Smooth and creamy hummus made with sweet pumpkin. This hummus has a slight kick to it from the chili and contains no oil. Serve with bread or use as a dip.
It’s about time I shared a recipe other than baked goodies with you guys again. I can’t even remember the last time. The past few months have all been cookies, cupcakes and more. But today it’s time for homemade hummus! Pumpkin hummus. A while back I tried this store-bought pumpkin hummus in one of my taste tests (Dutch) and both me and my boyfriend liked it a lot. And so I decided to make my own version. A version without added sugar and less salt. It turned out delicious (if I may say so myself). I’ve made this hummus a couple of times now and each of those times the batch hasn’t lasted more than a few days. Gone in a jiffy. That good.
These gorgeous VEGAN wraps are packed with color (vitamins!!) and flavor. They’re perfect for lunch, but you can easily serve these as an healthy dinner too. Even meat-eaters will love this.
Recently, my younger sister decided to start eating vegan. As I want to support her in whatever she does, I decided to incorporate a bit of vegan into my life/blog too. I guess she inspired me a bit too. Inspired me to be more conscious of all the kinds of food I mindlessly stuff into my body (which is a lot!). And also, you know, how bad could it be to eat vegan a couple of times a week? I don’t think anyone has ever died from cutting down on meat anyway. So in light of this “new diet”, I wanted to share a vegan lunch recipe I developed with you guys today: Vegan Tofu Lunch Wraps. FYI: These wraps have been approved by my vegan sister ánd my meat-loving boyfriend. Read more
Pumpkin spice is simple a mix of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, ginger and allspice. After your first whiff of pumpkin spice, you’ll recognize the smell anywhere. It smells amazing. Seriously, put it in a candle and I’ll light it 24/7 (or accidentally eat it haha…) You can get pumpkin spice at most supermarkets. However, if you’re feeling fancy you can also make your own. It’s not that difficult actually. Anyway, pumpkin spice doesn’t just smell great, it tastes great in just about any sweet dish too! Therefor, today, I’ve got a roundup of 20 fantastic pumpkin spice recipes you just have to try. Are you ready?
- Easy Pumpkin Cheese Danish – Sprinkle Bakes
- Frosted Pumpkin Spice Cookies – Confessions of a Cookbook Queen
- Maple Pumpkin Cheesecake – Table for Two
- Oatmeal-Pumpkin Spiced Maple Cream Pies – Bakingdom
- Pecan Pumpkin Spice Cookies – Averie Cooks
- Pumpkin Granola – The Woks of Life
- Pumpkin Bavarian Crepe Cake – Sprinkle Bakes
- Pumpkin Ice Cream – Laura in the Kitchen
- Pumpkin Gingerbread Muffins – Bakingdom
- Pumpkin Pecan Cinnamon Rolls – Bakerella
- Pumpkin Pull Apart Bread – Laura in the Kitchen
- Pumpkin Spice Baked Oatmeal – Table for Two
- Pumpkin Spice Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting – Averie Cooks
- Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Muffins
- Pumpkin Spice Latte – Averie Cooks
- Pumpkin Spice Latte Fudge – Brown Eyed Baker
- Pumpkin Spice Pound Cake – Confessions of a Cookbook Queen
- Pumpkin Spice Truffles – Sally’s Baking Addiction
- Pumpkin Twinkies – Confessions of a Cookbook Queen
- The Great Pumpkin Pie – Sally’s Baking Addiction
What’s your favorite pumpkin spice recipe?
Thick and fluffy pancakes stuffed with fresh pumpkin puree. Fragrant from the pumpkin and lactose free. Perfect as an easy breakfast treat.
A while back I got this amazing pumpkin from my colleague’s garden, which I turned into bagss of frozen pumpkin puree to have on stock. When I posted this picture on facebook with the question what I should cook/bake with it, one of my friends answered “Pumpkin Pancakes!”. As I never had pumpkin pancakes before, I decided to turn my go-to American pancake recipe into a Pumpkin Pancake-recipe and give it a try. Boy, were these scrumptious! I had no problem devouring a couple of these pancakes, because the recipe was Read more