A roundup of easy Vegan Pumpkin Recipes, including dinners, desserts and drinks. These meals are perfect for Thanksgiving as well!
Vegan Pumpkin Recipes
Pumpkins can be used in such versatile ways, like very few others. They can be made decoration, table center piece, spooky tools for Halloween fun but most importantly, they are a very healthy and amazingly delicious food.
Pumpkin pies, pumpkin cake, pumpkin muffins, pumpkin spice latte, baked savory pumpkin, the list goes on.
The best thing is, that you can make it sweet or salty, the result will be perfect either way.
Even on the coldest and rainyest fall evenings, the thought of a hot pumpkin spiced latte or apple pie waiting for you at home, is enough to cheer you up.
Enjoy the Fall months with these 10/10 vegan pumpkin recipes!
You might never have thought about putting pumpkin on pasta, but you should now. This spaghetti is the perfect late-summer, early-fall meal. It’s a great way to combine comfort food and healthy food. The walnuts give this meal a nice crunchiness, so you are in for an exciting meal.
This pumpkin risotto is the king of creamy meals. It’s absolutely heavenly.
I can’t think of a single better way to warm myself up, than this soup. It’s the perfect cold weather food for not only fall, but the coldest winter days too.
Yay, for infinite Italian food ideas! But seriously, if you don’t try pumpkin crust Pizza in the fall, you are missing out big time. Have I mentioned that it’s a brilliant food hack for a weight loss diet, too?
Curry is the type of dish, that will fill me up, just by looking at it. It’s always such a satisfying meal. It’s even better, when you put chickpeas in it, given the high fiber content will really make you feel full.
Can’t find any vegan pumpkin recipes you like? How about this hummus? You can choose to eat it with anything, but you won’t miss out on all the pumpkin fun. Dip veggies in it or pour it on rice, hummus is always a good idea.
The great thing about veggie burgers, that even if you don’t like veggies (and pumpkins), you can still enjoy them as patties. The flavor is not overwhelming, but just right. Of course, if you are a huge pumpkin lover, this recipe is still amazing.
The second contender for best combined comfort and healthy meal. One thing is for sure: you won’t be lacking protein after a bowl of this extra yummy soup. When you are tired of tofu, this dish will always be there for you. Slimming down has never been more satisfying.
This pumpkin snack is an absolute family favorite. Tiny babies or big adults will love it just as much. You can experiment with spices and herbs, to perfectly customize the taste.
Hurray for gluten-free, edible and healthy cookie dough! There is a downside to this one though: it’s completely addictive. Lock it up somewhere, if you don’t want it to vanish overnight!
It might be cold in the Fall, but let’s admit one thing. It’s never too cold for ice cream. Especially if it’s a dairy-free pumpkin pie ice cream. Pro tip: sit next to a fire place to fully enjoy this sweet dessert!
These pumpkin scones are the perfect choice if you are hosting a Fall themed Afternoon Tea Party. Of course, you should never have an excuse to eat pumpkin scones. You should just do it. (Pssst: The Maple Glaze is fantastic!)
These Pumpkin Pie Cups are so cute and small, it’s hard to resist the temptation to eat 10 of them at once. Full of yummy pumpkin puree, it’s a perfect treat at home or on the go. They will be kid-favorite for sure.
It’s the most stylish way to start the day off with a pumpkin frappuccino. You are like a Fashionable Fall Fairy. It is quite expensive to hop in Starbucks everyday though, so rather than that, make this delicious drink at home. It’s even healthier and more fun that way.
After the summer fruit smoothie bowl craze calmed down, you should still eat these healthy fruity meals! The best choice is of course pumpkin. See how versatile pumpkin is? It’s great. Decorate the bowl with apple/pear slices and a few walnuts.
Edible latte, yay! Because, there are days, when no liquid can make your hunger or cravings go away. Luckily, these pumpkin bites can help out. They are easy to make, and really delicious.
My favorite for last. There is a special place in my heart for flourless muffins. When they are so moist and easy as this one is, they will easily become your favorite too.
Similar to the pumpkin hummus, this pumpkin butter is great for times, when you don’t want to bake but still crave pumpkin pie. It’s great on a bread slice or pancakes.
This creamy pumpkin pasta is a perfect comfort food recipe for any day of the week. If you have a favorite spice, try mixing it up with the creamy sauce.
20. Pumpkin Nuggets
This one will be the favorite of any vegan or non-vegan kid alike. It’s so crunchy and healthy. They won’t even notice, that it’s made from healthy ingredients.
You can mix so many veggies into this, and the result is gonna be an amazing healthy, delicious meal.
Another classic great and delicious Italian meal dressed up in fall flavors. Traditional Risotto is usually a very nice and creamy dish, but pumpkins make it even better.
If it’s fall, pumpkins are a must-have in every household obviously. But let’s not forget about mushrooms, for they are full of nutrition and protein.
This recipe once again proves, that you should never ever throw out pumpkin seeds! Rather, make an amazing pesto from them.
It might sound weird at first to put apple in a savory soup, but once you taste it, you will understand. It creates a fantastic favor, making this soup your new favorite.
Are you hosting or going to a party this fall? Look no further. You have just found the perfect finger food to make. Prepare to be in the spotlight, because everyone is going to ask you for the recipe.
How cute these little stuffed pumpkins are? And even better, they are really yummy. The mushroom and quinoa compliment the taste of the pumpkin very nicely.
More Vegan Fall Recipes:
- Fall Desserts: super yummy sweet treats.
- Back to School Recipes: super easy and healthy recipes, that are kid-friendly too!
- Healthy Fall Dinner Recipes: for cold, dark fall evenings, when you need something easy, but nourishing!
What are your favorite vegan pumpkin recipes? Do you like the savory or sweet ones? Let me know in the comments below!