We've compiled the 15 best pumpkin recipes for fall. There are savory and sweet recipes for every fall occasion. Every one of them is delicious!
It's hard to imagine there's such as thing as too many of the best pumpkin recipes. Honestly, compiling the 15 best pumpkin recipes from our blog was no easy task. There are so many great ones and choosing the top 15 was tough but someone has to do the hard things!
In this roundup of our favorite 15 pumpkin recipes for fall, you'll find our very favorite pumpkin recipes for every meal and occasion.
These delicious recipes don't need any more of an introduction.
This cheesy Sage Pumpkin Pasta Bake is the ultimate grown-up, autumn casserole recipe. It's dotted with kale, topped with butter pecans, and smothered in an easy to make and healthy creamy pumpkin sauce.
These easy vegetarian pumpkin spice tacos are ready in only 30 minutes. The Mexican cotija cheese, lime crema, and chipotle balance the sweetness of the fresh pumpkin and pumpkin pie spice to make them savory and delicious!
Chickpea pumpkin fritters are a delicious and healthy fall recipe. They're made easily with canned pumpkin and chickpeas, a little kale, toasted sesame seeds, garlic, and some smoked paprika. Then the pumpkin patties are coated in panko and cooked in a pan until nice and crispy.
This classic pumpkin soup recipe is quick and easy to make and so delicious. It's been our go-to pumpkin soup for years now. We love it because it's creamy (but without using cream) and full of flavor. The maple bacon caramelized onions really take it to the next level.
Roasted pumpkin seeds are the best part of carving a pumpkin. Cooking pumpkin seeds is incredibly easy and they turn out crispy and delicious every time with our recipe. Bonus: we share our 5 favorite pumpkin seed seasonings!
These pumpkin oatmeal muffins are the perfect fall breakfast or snack. They're made with whole oats, pumpkin puree, and warm pumpkin pie spices. We like to add some chocolate chips to make them a real treat.
Pumpkin Pie Popsicles layered with chocolate and topped with crunchy pecans make the best healthy autumn treat. Just because the weather is getting cooler doesn't mean we need to stop eating icy desserts.
This healthy and delicious Roasted Pumpkin Curry makes the perfect plant-based autumn dinner. It's loaded with spiced roasted pumpkin, dotted with sweet apples, and topped with pecans. Meatless Monday never looked so good!
I've been making this Roasted Pumpkin Spinach Salad for years now, and it is still one of my favorite autumn salad recipes. It is easy to make, healthy, and the pumpkin maple dressing is to die for. It is a vegetarian recipe that can easily be made vegan + paleo.
In these pumpkin brownies, dark chocolate and pumpkin batters are swirled together into one tasty autumn treat. They're fudgy, moist, and full of chocolate and pumpkin flavor. They're also surprisingly easy to make, and they're ready in just an hour!
This pumpkin chili is the ultimate cold-weather comfort food. It's warm, loaded with good-for-you ingredients, and full of flavor. Plus, it's an easy-to-make recipe that all goes into one pot, and it's ready in an hour!
All these pumpkin recipes look fabulous and I love the variety! Thanks for including my Pumpkin Coconut Fall Curry!
No problem at all, girl! It looks so good. 🙂
I am loving these pumpkin recipes. And to think I hated pumpkin as. Child. Thank you I am on pumpkin high I made pumpkin cookies last week . Yum
It’s funny how our tastes change, isn’t it? I was never the biggest fan of pumpkin when I was a kid either. 🙂
OMG those pumpkin deviled eggs are the cutest!
Thank you so much!
I feel the same as Rebecca- still not tired of pumpkin! Can’t wait to check out all these pumpkin recipes 🙂
I totally agree too! It seems impossible to get too much pumpkin these days. 🙂
Your photography is just beautiful!!
Thanks, Dani! I can’t take credit for all of them though. At least half of the pics are from our talented food blogging community. 🙂
What an awesome round up of recipes!! I am loving that pumpkin oatmeal!
What a wonderful round-up, Kristen! I love them all, but those pumpkin deviled eggs are just too cute! 🙂
Thank you very much for including my recipe, Kristen! You have beautiful pictures. I love the dramatic light. I find clouds to my advantage when photographing food, most days. Some days I stare at my kitchen and realize pictures are not happening today.:)
You’re so welcome! That quinoa won me over right away. 🙂
These all look so good, it would be hard to know which one to begin with.
It’s a hard thing to have to choose!
Everyone did such a fantastic job with the pumpkin this year!! No matter what I still not getting sick of the pumpkin recipes! I have a few more to share on my blog, but they’ll come in November 😉
I totally agree! I loved that the internet exploded with pumpkin in September, and it still hasn’t stopped. 🙂