Easy Paleo Pumpkin Custard
This Easy Paleo Pumpkin Custard seriously looks like something out a magazine. Everything about it is perfect, including the jars and the vibrant color. The dessert is a perfect way to bring home the flavors of Fall, without needing a large time investment. To make things even better, the dish is dairy-free, egg-free and gluten-free. These aspects make the custard suitable for many different diet types.
Keto Pumpkin Cheesecake
While there are plenty of keto cheesecakes out there, I'm particularly fond of this Keto Pumpkin Cheesecake recipe. I love the simplicity of the dessert and the way the pieces all come together. Plus, as Sam highlights, the dessert has an unusual crust - taking advantage of the flavors and nutrition of walnuts. Check the recipe out for yourself. You won't be disappointed.
Keto Pumpkin Layer Cheesecake
This Keto Pumpkin Layer Cheesecake is an Instant Pot recipe, one that is also paleo compliant. The recipe is a little less sweet than many other cheesecake recipes, but that’s entirely a good thing. Let’s face it, cheesecakes are often excessively sweet. Toning down that sweetness allows the various flavors to be more prominent, making a more interesting dessert overall.
Keto Roast Pumpkin and Feta Tart
This Keto Roast Pumpkin and Feta Tart would be a fantastic dish to serve a crowd. It is unusual enough to stand out, especially with the use of feta and the way the it looks on the plate. Yet, the recipe is surprisingly easy to prepare. It’s one that might find yourself making time and time again.
Another interesting part is that pumpkin is just one of the flavors in the recipe. It’s an important flavor, but there are others present as well. This makes a nice chance from recipes where pumpkin dominates all other flavors.
Low Carb Keto Pumpkin Pancakes
Pancakes are always a family favorite, so why not try something different like these Low Carb Keto Pumpkin Pancakes? I’m particularly fond of the way that these look like regular pancakes, but they still involve pumpkin and are suitable for keto dieters. What’s not to love? I imagine using these pancakes as a way to get into the fall spirit. Of course, you could have them any time of the year if you wanted to.
Low Carb Layered Pumpkin Dessert
Pumpkin recipes often follow fairly familiar patterns, but not this Low Carb Layered Pumpkin Dessert. The style is unusual and works very well. I love the inclusion of four distinct layers. Each layer will have its own texture and flavor, making the dessert a delight to eat.
Low Carb Pumpkin Bars with Cream Cheese Drizzle
I love the way that pumpkin lends itself to savory recipes and to sweet ones. These Low Carb Pumpkin Bars with Cream Cheese Drizzle fall into the sweet category, but they’re not excessively sweet either. Instead, you end up with pumpkin bars that are perfect as a snack or a treat after dinner.
Low Carb Pumpkin Cheesecake
If you’re fond of desserts, you’re going to love this Low Carb Pumpkin Cheesecake. The contrast of bright orange and chocolate makes the whole thing look stunning – and we haven’t even got to the good part yet. Not only is this recipe low-carb, but it’s also gluten-free and vegan-friendly. As a result, it would suit a wide group of people.
While the taste and texture won’t be exactly the same as a traditional cheesecake, you don’t have anything to worry about. You might even find that you like this style better.
Low Carb Pumpkin Cheesecake Bites
If you want something a little different, what about these Low Carb Pumpkin Cheesecake Bites? The style is similar to keto fat bombs, making these a source of healthy fats. The bites may also win over anyone who isn’t a pumpkin fan. Jennifer even mentions that she loves the recipe, but doesn’t like any of the more traditional pumpkin options, like pumpkin pie.
Low Carb Pumpkin Pie
This Low Carb Pumpkin Pie would be perfect for so many situations. It has a smooth and creamy texture, with that familiar pumpkin pie flavor. Many people wouldn’t even realize that it is a low-carb recipe. The recipe is also very flexible. You can choose which low-carb pie crust you use based on your own preferences. Most low-carb food blogs will have at least one such recipe, so you’re spoilt for choice.
Low-Carb Pumpkin Pie
This Low-Carb Pumpkin Pie is an interesting variation on a conventional pumpkin pie. The recipe consists of two main parts. The first is the crust, which is a small layer at the base of the pie. The other part is the filling, which you can even make (and eat) on its own. The pies are baked and only take roughly half an hour in the oven. The small serving size helps with portion control. The pies would also be a nice little treat to serve to guests.
Microwave Pumpkin Custard
Pumpkin-based desserts are often similar to one another. That makes this Microwave Pumpkin Custard a refreshing change. As Kristen explains, the custard tastes like the filling to a pumpkin pie. It is also low in calories, making it a good treat for anyone watching their wait. Because the recipe is made in the microwave, it is incredibly fast and easy. You’re looking at just 6 minutes from start to finish, which includes the prep time.
Low Carb Slow Cooker Pumpkin Custard
Here’s another custard recipe to try - Low Carb Slow Cooker Pumpkin Custard. It follows a different style than the previous example, but that’s not a bad thing. This time, the recipe is made in a slow cooker and it produces 6 servings. The custard seems like it would be ideal for serving as dessert. Any leftover would taste pretty good too.
No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake
If I had to pick one favorite thing about this No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake recipe, it would have to be how pretty the cheesecakes look in the little jars. To no-bake aspect is appealing too. There are some days where you don’t want to heat up the kitchen or where you simply can’t be bothered to cook. These little delights are the solution to both of those problems.
Mini Low-Carb Pumpkin 'Cheesecakes'
Low-carb cheesecakes come in many different styles. These Mini Low-Carb Pumpkin 'Cheesecakes' are another example. While they look more complicated than the previous recipe, that’s not really the case. Neither recipe requires baking and they both produce small cupcakes with a rich pumpkin flavor.
This recipe is the smaller one, just producing 6 cheesecakes, the size of the one in the image. That would be a perfect amount for small families. You could also double the recipe if you wanted more cupcakes.
These Pumpkin Brownies are low-carb, sugar-free and grain-free. But, don’t worry, they still taste amazing. Unlike many other low-carb brownie recipes, these ones don’t rely on dates for sweetness. As Katrin explains, these brownies are a very fudge-like texture. If you’re not a fan of that style, she includes instructions to make them a bit more cake-like.
Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars
Here’s another dessert recipe for you to try out Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars. The bars look exactly like the name suggests they should. I love the pumpkin puree in the filling. It makes the bars look so much more interesting. This recipe is particularly suitable for guests, as you make 20 servings. Don’t worry if that sounds like a lot – the cheesecake bars will be thoroughly enjoyed.
Pumpkin Crème Brûlée
This Pumpkin Crème Brûlée recipe looks like it should be incredibly unhealthy, but that isn’t the case at all. The crème brûlée is even suitable for many different diet types, including low carb, keto and gluten-free. Surprisingly, the recipe doesn’t use many unusual ingredients either. Most of them are ones that you will already have at hand.
Pumpkin Donuts with Brown Sugar Walnut Crumble
I adore the way these Pumpkin Donuts with Brown Sugar Walnut Crumble look. They’re just so much more interesting than regular donuts. That’s not even the best bit. As Liz explains, the donuts are low-carb and gluten-free, while also being rich in flavor and extremely appealing. You do need a donut pan to make them. But trust me, with all the fantastic donut recipes out there, you should have a donut pan anyway.
Pumpkin Dump Cake
This Pumpkin Dump Cake really is a recipe that you need to try for yourself. Taryn describes it as being somewhere between a crumb cake and a pumpkin pie, as the combination of flavors and textures is a little usual. Don’t worry – unusual is entirely a good thing in this case. It’s always good to find desserts that stand out. The recipe is also incredibly easy to make and there’s nothing to stress about at all.
Pumpkin Pie with Almond Flour Tart Crust
I’m a huge fan of how this Pumpkin Pie with Almond Flour Tart Crust looks, aren’t you? The recipe also has many advantages. For one thing, it’s low in carbs. It also has an appealing combination of ingredients. The end result is that the pie works well as comfort food and as a sweet treat, without being unhealthy. That sounds like a win-win to me. You’re also making a decent sized pie – perfect for parties or family gatherings.
Low Carb Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins
These Low Carb Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins are a perfect choice for anyone on a low carb diet. Not only do they have a rich pumpkin flavor, but they’re also low in carbs and are surprisingly filling. Hillary mentions that her husband and kids enjoyed the muffins too. This suggests that they’re kid-friendly, which is always a bonus. They should even be popular among people who aren’t following a low-carb diet.
Pumpkin Muffins with a Cream Cheese Swirl
These Pumpkin Muffins with a Cream Cheese Swirl are another choice for any muffin lovers. They’re even keto-friendly. I’m particularly impressed with the swirl pattern. It’s a simple technique, but it makes the muffins stand out. As Kasey mentions, keto muffins are never going to taste quite as good as the real thing, but these ones are close.
Roasted Pumpkin, Spinach and Feta Quiche
I love this Roasted Pumpkin, Spinach and Feta Quiche. Quiches are such a versatile dish. You can serve them as part of dinner or take a slice or two to work the next day. This particular quiche even freezes well, making it a good choice indeed. You can also control the thickness of the quiche by choosing the size of the dish that you use.