This post is for my fellow pumpkin addicts. Yes, sadly, fall has come and gone. However, I have some good news for you and your love of all things pumpkin. Pumpkin recipes shouldn’t be limited to a certain time of year. I have collected a list of Perfect Pumpkin Recipes the Whole Family Will Love any time of the year!
We often limit pumpkins to sweet treats. However, pumpkins can be enjoyed in many forms from sweet desserts to savory salads and so much more!
If this still isn’t enough to convince you to think pumpkins year-round think about the health benefits of pumpkins. Pumpkins are high in antioxidants, Vitamin C, fiber, potassium, and more! This information makes pumpkins a tasty AND healthy addition to any dish, sweet or savory.
Perfect Pumpkin Recipes the Whole Family Will Love
Don’t let the beautiful pictures fool you, this dish can be easily prepared on a weeknight. This dish screams Fall. However, it is perfectly wonderful every night of the year. Via Raising Generation Nourished
If you are a fan of pumpkin and coconut this recipe is a must-try for you! Easy to make and it tastes so very yummy. Via Fave Family Recipes
This pumpkin ice cream is a perfect treat no matter the time of year. It tastes amazing and has the added bonus of being Paleo and dairy-free. Via Tessa the Domestic Diva
You can be so creative when it comes to chili. Whether you love adding beef or poultry as your meat or going the vegan route, everyone loves a good bowl of chili. This recipe is quick and easy and the pumpkin adds a depth of flavor. Plus pumpkin is high in antioxidants and fiber. Via Heartbeats Soul Stains
Kids will love this savory treat any time of the year. These Pumpkin Mummies are quick, easy, and fun to make with your kids. Via Daisies & Pie
If you are looking for a pumpkin dish that is Paleo, Whole30 and Keto friendly then look no further. This is a tasty and quick recipe that you can do in your Instant Pot that is full of flavor! Via I Heart Umami
The brownies are yummy and so very decadent. Plus, they have the added bonus of being quick and easy. You will love these Pumpkin Cheesecake Brownies, which are a modification to your favorite box of brownies mix! Via My Nourished Home
If you love pumpkin and snickerdoodles this is the perfect recipe for you! If you have a sweet tooth but want to ring in the New Year with healthier food choices then this is a must-try recipe for you. These cookies are gluten-free and sugar-free with AIP, egg & dairy-free options. Via Whole New Mom
This is another healthy choice when it comes to pumpkin, but this Pumpkin Chai Latte doesn’t skimp on the flavor. It is grain-free, gluten-free, and contains no eggs, dairy, or refined sugar. This Pumpkin Chai Latte can be enjoyed all year long! Via Raia’s Recipes
Even though fall might be over, we still have a couple of months left of winter. This is a perfect dish to warm up with on a cold, winter night. It’s full of flavor and Paleo, Keto, and Whole30 friendly. Via Prepare & Nourish
These Pumpkin Pie Overnight Oats taste like a big slice of Pumpkin Pie, without the added calories. These oats are easy to prepare, gluten-free and a good source of protein. A great breakfast idea for those busy workdays. Via The Delicious Spoon
You can enjoy the tastes of fall any time of the year with this low-carb, keto-friendly Pumpkin Cream Mousse that doesn’t come with the guilt. The perfect treat that is full of flavor and not the calories. Via Easy Keto Dishes
This Pumpkin Butter is easy to make and packs a punch of flavor! You can add this wonderful Pumpkin Butter on your toast, scones, ice cream, oatmeal, and so much more to add a perfect taste of pumpkin (and fall) all year long! Via Kristine in Between
I hope these wonderful recipes have convinced you that pumpkin can (and should) be enjoyed all year long. How can you say no to pumpkin when there are so many wonderful recipes available?
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