Pumpkins aren’t just for Halloween! These versatile vegetables are an excellent source of vitamin A and dietary fiber. To demonstrate different ways you can incorporate this seasonal superstar, MyPlate is showcasing five easy recipes with pumpkin as the main ingredient.
MyPlate encourages you to make half your plate fruits and vegetables. People who eat more vegetables and fruits as part of an overall healthy diet are likely to have a reduced risk of some chronic diseases. Fruits and vegetables provide nutrients vital for the health and maintenance of your body. Pumpkins are full of color and are a great way to eat your veggies!
Try these recipes featuring pumpkin five different ways to add more vitamin A and dietary fiber to your menus:
- The Grab and Go Breakfast:
Bake up these muffins the night before and enjoy them with a glass of low-fat or fat-free milk for a delicious start to your day!
- The Simple Weeknight Dinner:
Mashed beans pumpkin make this soup unique. Cook up a quick batch to enjoy on a busy weeknight.
- The Sweet Treat:
Looking for a new dessert? Serve this pudding in small, festive cups for a great party treat.
- The Fun Family Breakfast:
Fall weekends are full of activities and events. Start out your day together with a delicious breakfast! Kids can help to measure and mix the ingredients in this simple recipe.
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It is sad that persons with food allergies, persons who need to be on a chemical free diet due to allergies, low salt & sugar is not reconised by SNAP officials
I cannot use instant pudding mix. Please give a recipe for pudding mix. I am glucose and lactose intolerant and made everything from scratch. I want to make Pumpkin pudding.
thanks for the % Tips, as I'll share with my family and 4 year old this year for Halloween !
Thanks for the recipes. Always love to find new ways of adding seasonal flavors to my menus.
this is interesting.
Ingredients for DIY Vanilla Instant Pudding Mix can be found on the internet - here's one that looks promising and yummy!
I would try this if you're avoiding or cannot tolerate milk. I would think you could make it with any dairy-free milk alternate
Enjoy! And add that pumpkin in there!