#TinyTipTues 28: Top 5 Pumpkin Recipes

This post may contain affiliate links. Read full disclosure here.

Welcome back everyone, and Happy November! We took a short break last week, partly because of the storm, and partly because I just felt like taking a week off ūüėČ but we’re back and ready to roll this week! I hope all of our friends in the northeast are holding up well, in the light of the storm damage – hugs and prayers are going out your way!

Top 5 Pumpkin Recipes

This week, I want to get November started off with my Top 5 picks of the best looking Pumpkin recipes floating around out there in blog-land. I’m a little obsessed with all things pumpkin, but I promised myself I would try to stay away from posting an actual pumpkin recipe. So I figured the best way to feed my pumpkin obsession is to share some of the yummy recipes I’ve found online in the past few weeks!

Pumpkin Not Chocolate ‚Äď Smooth & Creamy Hot Pumpkin Beverage
1. Pumpkin Not Chocolate ‚Äď Smooth & Creamy Hot Pumpkin Beverage by Authentic Simplicity

Umm, do I really need to say anything about this?! It’s a hot chocolate, but with pumpkin! This is sooo on my to-do list for this weekend. :) Pumpkin Not Chocolate by Authentic Simplicity


Grain-Free Pumpkin Pancakes with Cinnamon Honey Syrup
2. Grain-Free Pumpkin Pancakes with Cinnamon Honey Syrup by Real Food Enthusiast

You can’t go wrong with pumpkin pancakes, but these pancakes are different because they use coconut flour so they’re grain-free! And that syrup? Yeah, it uses only honey as the sweetener – so, absolutely NO processed sugar! I think I’m in love… Grain-Free Pumpkin Pancakes by Real Food Enthusiast


Pumpkin Pie French Toast
3. Pumpkin Pie French Toast by $5 Dinners

Never heard of this before, but why not?? French toast is awesome as it is, and adding pumpkin to the equation sounds just lovely! Pumpkin Pie French Toast by $5 Dinners


Pumpkin Risotto
4. Pumpkin Risotto by This Chick Cooks

Mmm, I loooove risotto! And to be honest, I’m not sure how this will actually taste, but if I love both risotto and pumpkin, how bad can it really be, right? Pumpkin Risotto by This Chick Cooks


Pumpkin Waffle Cookies
5. Pumpkin Waffle Cookies by BellaOnline

Ever since I posted about making waffle iron hash browns, I’ve been infatuated with all the different things you can make in your waffle iron – but this…THIS takes the cake! Or the cookie… :) Pumpkin Waffle Cookies by BellaOnline

It’s Tiny Tip Tuesday!

Now for the blog hop! If you missed last week’s party, head on over to check out some of those awesome tips!

Our link party is now going up on Monday nights by 9pm. Also, the links will be randomized in the list, to give everyone a better chance of getting their tips viewed and clicked on. :)

Here are this week’s featured links:

The #1 Link:

Hang It Backwards
Hang It Backwards by Family Home and Life

Connie from Family Home and Life¬†shared this¬†brilliant tip¬†for organizing your closet and clearing out the clothes that you haven’t worn at the end of the year. Seriously, if you haven’t touched it in a whole year, it’s definitely time to find that piece of clothing a new home – either hand it down to someone else, repurpose it for a different use, or donate it to your local thrift store!

My Favorite Link:

6 Magical Home Remedies For Fighting Cold & Flu
6 Magical Home Remedies For Fighting Cold & Flu by Revitalise Your Health

Daisy from Revitalise Your Health shared this very helpful list of some wonderful homemade cold and flu remedies. I actually tried one of them this past weekend and knocked out (almost completely) a scratchy throat with a minor cough! You may see a blog post on that coming soon. :)

Congratulations and thanks for sharing your tips! Feel free to grab the featured button below!¬†Your posts will also be added to my ‚ÄúFeatured on Tiny Tip Tuesday!‚ÄĚ board on Pinterest, as well as shared on¬†Facebook¬†and¬†Twitter. Your blog button will also be featured on my sidebar for the rest of the week. Thanks again for linking up with us!

Tiny Tip Tuesday @ Nature's Nurture

<a target=”_blank” href=”http://naturesnurtureblog.com/category/tiny-tip-tuesday/”><img src=”http://naturesnurtureblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/tiny-tip-tuesdays-featured-150.jpg”/><a/>

Alright, now what are YOUR tips for this week?

  • You may share new links about anything¬†natural, frugal, sustainable, or homemade. Things like kitchen tips, recipes, gardening tips, green cleaners, homemade beauty products, DIY projects, giveaways, etc.
  • Use the permalink to the actual post (NOT your homepage!)
  • In the ‚ÄúName‚ÄĚ field below, enter the¬†name of your post¬†(NOT your name!)
  • Make sure to visit a couple of the other links, and¬†show them some comment love! We all love comments :)
  • Please include a link back to Nature‚Äôs Nurture –¬†in your post, in your sidebar, or even a separate link parties page; either a text link or include the button below.
    (NOTE: This is common courtesy and helps our party grow. If you don’t do this, unfortunately, your link/blog cannot be featured, even if it was the #1 link that week!)

    Tiny Tip Tuesday @ Nature's Nurture

    <a target=”_blank” href=”http://naturesnurtureblog.com/category/tiny-tip-tuesday/”><img src=”http://naturesnurtureblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/tiny-tip-tuesdays-button.jpg”/><a/>

The following two tabs change content below.
Sarah UmmYusuf is a former school teacher turned stay-at-home wife and mama with a passion for all things simple, natural, and homemade. She loves the natural world, and believes the solutions to many of the world’s ailments lie in nature. Her blog, , began as a way to document her family’s journey to a greener home, but has since become a thriving community and resource for those wishing to take small steps towards a more eco-friendly, natural and sustainable lifestyle. Follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest.

Latest posts by Sarah (see all)


  1. says

    Thanks for hosting! I have shared my homemade rosemary and garlic challa croutons post. Croutons are such a great way to use up leftover bread and these ones are just delicious! Have a great week!

  2. says

    Hi Sarah! Thanks for hosting. I am in the Christmas shopping mode here, so am sharing some frugal money saving tips today. So many people are on tight budgets this year I know. Pumpkin recipes = Yum! Will have to try a few :)


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *