Pumpkin desserts are especially popular for the fall season, but you can also enjoy them year-round. You can use freshly pureed or canned pumpkin in many baked dishes.
From classic Thanksgiving pumpkin pie, to pumpkin cobbler, and pumpkin brownies, there are a lot of treats to enjoy. We’ve collected 17 of the Best Pumpkin Desserts for you to try.
Pumpkin Pull-Apart Pie
It’s hard to believe but this gorgeous dessert has just two ingredients! With a can of pumpkin pie filling and 2 packages of refrigerated pie dough, you’ll have everything you need. Get ready to impress your guests!
Pumpkin White Chocolate Snickerdoodles
Looking for something different to make? These soft and chewy cookies are made with canned pumpkin, warm spices, and white chocolate chips! Pack them in your kids’ lunches for a surprise they’ll love!
Halloween Pumpkin Cookies
These cute cookies would be a welcome treat at a Halloween party. They’re made with store-bought pie crusts and take just 40 minutes to make. Get your kids involved in this easy recipe!
Perfect Pumpkin Pie
This classic holiday dessert couldn’t be easier to make. It’s full of warm spices and isn’t too sweet. Save time by using a store-bought pie crust, and remember to serve it with a dollop of whipped cream!
If you’re a fan of fruit cobblers, give this sweet dessert a try! It’s easy to make and would be wonderful served with a side of creamy vanilla ice-cream.
This is the perfect dessert to serve at your next get-together. The filling is rich and creamy, and the crust is filled with pumpkin spice flavor. Serve it with whipped cream and a drizzle of caramel sauce.
Easy Pumpkin Pudding
Perfect for an autumn get-together, this creamy pudding is ready to serve in just 10 minutes! Top it with whipped cream and a dusting of pumpkin pie spice.
With just 4 ingredients, you can make this dreamy pumpkin mousse. It can be prepared up to 2 days ahead of time, and would be ideal served at your next dinner-party.
Pumpkin Dump Cake
This moist and delicious cake takes just 5 minutes of prep time and 50 minutes to bake. Grab a box of cake mix, a can of pumpkin, and a handful of ingredients you probably have on hand, and you’re good to go! Serve it with a hot cup of coffee or tea.
These brownies are rich, moist, and chocolatey! The pumpkin replaces the oil used in a lot of brownie recipes and is very mild in flavor. Serve these treats with whipped cream or ice-cream, and a drizzle of chocolate sauce!
This is your favorite childhood pastry, only better! Filled with sweetened pumpkin puree and topped with cinnamon-flavored icing, these hand-held pastries are absolutely delicious!
Pumpkin Creme Brulee
Creamy, smooth, with a crispy layer of caramel topping. Best of all, it has pumpkin flavor! Perfect for Thanksgiving or any fall parties. If you like the classic creme brulee, you’ll love this pumpkin flavored treat!
Simple Pumpkin Waffles
These waffles are so soft, fluffy, with delicious pumpkin flavors. The pumpkin spice takes these waffles to a new level, perfect for the fall weather and your family will love it for Thanksgiving breakfast.
This easy pumpkin cornbread is lightly sweetened and would be perfect as a side to crispy fried chicken. It’s easy to make and is ready to enjoy in just 45 minutes!
These pumpkin spice flavored scones are sweet, flakey, and full of fall flavors. Pair them with compote, butter, and green tea for a perfect weekend party!
Peanut Butter Pumpkin Fudge
The combination of peanut butter and pumpkin flavor may seem strange but they are so mouthwatering delicious. It’s really easy to make with a few simple ingredients required. Try it out and it will soon become your new favorite!
Pumpkin Gingersnap Cookies
These cookies are rich, soft with fragrant pumpkin flavors. Serve it with milk or green tea for a perfect afternoon tea party. You can also make a big batch and they are a perfect gift during the holiday season.
Easy Pumpkin Pull-Apart Pie Dessert Recipe
- 2 packages refrigerated pie dough I used Pillsbury
- 1 cup pumpkin pie filling
- Preheat oven to 400°F. Line a round 8-9 inch cake pan with parchment paper.
- On a work surface, spread out the pie dough.
- Using a 2-inch round cookie cutter (or similarly sized water glass), cut as many circles as possible from the dough.
- Using scissors, snip halfway through each circle to the center.
- Spread about a half teaspoon of pumpkin pie filling onto each circle. Curl the circle into a rose petal cone shape. Repeat for remaining circles.
- Arrange the pieces sticking up in a circular pattern in the prepared pan.
- Brush with optional beaten egg, and then bake for 12-15 minutes until the edges turn golden.
- Serve in the pan, or use a spatula to get beneath the parchment and lift the pie up onto a serving plate.
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