This paleo salted pumpkin caramel sauce is made with a few clean and simple ingredients like coconut milk, coconut sugar, real pumpkin, pumpkin spice, sea salt and vanilla extract. Easy to make and a healthy seasonal treat that you are going to LOVE dipping your spoon into!
YOU GUYS! I’ve got another easy and clean pumpkin recipe for you today and I’m so excited for you to get your hands on it.
This easy pumpkin pie chia pudding is paleo, vegan, and keto/low carb friendly! Made with creamy coconut milk, real pumpkin, and just the right amount of pumpkin pie spice for a healthy and easy pumpkin inspired autumn breakfast!
This one’s for all my people out there who are on that pumpkin pie train but also love a super healthy and easy breakfast. Something that fills you up and gives you the energy you need to tackle the first 4 hours of your day, while also being insanely delicious.
The type of breakfast that you go to bed looking forward to 🙌🏼
And all it takes is 15 minutes of prep – 10 of which are completely hands off, so really more like 5. YES YES YES.
It’s oh-so-yummy, perfectly sweet, creamy, indulgent, and completely wholesome all at the same time. Which makes it as acceptable for breakfast as it is for a snack or dessert <– been there and will 100% do it again.
Ahhh I’VE MISSED YOU! How did we go from rocking it out with easy dairy free cauliflower mac and cheese last week to not talking until now?! It’s my bad, I know. Somewhere in between travel and catching the worst head cold I’ve had in forever I just sort of lost some traction.
It happens, sometimes.
The season change struggle is real.
But it’s nothing we can’t fix with some creamy pumpkin turkey chili. Don’t ya think?
I’ve been thinking about making this soup for a very long time. Dreaming of it’s creamy, cozy pumpkin perfection. And last week, mid-cold, post vacation vibes, it was time to bring it to our dinner table.
And it it was literally perfect.
Like a so-totally-november-I-can’t-believe-it’s-already-snowing-luscious gift to ourselves. Because we all know the power of coming home to a delicious bowl of soup when the temperature starts to drop and changing leaves turn into falling flakes. I know Seattle might be a little ahead of other parts of the country on this one but I know you still feel me.
Soup = the best part about cold weather. Especially when it involves pumpkin.