Take pumpkin to another level with these recipes that readers gave our highest ranking.
Who says you can’t improve a good thing? You won’t miss anything in our Classic Pumpkin Pie but the extra calories. Online
reviewer Danny comments, “This pie didn't disappoint. You can't really tell it's a light pumpkin pie. It's a perfect dessert.”
View Recipe: Classic Pumpkin Pie
This quick and easy dessert may remind you of another holiday classic. Allison writes, “My family thought they were drinking pumpkin pie. We will make it again.”
View Recipe: Pumpkin Pie Shake
Perfect for a dinner party, this dish can be made in advance and refrigerated until you’re ready. Reviewer Kara suggests using rice paper wrappers. “They’re considerably larger [than wonton wrappers]. I can't tell you how much time this
saves. It only takes me about 15 minutes to make this dish, which is one of the reasons I love it.”
View Recipe: Pumpkin Ravioli with Gorgonzola Sauce
Cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg stand out in this fall-flavored treat. Reader lengle67 raves, “Absolutely wonderful . . . even better than full-fat ice cream recipes we've made in the past. We’ll be making this
View Recipe: Pumpkin Spice-Cream
This Italian classic reaches new heights with the addition of nutty Gruyére and sweet pumpkin. Not an experienced baker? Take
comfort from the words of fellow novice terribly73: “This is the first time I have made a bread from scratch, and it turned out perfectly. It’s delicious plain with just a
little butter. Perfect!”
View Recipe: Pumpkin-Walnut Focaccia with Gruyere
Tired of pumpking pie every year? Shake things up and opt for this snazzy cake. Reviewer Rachel Elma reports, “Outstanding! Super moist, great flavor, and looks so pretty when done. This will be a holiday season regular for
View Recipe: Pumpkin Pie Cake
Readers loved this bread and found it perfect for gift-giving or making ahead. (It keeps for two months in the freezer; wrap
it in plastic wrap first.) "This is the most amazing bread ever," says hkristinr "I've made it countless times now and given it as gifts, especially to my pregnant friends, and they LOVE it. Well, EVERYONE
View Recipe: Pumpkin-Honey Beer Quick Bread
Graham crackers and pecans encrust the spirited, spiced filling. Dollop each serving with sweetened whipped cream.
View Recipe: Vanilla-Bourbon Pumpkin Tart
Ginger and coconut add warm, flavorful accents to this fall classic. If you'd like a dollop of something creamy, top with
fat-free whipped topping.
View Recipe: Ginger Pumpkin Pie with Toasted Coconut
A deliciously dense almond cake rests underneath the cheesy spiced pumpkin layer. Almond brittle adds a spectacular finishing
View Recipe: Pumpkin-Almond Cheesecake
We took the best part of the classic fall pie and stuck it in a glass for a perfectly-portioned treat. Top with a dollop of
whipped cream and chopped walnuts.
View Recipe: Pumpkin Pie Pudding
Vegetable shortening gives this piecrust—which we've deemed our best ever—a delicious, flaky texture. Be sure to read the
nutrition labels and buy a brand with no trans fats though.
View Recipe: Spiced Pumpkin Chiffon Pie
Here’s the secret: You can make this pumpkin torte well ahead and freeze it. The sauce is jarred. The cook will be celebrated.
View Recipe: Pumpkin Ice Cream Torte
These moist, 5-star pumpkin muffins get a burst of sweet and sour notes from the dried cranberries. This favorite recipe doubles
easily to feed a crowd.
View Recipe: Pumpkin-Cranberry Muffins
This much-loved recipe was the subject of a recipe makeover that earned rave reviews. With a few low-fat baking tricks, our
healthy pumpkin bread recipe shaved 33 percent of the calories and more than half the fat from the original recipe.
View Recipe: Pecan-Topped Pumpkin Bread
Watch the Video: Lightened Pumpkin Bread
The glaze on this mouthwatering cake is enough to make you want to lick your screen. Drain the canned pumpkin before making
the cake batter to keep the cake's texture light.
View Recipe: Pumpkin Pound Cake with Buttermilk Glaze
Hearty pumpkin and creamy sweet potatoes steal the show in this cool-weather pilaf. It’s an ideal way to add fiber to your
diet and a beautiful showcase for some underused winter vegetables.
View Recipe: Roasted Pumpkin and Sweet Potato Pilau