Pumpkin Recipes So Good, You'll Never Know They Came From a Can

Posted by on Sep 09, 2015

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Pumpkin season is upon us, and pies will soon be baking and lanterns will soon be glowing. Even if you like your pumpkin carved and pure, these canned pumpkin recipes will surely delight your fall-ready taste buds. Complimentary to a pumpkin spice latte or a walk on a leaf-lined path, these pumpkin favorites may start in a can, but they'll end up in your satisfied stomach.

Pumpkin Flan

Cinnamon-y and creamy, this pumpkin flan from Bon Appetit is a sweet finisher to a meal eaten with loved ones. With vanilla extract and orange zest, citrusy flavors accompany classic sugary tastes. A syrupy and crunchy delight, this gluten-free dessert will please young and old alike.

Pumpkin Yogurt with Granola

This simple but flavorful option will kick start your day with a healthy punch. Eating Made Easy shows us how to remake a breakfast staple. This pumpkin yogurt can be achieved by combining pumpkin puree, regular yogurt, and a sweetener such as agave or maple syrup. What a yummy breakfast with which to begin a crisp fall day.

Pumpkin Chili with Chicken
Andrew McCaul

Chicken and chili are a classic combination, but with this pumpkin-chili twist from MyRecipes.com, this dinner classic becomes even more season appropriate. Featuring peppers, beans, and tomatoes, this veggie infusion indulges with savory chicken. Sauté, cook, and serve aside hot apple cider for the perfect fall feast.

Pumpkin Hummus

Featured on Allrecipes, this pumpkin hummus acts as the perfect match for any snack or meal. The lemon juice and garlic add-ins bring about a savory combination that complements veggies, bread, and chips alike. Blend with garbanzo beans and olive oil for the thick and creamy texture that you love.

Pumpkin Chai Latte

Pumpkin is fall's much-coveted flavor, so take it on the go as this pumpkin chai latte featured on The Marvelous Misadventures of a Foodie. Pumpkin puree meets nutmeg meets black tea, is this not perfection? Pop a cinnamon stick into your mug for extra spicy goodness.

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