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.
This recipe goes together in just 15 minutes by starting with cooked pumpkin puree and prepared marmalade. Spread on toast or crackers.
A twist on the popular Italian main dish. If you like pumpkin, this lasagna recipe may become a new tradition in your home.
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.
Cake mix and canned pumpkin make these little cakes, which have a light marshmallow filling.
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.
Riesling-marinated fruit gives this nutty dessert a fruitcake-like touch, while a scoop of fluffy whipped cream lightens things up. The inspiration for this sweet treat: ingredients served at the first Thanksgiving.
These low-fat waffles are made with whole wheat flour so you can feel good about feeding the healthful, filling food to kids.
Boxed pound cake mix makes this lookalike dessert a cinch to make. For a scream come Halloween, serve alongside a vanilla ice cream "ghost."
Pumpkin and spices make this strudel a perfect dessert for fall.
Float thin pear slices atop this velvety soup for an elegant effect.
Protein powder isn't just for shakes. In this fall breakfast, it stands in for some of the flour, adding staying power to the gluten-free waffles.
You can make these spice bars ahead and keep them refrigerated until party time.
The spices that infuse this ice cream are the same ones found in the best pumpkin pies. Splendid as an accompaniment to cake, this ice cream is spectacular on its own too.
We can thank Native Americans for helping make pumpkin bread a fall classic. Native Americans commonly used pumpkins for food and pumpkin vines as a material to make woven mats, and they were the ones who introduced European settlers to pumpkin. The settlers combined Old World cooking ideas with the new ingredients they encountered in the New World, leading to a variety of new dishes, pumpkin bread among them.
All of your favorite flavors of fall, from apple to pumpkin to cinnamon, simmer in your slow cooker to create one comforting cocktail. Serve it fireside or at a holiday party.
This punch tastes like pumpkin pie in a glass. Serve in a hollowed-out gourd for a seasonal centerpiece for your holiday buffet.