There's no better way to celebrate cold weather and changing leaves than consuming large amounts of pumpkin. These recipes are full of sugar, and of course lots of pumpkin.
If you're looking to upgrade your dessert game for fall, look no further. (Just don't blame us if you get sick of pumpkin by the time winter starts.)
Not a fan of pie? Then this pumpkin cake is the answer to your Thanksgiving prayers. It is super easy to make, and the cream cheese pumpkin frosting is the perfect complement to the moist cake.
If you're bored of basic blondies you can't go wrong with these chocolately squares. The pumpkin makes them perfect for the season so whip up a batch and bring them to your next holiday get-together.
What's not to love about a pumpkin cake covered in caramel sauce and chocolate? It's the perfect use for all those leftover cans of pumpkin you never made into pie.
All you need is some pumpkin and cream cheese frosting to elevate a batch of chocolate chip cookies to a delicious autumnal dessert.
These decadent treats are perfect for the indecisive dessert lover. A little bit of cheesecake, a little bit of pumpkin, and a lot of brownie.
You can enjoy these treats for breakfast, dessert, or anytime in between. The pumpkin filling and brown sugar glaze will ensure you never go back to normal cinnamon rolls again.
If you'd prefer to get your dessert in liquid form, this pumpkin milkshake is the way to go. It's also pretty healthy, so you won't feel guilty after.
This recipe for puppy chow is a great upgrade to the classic. Pumpkin spice and some candy corn will make it super festive, and you won't be able to stop eating it.
Love eating cookie dough? Then you'll find these ice cream sandwiches delicious. The cookie dough has cinnamon chips, and if eaten with the pumpkin ice cream you'll be in fall heaven.
You only need three ingredients to whip up these yummy cookies. The flavor combination is unique, with the pumpkin cookie and peanut butter chocolate frosting, but worth a try.
If you prefer to celebrate the autumn weather bundled up inside, take a break from your Netflix marathon to pop this cake in the microwave. It take five minutes to make, and you won't have to worry about sharing.