Looking for ways to use up your pumpkin?
Halloween celebrations may almost be over - but if you are lucky you may still find some super cheap pumpkin in the supermarket… or may simply be wondering what to make with this seasonal autumnal veggie.
Sweet or savoury, pumpkin has you covered!
Here are some ideas as a round-up from my blog archives, and with many of these recipes (such as the oat loaf) I have tried using both the blended scooped out flesh of fresh pumpkin and pumpkin puree from a can- both work well so use whatever suits you.
Squash or sweet potato would also likely be a good substitute… but don’t hold me to this as I haven’t tried in these recipes specifically.
What’s your favourite pumpkin recipe?
Looking for a sweet potato recipe? (or maybe more pumpkin!)
I recently made this yummy recipe for Real Food Source… check out their recipe here.
This sweet potato cake recipe makes quite a dense almost gooey cake, like a cross between a cake and a pie! I used sweet potato in this cake, but you could also try with other sweet root veg such as beetroot, pumpkin or parsnips. It is especially great served warm with cashew cream or yoghurt and a drizzle of light agave syrup. For added indulgence, throw some dark chocolate chunks into the mix!
Try not to eat it all at once though, I thought the flavour and texture of this cake was even better the next day.
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