with chocolate and pumpkin 🙂

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  82. Not bad! I made them gluten free also and they turned out pretty good. My pumpkin topping was a little more moist than I liked but that didn’t stop me from eating half the pan (out of guilt i stopped to save the other half for hubby).

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  85. I love chocolate and pumpkin, but these were tasteless.

    If you want a good chocolate pumpkin brownie mixture, here is a great recipe that I tried–and could actually serve to others:

    Comment by Bonnie — October 16, 2008 @ 2:21 pm |Reply

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  87. Hello! I made this recipe and it did not turn out very good. I had such high hopes! But the pumpkin layer was too wet and stayed mushy. It did not turn into pumpkin pie consistency. Also, the brownies weren’t very chocolatey. Any suggestions or tips??

    Comment by CKB — October 21, 2008 @ 5:19 pm |Reply

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  89. pure righteous genius this is. in my belly it must go.

    Comment by Colin Donoghue — October 24, 2008 @ 3:42 pm |Reply

  90. I made these to take to a Halloween party but sadly I don’t think they’re going to last that long! I didn’t use dutched cocoa, used unsweetened chocolate instead of bittersweet (which wasn’t vegan), and used corn starch. My only complaint is that they were TOO chocolatey (but I don’t like chocolate) … they were gooey after coming out of the oven but once they set they were fine, maybe a bit “cakey” when I like my brownies “cookie-y” but my whole non-vegan family just loved them. This was the first thing I’ve ever baked as a vegan and it was a TOTAL hit.

    Comment by Jen — October 31, 2008 @ 1:47 pm |Reply

  91. I made this for my non-vegan mom’s birthday. She loved them, but she will try anything vegan I make. However, my anti-vegan brother and sister-in-law ALSO loved them, and asked me to make them for all the up-coming holidays! Success is sweet! Thank you.

    Comment by Melissa — November 3, 2008 @ 4:42 pm |Reply

  92. MMMM MMMMM MMMMM MMMM MMMMMM! Made this for myself and my house FULL of carnivore roommates, and it went over FANTASTICALLY! I would suggest it with coconut milk whipped ‘cream’ 😉 Thanks for this awesome seasonal treat!

    Comment by Erica — November 7, 2008 @ 2:30 am |Reply

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  94. After eyeing this for quite a while, I finally made it and it was a a major flop!

    I don’t know what happened. I followed everything down to the T. Although it looked pretty, it seemed under cooked and pretty dull tasting. Nobody liked it =(

    Comment by roo — November 12, 2008 @ 6:19 pm |Reply

  95. Hubba-hubba

    Comment by Eric — November 22, 2008 @ 2:11 am |Reply

  96. These were delicious! Made them for the non-vegan fam @ Thanksgiving today. I cooked them about five extra minutes, think they could have perhaps used another ten, as they got reallllllly gooey when warm. But, once chilled again, they were amazing in taste and texture, kind of like a fudge with a pumpkin topping. Anyone who had trouble with them, just keep them cold until the absolute last moment before eating.

    Comment by Lizzie — November 27, 2008 @ 9:48 pm |Reply

  97. OMG! The Pumpkin Pie Brownie’s are soooooo good. My daughter is milk/egg allergic and we’re totally indebted to you for your fabulous recipes. Your Vegan Cupcake book is much beloved at our house and these brownie’s were a big hit over Thanksgiving.

    Comment by Zara's Mom — November 29, 2008 @ 8:51 pm |Reply

  98. sounds really really tasty

    Comment by Heaven — January 1, 2009 @ 2:25 pm |Reply

  99. I’m a natural born carnivore from way back but that doesn’t mean I don’t know a good thing when I see it. Those Pumpkin Brownies look positivly great. I’m going to have to file this one away for next fall (after I see about a batch or two to try ’em out of course)

    Comment by Ed — January 20, 2009 @ 8:16 pm |Reply

  100. Just keep the treats coming , thank you

    Comment by Ron Smith — January 22, 2009 @ 4:07 am |Reply

  101. I would love to have this as one of my recipe. I’ll bake one this weekend.

    Comment by Kitchen Gadgets — March 16, 2009 @ 10:06 am |Reply

  102. This pumpkin pie brownie looks so tasty!

    Comment by Wine Lover — March 31, 2009 @ 1:21 am |Reply

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  104. Hi Terry and Isa

    Your book rocks! I looooovveeee it! It’s so hard to find vegan baking book in my country (Indonesia), so I had to buy it from the internet. But it is really worthwile! My little daughter is allergic to egg and milk, and your book is my hero!
    Oh, yes, I have a question with this recipe.. Can I change chocolate with carob powder? I prefer carob rather than chocolate for my daughter…
    Thanks again!

    Comment by Jenny — April 17, 2009 @ 10:21 am |Reply

  105. The brownie looks yummy. Can’t wait to try the recipe.

    Comment by Bibiana Bailey — April 19, 2009 @ 7:17 pm |Reply

  106. thanks for the recipe!! I learn from it… Hope you will published another one in order i can do another stuff….

    Comment by Article Content — April 27, 2009 @ 3:18 pm |Reply

  107. I intend to make these when I get home. Don’t really care if it’s mid May!

    Comment by Samantha — May 10, 2009 @ 7:54 pm |Reply

  108. be still my heart. I cannot believe I did not know of this blogs existence.

    this is my new cookbook!

    Comment by ghabeheartsyou — May 25, 2009 @ 8:14 pm |Reply

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  110. That is an absolutely genius idea, looks irresistible. I can’t wait to give it a go!

    Comment by Robyn — June 4, 2009 @ 1:07 pm |Reply

  111. My first time making these because my boyfriend loves pumpkin and ate it everyday for years. They’re cooling, just out of the oven now. I can’t wait to sprinkle them with chocolate chips to make it pretty! The best thing I love about vegan brownies is that when they turn out gooey – that’s perfectly fine!

    Comment by veiledtiger — July 2, 2009 @ 1:21 pm |Reply

  112. Taste test time!

    I used cornstarch and was only missing all-spice. Used regular, dark cocoa powder. On first bite – quite a different texture and taste sensation. The brownie is very dense and almost cakey yet brownie batter texture at the same time. The chocolate mostly overpowered the pumpkin unless you ate it upside down. I really like the combination of chocolate and the pumpkin pie spices. Maybe sometime I’ll add those to just the brownies.

    Very sumptuous, voluptuous and filling. I hope my bf likes them when he gets a plateful tomorrow! My mom is also taking a few to work to share with her coworkers. Taking over the world – one vegan dessert at a time! ^_~

    Comment by veiledtiger — July 2, 2009 @ 8:58 pm |Reply

  113. I love these!!! My new favorite desert. Is there anyway I can put this recipe on my site?

    Comment by Vegan recipies — July 31, 2009 @ 10:54 am |Reply

  114. Just had a slice of this pie before it was chilled and it tasted lovely! I think it would go very well with cream or vanilla ice cream.(I am not vegan) i added more cinnamon as just love the taste. Just purchased Vegan Cupcakes Take Over The World, can’t wait to start trying them out! what an amazing little book!

    Comment by Leone Evrenos — August 28, 2009 @ 4:16 pm |Reply

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  120. Yummy!! Gotta try this for the holidays, my son loves pumpkin pie so this will be great – Thanks!

    Comment by R Becklund — October 27, 2009 @ 2:44 pm |Reply

  121. […] n Pumpkin Pie Brownie « Vegan Cupcakes Take Over The World […]

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  122. Wow. I had never thought of making pumpkin pie brownies! I’m definitely going to have to add this to my collection of <a href=""pumpkin pie recipes. Thanks for sharing.

    Comment by Forrest — November 5, 2009 @ 7:03 pm |Reply

  123. Isa,

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    I’ve combed the neighbourhood and snatched some neglected pumpkins so I am able to make this recipe several times before spring comes around.


    Comment by Jared — November 5, 2009 @ 11:29 pm |Reply

  124. Made this for my Halloween party. It was such a hit! I ended up really mad, though, because I made two and while I was away my mom fed one to my brother, so I only ended up getting one slice. D: I’ll definitely make it again.

    Comment by Owen — November 19, 2009 @ 11:17 pm |Reply

  125. Made these brownies last night and they are absolutely delicious! I highly recommend it! Great for chocolate cravings 🙂

    Comment by Chrissy — November 26, 2009 @ 11:26 pm |Reply

  126. I’m super disappointed. I’m making these right now and my timer for 30 minutes went off 15 minutes ago but the pumpkin layer is still liquid! I used arrowroot, but the recipe says that sub is fine! Any suggestions as to what I did wrong??

    Comment by Rachael — December 26, 2009 @ 1:42 am |Reply

    • Perhaps you just need to let the top layer cool and solidify.

      Comment by Jared — December 26, 2009 @ 2:56 am |Reply

  127. Oh man, I want this recipe to use with my other pumpkin pie recipes. I just don’t want to buy a book haha

    Comment by Pumpkin Pie Recipes — January 7, 2010 @ 8:57 pm |Reply

  128. I have to try this… looks awesome

    Comment by Mike B — January 7, 2010 @ 10:05 pm |Reply

  129. I would never think that pumpkin could be a brownie. Looks interesting. I will definitely have to try it.

    Comment by Dan — January 26, 2010 @ 12:22 am |Reply

  130. I am just printing this off now, looks delicious


    Comment by Catherine — February 3, 2010 @ 1:22 pm |Reply

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  132. These look awesome. My wife made me the peanut butter pillows from the book the other day and they were so good. I am going to be blogging about them later I think. Thats how much they rule!

    Comment by SilentRhino — May 2, 2010 @ 3:59 pm |Reply

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  134. The use of pumpkin for this is amazing!!! How creative.

    Comment by Mom — May 16, 2010 @ 1:47 am |Reply

  135. Pumpkin brownies, honestly I never would have thought of it myself but it doesn’t sound half bad.

    Comment by Cupcake Forum — May 30, 2010 @ 11:57 pm |Reply

  136. This looks so amazing! I love love love your site! Cannot wait to make many of your creations! Sotto Il Sol is me and my cousins local organic catering company! We don’t do all vegan but we offer many vegan options! Will try out some of your yummy looking recipes and report back!

    Comment by Sotto Il Sol — June 27, 2010 @ 3:04 am |Reply

  137. […] Isa Chandra of Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World shares a vegan pumpkin pie recipe. […]

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  139. What a weird combination. Pumkin? Sounds interesting.

    Comment by kefalonia holidays — September 7, 2010 @ 8:58 am |Reply

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  142. I am eating the last one right now as I write this! heavenly, absolutely heavenly. It was only OK when I ate it after an hour and a half of it being in the fridge. This is def a brownie to sit in the fridge overnight. The next day, POOF, you have the best brownies ever. Anyone who thinks there is no taste needs to learn to appreciate the simple taste of pumpkin. I love the taste! And my boyfriend, who is not vegan and VERY picky about sweets, loves it. Thanks so much for this recipe! It’s gonna be a staple in my kitchen for many years!

    Comment by Jenny — September 16, 2010 @ 9:29 am |Reply

  143. Making these tomorrow!

    Comment by spicyveg — September 24, 2010 @ 10:12 am |Reply

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  147. This recipe is amazing! I did a few alterations to suit my own needs and it turned out great!
    I only melted 2 ounces of chocolate and I cooked it for about 50 minutes.
    Very delicious. I am making them again for my family for Thanksgiving.

    Comment by Claire Laurie — October 10, 2010 @ 1:34 pm |Reply

    • This recipe looks fantastic. A must have for all pumpkin lovers of chocolate. I am looking forward to trying it! I have a pumpkin that goes into the oven tomorrow just for this dessert!

      I think I will sub applesauce for the oil. That seems to work in most of my other recipes.

      Thanks for the tip, Claire Laurie, I may bake it a bit longer. I have a Vegan Pumpkin Pie recipe on my site that bakes for 60 minutes. But, without eggs, it doesn’t seem to be much of a serious issue. The refrigeration part is important to help it set and serve pleasantly.

      Here is the Vegan Pumpkin Pie Recipe (also fat-free).

      Comment by aprilfromkitchenblenderreviews — October 19, 2010 @ 10:22 pm |Reply

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  157. i hate to be a downer but this recipe is not very good. the pumpkin part smells and tastes like play-doh. ; ( and the brownie part is compromised by the addition of pumpkin. i would recommend making the brownie part like a time tested and true brownie (vegan i guess for this site) and the pumpkin pie part following the recipe on a can of Libby’s pumpkin which, believe it or not, is quite a good recipe. in fact most pumpkin pie recipes are identical as there are standard ingredients. or better still don’t mix chocolate and pumpkin.

    Comment by pol orimon — December 6, 2010 @ 10:35 am |Reply

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  171. Hey, I just made these. THEY ARE INCREDIBLE. Definitely a new favorite- thank you so much for the recipe!!

    Comment by Caitlin — September 24, 2011 @ 8:14 pm |Reply

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  173. I can’t wait to male these, but cannot find dutch process cocoa powder anywhere. Is there a way to substitute regular unsweetened cocoa powder?

    Comment by Colleen — September 29, 2011 @ 4:27 pm |Reply

    • I made them yesterday with regular, unsweetened cocoa powder and corn starch instead of tapioca and they came out great! Go for it 🙂

      Comment by Kaitlin — October 16, 2011 @ 10:12 am |Reply

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  175. […] pie.Not.In this sad moment, I remembered the Pumpkin Brownie Pie I made last year adapted from Isa’s recipe.Chocolate brownie, pumpkin pie filling, with a sweet pecan topping?Great idea.Somehow, I don’t […]

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  177. I made this yesterday for my dad and husband, who are both omnivores, and they really liked it! (I did too of course) The brownie part came out a bit cakey but was still delicious. I think when I make them again I’ll put chocolate chips in the brownie base as well as on top. My husband also requested whipped cream for it next time – after all, it is partially pumpkin pie!
    Thanks for the recipe.

    Comment by Kaitlin — October 16, 2011 @ 10:22 am |Reply

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  184. Delicious,
    Is there a substitute I could use for the canned pureed pumpkin? I live in Asia and do not have access to them. Could I simply steam some pumpkin and toss it in a blender?
    Thanks for the help

    Comment by VeganUrbanite — January 18, 2012 @ 10:14 am |Reply

  185. Ok, that looks really good. You came up with a winner. It reminds me of Reeses peanut butter cups, only now you’re doing pumpkin brownies – awesome!

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  187. My mouth started watering the moment I saw that picture! I am so making this! Do you recommend any vegan chocolate chips I can put in this? Thanks!


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  190. We made this, and it’s just as delicious as we thought it would be! It’s a hit for non-vegans too. It came out looking exactly like the photo. We used unsweetened vanilla almond milk for the milk part and arrowroot powder instead of tapioca.

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