7 Pumpkin Recipes to Celebrate Fall303
with Ariana Cuadra
Savory Spice Team
Fall Recipes Pumpkin Pumpkin Spice
Embrace the pumpkin. Love the pumpkin. BE the pumpkin. At least that’s how it feels every year around this time. Whether you love cooking with pumpkin or not, it just feels right to try out at least one orange dish when fall comes knocking. And when you do, make sure it’s one of these Savory Test Kitchen Approved recipes.
Who put prosciutto in my pumpkin soup? You’re a genius! This is a classic pumpkin soup, but it’s far from basic. Anything that can go into a slow cooker is usually easier and more delicious, am I right? Find out for yourself and report back. #squashgoals
“This spicy chili will warm your soul and give you a reason to use canned pumpkin in something else besides pumpkin pie.”
Grant me the strength to not eat the entire pot of this delicious chili before the family comes down for dinner.
Bonus joke: What do you get when you drop a pumpkin? Squash.
“Sweet treat or spicy trick? You decide!”
Boo! Add Ghost Curry Powder to some cookies in each batch, then watch to see who gets the spicy surprise. A fun party trick for the grownups!
“There are several steps to this recipe, but the final result is well worth the effort. It tastes just like you stirred up leftover pieces of pumpkin pie and stuck them in the freezer to enjoy later.”
Just when you thought we couldn’t put pumpkin into something else, we did. Make a creamy float with this ice cream for an extra dose of guilty pleasure.
This recipe is so good I bet Cinderella would ask her Fairy Godmother to turn that carriage back into a pumpkin so she could make this soup instead of going to the ball. As if pumpkin soup wasn't already perfect enough for chilly nights, the addition of chipotle and cinnamon makes this dish absolutely crave-worthy. Don’t even talk to me about the bread bowl...but seriously, you should serve this in a bread bowl.
"Make your own fall-inspired caramel corn in minutes with this easy stovetop and microwave method."
Turn your typical popcorn into something really special with this autumnal recipe. Best enjoyed while cozied up on a couch in front of a scary movie.
“This is a hot chocolate for all ages. The adults will be impressed you spiced up a wintertime classic, and the kids won't even notice that you snuck veggies into their favorite chocolaty drink.”
Non-coffee drinkers, rejoice! This Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate is for you. Hop on the PSL train and transition seamlesly from fall to winter with this twist on a favorite cold weather drink.
If you're craving more pumpkin-spiked eats, check out all our pumpkin recipes.
And now, one last joke: Why was Cinderella so bad at softball? She had a pumpkin coach.