I love the smell of pumpkin bread baking on a chilly fall morning, don’t you? This time of year is wrapped up in so many wonderful tastes and fragrances. I want my kids to have these same kinds of feel-good memories in their minds when they are adults, so I’m working diligently to create them now.
Whether you’re using fresh or canned pumpkin, now is the time to make some delicious pumpkin recipes. Pumpkins are rich in nutrients like vitamin A, and beta carotene, and more. Their signature flavor is mild yet still maintains a richness that makes it so easy to use in numerous baking dishes. I use pumpkin in all sorts of recipes–in fact, wherever you use applesauce as a substitute in a recipe, you can substitute pumpkin. When I do this, I always add a little cinnamon too because the flavors pair so beautifully. Plus, that rich pumpkin color always makes the food look so pretty.
Here are some of my favorite recipes for Pumpkin.
Pumpkin Bread –The smell of a freshly baked loaf is comforting before it ever gets to my mouth.
Cranberry Pumpkin Bread –This is a little something different. You’ll love the pairing of these two seasonal flavors.
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins — My children love these muffins. We enjoy them all year long!
Pumpkin Ravioli — This takes a little bit of effort, but it’s fun to make the rewards are delicious.
Holiday Pumpkin Recipe List — See more pumpkin recipes here.
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