While Jack o’ Lanterns and pie crust seem to be where most pumpkins end up; grilling this sweet and savoury squash results in a dressing you will want to have at the ready all year long. Sub in a butternut squash if trick or treating season is over.
Recipe courtesy of CanolaEatWell
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Preparing homemade pumpkin purée is a great way to get kids involved in the kitchen. They can seed, scoop out the flesh, and help purée and flavour the seeds for roasting. Bonus: They’re much more likely to try it if they’re involved in preparing it!
Recipe courtesy of Erin MacGregor, RD howtoeat.ca
With warm spices, this classic pie is a must-have for Thanksgiving celebrations – but it’s so delicious, you’ll want to make it all year long.
Recipe and image courtesy of Eggs.ca
Instead of eating them immediately, let them rest briefly after cooking. The heat inside the waffles will finish cooking them, and you will taste the pumpkin and spice flavours at their best if the waffles aren’t piping hot.
Recipe and image courtesy of GoBarley.com
One slice is very satisfying with this dense and heavy loaf.
Recipe and image courtesy of BCTreeFruits.com