Sweet Treat Pumpkin Recipes

Sweet Treat Pumpkin Recipes


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I love pumpkins. I love everything about them. I love how their creeping vines seem to grow miles over night. I love watching a pumpkin grow from flower to full grown fruit. I love the looks of a field of pumpkins… it virtually screams autumn. I love the color. Although there are many new and interesting varieties, my heart still belongs to the ubiquitous orange pumpkin. I love the pumpkin seeds, lightly toasted with Kosher salt. And, yes, I love just about anything made from pumpkins. Of course, it may well be the spices that are often used with pumpkin that really tickle my taste buds, but I associate them with pumpkin and the mere thought of pumpkin foods can get my mouth watering!

I know we all have a great pumpkin pie recipe. Maybe it was handed down from Aunt Myrtle, maybe it’s your Mother-in-Law’s recipe that she never shared with anyone before you, or maybe it’s simply the recipe on the can of Libby’s Canned Pumpkin, but whatever its origins, it is the pie we have come to know and love.

So, today, I’m not sharing a single pumpkin pie recipe. That is so last week! Instead, I’m sharing an assortment of sweet treat pumpkin recipes that are a little bit off the beaten track. Which one calls to you?

Pumpkin Roll Monkey Bread from Sweet T Makes Three


Iced Maple Pumpkin Pecan Streusel Muffins from Dinner, then Dessert


Pumpkin Pancakes from Tidy Mom


Libby’s Pumpkin Roll from Very Best Baking


Individual swirled pumpkin cheesecakes from She Knows


Pumpkin Pudding with Raisins from Fine Dining Lovers


Pumpkin Butterscotch Fudge from Mom On Time Out


Pumpkin Twinkies from Confessions of a Cookbook Queen


Pumpkin Scones for Will Cook for Smiles


Starbucks Pumpkin Pound Cake from Something Swanky


Baked Pumpkin Donuts from King Arthur Flour


Pumpkin Spiced Whoopie Pies from Better Homes and Gardens


NILLA Pumpkin Mousse Trifle from Nilla Wafers


Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal from Around My Family Table





  1. Kimara

    If you notice it was the first I listed. So hope to get to try this soon. Or, of course, you could just have me over for tea and bread 😉 ~Kimara~

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