I know it’s not technically Fall yet but you’ll need some time to prepare so here are 5 Pumpkin Recipes to Try This Fall. They’re sweet, delicious and a total comfort food.
5 Pumpkin Recipes to Try This Fall
1. 85 Calorie Pumpkin Baked Oats
Starting off strong with these 85 Calorie Pumpkin Pie Baked Oats. Now, they aren’t super sweet so that’s why I add some Walden Farms syrup on top but they’re delicious. If you want to make it sweeter, you can always add in some Pumpkin Flavored Skinny Syrup.
2. Low Calorie Pumpkin Pie
A pumpkin pie is an absolute must during Fall and especially around Thanksgiving. While most slices of pumpkin pie are 300 calories and up, mine comes in at about 190 calories per slice. Of course, neither of them are bad or good but if you count macros like I do, I’d prefer the low calorie option. It tastes the exact same and I have room for more savory foods which are my favorite.
3. Skinny Pumpkin Cheesecake Bites
These Mini Pumpkin Cheesecakes are to die for! They’re the perfect addition to Friendsgiving or Thanksgiving with family for something bite size and quick to grab. I love to have little desserts people can pick and choose from. Store them in the fridge and eat the leftovers for dessert during the week.
4. No Bake Peanut Butter Pumpkin Bites
These no bake peanut butter pumpkin bites are perfect for an afternoon pick me up or a quick dessert. I like to have one or two before the gym for a little boost of energy. One ball is packed with 6g of protein and only 120 calories. How are they so low calorie when they have peanut butter in them? The secret, which most of you probably already know, is PB2.
5. Pumpkin Nut Clusters
I have been dreaming of these Pumpkin Nut Clusters ever since I made them. The perfect combo of crunchy, sweet and salty. With only 5 ingredients and the prep time under 10 minutes, they’re the perfect last minute dessert. Kid’s school having a potluck and it slipped your mind? Prep these, stick them in the fridge for 30 minutes while you get the kiddos ready and take them out before heading out the door. Easy as that.