I know. I had you at "hello." Err -- I mean "link up." Got a Pumpkin recipe? Good. It's time for show and tell, my friends!
Today, instead of force feeding my family and coworkers more any more pumpkin (I suspect they'll be turning orange soon...), I've decided to hand it over to you. Submit your pumpkin related recipe to be chosen to be part of (and have your own page in) a cook book! If you've got a website, link up below. Otherwise, shoot me your recipe and a photo or two here.
If you've been MIA for the past few weeks, you missed some pumpkin madness. We've been on The Kitchn, Aaplemint, The Daily Meal, The Frugal Girls, and Philadelphia Magazine. So here's my proposition to you: let's bundle up, put our walking boots on, and go for a stroll down memory lane...
Without further ado, all together now! Seriously. Pretend you're Christmas caroling! "On the first day of Pumpkins, my true love gave to me..." [and so on and so forth]
[Click on each dish for the recipe and more photos!]
And so, my friends, lettuce continue with the pumpkin madness for just one more day... because no one who was truly mad ever wanted to be sane, did they? Here are a few of my favorites so far. Can't wait for you to blow my mind some more.
We've got low fat pumpkin muffins comin' in from Christi over at Love From The Oven (does that picture below make you salivate or what?!).
Tina from Mommy's Kitchen has 'whipped' up some Dulce de Leche Pumpkin Cheesecake (which looks like I ordered it off of a menu at the kind of dinner I still need my parents to pay for...).
Seriously easy 2-ingredient muffins come over from Zoe at Scout's Stitches (how can you not love a recipe that only requires two things?!).
'Sweet Pea' from Newlyweds-Blog is pretty much blowing my mind by coming up with Pumpkin Enchiladas. Darn. Why didn't I think of that?! So creative!
Why should you link up?
Wait, you mean making me happy isn't enough for you? Darn. Well, fine. How about having your own page in a cook book? What about if, say, on that page, you get to put your website name and URL? And what about if that cook book started from a series enjoyed by and linked to by websites like The Kitchn, Aaplemint, The Daily Meal, The Frugal Girls, and Philadelphia Magazine?
How do you get in the cookbook?
Send me an email here or add your link below (you do NOT have to be a blogger or have a website to participate).
**If you are adding a link, please include the following code in your pumpkin-related post (it will show a button for this pumpkin project). If this button is not on your recipe page, your link might be deleted.<a href="http://www.createliveblog.com/search/label/pumpkin"> <img src="http://img851.imageshack.us/img851/6522/pumpkins12.png"> </a>