4 Flavorful Ways to Enjoy Pumpkin This Fall
October 14, 2014 | klein
Now that you’re an adult, you’ve finally come to the sad realization that you can’t eat pumpkin pie for every meal throughout the fall season. Lucky for pumpkin lovers everywhere, there are a number of different ways to prepare this fall favorite.
Thai Pumpkin Soup [allrecipes.com]
Pumpkin soup is a staple of Thai cuisine, beloved for its mild flavor and warm, filling taste that’s perfect on chilly afternoons. This recipe blends healthy pumpkin with unsweetened coconut milk, and you can customize the spices to make it as spicy or as mild as you like.
Classic Pumpkin Pie [myrecipes.com]
If you’re in charge of providing the dessert at an autumn gathering, you can’t go wrong with a classic pumpkin pie. This traditional recipe is a great one to keep in your arsenal.
Pumpkin Butter [marthastewart.com]
With only four ingredients and not much skill required, pumpkin butter is a simple recipe that goes a long way. This version includes turbinado sugar and brown sugar for an extra sweet taste that’s perfect on your morning toast.
Pumpkin Cannelloni with Sage Butter Sauce [countryliving.com]
Take your love of pumpkin to a whole new level by turning it into a pasta entree. Large cannelloni noodles are stuffed with sweet pumpkin and topped with a simple, savory sage butter sauce that looks (and tastes) more complex than it actually is.