Saturday, September 27, 2014

My favorite gluten free pumpkin recipes





It may still feel like summer, but it's officially fall and despite the warm temperatures I'm seeing pumpkins everywhere. What do I do when I see pumpkins? I think about all my wonderful seasonal pumpkin recipes. 


 

If you are in the pumpkin eating mood too, I'm sharing some of my favorite tried and true recipes. I like recipes that are health giving, easy, versatile and gluten free or grain free of course! Most of my recipes also meet Paleo standards.

Recipe #1

Kids of all ages love these pumpkin cakes. They are moist and delicious and provide a substantial amount of protein. And they are flourless, making them grain free. Pack one in a school lunchbag for a treat that is healthy and provides lots of real food nourishment.

pumpkin mini cakes
These are fabulous- Pumpkin flourless cupcakes ( dairy free)  that look like muffins
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Recipe #2

It doesn't get easier than this pumpkin pie that is made in the blender! It's also grain free, vegan, healthy, and delicious. You can feel good when you know you are eating real food.
vegan pumpkin pie
My blender pumpkin pie  is easy, creamy and delicious ( vegan) 
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Recipe # 3

If you like using coconut flour, you'll love this sliceable pumpkin loaf. Has a silky smooth texture and is filling.
pumpkin chocolate chip loaf gluten free
coconut flour  pumpkin loaf  ( dairy free)

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Recipe #4
Enjoy the spices of pumpkin pie in this creamy vegan soup. It adds some versatility and nutrients to your meals and most family members will love it. Could this be your first fall soup ?

 If it gets a little chilly, make a soothing pumpkin soup  (vegan)

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Recipe #5
Fall mums and pumpkin What to do with your pumpkin seeds? 
I didn't have a picture for this one. 
Carve the pumpkin and then roast the seeds for a healthy delicious snack.  Simple Roasted Pumpkin Seeds 3 easy steps!





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Recipe # 6This tart makes a pretty presentation for company. It has a ginger snap crust and is easy to make. Chocolate and pumpkin go great together, so dig in to this dessert!pumpkin tart

pumpkin tart
Perfect for company - ginger snap crust and pumpkin filling. Delish!
    
All my recipes meet gluten free or grain free standards and many are dairy free and Paleo as well. 

There are still many pumpkin recipes that I'm experimenting with and posting later this season: So be on the lookout for them.
  • pumpkin rice pudding, 
  • stuffed pumpkin 
  • pumpkin smoothies
  • Pumpkin cookies
  • Pumpkin Chili 
  • There is no end to the variety of pumpkin recipes that can be made for the season. I'll be posting more pumpkin recipes soon. 

Although pumpkin itself is a bland vegetable, pumpkin spices are outrageous and create a sensational taste sensation in pumpkin recipes. In addition, you can substitute cooked and mashed butternut squash or cooked and mashed sweet potato for most of the pumpkin in the recipes recipes- just don't omit the wonderful spices!

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Judee 
Food is my passion. I am gluten intolerant, busy. and strive for a healthy balanced lifestyle. It has taken me many years to come up with easy healthy recipes that meet gluten free, vegetarian and real food standards. On my blog I share my journey, my struggles, my discoveries, and my new recipes. I hope you find ideas, resources, and recipes that will be helpful to you. Come Back soon.  Judee









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17 comments:

  1. Hi Judee!
    Thank you for sharing these recipes on The Hungry Linkparty! I love pumpkins, so this is really fits for me right now!:))
    -Love, Anna

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    1. I think everyone is thinking pumpkin right now and there are so many wonderful recipes to make with it. Glad to join your party

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  2. You better believe my apartment is going to smell like one GIANT PUMPKIN TOMORROW -aka I will be making at least 3 of these recipes! ;)

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    1. wow. that's ambitious. Hope you really like them.

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  3. Great list of pumpkin related foods for people who can't have gluten, some of these recipes look delicious.

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    1. You are so right. Just because something is suitable for people with gluten sensitivities to eat, it doesn't mean that everyone won't enjoy the recipe.

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  4. These all sound delicious! :)
    ~ Christine @ Once Upon a Time in a Bed of Wildflowers

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    1. Thanks Christine,
      I appreciate you stopping by

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  5. Great list :) I have never tried pumpkins I wish someone would make me something yummy :)

    Thanks for linking up #CreativeMondays

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    1. I think it's difficult working with a real pumpkin because its time consuming to cook. Have you ever had canned pumpkin?

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  6. Today I can say that it is fall here! It's 60 degrees! Nice pumpkin round up, Jude. I love the looks of that tart and think the ginger snap crust paired with pumpkin sounds irresistible. Thank you for sharing!

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  7. Hi Judee, I think, I would be happy with any of these recipes. I have been cooking through fruits and veggies and I am up to broccoli, carrots and apple. I made a fabulous cabbage kugel and a cherry bread pudding, this morning. I hope to post them after the first days.

    Chag Sameach to you and yours.

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    1. Interesting concept to cook with the alphabet .. I'm working on a soup idea with that

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  8. Hum, not sure what to try first, maybe the coconut flour pumpkin loaf. Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop! I hope you’ll join us again next week!

    Cheers,
    Kathy Shea Mormino
    The Chicken Chick
    http://www.The-Chicken-Chick.com

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  9. Tis the season... some really great Pumpkin ideas here! Thanks for bringing them over to Fiesta Friday...

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  10. I just love your Pumpkin Collection, hard for me to say which is my favorite, I like them all! I really appreciate you sharing your awesome post and your talent with us at Full Plate Thursday. Have a great weekend and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

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