Autumn is almost here, and along with it, the pumpkin season! The pumpkins will surely be hard to turn down because they'll come at a lower price and yet be so plentiful! Give yourself and your loved ones a sweet treat by making one — or more — of these dessert recipes. Not only are these delicious, but they are also effortless to do, and they only require items that you most likely have in your pantry.
One of the major attractions during autumn is fields of pumpkins ripened for the harvest season, and we can't think of any better way to celebrate the colorful than by eating these yummy pumpkin desserts with your loved ones.
First in the list are pumpkin turnovers, which are puff pastry stuffed with sweetened and spiced pumpkin purée. This baked treat can even be eaten for breakfast!
What list of desserts would be complete without a cookie recipe? These pumpkin cookies, which take only a few minutes to prepare, have a cake-like texture. For a firmer texture, you can try replacing the applesauce with a stick of softened butter.
If you seek decadence, then this recipe is just for you! The bread comes out moist, richly flavored, and packed with chocolate chips. It'd be hard to resist.
The upside-down cake takes about 10 minutes, and best of all, it gives room for modifications like the addition of your favorite nuts.
This recipe is made up of different layers that lend to its award-winning taste. The layers include a crumbled cake, pecans, toffee, and cheesecake pudding.
Mug cakes are most famous for being extremely easy to do, and yes, cute! Just a few minutes in the microwave, and you'll have a unique accompaniment for your morning coffee.
This smoothie is a tasty mix of pumpkin puree, banana, yogurt, and spices. This recipe makes a very thick blend, but if you'd love yours to have a more watery consistency, add some milk.
The best things about this mousse are its airy texture and a surprise ingredient — marshmallows!
This recipe only requires two ingredients and takes half an hour to prepare. The cake is very dense, but that's nothing a couple of eggs can't solve.
All you need for this recipe is pumpkin puree, cinnamon chips, and nuts. The lack of any other liquid ingredient apart from the pumpkin puree may seem strange, but you're sure to love it all the same.
This one-bowl recipe is fit for all occasions because of its simplicity and the short time it takes to prepare. You can have your pumpkin squares for dessert after a family meal, or make handy snacks for a party.
Which will you be trying out first!?