This ravioli recipe combines comfort food with yummy pumpkin flavors. And although pumpkin is typically a fall vegetable, this recipe calls for canned pumpkin—meaning you can make it year-round whenever the craving strikes. We also love that this dish uses wonton wrappers instead of regular ravioli shells in order to cut down on prep time. The result? You can enjoy this decadent-tasting pasta meal (that’s still relatively low in calories!) in less time.

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To make the pumpkin ravioli, mix together canned pumpkin, Parmesan cheese, salt, and pepper to create a creamy filling. Next, spoon the filling into the center of each wonton wrapper before carefully folding each into a triangle and dropping them into boiling water. When they start to float to the top, you’ll know they’re nearly done. After you drain the cooked ravioli, heat them in a saucepan with broth and butter. To finish off your masterpiece, sprinkle with fresh parsley. This simple take on pasta will be your new go-to whenever you’re in the mood for a quick Italian-inspired meal.