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Pumpkin pie

Pumpkin pie is a dessert pie with a spiced, pumpkin-based custard filling. The pumpkin is a symbol of harvest time, and pumpkin pie is often eaten during the fall and early winter. In the United States and Canada, it is usually prepared for Thanksgiving and other occasions when pumpkin is in season.

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No-Bake Pumpkin Pie Energy Bites with Dark Chocolate Chunks

Ingredients: 1 packed cup chopped dates (pits removed, duh.) ¼ cup pumpkin puree 1 tablespoon raw honey or agave (optional) 2 tablespoons chia seeds ¼ teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon ¼ teaspoon ground ginger ¼ teaspoon ground all spice Pinch of salt 1 cup gluten-free rolled oats (not quick cooking!) ½ cup chopped pecans ½ cup raw or toasted pepitas (you can chop them if you like) 1/3 cup chopped dark chocolate (or more if you’re really into chocolate)

Contributed by Tess Chaffin

Homemade Pumpkin Ice Cream Recipe

Here's how to make this Homemade Pumpkin Ice Cream Recipe!

Contributed by Tess Chaffin

This is The Great Pumpkin, a seasonal treat that can be enjoyed at San Francisco's Bluestem Brasserie. It's pumpkin pie cheesecake shaped like a turkey!

Contributed by Kathryn Vercillo

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