These pumpkin recipes go way beyond just pumpkin bread and pumpkin pie. With these fun and easy pumpkin recipes, I'll show you lots of creative ways to enjoy fall's favorite squash. From pumpkin pancakes to pumpkin whoopie pies, these recipes will delight the pumpkin fans in your house from morning until night. And remember, pumpkin is loaded with vitamins, fiber and minerals, so enjoy - and be sure to rate these recipes!
Don't Miss: Pumpkin Bread and Muffin Recipes
Could there be a better way to start a fall day than with these pumpkin pancakes? I think not. Light and fluffy, these pancakes make a perfect Thanksgiving or Christmas breakfast dish. I like to serve these pancakes topped with toasted pecans and warm maple syrup.
Like pumpkin pie in a glass, these pumpkin smoothies are like an icy, pumpkin milkshake (but with a lot more vitamins and a lot less fat and calories than a typical milkshake). These smoothies make a fantastic breakfast on Thanksgiving morning.
This coffee cake is one of those recipes that works just as well for breakfast as it does for dessert. I like to serve this coffee cake on Thanksgiving morning while we watch the parades on TV.
Looking for pumpkin recipes to complete your Halloween party? These pumpkin cream cheese brownies are just the ticket. The orange-and-black color makes a festive treat for Halloween or Thanksgiving.
Ice cream-lovers rejoice! This is one of those pumpkin desserts that's designed especially for you. If you don't like traditional pumpkin pie, try this pumpkin ice cream pie instead. It's cool and frosty and tastes great topped with warm caramel sauce.
Pumpkin cheesecake is becoming one of the more popular desserts for Thanksgiving and Christmas. But a lot of people find making cheesecake frustrating, because it can crack and become grainy. Not this pumpkin cheesecake. I bake it in a 200-degree oven for 6-8 hours. Yes, hours. The slow cooking process keeps this pumpkin cheesecake recipe smooth and creamy.