Grab your favorite flannel and head to the kitchen! You’ll want to make every one of these pumpkin puree recipes.
Get ready to fill your home with the comforting scent of pumpkin and warm spices.
Don’t worry, this list is not just desserts and pies. You’re about to open yourself up to a whole world of pumpkin recipes.
From cheesecakes to soups and pasta sauce, you’ll find a few delicious tricks and treats.
Grab a few cans at the store because these pumpkin puree recipes can’t be missed.
Pumpkin pie might be the most common pumpkin puree recipe out there and for good reason.
This delicious classic pumpkin pie is creamy, flavorful, and perfect for the holidays.
Pumpkin puree combines with just five other ingredients to produce one deliciously easy dessert.
Velvety spiced pumpkin filling sits inside of a buttery crisp crust. I guarantee you’ll make this recipe year after year.
If you’ve ever had zucchini bread, you know why it’s known for being incredibly moist.
This pumpkin version is no exception.
Don’t worry, you can’t taste the zucchini. Its purpose is just to add moisture to the loaf.
Pumpkin puree, along with cinnamon and nutmeg, adds a dash of fall flavor.
Pumpkin zucchini bread is a wonderful option for breakfast or snacking!
Looking for an incredibly easy no-bake autumnal dessert? Try this pumpkin fluff dip.
It’s a creamy, fluffy, dessert that begs to be dipped. Serve it with sliced apples, graham crackers, pretzels, or cookies.
This recipe is seriously easy. Just throw all of the ingredients into a bowl and mix! It’s that simple.
4. Pumpkin Cake
Pumpkin cake for the pumpkin purists. This cake highlights the flavors of pumpkin and all of the wonderful spices.
Soft and moist, this cake will be calling your name. The cream cheese frosting on top is tangy, sweet, and super crave-able.
Bake this cake for any fall celebration and your guests will love it.
Pumpkin cupcakes are the perfect fall treat. They’re easy to make and they’re a delicious quick dessert.
These cupcakes have a perfect blend of spices and wonderful pumpkin flavor.
The tangy cream cheese frosting is the perfect match for the pumpkin.
Enjoy these moist and tasty cupcakes during a fall birthday party or make them for the holidays.
Pumpkin bread is like the fall version of banana bread. You’re going to be making this all season long.
Tender, moist, and full of flavor, this pumpkin bread is hard to beat. It makes a fantastic breakfast treat or afternoon snack.
I love making pumpkin bread with my family. Plus, the whole loaf can be given as a gift.
Possibly the easiest recipe on the list, these pumpkin muffins are fantastic.
You only need a box of cake mix and a can of pumpkin puree.
Combine the two and you’ll soon have delicious muffins to snack on.
The chocolate chips are the perfect finishing touch. These muffins will quickly put a smile on your face.
Pumpkin bread is always a treat. Add in some chocolate chips for an extra special indulgence.
Rich chocolate chips are scattered throughout this loaf. And let’s just say, it’s a healthy portion.
You’re going to love the spiced pumpkin flavor of this soft, chocolatey pumpkin bread.
9. Pumpkin Roll
This pumpkin roll is pretty and impressive. Not only is it beautiful, but it’s also tasty.
A swirl of moist cake and creamy filling makes this a spectacular display.
This cake is also best served chilled so you can make it ahead of time!
Once you perfect this dessert you’ll want to make it all the time.
Try these deliciously chewy pumpkin cookies. You’ll be sneaking back into the kitchen well after the turkey is gone.
Perfectly spiced and with just the right amount of pumpkin, these are a lovely treat.
The chewy texture is wonderful and the crunchy cinnamon sugar on the outside is divine.
This is a yummy recipe that will satisfy any sweet tooth.
Chocolate chip cookies are a classic but during the holidays, I always want something special.
These pumpkin chocolate chip cookies will do exactly that. These cookies are egg-free.
Plus, there are a few tricks you can use that will result in the perfect cookie.
If somebody you know is hesitant about pumpkin recipes, introduce them to this recipe. They’ll be hooked!
Pumpkin snickerdoodles are another twist on a fantastic classic.
These cookies have a lovely chewy texture. They also have the most spectacular crunch from the sugar coating.
If you’re making these for a party or gathering, don’t forget to leave a few behind.
They’ll disappear quickly and you’ll want more later.
Pumpkin pancakes are the absolute best way to start your day.
Breakfast during the holidays always seems a bit more comforting.
These pumpkin pancakes filled with pumpkin and warm spices are heavenly.
Top these fluffy pancakes with butter and warm maple syrup. You’ll fall in love with every bite.
Double-layer pumpkin cheesecake is the best of both worlds.
This dessert has a creamy cheesecake bottom and a spiced pumpkin pie top.
Start with a graham cracker crust, homemade or store-bought is fine.
Then, fill in with the velvety cheesecake and flavorful pumpkin layers.
Grab your flannel and dig into this dreamy fall dessert.
Pumpkin puree doesn’t have to be for sweets. Pumpkin makes fantastic fall meals.
This creamy soup has tons of flavor and will warm you right up.
Pumpkin, onions, chicken stock, and a few other aromatic ingredients combine for one comforting dish.
For a cozy movie night or game night with friends, this soup is sure to satisfy.
Whoopie pies are a fun and fantastic treat any time of year.
These pumpkin treats are perfect for those on-the-go shopping days and bustling holidays.
The cookies are so soft and tender with the best-spiced flavor.
The smooth maple cream cheese frosting is the ultimate filling.
Try these sweet sandwich cookies the next time you have guests over. They’ll rave about them all season long.
At this point, it’s safe to assume that there’s a pumpkin version of almost any dish out there.
Pumpkin chili is an unexpected recipe that will soon be your fall go-to recipe.
This is the ideal rainy day meal. Add some pumpkin puree for a chili that’s rich and soup-like without being heavy.
If you’re searching for the ultimate comfort food, this is it!
Pumpkin spice waffles will keep you full and ready for a day full of holiday shopping.
These crispy on the outside, deliciously flavored, and warm spice-filled waffles are incredible.
Cozy fall weather calls for comforting meals.
These pumpkin spice waffles will unlock new core memories with your family and friends.
19. Pumpkin Mousse
Pumpkin mousse is a quick and easy dessert that is perfect for your next fall dinner party.
In just about 10 minutes, you’ll enjoy this incredibly creamy dessert by the spoonful.
My favorite part about this dessert is that you can customize it.
Add your favorite toppings and let the pumpkin-spiced party begin!
Pumpkin cornbread is a terrific side dish for all of your favorite fall comfort foods.
This soft, moist, and flavorful cornbread will quickly become your new obsession.
Bake it in a muffin tin for easy serving or turn it into a holiday stuffing.
It’s super easy to jazz up your usual cornbread. Your favorite soup is about to get a new best friend.
Sometimes, you can’t always get to your local coffee shop for your PSL.
Enter this homemade recipe, and you’ll make them on the regular.
Pumpkin spice lattes are extremely popular so this recipe would be incredible for a party.
The warm spices and subtle, yet delicious pumpkin flavor is extremely cozy.
This is the perfect drink for holiday mornings or festive holiday gatherings.
22. Pumpkin Crepes
Pumpkin crepes will satisfy your sweet tooth for breakfast or dessert.
Filled with a smooth and tangy cream cheese filling, you’ll fall head over heels for these crepes.
Crepes are a type of thin pancake that is often filled with sweet or savory fillings. This version is heavenly.
This is a fancy and fun breakfast that will instantly brighten your day.
Chocolate pumpkin cake is rich and decadent with a dash of fall flair.
This cake is so moist and the pumpkin and spices make the cake extra special. Indulgent chocolate ganache is spread on top.
You can’t get much better than this when it comes to desserts.
If you know any pumpkin lovers with a birthday coming up, this is the cake you need to make.
Easy pumpkin trifle is layer upon layer of scrumptious flavors.
It starts with a crispy crunchy gingersnap layer. Then, thick and creamy pumpkin spice cheesecake is layered over it.
Finally, a generous helping of fluffy whipped cream goes on top.
Repeat those layers and you can scoop into this unforgettable treat.
I think this dish is best served right after you make it so the cookies stay crispy.
25. Pumpkin Dip
Pumpkin dip is one of the easiest and tastiest party foods there is.
It’s perfectly creamy and wonderfully flavored. This dip only requires six ingredients and it’s dairy-free!
Plus, there’s no oven required. Just combine and mix.
Scoop it up with graham crackers, gingersnaps, or apples. Your guests will huddle around this dip until it’s gone.
Pumpkin pasta sauce is even better than you can imagine. This sauce is exactly what you would want and more!
Think of this as a healthy, creamy pasta, but with incredible flavor.
With pumpkin, reduced-fat cream cheese, fresh sage, and garlic, this sauce is hard to beat.
Take pasta night to a whole new level with this amazing pumpkin pasta sauce.
I’ll call this a loose interpretation of fettuccine alfredo but it’s still oh-so-delicious.
Pumpkin puree is the main ingredient.
The red peppers, creamy goat cheese, and rosemary help it shine. The flavor of this pumpkin alfredo is unmatched.
Toss some freshly cooked fettuccine noodles in this super creamy sauce.
You’ll soon have an incredibly delicious meal.
Pumpkin cinnamon rolls are the ideal holiday breakfast. You get pumpkin two ways in this recipe so you’re in for a treat.
Pumpkin puree in the dough makes them extra moist and fluffy. The pumpkin spice filling is next-level tasty.
I guarantee you’ve never had cinnamon rolls quite like these. You’ll make these year after year.
29. Pumpkin Hummus
Hummus usually comes in all sorts of varieties. You’ve had red pepper or garlic but have you ever had pumpkin hummus?
Pumpkin puree is a fantastic ingredient to add to hummus.
It adds just the right amount of flavor and keeps the dip nice and creamy.
This hummus is a great match for crunchy veggies, pretzels, or spread onto sandwiches.
You can even add crunchy pumpkin seeds as a topping.
Surprisingly, all you need for these tasty donuts is pumpkin puree and self-rising flour.
The dough comes together pretty easily and there’s no needing or proofing needed.
Form the dough into little balls to make donut holes.
Once they’re cooked you can cover them in whatever delicious topping you desire. Try spiced sugar for some crunch and extra sweetness.
You can also glaze them or eat them plain. The pumpkin flavor will keep you coming back for more!
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