I hope this doesn't ruin the holidays (she said, as she nibbled a pumpkin snickerdoodle cookie and drank pumpkin spice coffee).
There's probably not any pumpkin in your pumpkin pie or the can of pumpkin in your pantry.
It's squash in disguise. But there's a reason for it--
That can that says 100% pumpkin? Totally okay by the FDA if it's 100% not. https://t.co/7f5TkPXy6Y— consumerist (@consumerist) October 30, 2017
This interview spilled the beans on pumpkin pie back in August-- because apparently pumpkins aren't really good for pie.