Pumpkin-fy your life

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James Dawson | Student Media

Alexandra McCray

If this falls pumpkin craze hasn’t already invaded every aspect of your life, here are some recipes to pumpkin-fy every meal of the day.
 
Breakfast
Take your breakfast to the next level with a complete pumpkin by adding this pumpkin pie French toast. Dessert for breakfast? Yes, please. Plus it’ll taste delicious with that pumpkin spice latte you were planning on getting.
[accordion title=”Pumpkin Pie French Toast” close=”0″]- 3 pieces of bread
– 1 egg
– ¼ cup milk
– ¼ canned pumpkin
– 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
– butter or syrup
1. Put out bread to be dipped
2. In a bowl mix together eggs, milk, pumpkin, and pie spice
3. Dip each side of bread in mixture
4. Cook each side of the bread in a hot and already greased skillet until brown
5. Once all bread is cooked add syrup/butter and you’re done
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Lunch
This light Pumpkin-Nutella dip only requires three ingredients and will make a perfect healthy and indulgent side to your lunch this fall.
[accordion title=”Pumpkin-Nutella Dip” close=”0″]- ½ cup Nutella that has been slightly softened in the microwave
– ½ cup of 100 percent pure pumpkin puree
– 1 8oz container of non fat vanilla Greek yogurt
1. Mix together the Nutella and Pumpkin
2. Combine mixture with Greek yogurt
3. Serve with graham crackers or anything else your heart desires
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Dinner
When it finally does cool down in Statesboro you can break out this pumpkin soup recipe to keep you warm and cozy.
[accordion title=”Pumpkin Soup” close=”0″]- ½ stick of butter
– ¼ cup of diced onion
– 2 tablespoons of flour
– 1 can of chicken broth
– 1 can of 100 percent pumpkin puree
– ½ cup of applesauce
– ½ cup evaporated milk
1. Heat butter and onion in a medium skillet until soft
2. Add flour, broth, and pumpkin stirring until blended
3. Add applesauce and heat until boiling
4. Reduce heat to low and let simmer for 20 minutes
5. Add Evaporated milk and let simmer for an additional 10 minutes, stir occasionally
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Dessert
Four words. Three ingredients. Make them and anyone will be yours.
[accordion title=”Pumpkin Soup” close=”0″]- ½ stick of butter
– ¼ cup of diced onion
– 2 tablespoons of flour
– 1 can of chicken broth
– 1 can of 100 percent pumpkin puree
– ½ cup of applesauce
– ½ cup evaporated milk
1. Heat butter and onion in a medium skillet until soft
2. Add flour, broth, and pumpkin stirring until blended
3. Add applesauce and heat until boiling
4. Reduce heat to low and let simmer for 20 minutes
5. Add Evaporated milk and let simmer for an additional 10 minutes, stir occasionally
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James Dawson | Student Media
James Dawson | Student Media