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Beyond Pie: 10 Great Pumpkin Recipes (Slideshow)

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October 23, 2013

By

Emily Jacobs

Make the most out of pumpkins this year

Pumpkin Chowder Recipe

This pumpkin chowder is perfect for those looking for a healthier alternative. You can make it in no time with mimimal preperation.

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Pumpkin Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Icing Recipe

Enjoy some more pumpkin treats with these pumpkin cupcakes. It's a great, sweet way to end a nice meal.

Click here for the Pumpkin Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Icing Recipe

Grilled Bananas Foster Recipe

Sweet, spiced, buttery bananas, grilled in a foil packet, is a delicious way to end a barbecue.

Click here for the Grilled Bananas Foster Recipe

Mashed Pumpkin with Pumpkin Seeds Recipe

Try this recipe for a different take on the traditional mashed potato. It's great to serve as a side dish for Thanksgiving.

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Roasted Pumpkin Croutons Recipe

You can add these flavored croutons to any salad. They give that extra kick of flavor and crunch!

Click here for the Roasted Pumpkin Croutons Recipe

Pumpkin Spice Spread Recipe

This cream cheese spread has the flavors of fall holidays – pumpkin, pumpkin pie spice and pecans. Serve on bagels, muffins or apple slices.

Click here for the Pumpkin Spice Spread Recipe

Puree of Pumpkin Soup Recipe

Warm up to this pumpkin soup recipe. Take it to go in a thermos or serve it for your family and friends.

Click here for the Puree of Pumpkin Soup Recipe

Mini Baked Pumpkin Pie Spice Donuts with Vanilla Glaze Recipe

Baked donuts are so much easier to make than the fried variety. These bite-size treats are scented with pumpkin pie spice and tossed in a simple vanilla glaze.

Click here for the Mini Baked Pumpkin Pie Spice Donuts with Vanilla Glaze Recipe

Pumpkin Stuffed Chicken Breast Recipe

For the ultimate pumpkin dish, serve this pumpkin flavored chicken. It's easy to make, and you can serve it as your main dish.

Click here for the Pumpkin Stuffed Chicken Breast Recipe

Caramel Pumpkin Oatmeal Bars Recipe

Prepare this updated rendition of the classic bar cookie for the holiday dessert table or cookie exchanges.

Click here for the Caramel Pumpkin Oatmeal Bars Recipe


Beyond the Latte: 10 Great Pumpkin Recipes

These days, the beginning of fall isn’t marked by a date on the calendar or the position of the earth relative to the sun. Rather, fall begins when Starbucks brings back its signature Pumpkin Spice Latte drink. This year, fall began on September 6 th , and, as usual, it was a much anticipated event. But, what is it about pumpkin that gets people so riled up? Maybe it’s the nostalgic joy that it brings after all, who doesn’t love reminiscing on cool fall days spent traversing pumpkin patches and corn mazes, sipping on cider and fantasizing about fresh-roasted pumpkin seeds, pumpkin pie, and pumpkin pudding? Then again, maybe it’s just the taste. Pumpkin and coffee go together better than peanut butter and jelly, and who doesn’t love a creamy spoonful of pumpkin ice cream? Whatever the reason, the pumpkin craze is here to stay, and who are we to discourage people from moving fall up a couple weeks so they can enjoy it even longer? Fall is the best season of the year. We’re starting our (early) celebration with a few of our favorite pumpkin recipes:

We love pumpkin treats, but savory pumpkin dishes are highly underrated. This delicious, creamy soup will warm your soul on the chilliest of autumn mornings. Alternatively, it’ll help you to envision cooler days as you sweat through the last couple weeks of summer.

If you haven’t tried putting curry on pumpkin, now is the time. This spicy, flavorful, and rich dish will please even the most ardent pumpkin skeptics. Plus, it’s much healthier than a sugar-laden latte!

No explanation needed. This rich, moist, buttery bread is a classic, must-have fall sweet.

For all the amateur chefs out there who like to wow dinner guests, this recipe is sure to do the trick. It takes a bit longer than your average dinner fix, but the result is more than worth it.

These may look like your standard sweet potato fries, but they pack a surprising flavor profile. Plus, they’re easily customizable: you can make them sweet, salty, or spicy!

These are too easy—and too delicious—to miss. They take about ten minutes to make, which makes them perfect for an on-the-go snack or a quick, post-work dinner.

Pumpkin and waffles are a match made in heaven. These are great with maple syrup, whipped cream, fresh fruit, or even fried chicken and gravy (if you want to take the savory route).

This is the quintessential autumn dessert that you’ve been searching for. Cinnamon, sugar, apple butter, and pumpkin combine to make this sweet and simple pie. Perfect for thanksgiving dinner!

With a title like that, it has to be delicious. This one isn’t exactly diet-friendly, but, in our opinion, it’s worth every gram of saturated fat!

Pumpkin, chocolate heaven! Colorful and delicious, these are especially great for a Halloween party. After all, eating treats on Halloween is always justified, right?


Beyond the Latte: 10 Great Pumpkin Recipes

These days, the beginning of fall isn’t marked by a date on the calendar or the position of the earth relative to the sun. Rather, fall begins when Starbucks brings back its signature Pumpkin Spice Latte drink. This year, fall began on September 6 th , and, as usual, it was a much anticipated event. But, what is it about pumpkin that gets people so riled up? Maybe it’s the nostalgic joy that it brings after all, who doesn’t love reminiscing on cool fall days spent traversing pumpkin patches and corn mazes, sipping on cider and fantasizing about fresh-roasted pumpkin seeds, pumpkin pie, and pumpkin pudding? Then again, maybe it’s just the taste. Pumpkin and coffee go together better than peanut butter and jelly, and who doesn’t love a creamy spoonful of pumpkin ice cream? Whatever the reason, the pumpkin craze is here to stay, and who are we to discourage people from moving fall up a couple weeks so they can enjoy it even longer? Fall is the best season of the year. We’re starting our (early) celebration with a few of our favorite pumpkin recipes:

We love pumpkin treats, but savory pumpkin dishes are highly underrated. This delicious, creamy soup will warm your soul on the chilliest of autumn mornings. Alternatively, it’ll help you to envision cooler days as you sweat through the last couple weeks of summer.

If you haven’t tried putting curry on pumpkin, now is the time. This spicy, flavorful, and rich dish will please even the most ardent pumpkin skeptics. Plus, it’s much healthier than a sugar-laden latte!

No explanation needed. This rich, moist, buttery bread is a classic, must-have fall sweet.

For all the amateur chefs out there who like to wow dinner guests, this recipe is sure to do the trick. It takes a bit longer than your average dinner fix, but the result is more than worth it.

These may look like your standard sweet potato fries, but they pack a surprising flavor profile. Plus, they’re easily customizable: you can make them sweet, salty, or spicy!

These are too easy—and too delicious—to miss. They take about ten minutes to make, which makes them perfect for an on-the-go snack or a quick, post-work dinner.

Pumpkin and waffles are a match made in heaven. These are great with maple syrup, whipped cream, fresh fruit, or even fried chicken and gravy (if you want to take the savory route).

This is the quintessential autumn dessert that you’ve been searching for. Cinnamon, sugar, apple butter, and pumpkin combine to make this sweet and simple pie. Perfect for thanksgiving dinner!

With a title like that, it has to be delicious. This one isn’t exactly diet-friendly, but, in our opinion, it’s worth every gram of saturated fat!

Pumpkin, chocolate heaven! Colorful and delicious, these are especially great for a Halloween party. After all, eating treats on Halloween is always justified, right?


Beyond the Latte: 10 Great Pumpkin Recipes

These days, the beginning of fall isn’t marked by a date on the calendar or the position of the earth relative to the sun. Rather, fall begins when Starbucks brings back its signature Pumpkin Spice Latte drink. This year, fall began on September 6 th , and, as usual, it was a much anticipated event. But, what is it about pumpkin that gets people so riled up? Maybe it’s the nostalgic joy that it brings after all, who doesn’t love reminiscing on cool fall days spent traversing pumpkin patches and corn mazes, sipping on cider and fantasizing about fresh-roasted pumpkin seeds, pumpkin pie, and pumpkin pudding? Then again, maybe it’s just the taste. Pumpkin and coffee go together better than peanut butter and jelly, and who doesn’t love a creamy spoonful of pumpkin ice cream? Whatever the reason, the pumpkin craze is here to stay, and who are we to discourage people from moving fall up a couple weeks so they can enjoy it even longer? Fall is the best season of the year. We’re starting our (early) celebration with a few of our favorite pumpkin recipes:

We love pumpkin treats, but savory pumpkin dishes are highly underrated. This delicious, creamy soup will warm your soul on the chilliest of autumn mornings. Alternatively, it’ll help you to envision cooler days as you sweat through the last couple weeks of summer.

If you haven’t tried putting curry on pumpkin, now is the time. This spicy, flavorful, and rich dish will please even the most ardent pumpkin skeptics. Plus, it’s much healthier than a sugar-laden latte!

No explanation needed. This rich, moist, buttery bread is a classic, must-have fall sweet.

For all the amateur chefs out there who like to wow dinner guests, this recipe is sure to do the trick. It takes a bit longer than your average dinner fix, but the result is more than worth it.

These may look like your standard sweet potato fries, but they pack a surprising flavor profile. Plus, they’re easily customizable: you can make them sweet, salty, or spicy!

These are too easy—and too delicious—to miss. They take about ten minutes to make, which makes them perfect for an on-the-go snack or a quick, post-work dinner.

Pumpkin and waffles are a match made in heaven. These are great with maple syrup, whipped cream, fresh fruit, or even fried chicken and gravy (if you want to take the savory route).

This is the quintessential autumn dessert that you’ve been searching for. Cinnamon, sugar, apple butter, and pumpkin combine to make this sweet and simple pie. Perfect for thanksgiving dinner!

With a title like that, it has to be delicious. This one isn’t exactly diet-friendly, but, in our opinion, it’s worth every gram of saturated fat!

Pumpkin, chocolate heaven! Colorful and delicious, these are especially great for a Halloween party. After all, eating treats on Halloween is always justified, right?


Beyond the Latte: 10 Great Pumpkin Recipes

These days, the beginning of fall isn’t marked by a date on the calendar or the position of the earth relative to the sun. Rather, fall begins when Starbucks brings back its signature Pumpkin Spice Latte drink. This year, fall began on September 6 th , and, as usual, it was a much anticipated event. But, what is it about pumpkin that gets people so riled up? Maybe it’s the nostalgic joy that it brings after all, who doesn’t love reminiscing on cool fall days spent traversing pumpkin patches and corn mazes, sipping on cider and fantasizing about fresh-roasted pumpkin seeds, pumpkin pie, and pumpkin pudding? Then again, maybe it’s just the taste. Pumpkin and coffee go together better than peanut butter and jelly, and who doesn’t love a creamy spoonful of pumpkin ice cream? Whatever the reason, the pumpkin craze is here to stay, and who are we to discourage people from moving fall up a couple weeks so they can enjoy it even longer? Fall is the best season of the year. We’re starting our (early) celebration with a few of our favorite pumpkin recipes:

We love pumpkin treats, but savory pumpkin dishes are highly underrated. This delicious, creamy soup will warm your soul on the chilliest of autumn mornings. Alternatively, it’ll help you to envision cooler days as you sweat through the last couple weeks of summer.

If you haven’t tried putting curry on pumpkin, now is the time. This spicy, flavorful, and rich dish will please even the most ardent pumpkin skeptics. Plus, it’s much healthier than a sugar-laden latte!

No explanation needed. This rich, moist, buttery bread is a classic, must-have fall sweet.

For all the amateur chefs out there who like to wow dinner guests, this recipe is sure to do the trick. It takes a bit longer than your average dinner fix, but the result is more than worth it.

These may look like your standard sweet potato fries, but they pack a surprising flavor profile. Plus, they’re easily customizable: you can make them sweet, salty, or spicy!

These are too easy—and too delicious—to miss. They take about ten minutes to make, which makes them perfect for an on-the-go snack or a quick, post-work dinner.

Pumpkin and waffles are a match made in heaven. These are great with maple syrup, whipped cream, fresh fruit, or even fried chicken and gravy (if you want to take the savory route).

This is the quintessential autumn dessert that you’ve been searching for. Cinnamon, sugar, apple butter, and pumpkin combine to make this sweet and simple pie. Perfect for thanksgiving dinner!

With a title like that, it has to be delicious. This one isn’t exactly diet-friendly, but, in our opinion, it’s worth every gram of saturated fat!

Pumpkin, chocolate heaven! Colorful and delicious, these are especially great for a Halloween party. After all, eating treats on Halloween is always justified, right?


Beyond the Latte: 10 Great Pumpkin Recipes

These days, the beginning of fall isn’t marked by a date on the calendar or the position of the earth relative to the sun. Rather, fall begins when Starbucks brings back its signature Pumpkin Spice Latte drink. This year, fall began on September 6 th , and, as usual, it was a much anticipated event. But, what is it about pumpkin that gets people so riled up? Maybe it’s the nostalgic joy that it brings after all, who doesn’t love reminiscing on cool fall days spent traversing pumpkin patches and corn mazes, sipping on cider and fantasizing about fresh-roasted pumpkin seeds, pumpkin pie, and pumpkin pudding? Then again, maybe it’s just the taste. Pumpkin and coffee go together better than peanut butter and jelly, and who doesn’t love a creamy spoonful of pumpkin ice cream? Whatever the reason, the pumpkin craze is here to stay, and who are we to discourage people from moving fall up a couple weeks so they can enjoy it even longer? Fall is the best season of the year. We’re starting our (early) celebration with a few of our favorite pumpkin recipes:

We love pumpkin treats, but savory pumpkin dishes are highly underrated. This delicious, creamy soup will warm your soul on the chilliest of autumn mornings. Alternatively, it’ll help you to envision cooler days as you sweat through the last couple weeks of summer.

If you haven’t tried putting curry on pumpkin, now is the time. This spicy, flavorful, and rich dish will please even the most ardent pumpkin skeptics. Plus, it’s much healthier than a sugar-laden latte!

No explanation needed. This rich, moist, buttery bread is a classic, must-have fall sweet.

For all the amateur chefs out there who like to wow dinner guests, this recipe is sure to do the trick. It takes a bit longer than your average dinner fix, but the result is more than worth it.

These may look like your standard sweet potato fries, but they pack a surprising flavor profile. Plus, they’re easily customizable: you can make them sweet, salty, or spicy!

These are too easy—and too delicious—to miss. They take about ten minutes to make, which makes them perfect for an on-the-go snack or a quick, post-work dinner.

Pumpkin and waffles are a match made in heaven. These are great with maple syrup, whipped cream, fresh fruit, or even fried chicken and gravy (if you want to take the savory route).

This is the quintessential autumn dessert that you’ve been searching for. Cinnamon, sugar, apple butter, and pumpkin combine to make this sweet and simple pie. Perfect for thanksgiving dinner!

With a title like that, it has to be delicious. This one isn’t exactly diet-friendly, but, in our opinion, it’s worth every gram of saturated fat!

Pumpkin, chocolate heaven! Colorful and delicious, these are especially great for a Halloween party. After all, eating treats on Halloween is always justified, right?


Beyond the Latte: 10 Great Pumpkin Recipes

These days, the beginning of fall isn’t marked by a date on the calendar or the position of the earth relative to the sun. Rather, fall begins when Starbucks brings back its signature Pumpkin Spice Latte drink. This year, fall began on September 6 th , and, as usual, it was a much anticipated event. But, what is it about pumpkin that gets people so riled up? Maybe it’s the nostalgic joy that it brings after all, who doesn’t love reminiscing on cool fall days spent traversing pumpkin patches and corn mazes, sipping on cider and fantasizing about fresh-roasted pumpkin seeds, pumpkin pie, and pumpkin pudding? Then again, maybe it’s just the taste. Pumpkin and coffee go together better than peanut butter and jelly, and who doesn’t love a creamy spoonful of pumpkin ice cream? Whatever the reason, the pumpkin craze is here to stay, and who are we to discourage people from moving fall up a couple weeks so they can enjoy it even longer? Fall is the best season of the year. We’re starting our (early) celebration with a few of our favorite pumpkin recipes:

We love pumpkin treats, but savory pumpkin dishes are highly underrated. This delicious, creamy soup will warm your soul on the chilliest of autumn mornings. Alternatively, it’ll help you to envision cooler days as you sweat through the last couple weeks of summer.

If you haven’t tried putting curry on pumpkin, now is the time. This spicy, flavorful, and rich dish will please even the most ardent pumpkin skeptics. Plus, it’s much healthier than a sugar-laden latte!

No explanation needed. This rich, moist, buttery bread is a classic, must-have fall sweet.

For all the amateur chefs out there who like to wow dinner guests, this recipe is sure to do the trick. It takes a bit longer than your average dinner fix, but the result is more than worth it.

These may look like your standard sweet potato fries, but they pack a surprising flavor profile. Plus, they’re easily customizable: you can make them sweet, salty, or spicy!

These are too easy—and too delicious—to miss. They take about ten minutes to make, which makes them perfect for an on-the-go snack or a quick, post-work dinner.

Pumpkin and waffles are a match made in heaven. These are great with maple syrup, whipped cream, fresh fruit, or even fried chicken and gravy (if you want to take the savory route).

This is the quintessential autumn dessert that you’ve been searching for. Cinnamon, sugar, apple butter, and pumpkin combine to make this sweet and simple pie. Perfect for thanksgiving dinner!

With a title like that, it has to be delicious. This one isn’t exactly diet-friendly, but, in our opinion, it’s worth every gram of saturated fat!

Pumpkin, chocolate heaven! Colorful and delicious, these are especially great for a Halloween party. After all, eating treats on Halloween is always justified, right?


Beyond the Latte: 10 Great Pumpkin Recipes

These days, the beginning of fall isn’t marked by a date on the calendar or the position of the earth relative to the sun. Rather, fall begins when Starbucks brings back its signature Pumpkin Spice Latte drink. This year, fall began on September 6 th , and, as usual, it was a much anticipated event. But, what is it about pumpkin that gets people so riled up? Maybe it’s the nostalgic joy that it brings after all, who doesn’t love reminiscing on cool fall days spent traversing pumpkin patches and corn mazes, sipping on cider and fantasizing about fresh-roasted pumpkin seeds, pumpkin pie, and pumpkin pudding? Then again, maybe it’s just the taste. Pumpkin and coffee go together better than peanut butter and jelly, and who doesn’t love a creamy spoonful of pumpkin ice cream? Whatever the reason, the pumpkin craze is here to stay, and who are we to discourage people from moving fall up a couple weeks so they can enjoy it even longer? Fall is the best season of the year. We’re starting our (early) celebration with a few of our favorite pumpkin recipes:

We love pumpkin treats, but savory pumpkin dishes are highly underrated. This delicious, creamy soup will warm your soul on the chilliest of autumn mornings. Alternatively, it’ll help you to envision cooler days as you sweat through the last couple weeks of summer.

If you haven’t tried putting curry on pumpkin, now is the time. This spicy, flavorful, and rich dish will please even the most ardent pumpkin skeptics. Plus, it’s much healthier than a sugar-laden latte!

No explanation needed. This rich, moist, buttery bread is a classic, must-have fall sweet.

For all the amateur chefs out there who like to wow dinner guests, this recipe is sure to do the trick. It takes a bit longer than your average dinner fix, but the result is more than worth it.

These may look like your standard sweet potato fries, but they pack a surprising flavor profile. Plus, they’re easily customizable: you can make them sweet, salty, or spicy!

These are too easy—and too delicious—to miss. They take about ten minutes to make, which makes them perfect for an on-the-go snack or a quick, post-work dinner.

Pumpkin and waffles are a match made in heaven. These are great with maple syrup, whipped cream, fresh fruit, or even fried chicken and gravy (if you want to take the savory route).

This is the quintessential autumn dessert that you’ve been searching for. Cinnamon, sugar, apple butter, and pumpkin combine to make this sweet and simple pie. Perfect for thanksgiving dinner!

With a title like that, it has to be delicious. This one isn’t exactly diet-friendly, but, in our opinion, it’s worth every gram of saturated fat!

Pumpkin, chocolate heaven! Colorful and delicious, these are especially great for a Halloween party. After all, eating treats on Halloween is always justified, right?


Beyond the Latte: 10 Great Pumpkin Recipes

These days, the beginning of fall isn’t marked by a date on the calendar or the position of the earth relative to the sun. Rather, fall begins when Starbucks brings back its signature Pumpkin Spice Latte drink. This year, fall began on September 6 th , and, as usual, it was a much anticipated event. But, what is it about pumpkin that gets people so riled up? Maybe it’s the nostalgic joy that it brings after all, who doesn’t love reminiscing on cool fall days spent traversing pumpkin patches and corn mazes, sipping on cider and fantasizing about fresh-roasted pumpkin seeds, pumpkin pie, and pumpkin pudding? Then again, maybe it’s just the taste. Pumpkin and coffee go together better than peanut butter and jelly, and who doesn’t love a creamy spoonful of pumpkin ice cream? Whatever the reason, the pumpkin craze is here to stay, and who are we to discourage people from moving fall up a couple weeks so they can enjoy it even longer? Fall is the best season of the year. We’re starting our (early) celebration with a few of our favorite pumpkin recipes:

We love pumpkin treats, but savory pumpkin dishes are highly underrated. This delicious, creamy soup will warm your soul on the chilliest of autumn mornings. Alternatively, it’ll help you to envision cooler days as you sweat through the last couple weeks of summer.

If you haven’t tried putting curry on pumpkin, now is the time. This spicy, flavorful, and rich dish will please even the most ardent pumpkin skeptics. Plus, it’s much healthier than a sugar-laden latte!

No explanation needed. This rich, moist, buttery bread is a classic, must-have fall sweet.

For all the amateur chefs out there who like to wow dinner guests, this recipe is sure to do the trick. It takes a bit longer than your average dinner fix, but the result is more than worth it.

These may look like your standard sweet potato fries, but they pack a surprising flavor profile. Plus, they’re easily customizable: you can make them sweet, salty, or spicy!

These are too easy—and too delicious—to miss. They take about ten minutes to make, which makes them perfect for an on-the-go snack or a quick, post-work dinner.

Pumpkin and waffles are a match made in heaven. These are great with maple syrup, whipped cream, fresh fruit, or even fried chicken and gravy (if you want to take the savory route).

This is the quintessential autumn dessert that you’ve been searching for. Cinnamon, sugar, apple butter, and pumpkin combine to make this sweet and simple pie. Perfect for thanksgiving dinner!

With a title like that, it has to be delicious. This one isn’t exactly diet-friendly, but, in our opinion, it’s worth every gram of saturated fat!

Pumpkin, chocolate heaven! Colorful and delicious, these are especially great for a Halloween party. After all, eating treats on Halloween is always justified, right?


Beyond the Latte: 10 Great Pumpkin Recipes

These days, the beginning of fall isn’t marked by a date on the calendar or the position of the earth relative to the sun. Rather, fall begins when Starbucks brings back its signature Pumpkin Spice Latte drink. This year, fall began on September 6 th , and, as usual, it was a much anticipated event. But, what is it about pumpkin that gets people so riled up? Maybe it’s the nostalgic joy that it brings after all, who doesn’t love reminiscing on cool fall days spent traversing pumpkin patches and corn mazes, sipping on cider and fantasizing about fresh-roasted pumpkin seeds, pumpkin pie, and pumpkin pudding? Then again, maybe it’s just the taste. Pumpkin and coffee go together better than peanut butter and jelly, and who doesn’t love a creamy spoonful of pumpkin ice cream? Whatever the reason, the pumpkin craze is here to stay, and who are we to discourage people from moving fall up a couple weeks so they can enjoy it even longer? Fall is the best season of the year. We’re starting our (early) celebration with a few of our favorite pumpkin recipes:

We love pumpkin treats, but savory pumpkin dishes are highly underrated. This delicious, creamy soup will warm your soul on the chilliest of autumn mornings. Alternatively, it’ll help you to envision cooler days as you sweat through the last couple weeks of summer.

If you haven’t tried putting curry on pumpkin, now is the time. This spicy, flavorful, and rich dish will please even the most ardent pumpkin skeptics. Plus, it’s much healthier than a sugar-laden latte!

No explanation needed. This rich, moist, buttery bread is a classic, must-have fall sweet.

For all the amateur chefs out there who like to wow dinner guests, this recipe is sure to do the trick. It takes a bit longer than your average dinner fix, but the result is more than worth it.

These may look like your standard sweet potato fries, but they pack a surprising flavor profile. Plus, they’re easily customizable: you can make them sweet, salty, or spicy!

These are too easy—and too delicious—to miss. They take about ten minutes to make, which makes them perfect for an on-the-go snack or a quick, post-work dinner.

Pumpkin and waffles are a match made in heaven. These are great with maple syrup, whipped cream, fresh fruit, or even fried chicken and gravy (if you want to take the savory route).

This is the quintessential autumn dessert that you’ve been searching for. Cinnamon, sugar, apple butter, and pumpkin combine to make this sweet and simple pie. Perfect for thanksgiving dinner!

With a title like that, it has to be delicious. This one isn’t exactly diet-friendly, but, in our opinion, it’s worth every gram of saturated fat!

Pumpkin, chocolate heaven! Colorful and delicious, these are especially great for a Halloween party. After all, eating treats on Halloween is always justified, right?


Beyond the Latte: 10 Great Pumpkin Recipes

These days, the beginning of fall isn’t marked by a date on the calendar or the position of the earth relative to the sun. Rather, fall begins when Starbucks brings back its signature Pumpkin Spice Latte drink. This year, fall began on September 6 th , and, as usual, it was a much anticipated event. But, what is it about pumpkin that gets people so riled up? Maybe it’s the nostalgic joy that it brings after all, who doesn’t love reminiscing on cool fall days spent traversing pumpkin patches and corn mazes, sipping on cider and fantasizing about fresh-roasted pumpkin seeds, pumpkin pie, and pumpkin pudding? Then again, maybe it’s just the taste. Pumpkin and coffee go together better than peanut butter and jelly, and who doesn’t love a creamy spoonful of pumpkin ice cream? Whatever the reason, the pumpkin craze is here to stay, and who are we to discourage people from moving fall up a couple weeks so they can enjoy it even longer? Fall is the best season of the year. We’re starting our (early) celebration with a few of our favorite pumpkin recipes:

We love pumpkin treats, but savory pumpkin dishes are highly underrated. This delicious, creamy soup will warm your soul on the chilliest of autumn mornings. Alternatively, it’ll help you to envision cooler days as you sweat through the last couple weeks of summer.

If you haven’t tried putting curry on pumpkin, now is the time. This spicy, flavorful, and rich dish will please even the most ardent pumpkin skeptics. Plus, it’s much healthier than a sugar-laden latte!

No explanation needed. This rich, moist, buttery bread is a classic, must-have fall sweet.

For all the amateur chefs out there who like to wow dinner guests, this recipe is sure to do the trick. It takes a bit longer than your average dinner fix, but the result is more than worth it.

These may look like your standard sweet potato fries, but they pack a surprising flavor profile. Plus, they’re easily customizable: you can make them sweet, salty, or spicy!

These are too easy—and too delicious—to miss. They take about ten minutes to make, which makes them perfect for an on-the-go snack or a quick, post-work dinner.

Pumpkin and waffles are a match made in heaven. These are great with maple syrup, whipped cream, fresh fruit, or even fried chicken and gravy (if you want to take the savory route).

This is the quintessential autumn dessert that you’ve been searching for. Cinnamon, sugar, apple butter, and pumpkin combine to make this sweet and simple pie. Perfect for thanksgiving dinner!

With a title like that, it has to be delicious. This one isn’t exactly diet-friendly, but, in our opinion, it’s worth every gram of saturated fat!

Pumpkin, chocolate heaven! Colorful and delicious, these are especially great for a Halloween party. After all, eating treats on Halloween is always justified, right?


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