It’s the season of fall, which means it’s the season of all things pumpkins. Pumpkins are healthy, as are the different food products that they produce (excluding pumpkin spiced lattes). In fact, one pumpkin-based food that is becoming more popular amongst health enthusiasts beyond autumn is pumpkin seed oil. You
Fall is officially here, which means that it’s pumpkin season. From pumpkin pies to pumpkin bread to pumpkin spiced lattes – this fruit is sure to be found everywhere. Nielsen found that in 2018, the sales of pumpkins hit an all-time high, rising up nearly 10% in dollar growth and
Power protein pumpkin pancakes for breakfast, anybody? Nothing is more rewarding than tucking into a nutrient-packed and tasty pancake treat. Now that fall is here – we need to keep our bodies warm and satisfied – without sacrificing our fitness and health goals. Sometimes the chill outside can make us
Pumpkins are one of the most widely grown vegetables. It is highly rich in vitamins and vital antioxidants. Though the pumpkin has very low amounts of calories, it is very rich in Vitamin-A and has flavonoid polyphenolic antioxidants such as xanthin, lutein and it also contains a high level of
Creamiest vegan pasta dish in the world! Who isn’t obsessed with all the innovative ways of cooking these days? I know that I am guilty of being glued to my Instagram. But, guess what? This one-pot is pretty guilt-free and super healthy too! This recipe is made with roasted mushrooms, garlic,
Halloween roasted pumpkin soup sounds like the kind of treat that would tickle my fancy. With all the festivities surrounding the build-up toward Halloween. We’re carving out pumpkins and even pineapples (all the tropical folks) to get into the fun (or scary) spirit of things. Stop the candy-hangover with this tasty soup.
This pumpkin recipe contains lots of healthy fibre and good carbohydrates for low GI energy, along with various flavorful spices for sweet and savory taste. It makes a great side dish to a big family meal! Ingredients for the pumpkin: 800g pumpkin, peeled and diced into small cubes 2 tbsp