Pumpkin is good for your heart, eyesight, immune system and more. Learn six ways – plus some favorite Cleveland Clinic recipes – to add more pumpkin to your diet.
This recipe is perfect to make for a Meatless Monday dinner. The lentils provide slow-digesting carbohydrates, protein and fiber, so this soup will keep you satisfied for hours.
Switch up how you make your ravioli. This contains a mix of mushrooms and pumpkin mousse for a great filling.
Looking for a special, but healthy, treat to bake? Try our pumpkin spice muffins.
If you love the taste of pumpkin pie, but want to avoid the calories and fat, this dessert is for you.
Warm up with this nutrient-dense soup, loaded with essential vitamins and minerals. Smoked paprika gives this dish a kick, though standard paprika tastes great too.
Your entire family will love these easy, tasty and moist muffins from our wellness team. Featuring chia seeds, whole-wheat flour, pumpkin and apples, they’re a breakfast you can feel good about!
Picked up a few extra cans of pumpkin at the grocery store? Try these Pumpkin Spice Cookies from our Functional Medicine Director Mark Hyman, MD. Using almond and oat flours, they’re slightly spiced and definitely nice.
This pumpkin bar recipe from our dietitians is a real treat — filled with moist dates and crunchy walnuts, almonds and peanuts. It’s sweet, but only filled with nutrient-rich ingredients to give you lasting energy.
Garnish this sweet and creamy mousse with toasted nuts or chocolate, and your guests will forget all about pumpkin pie. Prepare this up to three days in advance — it tastes even better the next day!