It’s been officially 10 days since the release of my new ebook – POWERBOWLS and I’m thrilled at the reviews so far and seeing other people recreate the recipes! Thank you again to everyone who’s supported me through this book …
you. are. awesome.
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So – I know I just posted a pumpkin recipe – However, I didn’t want to miss the chance to highlight some other fantastic must-try pumpkin recipes on my blog, AND a few others I’ve found out in the blogosphere that you also must try!
Why do I love pumpkin so much? Well, not only does it taste delicious in a sweet or savoury dish it’s uber healthy as it’s loaded with antioxidants! Pumpkin is also a great source of fibre and the seeds are a delicious snack, full of healthy omega fatty acids.
Oh, and you can also carve funny faces into pumpkins – which I love to do in October! One year I free-hand carved a wolf howling at the moon.. it was epic…until I pushed on the leg and it broke off, then I had a three-legged wolf howling at the moon. #fail
Ok enough chit chat. Here are the recipes you must try!
Hemp & Pumpkin Pie Energy Poppers
Healthy Pumpkin Cheesecake Waffles
Raw Chocolate Gingerbread & Pumpkin Fudge
Pumpkin Granola Yogurt Parfait
…what a list hey?! Yum, yum, yum! Give me all the pumpkin!
I’ve also found a few recipes out in the blogosphere that make pumpkin shine and are definitely worth a try…
…check out these Pumpkin Pie Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups from Chocolate Covered Katie – seriously, who doesn’t already love the combo of PB & Chocolate?! Now throw some pumpkin into the mix?! Mind blown!
I’ve actually made these Healthy Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Oat Bars from Ambitious Kitchen a few times and they never disappoint – moist, sweet, healthy, and delicious, they are a big WIN.
These Pumpkin Cheesecake Parfaits look UNREAL – I can’t do actual yogurt, but I’d definitely give this recipe a try with a dairy free almond or coconut yogurt instead – wow.
So there you have it – a nice little list of fantastic pumpkin deliciousness that you can get yourself into this weekend! I hope everyone has a fantastic Thanksgiving here in Canada – enjoy your feasts and I’ll see you all back here next week with a fantastic guest post from my girl Deryn from Running on Real Food! 🙂
Nutritionist in the Kitch
So much pumpkin! And such colourful treats as well, I want it all, now! The antioxidants could help me overcome this cold of mine 😛
I hope you’re enjoying your weekend Missy! x
Thanks Julie! Feel better asap! 🙂