Pumpkin spice up yo' life with these fall pumpkin recipes #Recipes#cooking#dessert#fall#food#Halloween#holidays#pumpkins#Thanksgiving Posted Oct 19 2016 Catherine Clark bijouxandbits Photos by: Catherine Clark Recipes and photos by Bijoux & Bits Related Post Easy-cheesy pumpkin dip Since it's that time of year when squash is cheap and plentiful, I picked up a kabocha squash (a.k.a. Japanese pumpkin) and decided to make... Read more Are you totally over pumpkin recipes yet?! I never tire of a little basic bish pumpkin spice, so I'm showing you three pumpkin-filled monstrosities of yumminess to serve up well into Thanksgiving season. Extend the goodness as long as you like. We've got some pancakes, killer dream bars, and a versatile dip that you can re-purpose in all kinds of ways. Shall we tempt your already-pumpkin spiced taste buds a little more? I say AYE! Pumpkin cookie butter pancakes with cream cheese glaze Pumpkin cookie butter pancakes with cream cheese glaze If you haven't joined the cookie butter bandwagon yet, this recipe may be a little different for you. But trust me, it's a killer. If you can't get a hold of cookie butter easily, any nut butter will do in a pinch. Get the recipe here. Pumpkin ginger dream bars Pumpkin ginger dream bars With a low sugar option, these dream bars are seriously a dream. Eat up the layers of ginger snaps, coconut, and caramel — so good. Get the recipe here. Maple cardamom pumpkin dip Maple cardamom pumpkin dip Cardamom is such a good spice for sweet recipes! Trust me, try it. And then eat this with cookies, with fruit, in an ice box cake, or just with a spoon. Heart eyes. Get the recipe here. Related Post Chocolate chip pumpkin bread recipe for a slightly-addictive loaf of heavenly fall bliss It's Fall where I live, and I have three bags of frozen, homemade, pumpkin puree in my freezer. Obviously it was time to use it. I started digging through my… Read More Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Catherine Clark Catherine Clark loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur babies, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS "I still feel angry and betrayed by my body": When breastfeeding doesn't go as you planned NEXT Fetishist or enthusiast? Musings on perceptions of corsetry and identity Show/Hide comments [ 8 ] My kid's teacher just asked all the parents to bring in pumpkin treats for their fall festival. After reading this mornings OBH post I was going to Google 'Pumpkin recipes." Thank you for saving me a step. Reply Does anyone know where I can find non-sweet pumpkin recipes? I can't have sugar anymore, but I love the taste of pumpkin! Reply Try looking for UK recipes, over here pumpkin is most definitely not for dessert! Also, over here the name "pumpkin" is mostly reserved for the big ones you carve at Halloween which aren't so nice to eat so look out for squash recipes too. Try chopping it up and roasting it, making soup, putting it in curry. Pumpkin and sage is a good flavour combination. I once made a yummy salad with roasted squash and blue cheese and walnuts. The BBC food website is very good Reply Thank you very much! Reply Here is a savory pumpkin pancake recipe (haven't tried it myself yet) https://smittenkitchen.com/2016/10/winter-squash-pancakes-with-crispy-sage-and-brown-butter/ Reply Ooooh that looks delicious! Thank you! Reply I agree that soups and curries are my first thought, but carrot or sweet potato recipe can substitute pumpkin; may butternut squash recipes as well. My friend (and chef) Moose Wylde made a sweet potato okra stew that I love making for Thanksgiving and have definitely made with pumpkin when I was growing them in my garden. Reply That sounds excellent! Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Subscribe me to your mailing list No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.