While popular in sweet desserts, pumpkin is a great addition to savory recipes. From curries to stews to soups, these easy pumpkin recipes call for either fresh or canned pumpkin.See Popular Pumpkin Recipes
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Pumpkin...gingersnaps...caramel. Fabulous flavors of fall are featured in an irresistible cheesecake.
Pumpkin, ginger, nutmeg, cream and applesauce flavor this pureed soup that's elegant and satisfying. Best of all, it's ready in 45 minutes.
In just half an hour this vegetable soup recipe can be ready to warm you up. Make an extra batch of the spiced croutons for snacking.
A twist on the popular Italian main dish. If you like pumpkin, this lasagna recipe may become a new tradition in your home.
This recipe goes together in just 15 minutes by starting with cooked pumpkin puree and prepared marmalade. Spread on toast or crackers.
Cake mix and purchased frosting pair up with some extras to create a scrumptious pumpkin and praline indulgence.
Here's a delicious alternative to traditional pumpkin pie. And to make the napoleons look as good as they taste, check out the simple directions for making the striped design on top.
Made with pumpkin puree, warm spices, and a handful of other ingredients, this creamy all-purpose spread is delicious on pancakes, muffins, and toasted bread.
Cake mix and canned pumpkin make these little cakes, which have a light marshmallow filling.
Embrace autumn with a sweet no-mess pumpkin cake.
Betty Crocker® Gluten Free chocolate chip cookie mix, pumpkin and a pinch of spice bake into yummy homemade cookies.
You will give thanks for this fragrant and soulful soup especially in the fall when pumpkins are plentiful.
The comforting flavors of the fall harvest are prominently featured in this sweet and savory side dish that's easy to make and ready in just 30 minutes.
There's a lot more fun to be had with pumpkins than carving them into jack-o'-lanterns. In my house, pumpkins do double duty: I use them first as dinner-table centerpieces, and then turn them into edibles. I like to make a big batch of pumpkin (or other squash) soup, and use the shell itself as the soup tureen. Just pop the pumpkin in the oven while you're making the soup (directions are below). And when the soup is gone, you can scrape the sides of the pumpkin bowl and enjoy what's left; nothing goes to waste.