As far as we're concerned every season is pumpkin season...

Perhaps it's because there's no end to what you can make with the sweet and savoury squash. Pumpkin muffins, pumpkin curry, pumpkin pie — if it has pumpkin in it, you can be sure the dish will be good. From breakfast to dessert — and everything in between! — these recipes will have you running to the kitchen. 

1. PUMPKIN PORRIDGE
Pumpkin Porridge Recipe
Photo: Vanilla and Bean

Smooth, creamy, hearty and warming, this pumpkin porridge is quick and easy to make for breakfast. Did we mention it's also vegan and gluten-free?

2. PUMPKIN PANCAKES
Pumpkin Pancake Recipe

Photo: What Should I  Eat For Breakfast Today

These pumpkin pancakes are made with rice flour, so it has a specific flavour and texture, top them with blueberries, orange or banana.

3. PUMPKIN SPICED LATTE #PSL
PRESS Winter spiced leche

Photo: Lucy Richards

Everyone is a fan of our nut milks, but our seasonal limited edition, Winter Spiced Leche is a particular favourite! We're going to leave you in suspense about a release date (if there is one) so for now, take inspo for a vegan pumpkin spiced latte from this recipe: veganhuggs.com

PRESS London pumpkin spiced shake
Feeling lazy? Why not try our Pumpkin Spiced Shake available for a limited time in PRESS stores: Soho and St. Pauls.

4. NO BAKE PUMPKIN PROTEIN BARS
Pumpkin Protein Bars Recipe

Photo: The Big Mans World

These healthy pumpkin bars are thick and chewy. Packed with protein and naturally sweetened, this quick and easy recipe is naturally gluten-free, vegan, paleo, dairy free and grain free! Oh, and no baking involved!

5. PUMPKIN HUMMUS
Pumpkin Hummus Recipe
Photo: Lazy Cat Kitchen

Pumpkin hummus is actually way less fussy to make than the classic version. Despite much less effort, this beautiful dip is creamy and extremely addictive. Adding chilli flakes compliments the pumpkin's sweetness and the tahini's nuttiness so well.

6. 2 INGREDIENT PUMPKIN PASTA WITH BALSAMIC SAGE BUTTER SAUCE
Pumpkin pasta recipe
Photo: Half Baked Harvest

Yes, just pumpkin and flour. Simple as that and you don't even need to add water. The pumpkin sauce acts as the magical binding ingredient and leaves you with the perfect pumpkin pasta every single time. And everyone - this pumpkin pasta is like no other you've ever had... One, it's REAL pumpkin pasta, and two, balsamic brown butter sauce.

7. SWEET PUMPKIN ENERGY BALLS
Pumpkin Energy Balls Recipe
Photo: Chloe Palmer
These sweet pumpkin bites are super easy to make - no tricks, just treats! They're dairy, gluten and wheat free, made using natural sugar from dates. Keep a few balls at home, in the office or in your handbag for a quick burst of energy.

ONE BATCH MAKES: 24 x 15g ENERGY BALLS

FOR THE INSIDE:
200g Dates
100g Cashew Nuts
50g Chia Seeds
8g Maca Choc (maca, lucuma, banana and cacao powder)
8g Coconut Oil
4g Pumpkin Spice Mix

FOR THE OUTSIDE:
150g Desiccated Coconut
12g Chia Seeds
12g Maca Choc

METHOD:

    • START WITH THE OUTSIDE: WHIZZ THE DESICCATED COCONUT, CHIA SEEDS AND MACA CHOC IN A MIXER FOR 20-30 SECONDS. PUT ON A PLATE OR FLAT SURFACE!
    • SEPARATELY, BLEND THE DATES AND THE CASHEW NUTS AND SLOWLY ADD IN THE REST OF THE INGREDIENTS. KEEP WHIZZING FOR A COUPLE OF MINUTES UNTIL THE MIXTURE FORMS A DOUGH.
    • MEASURE OUT 15g AND ROLL INTO BITE-SIZED BALLS.
    • PLACE THE BALL ON THE PLATE WITH THE OUTSIDE MIXTURE AND COAT THE BALL.
    • BEST SERVED FRESH BUT YOU CAN STORE THEM IN THE FRIDGE FOR UP TO 3 WEEKS!

       



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