Pumpkins, pumpkins everywhere, I know.
I’m guilty as anyone of the pumpkin-mania that takes over the blogosphere this time of year–pumpkin pasta, & tomorrow, pumpkin cookies. If you hate pumpkin, forgive me, but maybe these recipes will get you to change your mind.
Here’s the truth, pumpkin is super versatile.
Proof: I’ve scoured my favorite blogs & sites & compiled a variety of lip-smacking pumpkin-ish delights for your viewing & cooking pleasure.
So check ’em out, pin ’em, & get cookin’.
(all recipes are vegan & gluten-free–yipee!)
A note on pinning etiquette: Feel free to pin the top image (it’s mine) from my site, but for all the recipes below, please click on the recipe name below each image & it will take you to the direct site where you can pin the image & recipe. Thank you, you’re a dear.
In no particular order (they are all scrumpdliumpcious)…
She’s also an author of a few awesome gluten-free vegan cookbooks. My review of her latest, here.
In her recipe, she shares the many ways to use it (personally, I say pass the toast please). And, if you’ve never visited her blog, Oh She Glows, you should definitely add it to your list of must-reads–she doesn’t just share recipes, she shares herself. And she is a delightfully real & sweet person at that.
Her soy-free vegan pumpkin custard would be perfect on a chilly fall Sunday evening, to be enjoyed with friends & family (after a rousing game of Scrabble, say?).
Gena, one of my fave, “mostly-raw” girls, knows how to make these little seeds pop with flavor.
Ya’ll know I’m a sucker for ice cream. It’s my Achilles’s heal.
This recipe from Beth of Tasty Yummies, is on my list of: “must-must-try.”
(And yes, ice cream is completely appropriate any season of the year. Apple pie, after all, does not stand alone.)
A warm bowl of something porridge-ish will always be my go-to in the winter.
Her vegan shaved parmesan cheese uses a blend of seeds & is a flavor & nutrient-packed topping for soups & salads.
I haven’t come across too many actual pumpkin recipes (just do a search on pinterest & it’s mostly sweet stuff).
Savory, this one looks like it would pair well with some sauteed greens.
So, so pretty, right?
I want this for breakfast.
and a bonus recipe (I couldn’t resist, I think it’s perfect for colder days ahead),
Do you have a fave pumpkin recipe? Let’s hear it.