5-Ingredient Vegan Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies are flourless, dairy-free, refined sugar-free, and egg-free! Healthy oatmeal cookies with a fall twist. This easy recipe results in rich and chewy pumpkin cookies that are healthy enough to eat for breakfast!
Grain-Free Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Blondies made with almond flour and maple sugar (or coconut sugar) for a paleo dessert recipe. These delicious healthy blondies are blasted with pumpkin spice flavor and have the most amazing texture!
Insanely moist and fluffy grain-free Paleo Pumpkin Banana Bread made refined sugar-free, nut-free, oil-free, and dairy-free. This nutty chocolate-studded flavorful bread combines two favorites: pumpkin and banana for the ultimate breakfast or snack!
A Healthy Pumpkin Pie recipe that you’d never in a million years guess is actually good for you! Low in added sweetener, nut-free, grain-free and dairy-free, this silky smooth pumpkin pie is spiced to perfection. This amazing pie is paleo friendly with a coconut flour crust, and I have included a keto option for my low-carb friends.
A true delight during the holiday season, this Keto Pumpkin Cheesecake is made dairy-free, requires no baking, and is spiced to perfection! An ideal recipe for those who love the classic pie but like to keep things sugar-free and dairy-free.
Flourless Rolled Oat Pumpkin Brownies are fudgy yet fluffy and loaded with pumpkin spice flavors for a guilt-free treat. You can easily swap the pureed pumpkin for mashed sweet potato or any leftover cooked winter squash!
Flourless Chickpea Pumpkin Muffins made gluten-free, dairy-free and refined sugar-free are a lovely fall treat. Warmly-spiced and studded with chocolate chips, these bean-infused muffins are a marvel among baked goods! 😉
Easy, fall-inspired Gluten-Free Pumpkin rolls are an excellent addition to any meal! Whip them up any ol’ day, or enjoy them with family on holidays. This recipe includes instructions for dairy-free pumpkin rolls as well!
Paleo Pumpkin Spice Snickerdoodle Cookie Bars are a grain-free, dairy-free, refined sugar-free version of classic snickerdoodles with a pumpkin twist! You’ll love these super easy, warmly-spiced fall treats!
Creamy, luscious Gluten-Free Pumpkin Feta Penne Pasta with caramelized onion, spinach, and garlic for an incredibly flavorful yet light pasta!
Warmly-spiced, lusciously moist and fluffy Gluten-Free Apple Pumpkin Bread with a cinnamon crumble streusel topping is everything we all love about fall baked into one healthier treat!
Flourless Protein Pumpkin Pancakes made with rolled oats are warmly-spiced fluffy stacks of breakfast bliss! Low-fat, high in protein and complex carbohydrate, these pumpkin pancakes are an amazing pre or post-workout meal and are just amazing any time the craving strikes!
Paleo Pumpkin Pie Bars with grain-free almond flour crust are sweetened with pure maple syrup for a healthier dessert recipe. This easy pumpkin pie bars recipe is a cinch to make and are perfect if you don’t own a pie pan.
Looking for a low-carb option? No sweat! I have included a recipe for low-carb paleo pumpkin pie bars in this post.
Pumpkin pie, or pumpkin bars? What say you?
Let’s face it – they’re basically identical save for the shape. Same great pumpkin taste, just wearing a different outfit.
If, on the other hand, you don’t own a pie pan, or if you’re intimidated by pies, no sweat! You can still enjoy pumpkin pie in bar-form, and for some reason they seem much less complicated than baking an actual pie.
The cinnamony maple pumpkin filling atop a shortbread-like grain-free pie crust is absolutely mouth-watering, and an amazing dessert to share.
Let’s get into the details!
Gluten-Free Pumpkin Muffins with Streusel Topping are a delightful fall treat. Pumpkin pie spice lends warm flavor to these cozy muffins and that topping makes them simply irresistible.
Today is a nerve-wracking day for everyone. You may feel your fate lives outside of yourself. Is that really true?
Rather than allowing ourselves to get carried away with fear and anxiety, our energy is best served turning inward.
What can I do to improve my well-being today?
Is there something I can do to help someone?
What is really, truly important when I zoom out?
A few simple questions and some deep breathing may be all it takes to bring ourselves back to peace and to recognize: life is a journey, and it doesn’t need to be controlled.
Surrender isn’t for the weak. It’s for the courageous. When we allow life to be as it is, we’re receptive to its lessons. If we try to resist, that which we resist persists.
So we can take a collective moment, you and me, to take a deep breath, exhale out our need for control, really take a look around and find something beautiful we can appreciate.
You are your own leader.
And streusel topping always improves a muffin. Always. That is a fact.
So if you’re game for another pumpkin treat, if you’re like me and you stress-bake-and-share, I’m here for you.
Let us bake.