20 Delicious Dishes Prepared In A Whole Pumpkin

This is the season of pumpkins and we need to use them to their full extend, and not just as a healthy and sweet ingredient in our meals. We can also use them as cooking or serving bowls. Take a look at these mouthwatering recipes where you use the whole delicious pumpkin.

Roasted Stuffed Pumpkin

roasted stuffed pumpkin

Recipe via superhealthykids.com

Pumpkin Tea Set


Recipe via thirstyfortea.com

Shrimps In Pumpkin


Recipe via tasteofbeirut.com

Fall Stew Baked In Whole Pumpkin

Fall Stew Baked in a Whole Pumpkin

Recipe via kitchenparade.com

Hidatsa Stuffed Sugar Pumpkin

native pumpkin

Recipe via fakefoodfree.com

Baked Pumpkins With Spinach, Mushrooms And Cheese

baked pumpkins with spinach

Recipe via ohmyveggies.com

Baked Pumpkin Cream Cheese


Recipe via applepiepatispate.com

Stuffed Pumpkin With Cream, Bread And Bacon

bread cream bacon

Recipe via jjbegonia.com

Stuffed Pumpkin With Beef And Pork

beef pork

Recipe via whateversleft.org

Pumpkin With Italian Sausage And Macaroni

italian sausage and macaroni

Recipe via savorysimple.net

Pumpkin Punch


Recipe via sparqvault.com

Frozen Pumpkin Banana Flex bowl

Frozen Pumpkin Banana Flex Bowl

Recipe via kiasfitfare.com

Pumpkin Chili


Recipe via oliviascuisine.com

Pumpkin Bowls With Wild Rice

wild rice

Recipe via kosher.com

Pumpkin Pie Protein Bowl

pumpkin pir protein bowl

Recipe via sprint2thetable.com

Butternut Squash And Black Bean Chili

Butternut Squash and Black Bean Chili in Pumpkin Bowls

Recipe via ohsheglows.com

Pear And Goat Cheese Stuffed Pumpkins

Pear and Goat Cheese Stuffed Pumpkins

Recipe via innerharmonynutrition.com

Harvest Lime and Cashew Cream Chili

Harvest Chili + Lime-Chili Cashew Cream

Recipe via dishingupthedirt.com

Pumpkin Oatmeal

Pumpkin Oatmeal

Recipe via awakeatthewhisk.com

Pumpkin Squash Soup With Sage

Pumpkin Squash Soup with Sage

Recipe via homesweetjones.com

Pumpkins are tasty and very nutritional, especially for kids. They are an anti-oxidant, rich in carotene, vitamin A, minerals and are a great source of fiber. But, unless you make a pumpkin pie, your youngest family members might not appreciate it as an ingredient in your more savory dishes. But, if you use the pumpkin as a cooking pot, you’ll get all the nutritional values from the pumpkin with an even greater taste and aroma, and the unusual and fun appearance of the meal just might make your kids curious enough to have a bite. You can make soups, stews, chillies and even drinks and desserts in pumpkins and the best part, no dirty dishes afterwards. Try out our pumpkin bowl recipes and enjoy.

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