Enjoy Pumpkin Flavors For Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

Homemade Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread

Don’t let fall pass you by! October is coming to an end and November is approaching, so you have about a month to squeeze in all of the fall fun. One of the biggest joys of the season is the special, delightful food, especially the pumpkin flavors. If you scream and shout as soon as you start to notice the festive flavor down the aisle at the grocery store or available on the Starbucks menu, be sure to enjoy these pumpkin recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Pumpkin Bread Pudding

Who says you have to eat dessert last? If you are a major bread pudding fan, you know there are endless ways to customize this rich treat, so why not make Pumpkin Bread Pudding? It fairs perfectly with a cup of joe, a heavy caramel drizzle, and calls for all of the holiday seasonings, including cinnamon, nutmeg, and brown sugar.

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Bread

Why just eat pumpkin when you can have your second favorite flavor, chocolate, as well? We can fill you in on how to prepare this delicious Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Bread. The secret, dare you ask? The recipe calls for sour cream! Warm this comforting treat in the microwave for ten seconds and grab a fork for the melted chocolate. This is the perfect sweet breakfast, snack, or dessert.

Pumpkin Soup

After a long, cold day, all you want to do is come home, bundle up in blankets, and enjoy a hot meal. Soup is the meal of the season, from the beginning of fall to the end of winter, and this Pumpkin Soup recipe is no let down. Rich in a burnt orange color, and filled with heavy cream, garlic, chicken broth, and more, you will be wiping the bowl with a grilled cheese to ensure you can enjoy every drop.

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Pumpkin Sage Gnocchi

Do you love pumpkins, potatoes, and pasta? What if we told you that you could have all three? Gnocchi is a pasta-like potato dumpling and it’s delightful paired with pumpkin, parmesan, sage, and more. Serve with a salad, and prepare for this 40-minute meal to become a fall dinner staple!

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