After tonight there will be a lot of “slightly used” pumpkins around that shouldn’t be allowed to go to waste. I light my Jack o’ Lantern using a glow stick so as not to ruin the flesh. It’s been kept nice and cold outside for the last few days with our northern Maine chilly temps – 41 degrees today. So tomorrow I will dig out a few of my favorite pumpkin recipes and put my buddy Jack to some good use. I’d like to share 5 of them with you now.
Pumpkin Pie with a little bit of twist! (Click on picture below to go to recipe)
How about some yummy Artisan Pumpkin Bread (Click on picture below to go to recipe)
Or how about a recipe for a more conventional Pumpkin Cranberry Bread – (Click on picture below to go to recipe)
How about a rich comforting side like Creamy Pumpkin Risotto in a Slow Cooker – click on pic below to go to recipe
How about a unique condiment like Pumpkin Chutney – click on pic to go to recipe
Audra @ Renewed Projects says
your pumpkin chutney looks yummy! too bad my pumpkins have already turned to mush—too many freezing nights with a thawing daytime temperature. its a neat science experiment for the kids, though.
Those sound delicious! I’ve never heard of pumpkin risotto but it seems like a match made in heaven. Thanks for linking up to Merry Monday!
Great bunch of pumpkin recipes.Thank you for linking up to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party. I have pinned your post to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Board.Would love to see you again next Monday.