Fall and Halloween are almost here and Thanksgiving isn’t far behind and it’s the perfect time to start to find Clean Eating Pumpkin Recipes.
These Clean Eating Pumpkin recipes would be great for any Halloween party or even for Thanksgiving dinner or Christmas dinner. Better than that – these Clean Eating recipes would be good anytime of the year and any time of the day.
Of course, the best pumpkin comes fresh grown in your own garden or fresh bought at the store or road side stand. I actually use pureed squash a lot of the time in place of pumpkin in all of my pumpkin recipes: I think it tastes better than pumpkin and I like the consistency better, it isn’t as thick.
Pumpkin you buy in a can is also Clean Eating though and much easier – just make sure you buy pureed and not pie filling because it has sugar added, which is not Clean and would ruin the recipe.
To make it easier for you, under the title of each recipe, I’ve listed the main ingredients to help you decide if you like that recipe. When you see a recipe you want to check out, just click on the title or the image and it will bring you to the recipe page.
I hope you enjoy all of these recipes. Which ones are your favorite? Any new pumpkin recipes that you didn’t know existed? For me, I never heard of salad with pumpkin in it! Enjoy!
If you like these Clean Eating Pumpkin Recipes, you may also like these recipes:
Clean Eating Pumpkin Recipes
1. Overnight Pumpkin Spice Steel Cut Oats Crock Pot Recipe – Clean Eating Recipes
Steel Cut Oats – Pumpkin Puree – Whole Milk
Pumpkin has become a very popular food recently. I’m sure it’s because people have begun to recognize the great flavor it has. These oats are like eating a pumpkin oatmeal pie for breakfast. They are cooked in the crock pot overnight and will be ready for you to eat first thing in the morning when you wake up. It will also make your house smell wonderful, imagine waking up to the smell of warm pumpkin pie.
2. Clean Eating Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream Recipe – Get Inspired Everyday
This ice cream has a creamy soft serve texture if eaten soon after it is made. It tastes much like a pumpkin pie but better because of the consistency which I would describe as super creamy.
3. Pumpkin & Beetroot Salad with Oregano Garlic Chicken – Eat Drink Paleo
Chicken Thighs – Lemon – Pumpkin – Beetroots – Walnuts
This is a great beetroot salad with pumpkin and chicken. You could use sweet potato in place of pumpkin. Beetroot can be bought pre-packed and cooked in your local grocery store. You could use honey in place of the maple syrup on the walnuts.
4. Pumpkin Pie Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies – Amy’s Healthy Baking
Here are some oatmeal cookies that are chewy with chocolate chips and taste a little bit like pumpkin pie. Nobody will ever guess that they are healthy and they won’t last very long if you make them because they will get gobbled up quickly.
5. Parmesan Pumpkin and Spinach Quinoa – I Food Real
6. Chocolate Pumpkin Muffins – Running With Spoons
These muffins can be made in the blender is less than five minutes. They are a delicious breakfast or snack that were inspired by this beautiful fall weather. They surprisingly taste good even with no added grain or oil. They are chocolatey and soft but don’t tell anyone they are healthy.
7. Slow Cooker Pumpkin Streusel Coffee Cake – Amy’s Healthy Baking
Here is a breakfast cake that is tender and moist and topped with a thick layer of cinnamon at streusel. It’s an awesome comfort food but without any refined sugar or flour it is more healthy than most.
8. Curried Pumpkin and Coconut Soup – Naturally Ella
This pumpkin soup is wonderfully creamy and oh so delicious while still being gluten-free and vegan. The curry plays really well with the pumpkin and the coconut. It would also be good with some added brown rice or maybe even some chicken if you want to make it more hearty.
9. Pumpkin Breakfast Cookies – Leela Licious
These pumpkin breakfast cookies are healthy and make a great grab and go breakfast that is both nutritious and tastes like fall. they are a clean eating and gluten-free breakfast or treat. Give them a try, you could eat them most any time of the day.