It’s no secret that we can all be a little pumpkin obsessed by the time October rolls around. One of the key flavors of the season, pumpkin especially shines in the sweetly spiced form of pumpkin pie. A centerpiece of holiday dessert tables, you’re going to need some killer pumpkin pie-flavored recipes this season. Don’t worry: we searched far and wide across our Food Monster App to find you the very best ones!
Make sure to check out our Pumpkin Pie Archives for even more ideas that you’ll want to try!
1. Date-Sweetened Pumpkin Pie [Vegan]
This Date-Sweetened Pumpkin Pie from Helyn Dunn tastes traditional, but the ingredients are anything but! Creamy cashews and soy milk replace the canned condensed milk and mineral-rich dates replace the sugar. This healthier alternative to the holiday classic is so creamy and luscious it won’t stay around for long… so be prepared. You may want to make two!
2. Pumpkin Pie Parfait With Cranberry-Orange Coulis and Coconut Whip [Vegan, Raw, Gluten-Free]
This delightful Pumpkin Pie Parfait With Cranberry-Orange Coulis and Coconut by Crystal Bonnet is a great raw addition to your holiday party menu. Sweet and festive layers combined with a beautiful presentation, it’s a match made in the tree lights.
3. Maple Pumpkin Pie [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
Have you ever wished that a pumpkin pie existed that would allow you to indulge without completely ruining your healthy eating regimen? Well, your dreams may just be coming true! This no-bake Maple Pumpkin Pie from Sirke Reivo has a gluten-free crust made with almond flour, coconut flour, and coconut oil, and has a deliciously creamy filling made with cashews, pumpkin purée, vegan cream cheese, and thick coconut cream. Even the sweeteners used – maple syrup, vanilla bean, cinnamon, pumpkin spice – are wholesome. This pie is just overall amazing.
4. Pumpkin Pie Pancakes [Vegan]
5. Pumpkin Pie With Gingersnap Cookie Crust [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
Rhea Parsons‘ Pumpkin Pie With Gingersnap Cookie Crust is so easy to make. The only thing that gets baked is the crust. The pie just sets in the fridge. It looks like a lot more effort than it is. You’ll impress even the pickiest of eaters with this wonder.
6. Pumpkin Pie Custards With Brulee Topping [Vegan]
These Pumpkin Pie Custards With Brulee Topping from Dreena Burton are magical – creamy, luscious, and like having a mini pumpkin pie (without the crust!) all to yourself! These are on our annual Thanksgiving and Christmas menus, definitely make them for your holiday celebrations – and with the brûlée topping!
7. Apple Pumpkin Pie Tart [Vegan]
This Apple Pumpkin Pie Tart from Clémence Moulaert combines two amazing desserts into one: apple tart and pumpkin pie! Lucky for you, you don’t have to choose between them. You can have both in one amazing dish!
8. Savory Pumpkin Pie with Shiitake Mushroom Streusel [Vegan]
If you’ve had your fill of sweet pumpkin pie already, you might want to try this Savory Pumpkin Pie with Shiitake Mushroom Streusel from Annie Oliverio. Nothing sweet (save for a hint of maple syrup) here.
9. Chocolate Pumpkin Pie
10. Raw Pumpkin Pie [Vegan]
Emily von Euw‘s Raw Pumpkin Pie includes a slightly chewy crust made from nuts and dried fruits, and for the filling, all you need to do is blend cubed sugar pumpkin with dates, coconut oil, and pumpkin pie spice (of course). The result is a delicious pie that captures the spirit of the cooked version. This would be delicious served with a big scoop of raw vanilla ice cream.
Need even more pumpkin in your life? Be sure to check out our Pumpkin Archives! We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App, it’s available for both Android and iPhone and has free and paid versions. The app is loaded with thousands of allergy-friendly & vegan recipes/cooking tips, has hundreds of search filters and features like bookmarking, meal plans and more! Check it out!
Lead Image Source: Maple Pumpkin Pie [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
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