Is there anything better than pumpkin season?!
Today I’m rounding up my favorite 15 paleo pumpkin and pumpkin-inspired recipes so you can enjoy these favorites all fall long! All recipes are dairy-free, grain-free/gluten-free, and free of refined sugars! So let’s get to it!
This one isn’t a recipe per-se, but this tutorial will show you how to make pumpkin puree from scratch in 8 simple steps! This is a great way to prep pumpkin you already have on-hand and get it ready for your favorite recipes!
Ice cream in fall? You betcha! Especially when this one is sweetened naturally with banana and can be made right in a food processor! (no ice cream maker needed!)
This hot chocolate is dairy-free and starts with a base of almond milk. Instead of adding sugar or other sweeteners, I naturally sweetened it up with pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice, and energizing maca powder!
This delicious curry comes together in just 35 minutes and is perfect for a healthy and quick weeknight meal! Serve it over a bed of cauliflower rice and enjoy!
Forget the PSL – this no-fruit pumpkin green smoothie is the drink of the season! 😉 It’s a delicious way to enjoy your pumpkin and get your greens too! And, if you struggle with blood sugar issues or can’t have high-sugar fruits like bananas, this recipe is perfect for you!
Dairy-free and paleo, this pumpkin mac and cheese will become your favorite fall meal! Plus, it can be prepared in under 30 minutes!!
This simple roasted pumpkin soup is a great way to enjoy fall produce like pumpkin, carrots, and parsnips. Plus, this recipe works really well with bone broth in place of traditional broth or stock!
This paleo pumpkin chili is grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free, and delicious. I love how the spiciness of the fire roasted tomatoes and chili powder compliment the natural sweetness in the pumpkin and cinnamon.
Grain-free pumpkin muffins?! Yep, and let me say that they’re pretty amazing! These are sweetened with banana and are super filling because of the egg and coconut oil. They work well as a quick breakfast, afternoon snack, or dessert!
What to do with all those leftover pumpkin seeds? Toss ’em with some cacao powder, chili powder, and roast ’em!
This smoothie is high in fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Plus, it tastes like pumpkin pie (according to me)!
If you are anything like me, I’m sure that you’ve been looking forward to pumpkin season and not only want to eat it, but are dying to rub it all over your face and body. Lucky for you this body scrub is easy to make and will fulfill your lifelong ambition to cover yourself in pumpkin while exfoliating dry skin.
This Pumpkin Spice Cashew Milk is creamy, cinnamon-y, and has a natural sweetness from the cashews. Use this in your favorite tea, coffee, smoothies, or mixed with a little raw cocoa powder for a sugar-free and dairy-free hot chocolate.
These fat bombs are sooo creamy and literally melt-in-your-mouth! Just 5 simple ingredients, 5 minutes of prep and boom: you have pumpkin pie fat bombs!
Side dish or dessert? 😉 This recipe is one of my favorite ways to enjoy beets as it combines them with pumpkin pie spice, coconut oil, and maple syrup, then roasts them to bring out their natural sweetness! Yum!
Hope your fall is off to a good start!