Latest Recipes

Latest Recipes

Pumpkin Chocolate Tart

This delectable tart is gluten-free, made with King Arthur Flour's gluten-free flour blend.  The chocolate crust gives a new spin to pumpkin pie!

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Pumpkin Cream Cheese Pound Cake

Since the pumpkin in this pound cake isn't a particularly strong flavor, give this cake a try with a dollop of Maple Pumpkin Butter on top to give an extra pumpkin boost.

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Turkey Vatapa

Enjoy this Brazilian-inspired dish as soup or stew, served with rice. If you want to try a different protein, shrimp and chicken are used in the classic versions.

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Serve this soup with rustic bread as a delicious prelude to any fall meal, particularly turkey or earthy grain based dishes, such as wheat berry or kamut salads.

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Slice the pumpkins into wedges or halves to serve and enjoy a scoop of pumpkin with each bite of stuffing. This dish makes an impressive vegetarian entrée or a hearty side dish when served in smaller portions. Change the stuffing to suit your tastes: try adding kale, spinach or sautéed mushrooms, or use shallots instead of onion, or cream instead of broth.

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Perfect for a casual gathering, this cake is extra-special when glazed. A wonderful way to use some of those heirloom apples you've been discovering (or rediscovering) this season!

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Allison, our Director of Member Services, gave this recipe a try and loved it! She recommends using Vermont Creamery mascarpone.

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Sweet Potato Pie (photo credit: Sarah Bhimani)

This is a great alternative to pumpkin pie!  It can easily be made gluten free and dairy free by making a gluten free pie crust and substituting dairy alternatives for the butter and milk.

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Carrot Ginger Dal

We love dal already, but the added sweetness from carrots and zing from ginger make us extra excited for autumnal meals. We recommend sprinkling a few pumpkin seeds over each bowl before serving.

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Potato Gnocchi

Instructor Antonino DiRuocco showed us his traditional technique for making homemade gnocchi at the EATxNE Festival. He recommends serving these magical little potato wonders with a marinara or pesto sauce.

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