Once again, my love for Pinterest can not be denied. Pinterest is so great because you can organize all of your favorite web pages on one site; unlike bookmarks on your web browser where everything seems to become jumbled together. I currently am house hunting and have a board just for houses, it’s so convenient.
Here are my favorite fall finds, of course they’re all pumpkin related because I LOVE PUMPKIN SEASON!!!
Recipe Girl has a fantastic pumpkin spice latte recipe. I am dying to try it! I love the step-by-step photos. Our Starbucks here in Korea doesn’t have pumpkin spice (SO SAD!) so I have to get creative this fall!
A few years ago, I made Rachael Ray’s pumpkin soup and it was awful, it was literally just pumpkin and corn; my husband will not let me live this down. This year, I am going to try this recipe for curried pumpkin vegetable soup , via Live Better America. Hopefully we don’t have to go out to eat again after I make it, which is what we had to do last time I tried to make pumpkin soup!
I have talked about my love for the blog Six Sister’s Stuff before. Here is a super easy pumpkin brownie recipe. ALL you need is a can of pumpkin and a brownie mix, NOTHING ELSE. I made them a few weeks ago and they turned out great! They are really gooey in the middle, just the way I like my brownies. I would add some pumpkin spice to the batter to make it taste a little more pumpkin, if that’s what you’re into, which I am!
I also love this two ingredient recipe, all you need is a can of pumpkin and a yellow cake mix, NOTHING ELSE. I would also add pumpkin spice to this recipe, to boost the flavor a bit. I made these for a pinterest party that turned out to be a surprise Birthday party for me! Boy was I surprised! Everyone enjoyed the muffins! I made cream cheese icing for the top from this recipe.
The cream cheese recipe (above) is for Starbucks pumpkin muffins (they’re on the top of my list of things to eat when I go back to the States.) Here is a recipe for Starbucks pumpkin scones, another one of my favorite fall treats. Love the step-by- step photos from Swedish Prairie (her blog has moved and has been renamed).
Here is a healthy pumpkin recipe for you. Pumpkin, no matter how you use it, is a really good source of protein. This recipe is for chocolate chip pumpkin bread. Thanks to Our Best Bites for step-by-step photos. I will be making this bread this weekend.
I love pancakes and I love pumpkin, so why not put the two together for the best breakfast ever, pumpkin pancakes. This is a skinny version for pumpkin pancakes. These pictures make me want to make these pancakes right now, thanks to The Recipe Critic. I can not wait to have these.