Pumpkin Pie Chia Pudding1 of 8
Photo/Recipe courtesy of Fresh_Fit_Foodie
A recipe that is no bake and can serve as both breakfast and dessert is a rarity. This pudding has pumpkin, fiber-packed chia seeds, and delicious fall spices; what more could you ask for?
Paleo Pumpkin Bread2 of 8
Photo/Recipe courtesy of AHealthyLifeForMe
Pumpkin is packed with potassium and vitamins A, C and E, which can help muscles recover after a tough workout. Bake a loaf of this bread to snack on post-workout!
Roasted Pumpkin Soup3 of 8
Photo/Recipe courtesy of SagelySweet
Roasting pumpkin brings out it's natural sweetness but the addition of garlic, onions and sage keep this creamy soup perfectly balanced.
Whole Wheat and Oats Pumpkin Pancakes4 of 8
Photo/Recipe courtesy of JoCooks
You don't have to feel guilty about indulging in pancakes when they are full of good-for-you ingredients like pumpkin, oats and whole wheat. Unlike traditional pancakes, the added fiber from the oats and whole wheat will keep you full without the sugar crash you might get from the diner variety.
Roasted Pumpkin and Baby Spinach Curry5 of 8
Photo/Recipe courtesy of ILoveSpiceMama
Curry has amazing anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Pair that with roasted pumpkin and spinach and you'll have a delicious, healing and nutrient-rich meal in no time.
Pumpkin, Basil, Rocket and Provolone Sandwich6 of 8
Photo/Recipe courtesy of TheHealthyHunter
Eating seasonally shouldn't be boring. TheHealthyHunter reinvents the classic caprese sandwich for fall, which shows just how versatile fresh pumpkin can be.
Pumpkin Banana Oat Muffins7 of 8
Photo/Recipe courtesy of TheJamLab
TheJamLab combines all-purpose flour with oat flour in this recipe for added texture, fiber and whole grains. She also uses vanilla Greek yogurt, which boosts the protein and flavor, while keeping the muffins moist.