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Gluten-Free Pumpkin Muffins

Gluten-Free Pumpkin Muffins

The best way to navigate a crowded room is with a plate full of food. Feed the masses fresh-from-the-oven muffins, and you’re an instant hit. Just don’t tell them they’re completely gluten free. The nod to pumpkin pie in this recipe is so bold and de ...
Chocolate-Pumpkin Recovery Truffles

Chocolate-Pumpkin Recovery Truffles

Will run for pie! It seems so serendipitous that the fall months correspond with the warm and fuzziness of pumpkin-spiced desserts. After a crisp morning run, you want nothing more than to come home to a house beaming with fresh-baked goodies. Unfort ...
Homemade Pumpkin-Peanut Butter Dog Treats

Homemade Pumpkin-Peanut Butter Dog Treats

Think of all those seasonal treats, from pumpkin lattes to pumpkin pancakes. The warm aroma fills your house with all kinds of deliciousness, which means you probably can’t get in one bite without Fido wagging his tail and asking for a piece of ...
Easy Pumpkin Ice Cream

Easy Pumpkin Ice Cream

Sometimes, you want the best of both worlds. You want the gas mileage of a Prius with the va-va-vroom of a Lamborghini. Since that’s a bit of stretch, you’ll have to settle with this Pumpkin Ice Cream recipe. Stuck somewhere between the flavors of fa ...
3 Ways to Enjoy Pumpkin Without Eating It

3 Ways to Enjoy Pumpkin Without Eating It

I love pumpkin. Not necessarily the pie. And certainly not the fatty, chemical-filled latte drink everyone gets so excited about this time of year. I’m talking about real pumpkin, the vegetable. In my oatmeal. In my pasta. And…on my face. Yep, you re ...
Pumpkin-Chocolate Swirl Dessert Dip

Pumpkin-Chocolate Swirl Dessert Dip

Little ghouls and goblins get enough sugary, sticky goodies this time of year. But that doesn’t mean you can’t surprise and delight with fall’s favorite flavors (and colors!) at snack time. This naturally sweetened, swirly dip makes dunking cut-up fr ...
3-Ingredient Veggie Cupcakes

3-Ingredient Veggie Cupcakes

Most moms cringe when the calendar flips from September to October—just thinking about all of that sugary Halloween loot between is enough to give us a headache (or toothache!). But the fall is also the time of year when some of the healthiest and mo ...