With a glorious change of season comes some glorious veggies – fill your plate with these healthy baked Parmesan pumpkin fries.
If you’re worried about rolling into 2021, try sticking to the good carbs these holidays with our delicious pumpkin and sage cannelloni.
What better way to embrace the autumn season than with white chocolate-coasted pumpkin-spice bites? Pop them in the fridge for an anytime-snack.
Healthy veggies and a touch of Middle Eastern spice make this pumpkin and lentil salad with zaatar dressing a side you’ll enjoy no matter the occasion.
A healthy breakfast treat that keeps you feeling full and energised throughout the day? Yes, please! These pear and pumpkin breakfast muffins are low GI and quick to bake, making them ideal for a morning snack or an afternoon pick-me-up.
We have been loving sweetly-filled surprise-centre baked goods lately, and these pumpkin muffins are sure to do down a treat!
This beautifully plated and fancy-sounding dish will come together in mere minutes with ingredients from the ready-made section of your local supermarket. Serve this gorgeous pumpkin soup to start the next time you have guests over and they’ll think you’ve been slaving away for hours. But don’t worry, we won’t tell...
We know Christmas falls during summer here in South Africa, but that doesn’t mean you can’t whip up a warm treat for Christmas Eve. We would definitely recommend our pumpkin meringue pie for this year.
Do we have any Potterheads out there? Similar to Cornish pasties, we have J. K. Rowling to thank for these scrumptious pumpkin-filled bites of goodness. Pumpkin pasties are wizarding food most commonly sold on the Hogwarts Express. Harry tried them on his first trip when he ordered some of everything off the trolley and had a shared binge with Ron Weasley that we are beyond jealous of.