Top Pumpkin Recipes Recommended by Food Matters

1.
Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice Cupcakes

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The perfect snack to have after school during the autumn season. These are naturally sweet, guilt-free and fluffy with a creamy top. They will quickly become a favorite among the family!

2.
Pumpkin Hummus

This snack is delicious and nutritious. Ideal for a midafternoon energy boost. Even the pickiest eaters will love it because of its sweetness.

3.
Pumpkin Seed Milk

Pumpkin seeds contain a lot of minerals, including magnesium, phosphorus and zinc. They also have a high amount of essential fatty acid. They are cheaper than the nuts you’d use to make your own milk, and still offer a lot of health benefits.

4.
Pumpkin Spiced Vegan Truffles

It’s okay to indulge in a little stereotype. These vegan pumpkin spice truffles are the perfect snack. These truffles are packed with healthy fats and pumpkin spice, but without the refined sugar.

5.
Breakfast Tortillas with Charred Pumpkin

This dish is delicious and easy to prepare. While you are making a delicious gluten-free tortilla, you can also roast one of my favourite vegetables, butternut pumpkin. This low-carb vegetable is packed with nutrients and naturally sweet. It makes you feel great inside.

6.
Pumpkin Pie Spice Parfait

When you choose a healthy lifestyle, you don’t need to sacrifice your favorite holiday traditions or favorites. This parfait is just as delicious as the pumpkin pies your grandmother used to make. It’s also free of the sugar crash. You will also love the spiced-granola!

7.
Pumpkin Pie ‘Cheesecake’ Slice

Pumpkin pie fans rejoice! The humble old favorite has been transformed into a healthier, almost raw treat that’s just as delicious!

8.
Pumpkin Date & Almond Bread

It is delicious, easy to prepare, and satisfying. The loaf is grain and gluten-free, and it can easily be made dairy-free if you leave out the butter. A slice of this loaf is the perfect snack for after-workout or afternoon pick-me up. It has the perfect combination of carbs and protein.


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