Jump into Fall with over 30 Pumpkin Ideas



Y’all, you know I don’t really say that in real life but there is just something about this time of year that brings out that southern greeting. It’s Fall Y’all and that means pumpkins, pumpkins, pumpkins!

Please join me over at Keeper of the Home to check out 30 awesome pumpkin ideas just in time for the season!

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Pumpkins are used in recipes, for decorations and soon to be carved into silly faces, for themed crafts and learning activities and so much more, you literally can get overwhelmed if you search pumpkin on Pinterest. This post will give you a rundown on all things pumpkin…

Health Benefits
With all the good ole’ fun it’s no wonder that pumpkins are also good super-foods for our health and boost your immune system. Pumpkins are full of vitamins and minerals essential to living a healthy life! That rich orange color we all love, is full of beta-carotenes which turns to vitamin A in your body. Beta carotene has been shown to lower heart disease and is full of antioxidants. Pumpkins are also low in sugar and high in fiber which helps your digestion.

With all those health benefits I’m so glad that there are so many healthy recipes to try, especially with a super-food like pumpkin.

Recipes
When is comes to cooking with pumpkin, it doesn’t matter whether you use fresh or canned as far as health benefits go. Since I am a busy mom, I don’t have time to cook pumpkin so I use the organic canned pumpkin. Do whatever works for you!

 

This recipe is so very simple! All you need are a few ingredients and a great blender and your set!

What you need:

 What are your favorite things to do with pumpkins?

About Rachel

Rachel is a mother to four children and a wife to a wellness doctor. Her passions are faith, family, and health. You can find her writing about her family adventures and inspiring you to make healthier choices for your family.

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