This thick and creamy pumpkin dip was a huge hit at our latest get-together. And best of all, it only took minutes to prepare! Last week we were asked to attend a last-minute party and we knew we couldn’t come empty-handed.
Although there are many ways that you can roast pumpkin seeds, we have found the following method to work the best for us. Each and every time, we end up with a crisp, delicious, and healthy snack that is easy
Pumpkin donuts paired with hot coffee on a cool, Autumn morning…..Yes, please! Nothing screams Autumn more than pumpkin recipes. So this week we decided to share an old-fashioned favorite recipe of ours – Baked Pumpkin Donuts. No need to worry
There is one reason the lines at coffee shops are so long these days – Pumpkin Spice Latte! It seems as soon as Autumn arrives, the crowd goes wild for the arrival of this specialty drink. Although I absolutely
This is the absolute BEST (and most simple) pumpkin bread recipe that I have ever made. The secret – knowing how to keep the moisture in the bread and not allowing it to evaporate during and after the cooking process.
Who knew it was so easy to make real pumpkin puree? This time of year we get a lot of questions about how to convert a pie pumpkin into the familiar puree found in store-bought canned pumpkin. We first have
October is almost upon us and that means everything is coming up pumpkins. Pumpkin pie, pumpkin rolls, pumpkin latte, etc… It is really simple and easy to make your own pumpkin puree, but sometimes ‘Life’ happens. This week I agreed
What is the worst part about making a homemade pie? Of course – making the crust. Who wants to spend 30 minutes trying to roll out the dough to get it at the correct thickness, only to have it stick
The pumpkin patches are full of activity this time of the year. School field trips are scheduled, grandparents are eager to take the grandchildren to local farms, and pumpkins are the centerpiece of most fall decorations. We have finally picked
This year was our first attempt at growing pie pumpkins at ‘the farm’. We were strolling through our newly planted garden in early June, and just like every true gardener contemplates, we wondered what else we could plant. In order