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pumpkin fall dessert recipes

Each season of the year has its own flavor, and I bet you will agree that fall has pumpkin flavor. Pumpkins are not only used for fall, Halloween, and Thanksgiving decor, but also in recipes of all kinds, from cereal for breakfast to healthy and tasty desserts. Today I’m sharing the coolest pumpkin desserts I could find. Let’s get started.

Crack the hard caramelized sugar of these pumpkin spice crème brûlées for a little taste of the autumn sky. Made in an instant pot, recipes don’t get that much easier! In the end, you get nifty little desserts that, when you dip into the crispy caramelized, sugary topping, taste like a bit of autumn sky.

This chocolate pumpkin mousse is so decadent that no one would guess it was made healthier. This healthy pumpkin mousse is vegan, gluten-free and paleo. Very little sugar is added and the author topped the mousse with chocolate chips, but you can skip them.

The Best Pumpkin Blondie Recipe – A Simple Pumpkin Biscuit That Turns Into A Biscuit Bar And Is Full Of Chocolate! These are fall skies and are perfect for a crowd or just because you want a blonde. They were incredibly warm and sticky out of the oven … and they were well frozen out of the freezer.

These super thick and fluffy flour-free pumpkin pancakes are a filling, healthy, satisfying, high protein, and easy breakfast recipe! Made with no eggs, butter, oil, or flour, these pumpkin pancakes are naturally gluten-free, vegan, dairy-free, and come with a sugar-free option!

This salted pumpkin fondant is gluten-free, vegan, dairy-free, soy-free, paleo and tastes great too! It’s the perfect sweet treat for your Halloween party table to serve up your clean eating friends. Making fudge can be tricky, especially when it comes to setting it well. This fudge sets in well and has a nice, crisp texture.

Save space in your oven! This no-bake pumpkin cheesecake is perfect for the holidays. Do it ahead of time! This filling fills 2 pre-made graham cracker crusts. Use chopped pecans, caramel sauce, and whipped cream as a topping to make it even better!

These pumpkin cupcakes are the perfect fall dessert! Perfectly seasoned pumpkin cupcakes with a light brown butter glaze and a drizzled caramel sauce. A must this fall! The cupcakes are made with just the right amount of fall seasoning and the brown butter frosting is super easy to make but tastes so good. Brown butter makes everything ten times more delicious!

This recipe would be a total winner for Thanksgiving. It has the traditional pumpkin cheesecake flavor with a floral background made from a healthy dose of honey. Plus, it’s smooth and super creamy because it contains mascarpone cheese instead of regular cheesecake. But the real selling point for Thanksgiving? It doesn’t pick up valuable real estate in the oven.

Healthy pumpkin ice cream for you guys! It’s that time of year again when all the pumpkin comes out! This healthy ice cream is vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free and paleo! It’s super easy to make and doesn’t even require an ice machine!

Spiced pumpkin ricotta cookies with caramel icing paired with coffee are just the way to celebrate the pumpkin season. These delicious, moist, pumpkin-flavored soft ricotta biscuits are accented with caramel frosting. They are easy to make and a great way to start the pumpkin season.

The difficulty level of these donuts is super easy. With the perfect recipe and the perfect donut pan, you can conjure up these beautiful baked pumpkin spice donuts in minutes. Biting into these baked donuts is almost like a cake, but the texture is so light and soft. These remind me of the pumpkin spice donuts that we buy in the pumpkin patch every year. You are just perfect!

The decor of a farmhouse is extremely popular as it is very cozy, chic and timeless and we have already shared some ideas about such a decor at home. Today I want to show you a few more ways you can decorate in this style. This summary is dedicated to the entrances to farmhouses.


Farmhouse is usually about neutrals: white, off-white, brown, gray, olive green, creamy, and other shades, all of which are mixed together or just some of them are used. You can also try adding a bit of black or graphite gray for drama - put a blackboard sign or some textiles in these colors.

So that your neutral room doesn't get boring and cool, you can add texture here. Use baskets, jute rugs, wooden furniture, metal wire baskets, and some natural decorations to make your entryway catchy and chic.


Which furniture do you need for your entrance area? It's up to you, but usually these are a bench, some shelves, coat racks, a console, stool, and I would recommend rustic vintage or modern styles to create the appropriate ambience in the room. Opt for stained or whitewashed furniture, weathered wooden items, and reclaimed wood to highlight the peasant style.

Accessories and decor

Complete the look with decor and accessories! Go for an entire gallery wall of signs and artwork, with your family photos - it's pretty above a bench or console table. Add candle lanterns, jute rugs, decorative baskets and plates to add coziness to the room. You can freshen up the look with potted flowers and greens, with green wreaths and garlands, with pumpkins, leaves and other stuff.

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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