My top 5 favorite pumpkin recipes from around the blog world!

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Oh fall… the most favorite time of the year for so many people! To me, there is truly nothing better than crunchy, colorful leaves, pumpkin spice lattes, and riding boots! Almost everyone I know cherishes fall! I never want it to leave.  One of my favorite perks about fall is pumpkin! Pumpkin drinks, carved pumpkins, pumpkin foods… the list never ends. The best part about the blog world is that it seems like everyone is on the same page as me and can’t get enough of fall.

Below I have listed six fabulous pumpkin recipes I have found on blogs I love!

Lets start with Julie’s recipes from Peanut Butter Fingers!

1. Pumpkin almond flour pancakes

I love pancakes! I can honestly eat them at any point in the day! Especially late at night after a night of studying at the library! These are very easy to make and all the ingredients are fairly inexpensive. Almond flour is a healthy alternative to regular flour, but if you do not have that on hand, then just use regular flour. They will still be tasty!

2. Pumpkin Banana Oatmeal

Oatmeal is one of the easiest things for me to make and I always have oats on hand! This recipe takes a bit longer than a normal breakfast, but its definitely worth trying on a weekend morning! It’s a warm meal so its perfect for a crisp fall morning.

Now lets move onto Courtney’s recipes from sweettoothsweetlife!

3. Pumpkin Spice Rice Crispy treats!

This recipe might call for a grocery store trip! You will need to find the pumpkin spice marshmallow bag! It’s seasonal so if you like them, stock up! I love making rice crispy treats because they are so easy and everyone enjoys them! Also, they are a fairly low calorie treat. Courtney adapted this recipe from Kraft Foods.

5. Creamy Pumpkin Pasta Sauce

This is absolutely amazing! If you love pasta but want to change it up from marinara, this is the way to go! There is prep work that goes into this recipe, so be prepared to do some cutting and cleaning in the kitchen! I pretty much always have the ingredients I need for this sauce in my kitchen except for the herbs!

4. Pumpkin Spice Bars from Sally!

These bars are to die for! Thankfully, they are lightened up with less fat and sugar but they are so good, you cannot even tell they have been tweaked to have less calories. If you’re in a baking mood, this is one of the best pumpkin treats to bake!

I hope you all have time to try a few of these pumpkin recipes this fall! If you do, please let me know what you think!

Have a great weekend everyone!

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