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This autumn, fall for these bite-size pumpkin pies encased in a nutty and heart-healthy pecan and date crust.
No-bake desserts are not just for summer. Cheesecakes are just as scrumptious during the chilly months. Fit a layer of pumpkin filling between yours this fall.
You just can't help falling in love with this pumpkin take on Elvis Presley's favorite peanut butter and banana sandwich. For top songs and this delicious sandwich, we thank you, Elvis, thank you very much.
After carving the perfect pumpkin, put ol’ Jack’s gooey guts to use with this sweet and smoky pumpkin seed recipe.
Cooking with canned pumpkin is one easy way to incorporate fall’s signature flavor into your favorite treats. This recipe calls for 2 tablespoons of canned pumpkin, which when mixed with butter, marshmallow creme and more makes for a fun orange cookie filling.
If you are up for a challenge, ditch the store-bought coffee cake this holiday season. Instead, with a little help from frozen puff pastry sheets, bake your own pumpkin and cream cheese danish in under an hour.
Fetch the cast-iron pan and a loaf of Hawaiian sweet bread. This pumpkin french toast recipe is a must-make. After baking for 45 minutes, slice and serve yours with coconut and almonds.
More canned pumpkin, bacon and chipotle chili peppers take this classic pasta dish to a new fall-tastic level. Pro tip: cook your pasta perfectly by finishing it in the sauce.
Brain-boosting almond slivers are used to garnish these perfectly pumpkin cupcakes iced in cream cheese frosting.
A good breakfast makes all the difference on a bad morning. Luckily, these overnight oats are made for meal prepping and flavored with autumnal favorites: pumpkin and pecan.
Another fall flavor mash-up, twice-baked pumpkin pie sweet potatoes are a side dish ideal for holiday dinners. Of course, potato recipes run the gamut from cheesy casseroles to creamy mashed potatoes, so take your pick.
Bread baking is not for the faint-hearted. However, this pumpkin spice loaf recipe is a fair introduction. All it takes is a smattering of pantry staples (flour, sugar, baking soda, etc.) plus a few added ingredients, namely orange juice, canned pumpkin and pecans.
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Topped with a pecan pomegranate salsa, this bright fall soup is as flavorful as it is colorful.
This impressive dessert is simpler than it lets on. First, follow the recipe instruction when baking your pumpkin cake and crafting your cream cheese filling. Spread the filling over the baked cake and roll up using a towel.
Easy Instant Pot recipes are lifesavers during the holiday season. This Thanksgiving, express your gratitude by baking and sharing this pumpkin bourbon cheesecake.
There are many tasty takes on classic French toast. For this recipe, add canned pumpkin to your typical mix of eggs, milk, vanilla and sugar before soaking the slices of bread. Cook on the skillet until golden brown and serve with syrup.
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Do not be fooled by these small hand-held empanadas. Although they will require some work, these pork, pumpkin, cheese and black bean treats will be worth the wait.
With gingersnap cookies as a crust base and a creamy pumpkin top, these mini cheesecakes are seriously seasonal. Refrigerate for two hours or overnight or make them ahead and freeze up to three days in advance.
This easy and fun recipe is perfect for cooking with kids. Sweetened condensed milk, chopped white chocolate, pumpkin pie spice and food coloring is all you’ll need for this fudgey fall snack.
Breakfast is what you make of it. But we highly recommend you allow yours to look a lot like these cream cheese stuffed pumpkin muffins.
This grilled chicken recipe served alongside a peanut-pumpkin sauce is anything but boring. Cook and serve yours as either an appetizer or main dish.
Yes, pumpkin pie can be even more pumpkiny. Shelled pumpkin seeds, known as pepitas, make up the crust of this spiced pumpkin holiday pie.
Six ingredients is all it takes to make this simple pumpkin pudding dump cake. Just gather your ingredients and, well, dump them all together. Bake for 30 to 35 minutes and enjoy.
The ideal sweater weather snack, these soft pumpkin cookies are made to be downed with a mug of hot chocolate near a warm fire and cuddly blanket.
Spice up your simple weeknight dinner rotation by swapping in this oven-baked risotto full of fall favorites like sage, pumpkin and garlic.
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Encased in a cookie crumb crust, this rich pumpkin chocolate tart is the perfect cross between an iconic pumpkin pie and decadent chocolate dessert.
Pudding recipes were among the most searched desserts this summer. Carry the trend through the fall using this instant pot pumpkin pudding recipe made of all of fall’s most iconic spices: cinnamon, ginger, pumpkin and nutmeg.
This autumnal cocktail combines coffee liqueur, vodka and heavy cream with pumpkin pie spice extract for a warm and rich blend. Pair it with dinner or save for an after-dinner drink.
Your kitchen will undoubtedly smell like fall while this Instant Pot pumpkin bread bakes for 55 minutes. So be patient, sip an astounding cup of homemade coffee and mentally transport yourself to the best fall foliage spot in your state.
Straight out of the Midwest, strata is a regional breakfast casserole typically made with bread, eggs and cheese. This pumpkin and sausage strata is prime fall-time eating.
There are some smoothies that taste as good as they look, and this is one such smoothie. To make yours today, all you need is orange juice, pumpkin, ginger and three spare minutes.
Don’t reach for the canned pumpkin. You will actually need an entire pumpkin to prepare this cozy home-cooked meal.
Our pumpkin recipe journey concludes with a tried-and-true signature pumpkin pie recipe. For good reason, this pie is counted among the 101 best Thanksgiving recipes.
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