13 Delicious Pumpkin Recipes
Here's how to cook pumpkin in soups, dips, breads, and dessertsit's not all about pumpkin pie!
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It's a shame that pumpkin is only popular for two months out of the year.
This low-calorie squash is rich in potassium and loaded with beta-carotene (a powerful antioxidant), and its natural sweetness brings flavor to baked goods without any added guilt.
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