A wonderful side dish or, when made with vegetable broth, a satisfying vegetarian entree. For variety, add other types of winter squash to the mix. View recipe.
This delicious treat features an easy crust that's similar to a graham-cracker crust. The orange-scented tofu cream nicely balances the sweet pie, but you can also indulge in whipped cream, of course. View recipe.
A fantastic, gluten- and dairy-free spread with a hint of orange (view recipe). It's excellent when lathered on our Quinoa-Corn Muffins and served with Apple-Parsnip Bisque.
Ideal for a holiday cookie plate, these soft and tender bars will remind you of of pumpkin pie, complete with a zippy ginger crust. View recipe.
Serve this sweet-spicy soup as an elegant starter course. To make it an entree, add cooked white beans and a handful of baby spinach leaves. View recipe.
You can't miss when you top practically anything with broiled cheese, but this soup is also full of healthy vitamins and fiber. You can also make it with other squashes, such as butternut. View recipe.
It's the great pumpkin! Full of vitamins A and C, potassium, iron, and fiber, pumpkin adds harvest cred to sweet and savory dishes.