Posted by: Maria Lichty
Editor’s Note: Maria Lichty, creator of the Two Peas and Their Pod culinary blog, has partnered with Thermador to contribute blog posts on an ongoing basis. Lichty, based out of Salt Lake City, recently finished a complete kitchen remodel, and replaced her former appliances with Thermador.
I look forward to Fall every year. I love the cool crisp air, football games, the beautiful colors, and pumpkin season. I am a huge pumpkin fan and try to cook and bake as many recipes as I can during the Fall months. I might go a little overboard, but I can’t help myself. I love all things pumpkin and enjoy trying new pumpkin recipes every year. If you have pumpkin on the brain (and who doesn’t after Halloween?) and are looking for a few new recipes to try, here are a few of my favorite pumpkin recipes. So get out a can of pumpkin and head to the kitchen. Pumpkin season is here and you don’t want to miss out on these delicious pumpkin recipes. All of these recipes were crafted to perfection in our beautiful Thermador ovens. Enjoy!
If you are looking for a decadent Fall breakfast, make these Pumpkin Cinnamon Streusel Pancakes. Hearty pumpkin pancakes are generously topped with cinnamon streusel and finished off with a dab of butter and maple syrup. These pancakes are divine.
These moist and cakey Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Bars are easy to make and great to take to parties. They are always a hit so be prepared to share the recipe.
The classic gingersnap cookie is combined with pumpkin to create the perfect Fall gingersnap cookie. These cookies are soft with the perfect hint of pumpkin and fall spices.
No need to get out the fryer, these pumpkin donut holes are baked, dipped in melted butter, and rolled in cinnamon and sugar. They are fun to make and eat.
Pumpkin bread with a swirl of chocolate hazelnut spread. This Pumpkin Nutella Bread is great for snacking, dessert, or gift giving.
This healthy pumpkin spiced granola recipe uses no oil or butter, but is not lacking in flavor. It is good eaten plain, with yogurt, or a cold splash of milk.