9 Pumpkin Recipes to Try This Fall

Pumpkin Recipes to Try This Fall

I’m quite strict in my belief that PSLs and pumpkin-flavored everything shouldn’t start until after Labor Day. But LDW is late this year so I’ll let a few things slide early. I’ve been pinning pumpkin recipes like crazy and have found a bunch of mouth-watering fall-flavored pumpkin-forward recipes that I thought I’d share today.

What’s your favorite pumpkin recipe that isn’t pie or bread? I’m ready to embrace pumpkin season in the kitchen head-on!

Pumpkin Recipes for Breakfast

Paleo Pumpkin Bread (My recipe): I know Paleo isn’t really a thing anymore (or is it?) but this grain-free pumpkin bread is always a hit. It’s super moist and flavorful.

Pumpkin Pancakes (Cookie & Kate): Amalia and I are going to try these this weekend!

Pumpkin Smoothie (My recipe): I totally forgot about this smoothie recipe but made it this week and forgot how delicious and creamy it is!

Pumpkin Recipes for Lunch

Easiest Pumpkin Soup Ever (Happily Eva After): Such a cute presentation too!

Roasted Garlic Pumpkin Hummus (Simply Whisked): Yum.

Pumpkin Grilled Cheese (Martha Stewart): I make my grilled cheeses with goat cheese which is a totally different vibe but I think it would still work with the pumpkin.

Pumpkin Recipes for Dinner

Pumpkin Coconut Curry Bowls (Love & Lemons): The same site has a pumpkin tortilla soup that also looks pretty great.

Pumpkin Enchiladas (Whitney Bond): This one is intriguing… a little weird but intriguing! And the photo makes them look delish.

Creamy Pumpkin Spaghetti (Pinch of Yum): And on another pasta note, I’m dying to try this creamy vegan pumpkin penne made with cashew cream.

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  1. Lisa said:

    Yesss. Pumpkin everything. Not making these yet, but bookmarking for say, September 21?

    9.3.20 · Reply
  2. Amy said:

    Love a pumpkin pie protein shake! 1/4 c pumpkin, protein powder, half a banana, a bit of maple syrup, a few shakes of pumpkin pie spice, a scoop of almond butter (all very precious measurements haha!) and some ice and milk of choice. Yum!

    9.4.20 · Reply
  3. Stephanie said:

    Yum! Can wait to try the bread, pancakes, soup, grilled cheese, and maybe enchiladas??? Here’s one to add to your breakfast list: slow cooker pumpkin oatmeal (https://www.thekitchn.com/recipe-slow-cooker-creamy-pumpkin-spice-oatmeal-250979). Definitely grease the crockpot thoroughly unless you want to use a pickax to clean dried oatmeal off later! I’ve also made and enjoyed the Aarti pumpkin oatmeal recipe on food network, which you can make on the stovetop.

    9.6.20 · Reply