This is a very quick and easy fall recipe from Nelson, our resident “Dad in the Kitchen”.
There are lots of ways to learn from your pumpkins or even eat your pumpkin, and you may have thought about making your own roasted pumpkin seeds but just let the moment pass. Using the following go-to guide and very yummy spice tosses may change your mind this year while carving out that pumpkin – Enjoy!
It seems like we are always on the go these days. From back-to-back dance classes to yoga, swimming and soccer, we are busy and someone is almost always hungry. We need snacks that are quick to make, easy to eat, and full of healthy foods that will power our bodies and give them energy.
Give me pumpkin! I love it! Pumpkin lattes, pumpkin bread, pumpkin soup, pumpkin pie and even pumpkin play dough for the kids! It’s just the perfect way to celebrate the fall! We made this pumpkin cookies for the first time this year, and my kids went nuts!
Pumpkin Soup makes a crowd-pleasing starter for your Thanksgiving meal or just a great fall soup on a chilly day. Any kind of squash works, and butternut, acorn or buttercup would all be delicious instead of pumpkin