The End Of The Trail Recipe

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The End Of The Trail
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  • 1 1/2 cup flour
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/4 cup butter
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • combine flour,potato powder,baking soda,salt and pumpkin pie spice in bowl.
  • add dry ingredients,alternately with the orange juice,beat well after each addition.
  • fold in the pumpkin,and walnuts.
  • grease an 8-cup tube mold,sprinkle with the bread crumbs,tapping out the excess.
  • pour batter into the mold.
  • cover with double thickness foil,and tie with string,tightly.
  • place on rack in kettle or steamer.
  • pour boiling water to half way up the mold,cover kettle tightly.
  • steam for 2 hours (or) until long skewer comes out clean,when inserted into center...keep the water boiling gently,adding more if need be.
  • cool the mold for about 10 minutes.
  • loosen the pudding around the edge,unmold onto antique plate,cool slightly.
  • spoon about 1/2 of the rich butterscotch sauce over pudding.
  • top with coconut and chopped walnuts , adding more to the base of the pudding in the plate.
  • serve,cut into wedges and offer the remaining sauce.
  • note: you may unmold the pudding and cool completely,wrap and freeze...when at 'the end' of your delightful dinner,have the pudding thawed,reheat in a 300 degree oven within its mold for about 30 may prepare this and give as two gifts when steamed in two 4 cup molds that have been steamed for 1 1/2 hours.


  2. 1 1/4 Cups Light Brown Sugar,packed,firmly.
  3. 1/4 Cup Heavy Cream
  4. 2 Tablespoons Light Corn Syrup
  5. 1/4 Cup Butter
  6. 1 teaspoon Rum Extract
  7. Combine,sugar,cream,syrup,butter in saucepan.
  8. Heat to boiling,cook for about 1 minute.
  9. Remove from heat,add Rum Extract (or) Vanilla...which ever you wish.
  10. Serve Hot.
  11. ~Thanksgiving always makes me think of James Earle Fraser's ...THE END OF THE TRAIL...~
  12. ~James Earle Fraser sculpted 'The End of the Trail',located at The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum,Oklahoma City.If you ever get a chance to visit The Cowboy Hall of Fame,you will see first hand...His hand... that worked the picture of the doomed fate of the American Indian,as they suffered at the westward expansion,threatening their existence as free people on their beloved Mother Earth.A proud,valiant,spiritial,people,their strength lies in that ground.~
  13. ~BUT~
  14. Theirs are a...SPIRIT...that will...NEVER DIE!!
  15. Be thankful for what you have,great or small...for how fragile is a breath?
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Nutrition Facts

Per ServingPer 100 g
Amount Per 1 Serving
Calories 482.32 Kcal (2019 kJ)
Calories from fat 163.55 Kcal
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 18.17g 28%
Cholesterol 59.72mg 20%
Sodium 1660.76mg 69%
Potassium 578.05mg 12%
Total Carbs 73.69g 25%
Sugars 24.21g 97%
Dietary Fiber 6.24g 25%
Protein 9.81g 20%
Vitamin C 10.4mg 17%
Vitamin A 0.1mg 2%
Iron 3.2mg 18%
Calcium 170.3mg 17%
Amount Per 100 g
Calories 331.26 Kcal (1387 kJ)
Calories from fat 112.33 Kcal
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 12.48g 28%
Cholesterol 41.02mg 20%
Sodium 1140.64mg 69%
Potassium 397.01mg 12%
Total Carbs 50.61g 25%
Sugars 16.63g 97%
Dietary Fiber 4.28g 25%
Protein 6.74g 20%
Vitamin C 7.1mg 17%
Iron 2.2mg 18%
Calcium 117mg 17%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Find out how many calories should you eat.


  • salty
  • savory
  • bitter
  • sweet
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Weightwatchers Points

  • 10.4
  • 13

Good Points

  • saturated fat free,
  • good source of fiber

Bad Points

  • High in Sodium

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