11 Pumpkin Recipes

Holiday Dishes

I absolutely adore fall – the leaves falling, cozy sweaters and pumpkin everything.  Here is a round up of my top 11 pumpkin recipes to inspire you in the kitchen this weekend!

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Homemade Apple Cider

Lifestyle

Homemade Apple Cider

Nothing beats a warm, cozy drink on a cold fall day and this Homemade Apple Cider is 100% on point! And who doesn’t love food that doubles as an air freshener?  Consider us sold.  Here’s the recipe to help you channel your inner Martha Stewart (and it’s not as complicated as you would think).

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Pumpkin Spice Spelt Waffles

Breakfast, Desserts & Baking, Recipes

Pumpkin Spice Spelt Waffles

These Pumpkin Spice Spelt Waffles are the perfect way to welcome in fall!  They are sooo yummy, freeze well for those busy weekday mornings, and are the very best way to satisfy those pumpkin cravings.  Just add a cozy sweater and a cup of tea and you have the recipe for the perfect Sunday morning.

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Pumpkin Ice Cream

Desserts & Baking, Gluten-Free, Recipes

Pumpkin pie ice cream

Alright, I MAY have gone a bit overboard when I purchased all of those cans of pumpkin puree in September, but I have no regrets.  Everything happens for a reason, and those cans of pumpkin were no exception.  Today needed a bit of brightening, and since ice cream is my favourite treat, there was no question about what was on … View The Post

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Pumpkin Scones

Breakfast, Desserts & Baking, Recipes

Pumpkin scones

Pumpkin is incredible.  Seriously.  Not only is it a nutrition powerhouse (full of fibre and Vitamin A), it is ridiculously versatile.  Is there anything this vegetable can’t do?  Soups, donuts, pie, risotto, muffins, ice cream (coming up next, I have a lot of pumpkin puree to work through folks)…and scones of course.

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Fall Oatmeal Two Ways

Breakfast, Recipes

Fall oatmeal two ways

One of my favourite ways to start a day when the weather turns colder is with a bowl of cozy oatmeal. It is so healthy, loaded with fibre, and is incredibly versatile. Oatmeal only takes 20 minutes to make (less if you use the quick oatmeal), and really ‘sticks-to-your-ribs’ as my granny would say.  Here are two ways to bring … View The Post

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