Our 5 Best Pumpkin Recipes

You might pick up one of these
When you go out to a patch
Carve it, put in a candle
And then light it with a match 


It’s that time of year again, pumpkin season - so why not try and be a little inventive this time around…we have done the hard work for you. 


Here is our best pumpkin recipes: 


  1. Pumpkin Soup 


A rainy day calls for a little bit of comfort, therefore pumpkin soup has to be on the cards. You can expect maximum flavour with the added melty blue cheese and sage toasties for dipping, talk about autumn in a mug! 





  1. Pumpkin Curry (V)


Picture this… you’ve just watched the fireworks and sat around the bonfire and fancy a little spice to warm you up. You’ve already done the hard work so the flavours have been marinating whilst you’ve been out. You really are acing adulting. 


Pumpkin and chickpeas really are the perfect couple giving you a hearty meal, which will even satisfy meat-eaters too. 




3. Roasted Pumpkin & Sage Risotto (V)


Inspired by the falling leaves, this roast pumpkin risotto is sure to be enjoyed by friends around the lunch table. Terrific as an autumnal meal, this is a really magical combination of flavours. 

Roast cubes of pumpkin (season with salt, pepper, onion and garlic powder) for approx. 45-60mins.

Fry onion and garlic, add risotto rice, stir, add white wine, then stock gradually until absorbed

Stir in roasted pumpkin, add vegan parmesan if desired. Check for seasoning


  1. Pumpkin Seed Muffins


The perfect amount of spice to make things extra nice. These easy-to-bake cinnamon spiced pumpkin muffins are ideal for a morning tea break or a bonfire and firework night treat. 





  1. Pumpkin Pie 


A show stopper if you will, the picturesque bright orange pie is sure to impress. Why not make it a family tradition and add your touch to it, with clever decorating and extra cinnamon and ginger. 




Multi-use Vegan Puree

  • Roast in cubes, unseasoned.
  • Allow to cool.
  • Blend.
  • Divide into ice cube tray, freeze, then tip cubes into freezer bag, take out as needed.

 Can be used for:


PRO TIP* for all recipes: Roast with skin on, peels off easily once cooked!


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