Halloween recipes: Pumpkin Chocolate Spiderweb Cupcakes.

Top Five Gourmet Halloween Recipes Featuring Pumpkin!

We post a lot about sophisticated, la-di-da recipes around here, and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. But today we’re looking for more fun than fondue. It’s almost Halloween! Our favorite Halloween recipes featuring pumpkin by our spookily talented contributing bloggers will make this Halloween frighteningly delicious.

Read on for our favorite Halloween recipes featuring everyone’s orange vegetable, pumpkin.

1. Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte

Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte with Whipped Cream.

Giving Sbux a bit of competition! Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte with Whipped Cream. Photo by: Mary Younkin

Long lines at the coffee shop spooking you out? This the perfect Halloween recipe for latte-lovers! Try Mary’s recipe for a homemade pumpkin latte made from pumpkin puree. So easy to make at home, no styrofoam cups required!

You can find our more great recipes from Many on her cooking blog:
www.barefeetinthekitchen.com

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2. Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal Smoothie

Our fave pumpkin-for-breakfast Halloween recipe: Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal Smoothie.

Our fave pumpkin-for-breakfast Halloween recipe: Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal Smoothie. Photo by: Rachel Farnsworth

You know us, we’re suckers for gourmet recipes that are also healthy, and this Halloween recipe is perfect to kick off your day. Rachel’s smoothie recipe of Greek yogurt, pumpkin puree, spices and rolled oats will get you up and going for a long afternoon of trick-or-treating!

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Find more delicious from-scratch recipes from Rachel on her blog at:
www.thestayathomechef.com

3. Pumpkin Harvest Cookies

Our favorite cookies for Halloween - Pumpkin Harvest Cookies.

Our favorite cookies for Halloween – Pumpkin Harvest Cookies. Photo by: Katie Compton

Pumpkin, chocolate chips, shredded coconuts and spices? Our taste buds went crazy just looking at the ingredient list for Katie’s Halloween recipe of Pumpkin Cookies. Make a large batch to give away to trick-or-treaters, and save some to have with your afternoon coffee.

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For more recipes (and fashion style tips!), visit Katie’s blog:
 www.rufflesandtruffles.com

4. Pumpkin Birmuelos with Caramel Drizzle

A deliciously Kosher Halloween! Pumpkin Birmuelos With Caramel Drizzle.

A deliciously Kosher Halloween! Pumpkin Birmuelos With Caramel Drizzle. Photo by: Melinda Strauss

It’s easy to keep kosher on Halloween when you have the help of Melinda Strauss, of Kitchen Tested. Her adaptation of the classic birmuelo – a sort of fried doughnut – includes mixing up some pumpkin puree, and drizzling the whole thing with caramel.  L’Chaim!

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For more incredible (and always kosher) recipes from Melinda, find at her at:
www.kitchentested.com 

5. Pumpkin Chocolate Spiderweb Cupcakes

Favorite Halloween recipes: Pumpkin Chocolate Spiderweb Cupcakes.

Frighteningly yummy spiderwebs adorn these decadent chocolate and pumpkin-frosted cupcakes. Pumpkin Chocolate Spiderweb Cupcakes. Photo by: Alexandra @ Confessions of A Bright Eyed Baker.

We promised Halloween cupcakes, and cupcakes you shall have! But these are no scary store-bought cupcakes, no sir. Alexandra of Confessions of a Bright Eyed Baker brewed up some decadent, moist chocolate-and-pumpkin cupcakes with bright orange-spiced cream cheese frosting. Plus a sophisticated chocolate “spiderweb” to top it all of.  Wickedly good!

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For more indulgent baking (and more) from Alexandra, check out her blog at:
http://www.brighteyedbaker.com

Happy Halloween, fellow foodies!

  • seni2com

    Kids’ parties demands entertainment. You must have lots of games andfun things to do. You can keep the scary quotient a little on the downside to not let small kids get the fright of their life. After all, you’re throwing a party to make the kids happy, not scare them out of their wits. Bobbing for apples is a favorite activity since the kids can eat those apples, too.

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