My pumpkin recipes are a great way to help you celebrate Halloween and all things pumpkin. So, to make your life just a little bit easier, I have put together a little collection.

All of these recipes look great, and I highly recommend that you try them all. You can’t have too much pumpkin, after all. What is the worst that can happen? How about you become a big jack-o-lantern like Violet Beauregarde? Admit it, that would be pretty cool.

Each dish Apronese has compiled below for everyone to refer to and follow, wish everyone success.

Baked Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal

In this recipe for Baked Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal, we have a delicious dessert that is healthy enough for breakfast! Baked Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal is a delicious way to start the day.

The awesome taste and comfort of pumpkin pie baked into a healthy breakfast oatmeal recipe will delight even the pickiest eater. This is one of the most popular pumpkin recipes among our readers. …And I’m not going to dispute that.

Mini Pumpkin Pies

close up of mini pumpkin pies with whipped cream

It is an easy way to stretch your Thanksgiving budget with these adorable and affordable Mini Pumpkin Pies that you can make using pantry staples you have in your pantry.

It is hard to believe that there are 365 pumpkin pies in the world, but these adorable little single-serving pumpkin pies are the perfect choice for any Halloween party, Thanksgiving gathering, or even if you want to stash a few in the freezer for future use.

Easy Pumpkin Chili

Overhead view of a bowl of pumpkin chili with cheese and tortilla chips

In addition to being hearty, pumpkin chili is also light and packed with nutrients. It’s the perfect blend of autumn flavors.

Adding a little pumpkin puree to a pot of chili makes it extra smooth and rich, without being overly heavy or overwhelmingly rich. This is one combination you have to try if you want to make something uniquely delicious and unique.

Spicy Coconut and Pumpkin Soup

There is something very soothing and soothing about this Spicy Coconut and Pumpkin Soup, thanks to the creamy texture of the coconut milk, the spicy red pepper flakes and the subtle sweetness offered by pumpkin.

My favorite soup recipe is this one, and I am sorry that it doesn’t get as much attention as it should. It’s a simple, fast, delicious soup that you will want to make over and over again.

Pumpkin Smoothie

side view of pumpkin smoothie, pumpkins behind it

The pumpkin smoothie should be the official drink of October. It is fast, easy, and it tastes like a pumpkin pie milkshake. Stay tuned for more on the pumpkin smoothie.

This treat is seriously SO GOOD. Thanks to the fact that October is usually still pretty warm here in Louisiana, I won’t have to wait too long before I can indulge in this frosty treat… This also makes a great post-workout snack.

Pumpkin Cream Cheese Spread

There’s nothing better than dipping apples in pumpkin cream cheese spread during the fall, and it goes well on bagels, toast, graham crackers, and even on bagels.

It’s just a matter of time before pumpkin and cream cheese become a match made in heaven. If you search for a tasty substitute for pumpkin cheesecake, this is a great one to use. You can use it on bread, crackers, cookies, even just a spoon.

Easy Pumpkin Soup

One bowl of easy tomato soup with sour cream swirled in and a gold spoon in the middle

It takes less than 30 minutes to make this flavorful and easy pumpkin soup, and it’s the perfect side dish for a grilled cheese sandwich with honey mustard and a good amount of melted cheese.

Alternatively, if you would like to avoid the coconut-spiciness that is found in the other pumpkin soup, you can make this easy, basic pumpkin soup recipe. And if you’re feeling creative, you could easily add in any kind of delicious additions you wish! (black beans, cauliflower, hot sauce, chipotle, whatever…)

Maple Brown Butter Pumpkin Pie

Overhead view of a Maple Brown Butter Pumpkin Pie with a slice cut out, on a plate on the side with whipped cream.

A Maple Brown Butter Pumpkin Pie is the perfect way to add a special touch to your Thanksgiving dinner without adding a lot of extra work and adding ingredients that aren’t often used in pumpkin pie.

A special touch makes this pumpkin pie extra special as it is made with a combination of nutty brown butter combined with the rich taste of maple syrup. It is the perfect fall treat that will make any home feel cozy and cozy!

Homemade Pumpkin Pie Spice

Overhead view of a small wooden bowl with spices

You can easily make your own pumpkin pie spice from scratch as needed for all of your fall recipes by following the steps below.

The easy way to make pumpkin pie spice blend is to mix it up at home if you are unable to find pre-mixed pumpkin pie spice blend at your local grocery store.

Red Lentil and Pumpkin Soup

A spoonful of lentil and pumpkin soup being lifted from the bowl

On chilly fall evenings, you will be warm and toasty from the inside out thanks to this delicious Curried Red Lentil and Pumpkin Soup that is super fast and easy to make!

During those chilly Autumn nights, you’ll appreciate this hearty, flavorful soup, which is inexpensive, filling, and satisfying. It’s a perfect budget-friendly soup to keep you full and warm for a long time to come!

Pumpkin Cheesecake Mousse

This Pumpkin Cheesecake Mousse is a super light and fluffy dessert packed with fall spices and just enough sweetness to balance the pumpkiny flavor.

A creamy, fluffy dessert packed with fall spices and just the right amount of sweetness to balance out the bright pumpkin flavor, this Pumpkin Cheesecake Mousse is a delicious fall dessert.

Hence, if you’re looking for a creamy, pumpkin-y dessert that doesn’t require as much effort to make as a homemade pumpkin pie, this no-bake cheesecake mousse is the ideal choice.

Chipotle Pumpkin Pasta

Skillet full of smoky, spicy, and creamy Chipotle Pumpkin Pasta.

Chipotle Pumpkin Pasta is a tasty fall dish that combines smoky, spicy, creamy, and the flavors of fall in an easy recipe that does not contain tomatoes.

You can serve this creamy, smoky, and spicy pumpkin sauce over any type of pasta you can imagine!

Don’t forget to roast those pumpkin seeds if you’re carving pumpkins this weekend!

Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

It is fast, easy, and delicious to roast your own pumpkin seeds as a delicious byproduct of pumpkin carving. Roasted pumpkin seeds are an easy and delicious fall treat to try at home.

Roasted pumpkin seeds in a small black ceramic bowl with pumpkins and leaves on the sides

  • If you want to bake pumpkin seeds, first preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Rinse the pumpkin seeds in a colander and remove any remaining pumpkin flesh that might be attached to the seeds. Now place the cornmeal in a cotton dishcloth and pat them dry (the seeds might not feel totally dry because of their slippery coating).
  • It is important to wash and dry the pumpkin seeds and then sprinkle them with cooking oil and seasoning. Combine these ingredients and stir until you have a well-coated bowl of pumpkin seeds. Place the coated seeds on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and spread them in a single layer.
  • You will need to roast the roasted pumpkin seeds in a preheated oven for around 15 to 20 minutes, stirring every 5-10 minutes until the seeds are golden brown and nutty in flavor. The roasting time will vary depending on the size of the seeds and the level of moisture in the seeds.

In this recipe, you can use your favorite cooking oil for high heat, as well as your favorite seasoning blend (see notes above for seasoning ideas).


Serving: 0.25cupCalories: 78kcalCarbohydrates: 1.69gProtein: 3.43gFat: 7.05gSodium: 138.07mgFiber: 0.75g

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The above recipes are simple and easy to do, Apronese believes that you can do it successfully. Please share this useful article to your friends and relatives so more people know about it.