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    It is the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!

    Think pumpkin is just for pies? Think again!! It makes excellent cookies, muffins and even cheesecakes too.
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    These rise well and are moist and delicious --- this recipe makes 3 loaves and they freeze wonderful.

    Recipe #77513

    Well, after looking for this recipe on here and not having any luck, I decided to find it and post it. In my opinion, this is the best pumpkin pie. Make your own graham cracker crust or buy an already prepared one.

    Recipe #101104

    We love this pie! I am not much of a baker but this is so simple and so good. DH has tried other people's pumpkin pies and store bought pies at Thanksgiving and says they just don't compare to mine. I always make 2. One for the family and one just for him. Try it, I don't think you will be dissapointed.

    Recipe #100396

    I got this recipe out of a church cookbook many years ago. It is a simple and delicious pumpkin bread. My daughter who hates coconut loves this bread. It is so moist and tasty that it really does melt in your mouth.

    Recipe #14187

    53 Reviews |  By nnreq

    This recipe combines the sweet spices of pumpkin pie with the caramel crunch of cracker jack. from Family Fun Magazine, September 2002 issue

    Recipe #35620

    Fresh homemade pumpkin cranberry bread. There is nothing like it fresh from the oven and smothered in butter. Try using all fresh ingredients for a truly divine taste, but if you don’t have the time, canned will do fine.

    Recipe #47881

    A great dessert for the fall season, and is it delicious! see my recipe#66929

    Recipe #74007

    This is the best and easiest pumpkin seed recipe I have ever done. I hope your family enjoys it as much as mine.

    Recipe #102190

    1 Reviews |  By akgrown

    We love to make these cookies as soon as the days get colder and the leaves start changing colors. (Happens pretty early here :-) They are moist, fluffy, and cake-like. We love em' as is but feel free to add chocolate chips or chopped nuts.

    Recipe #175574

    A great choice when you can't decide whether to make pumpkin or pecan pie! I adore this pie. I think the praline layer adds a lovely new dimension to the traditional pumpkin pie. The pumpkin layer is the best I've ever had also. Very light and tasty without being overly sweet. A few people weren't crazy about it though because they said there was something 'wrong' with having nuts in a pumpkin pie. LOL! That's okay, that just means more for me!! And yes, you can double the praline layer, I do. You will end up with a little too much filling, but the pie will turn out fine.

    Recipe #3567

    Makes 8 servings. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #3566

    Everyone I have ever served these to rants about them. I have made some modifications to make them a little healthier. That recipe is Recipe #2509. Either way though, we love them. (Recipe updated to add vanilla, more cinnamon and reduce oil slightly (original calls for 1 1/2 cups oil) since we prefer them with these alterations.)

    Recipe #3564

    For our guest on restrictive diets.

    Recipe #3563

    An impressive recipe that really isn't that hard to make. Everyone always raves about how good it is. One tip, use a linen towel to wrap it in. A terry cloth one will stick...don't ask me how I know. ;o)

    Recipe #2505

    A lighter version of Recipe #3564. I also usually add a tsp or 2 of vanilla.

    Recipe #2509

    Nothing says AUTUMN quite like pumpkin with the warming notes of spices! A moist delicious bread that is wonderful "as is" or with cream cheese spread on it. YUM! I've also included healthier ingredient alternatives.

    Recipe #2510

    I originally got this from a ToH magazine. Very moist and delicious!

    Recipe #3559

    I'm not sure where I got this recipe from originally but the combinations fascinated me. When I went to make them I didn't have any cardamom (and almost past out when I saw the price of a little bottle!) so I used 1/4 tsp. nutmeg and 1/4 tsp. ginger in place of it. I loved the results! If I every can afford the cardamom (ha ha!) I'll try the recipe again as written.

    Recipe #3560

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