Find the most delicious canned pumpkin recipes to make use of a can of pumpkin you already have!
This is such an easy method that quickly bakes up in an 8×8-inch pan. Add fruit or chocolate according to your preferences.
With oats, simple ingredients, and an easy method, these mini muffins are a delicious breakfast or snack.
With plenty of protein and an easy method, these are a go-to fall recipe to share with the kids.
With or without chocolate chips, these are a nutritious take on a classic pumpkin muffin with oats for fiber and complex carbs. And there’s an easy blender method, too!
This bread has the classic flavor and moist crumb of a traditional Pumpkin Bread, but with half the sugar. It stores well too!
Put any kind of oats you have on hand to good use in this healthy oatmeal recipe that works for babies and toddlers on up.
A little pumpkin puree, a little chocolate, and plenty of filling fats and protein to keep everyone going, this is such a yummy combo of flavors.
This fresh pumpkin puree is mellow and flavorful, and can be combined with other purees to make delicious baby food combinations.
Serve up a most fun lunch or dinner with this super easy pumpkin quesadilla. It is delicious and nutritious!
These easy quesadillas can be made with pumpkin puree, sweet potato puree, or butternut squash puree.
We love these for Halloween or any time in the fall. They’re actually loaded with protein and a great recipe for a donut pan.
These soft-baked cookies taste like mouthfuls of delicious pumpkin bread, in cookie form. They are made with just a few ingredients and are so perfect to share with the kids.
Cookies that have all the best fall flavors, are easy to make, and taste so light and airy? I’m in!
There is nothing as good as a bite-size cupcake with cream cheese frosting, and these little beauties prove it. Oh, and they’re easy, too!
Tip: If you wind up with some pumpkin left over, you can store it in the fridge for up to a week in an airtight container. Visit the blog for even more tips and tricks!