In case you haven’t already noticed, pumpkin season is officially upon us. But don’t just relegate pumpkins to the porch—incorporate this autumn staple into your kitchen with these 10 canned pumpkin recipes. Versatile and loaded with fiber and vitamin A, canned pumpkin is a convenient and easy way to amp up the flavor and nutrition content of your foods.
If you’re looking for a sugar-free treat you can enjoy breakfast, noon, or night, try this pumpkin bread recipe from Honeysuckle Life. This pumpkin bread replaces sugar with organic honey and uses coconut oil, vanilla, nutmeg, and has the option to add walnuts or pecans.
This pumpkin-based spread from Serious Eats will sweeten muffins, pancakes, and anything else you think to put it on. With apple cider, maple syrup, and ground cinnamon and ginger as part of the blend, this pumpkin butter is bursting with autumn flavor.
Pumpkin pie is a harvest tradition. Have it for breakfast with this moist, low-sugar Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal from Chocolate Covered Katie. With the choice to use dairy or an alternative milk (such as almond milk), this recipe lets you make a regular or dairy-free breakfast according to your preference. Top it off with a touch of cinnamon for more fall flavor.
Fluffy and festive, the Pioneer Woman’s Pumpkin Pancakes make a delicious fall breakfast. The Pioneer Woman offers helpful, mouthwatering step-by-step pictures that will have you racing off to the kitchen to whip up a batch. Top off these pancakes with caramel sauce and whipped cream for a devilishly delicious dish.
These Pumpkin Muffins from Smitten Kitchen also make an awesome breakfast, snack, or dessert. Just add frosting to transform them into cupcakes perfect for Halloween parties, Thanksgiving, and any other autumn get-together.
Another great dessert is Pumpkin Spice Cookies from Peanut Butter Fingers. With just 2 ingredients, these cookies are quick, easy, and oh so worth the minimal effort they take to make.
Why limit pumpkiny goodness to solid food? Try a liquid version of pumpkin pie with this Pumpkin and Cream Frappe from Peanut Butter & Peppers. This drink is both vegan and has just 2.2 grams of sugar. Step aside, Starbucks. We’ve found a new fall favorite.
Finding recipes and products that are both dairy-free and sugar-free can prove a challenge, but this Banana Pumpkin Ice Cream from Real Food RN lets you enjoy an allergy-friendly, guilt-free treat any time you want.
Combine two fall favorites with Pumpkin Pie Fudge from Prevention RD. Bake these up for a bite-size treat great for curbing your sweet-tooth cravings.
Harry Potter fans will love this Pumpkin Juice recipe from The Dinner Mom, perfect for celebrating Halloween and the harvest. Pumpkin puree, apple cider, pear nectar, and spices come together for a magical drink worthy of a Hogwarts’ feast.
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