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The fall harvest brings a bounty of beautiful produce including pumpkin, squash varietals, and gourds. While pumpkin pie might be the first thing to come to mind when seeing this delicious squash, there are so many savory recipes it can be used in. Here are some mouth-watering, hearty, and great recipes to use pumpkin in this fall!
Pumpkin Mac n Cheese
Andrea from The Petite Cook has amped up her mac n cheese with the addition of roasted pumpkin chunks. Filled with delicious cheese and thyme, this fall version of mac n cheese is a great idea to add into your weeknight rotation.
Chili and Lime Roasted Pumpkin with Yoghurt Dressing
Looking for a great fall themed appetizer or vegetable side? Jayne from The Purple Ladle has got your covered! Her delicious roasted pumpkin recipe is speckled with chili spice and sesame seeds and topped with a creamy lime yogurt dressing. Yum!
Pumpkin Chili Sliders
Whitney from Whitney Bond has created a perfect fall themed recipe great for football Sundays! Her pumpkin chili sliders are hearty, spicy, and the perfect bite. Be sure to make extras- these sliders will go fast!
Creamy Roasted Pumpkin Ginger Soup
A lovely soup and on a cold fall night is incredibly comforting. Warm up in the evening with this ginger spiced soup from Angela of Bare Root Girl. This soup is filled with seasonal flavors and best of all it is paleo friendly. Get that gourd roasting!
Spiced Afghan Pumpkin Stew
A little taste of Middle Eastern spices are here to warm you up! Alissa of Connoisseurus Veg has created a vegetarian version of an Afghan stew filled with pumpkin. Get a bit of spice in every bite from the harissa mixed into the stew. Serve over rice for a hearty evening meal without the meat!
Veggie Enchiladas with Pumpkin Enchilada Sauce
A great autumnal twist on the beloved Mexican dish. Izzy from She Likes Food has created a delicious, veggie packed, and gluten-free enchilada recipe! Filled with corn, black beans, and brown rice, this hearty recipe will keep you full. And of course don’t forget the incredible pumpkin enchilada sauce to top it off- it gives the dish a sweet, fall-inspired, spicy bite! Yum!