Fall is the season to indulge in all things pumpkin and we have some fabulous recipes for you to try at home. Whether you’re a pro in the kitchen or just fumbling your way through, these easy fall recipes will help you add a touch of autumn to your plate this month.
No-bake pumpkin cheesecake
Luscious, creamy and easy on the eyes, your taste-testers will never be able to tell how easy this no-bake pumpkin cheesecake was to make! You can whip it up in only 15 minutes of hands-on prep time and 4 hours of refrigeration time. It’s the perfect last-minute fall dinner party dessert. Don’t skip the spicy gingersnap crust -- it just screams fall. You can even make this cheesecake days in advance or freeze it for a rainy day. Best of all, you can serve it straight from the freezer!
Smokey pumpkin devilled eggs
These smokey pumpkin devilled eggs are the CUTEST appetizer in the history of fall. The creamy, smokey and delicious pumpkin-infused filling, accented with little gherkin pickles, actually looks like little pumpkins! If you’re entertaining this Thanksgiving or Halloween, this dish is a must on your table.
Bourbon pumpkin pie
No pumpkin recipe collection would be complete without a pumpkin pie! But this is no ordinary pumpkin pie my friends, this pie is special. This custardy and rich bourbon pumpkin pie has a ton of depth of flavour thanks to the bourbon, ingredients like sour cream, and spices like cinnamon, ginger and allspice. Make it for a fall dinner party, top it with whipped cream or ice cream and it will be all that the party guests can talk about.
Roasted pumpkin, marjoram and blue cheese frittata
Pumpkin for breakfast? Yes please! This roasted pumpkin, marjoram and blue cheese frittata is an incredible dish that will be a standout on your breakfast or brunch table and can totally feed a crowd of savoury breakfast lovers. It could also be a great vegetarian lunch entree or dinner entree! It has a few steps to follow but they’re easy and you’ll spend most of the time needed waiting around while it’s in the oven. Blue cheese isn’t everyone’s cup of tea so consider swapping in something like cream cheese or goat’s cheese for picky eaters.
We hope you enjoy these fabulous pumpkin recipes this fall. This magical season is short-lived, so soak up all its flavour while you can!