17th November 2017 by Sophie
To celebrate pumpkin season we're rounded up our favourite sweet pumpkin recipes, so you can get even more delicious pumpkin spice in your life.
Pumpkins are part of the squash family, which includes courgettes and marrows, and can also be referred to as gourds… confusing, no? So when Halloween is over and pumpkins are less available, you can use butternut squash in place of pumpkin as it’s ridiculously tasty, easier to break into and easier to find after the 31st!
OK we're starting with the obvious - the infamous pumpkin spiced latte! We’re settling into cozy jumper season with our own homemade versions. Throw in a flapjack and your favourite autumn book, and you’re all set for an afternoon of heartwarming goodness!get the recipe
Our taste expert Bobby shows us how to make these delicious and healthy pumpkin brownies, made with beetroot, dates and maple syrup, and no refined sugars! With the rich cacao sauce drizzled on top, we can guarantee these gooey goodies will go down a treat!get the recipe
Need to spice up your breakfast routine? We are so in love with this pumpkin spice chia pudding! Pumpkin spice chia pudding is easy to make, lasts for several days and is the most perfect healthy breakfast this autumn.get the recipe
Guest blogger Karsyn shares her favourite granola recipe of all time, perfect for topping her baobab smoothie.
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I've teamed up with graze to bring you the most delicious post-workout (or post-long-day-at-the-office) snack to refuel and replenish your body. This granola is super special, and I decided it would be the perfect topping for a coordinating smoothie bowl with complimentary ingredients.
Indulge your pumpkin obsession this autumn with guest blogger Mairi's delicious pumpkin pie porridge recipe, packed with warming pumpkin spices.get the recipe
This recipe is gluten and dairy free so it can be enjoyed by those with food sensitivities but it’s also a huge crowd pleaser, with all the spices and deliciousness.
After you've carved a pumpkin the pale orange flesh can be upcycled and roasted, baked or pureed to provide a filling and satisfying base to any meal, but on this occasion I’ve turned it into a pumpkin pie for all those celebrating Thanksgiving or for the pumpkin pie lovers that don’t need an occasion to eat pumpkin pie!
Jess, graze nutritionistget the recipe
Origin: China, India, Russia, Iran, US, Mexico
Popular in: boiled, steamed, roasted - soup, curries, pie, purée
What are the health benefits of pumpkins?
115g (1 cup) of cooked, mashed pumpkin contains more than 200% of your recommended daily intake of vitamin A, which aids vision, particularly in dim light.
They are also a great source of fibre and carotenoids.
By Sophie, graze blogger.
Sophie is our London-based blogger, queen of content and all things writing at graze HQ! She loves working with the taste expert team to bring their recipes out into the world.
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