3 Easy Recipes With Pumpkin To Try This Fall
Craving favorite recipes with pumpkin such as pumpkin bread, pumpkin muffins or pumpkin pancakes? You’ll find something you love among these simple pumpkin spice recipes and fall baking ideas.
Is it just me, or is there something about the autumnal solstice that sends you into full-on obsession mode in your quest for the best pumpkin recipes? You’re in a safe place here.
It just doesn’t feel like fall until you’ve gorged yourself with enough fall recipes and pumpkin spice everything to last for another 9 months, until you’re ready to do it all over again.
If a little crispness in the air also sends you into a frenzy searching for fall baking ideas such as pumpkin bread, pumpkin muffins or pumpkin pancakes, you’ve come to the right place.
So grab your flannel, dig those scarves out from the back of your closet and get ready to get into the fall spirit with these rockstar recipes with pumpkin that the whole family will love.
A super moist pumpkin bread with overripe bananas is the perfect solution for those days when you discover you’ve left your bananas on the counter for a little bit too long.
This easy pumpkin banana bread recipe is fluffy but super moist since we’re using mashed pumpkin and bananas. The warmth of caramel-y brown sugar, pumpkin pie spice and ginger feels like a warm hug in cooler seasons.
This vegan recipe is free of eggs and dairy, though you can use butter instead of vegetable oil if you want. Bananas work triple-time to add flavor, emulsify and add a little bit of sweetness.
This recipe includes tips on how to turn a loaf recipe into a muffin recipe.
Cheese in pancakes?! Give it a try if you haven’t already — this kid-approved, family favorite recipe just might rock your world.
They’re fluffier, taller and thicker than traditional pancakes, but not dense. They’re packed with all the pumpkin spice magic that makes you fall in love with — well — fall. The ricotta in this pumpkin pancake recipe gives these flapjacks an incredibly moist texture, yet they still get nice and crispy on the exterior.
These pancakes are sweetened with maple syrup instead of sugar, which definitely adds to the #fallvibes.
Why not makes these for a Thanksgiving morning breakfast?
This pumpkin spice bread recipe is inspired by none other than the classic Starbucks pumpkin spice latte, AKA PSL. It’s topped with a super simple, three-ingredient coffee icing. A dose of coffee goodness is baked right into the recipe, too.
The warmth of the spices, brown sugar and coffee… It is ultra-cozy. Sprinkle with some pumpkin seeds for added garnish and flair to impress your guests.This recipe includes tips on how to turn a loaf recipe into a muffin recipe.
Now you can have your pumpkin spice latte and eat it too!