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Visit To The Pumpkin Farm And Some Recipes To Try

Visit To The Pumpkin Farm And Some Recipe To Try

Visit To The Pumpkin Farm And Some Recipes To Try. Good evening, it’s Fri-Yay!! Happy Halloween Eve.

Visit To The Pumpkin Farm And Some Recipes To Try:

Happy Friday, friends. Today I am sharing a photo from last week when we took a visit to a Pumpkin Farm.

My kids used to love Halloween when they were younger. They used to love going trick or treating and I used to love seeing all the houses dressed up for Halloween with them. So much fun.

I am sure it will not be the same for the children this year but I bet a lot more families will be having a little Halloween dress-up fun at home.

Visit To The Pumpkin Farm And Some Recipe To Try
Visit To The Pumpkin Farm And Some Recipe To Try
Visit To The Pumpkin Farm And Some Recipe To Try

Visit To The Pumpkin Farm And Some Recipes To Try:

My daughter visited this Pumpkin farm last year with my son’s girlfriend and I’ve been waiting to go all year!

It is a shame we went when it was raining as they got some amazing photos last year but happy to have eventually got there!!

Visit To The Pumpkin Farm And Some Recipe To Try
Visit To The Pumpkin Farm And Some Recipe To Try


Also in other news my son is home from the hospital and learning to live his new lifestyle changes.

So much to learn about living with Diabetes, type 1. Life really isn’t fair sometimes.

Thankfully we found out in time as a few more days could have been another story. Such an emotional few weeks. I am worn out.

Visit To The Pumpkin Farm And Some Recipe To Try
Visit To The Pumpkin Farm And Some Recipe To Try

Visit To The Pumpkin Farm And Some Recipes To Try:

We have 3 big Pumpkins which we brought from the farm to cut up and make some yummy food with and also carve the biggest one up tomorrow.

What to make? We still have not decided.

If you’re struggling for ideas too I have 9 Pumpkin recipe ideas on the blog today too.

Have you been to a Pumpkin Farm before?

1.) Ginger Pumpkin Pie: Great Recipe For Autumn And Halloween:

Firstly, we couldn’t resist adding just one sweet recipe, but we think you’ll be pleased we did! Don’t worry too much about getting rid of all those seeds.

Once cooked the roasted pumpkin is pushed through a sieve, to make a silky smooth, spiced filling.

You could also use butternut squash and enjoy ‘pumpkin’ pie all year round. Ginger Pumpkin Pie: Great Recipe For Autumn And Halloween.

2.) Baked Pumpkin and Watercress Fondue:

Secondly, Autumn comfort foods with Watercress.

We may have said goodbye to summer, packed away our shorts, and come to realise that winter is just around the corner, but there’s no reason to feel gloomy about what’s on the menu at this time of year. Baked Pumpkin and Watercress Fondue.

3.) How To Make Vampire’s Pumpkin Muffins:

Thirdly, today I have a fun Halloween recipe to share with you: Vampire’s Pumpkin Muffins. How spooktacular?

These yummy savoury muffins are the perfect bite for Halloween! How To Make Vampire’s Pumpkin Muffins.

4.) Pumpkin Chili Con Carne with Mini Jacket Potatoes and Watercress Crème Fraîche:

Fourthly, how tasty!?

A classic dish, ideal for sharing around the fire while watching the Guy burn and the fireworks explode overhead – even better, the pumpkin bowl cuts down on the washing up! Pumpkin Chili Con Carne with Mini Jacket Potatoes and Watercress Crème Fraîche.

5.) Pumpkin Chips And Salsa: Autumn Favourites:

Fifthly, hello friends. Fancy making some Pumpkin Chips And Salsa anyone?

How fun are these? Perfect for Halloween. Serves 4 Ready in 35 mins Pumpkin Chips And Salsa: Autumn Favourites.

6.) Welsh Lamb And Pumpkin Pie Recipe: Autumn Staple:

We love making pies in colder weather and today I have a tasty Welsh Lamb and Pumpkin Pie recipe to share with you. Welsh Lamb And Pumpkin Pie Recipe: Autumn Staple.

7.) Pumpkin Risotto With Watercress Pesto(v):

Make the Most of Autumn’s Rich Harvest with Watercress.

With the arrival of Autumn comes to nature’s rich harvest – fabulous root veg, fruit, nuts and seeds – all begging to be united in mouth-watering combinations, some warming and filling, some simple and light, but all delicious. Pumpkin Risotto With Watercress Pesto(v).

8.) Indian Spiced Radishes And Pumpkin:

Don’t waste any of the pumpkin brains scooped out of your jack-o’-lanterns! Make this terrifyingly tasty vegan Halloween supper. Indian Spiced Radishes And Pumpkin.

9.) Pumpkin Streusel Muffins:

Last but not least, the cake!! Do you fancy a Pumpkin Streusel Muffin anyone?

With Halloween just around the corner, they make a perfect treat. Pumpkin Streusel Muffin.


Visit To The Pumpkin Farm And Some Recipes To Try:

Tomorrow night I will be at work but what are your plans for Halloween?

Also What I Wore: Wellies: Hunters | Jeans: Primark | Coat: The North Face

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  1. Joanne says:

    I didn’t know your son was diagnosed with diabetes. I bet that has been quite an adjustment. Looks like you had a nice time at the pumpkin farm despite the rain. I have a pumpkin chili going in the crock pot right now (though I used canned pumpkin not fresh).

  2. Looks like a wonderful time. Nice pics.

  3. Mica says:

    That looks like fun! We don’t have pumpkin farms or even really do any Halloween things here in Australia but it’s nice to see what other people do 🙂

    Hope that your week is off to a good start 🙂

  4. Maureen says:

    I am so glad to hear that your son is doing better and at home. That must have been a scare for sure. Isn’t the pumpkin patch a lot of fun?! They are the best time especially for fun photo ops and apple cider yummies! Love your red Hunter boots – so bold and vibrant!

    Maureen | http://www.littlemisscasual.com

  5. I love to look at pumpkins but get tired of pumpkin-flavored everything by the time this season passes! Some of your recipes look good, though!
    Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/11/night-visitors.html

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