You guys love pumpkin, and I’ve been only so happy to supply you with lots and lots of delicious ways to feed your passion over the years. Here are the top pumpkin recipes from 10 years of Great Island cooking!
I had to put this recipe first because it’s a family tradition and the way we inaugurate every fall. It’s always been there for those first days of school and cozy fall mornings and it just wouldn’t be pumpkin season without it!
These adorable, plush little pumpkin muffins are coated in cinnamon sugar just like a delicious pumpkin doughnut. Nutmeg gives them their signature “doughnut-y” flavor, and I think it’s pretty much impossible to eat just one!
When Libby’s changed the recipe on the back of the can a couple of years ago, I couldn’t get into the kitchen fast enough to test it out. Check out the post for my full review and lots of comparison info between the two classic recipes!
Even if you’re skeptical of the whole over-the-top sweet holiday side dish thing, this fluffy pumpkin soufflé is worth making. It’s now a solid favorite at the Thanksgiving table around here.
What could be better with a hot cup of coffee on a fall morning than a pillowy, moist, pumpkin crumb cake? Seriously?
If you’re a pumpkin bread purist this bread recipe is for you! It’s super soft, gently spiced, and comes together easily in just one bowl.
This gluten free, flourless pumpkin spice cake is worth trying even if you don’t follow a gluten free diet– it’s that good!
If you dream of pancakes in the morning but barely have the energy to get yourself a cup of coffee, consider the sheet pan pancake!
Pumpkin does wonderful things to cornbread ~ it adds needed moisture and a great fall flavor. The texture that results when you bake pumpkin puree with cornmeal is just amazing. I love this franchise so much I make pumpkin cornbread muffins and stuffing, too!
This is the kind of cake pumpkin dreams are made of…light and springy, with a rich golden color, touched with all my favorite fall spices — and don’t even get me started on that frosting.
Homemade caramel gives this pumpkin tart a depth of flavor that is absolutely amazing (you might just start a new Thanksgiving tradition with this one).
Banish the thought of puffy, cake-like pumpkin cookies. And forget about those cookies that pretend to be pumpkin but have no real pumpkin in them. This perfect cookie will make up for all the disappointers. If you love a great chocolate chip cookie and you adore pumpkin this recipe is for you!
These individual desserts are a cross between a fluffy sponge cake, a pumpkin soufflé, and a pudding. Can we say yum??
If you’ve tried my apple cider doughnut cake, or my apple cider doughnut muffins, for that matter, you’ll know that the concept is a winner. This cake takes on the persona of that perfect pumpkin sugar doughnut that only makes an appearance once a year at your favorite doughnut shop.