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Hypoallergenic Pumpkin Recipes for the Fall

Fall is a time for cozy sweaters, oversized blankets, campfires, cooler temperatures, apple picking, hay rides, and Pumpkin patches. In addition to the Fall aesthetics, many are looking for Pumpkin-spiced treats that perfectly capture the taste and smell of the new season. Therefore, Hypoallergenic Pumpkin Recipes for the Fall will tantalize your taste buds and satisfy everyone.

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Pumpkin Monster Cookies

The Cookie Monster won’t know what to do when he gets ahold of these Pumpkin Monster Cookies! These protein-packed cookies are made using Sourdough Discard, Pumpkin puree, sprouted oats, and Maple syrup as a natural sweetener. Furthermore, Pumpkin spice fills each piece of the cookie with the taste of Fall. Finally, serve these as an afterschool snack or pack them in your child’s lunchbox for a delicious and (decently) nutritious treat.

Pumpkin Sourdough Brioche

Love Pumpkin? Incorporate the puree into Sourdough bread to craft a beautiful and tasty Pumpkin Sourdough Brioche. In other words, this is the ultimate bread to kick off Pumpkin season (aka the Fall).

Pumpkin Brioche Pull Apart

Homegrown Sourdough Starter is incorporated with Pumpkin puree, carbonated water (which takes the place of eggs), butter, and a touch of sugar for a savory and sweet finish. Finally, if you are looking for a show-stopping Autumn-inspired Sourdough bread, save this recipe.

Pumpkin Donut Muffins

Have you ever tried to make a donut, but it turned out to be a muffin? Don’t worry! These Pumpkin Donut Muffins were made to do just that! Furthermore, the invention of these donut muffins is tender, full of Pumpkin spice, and a unique twist on a sweet donut and savory muffin.

Finally, these delicious, festive, and Autumn-spiced Pumpkin Donut Muffins support the hypoallergenic lifestyle because they are bound with unsweetened applesauce and Sourdough Starter. In conclusion, don’t let your food allergies keep you from enjoying these treats.

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Sourdough Muffins

Are you living a Paleo-friendly lifestyle and still want to enjoy the warm spices of the Fall? Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Sourdough Muffins are the ticket to all of your senses and support a Paleo and hypoallergenic lifestyle. Simply mix Almond flour with Sourdough Starter, Maple syrup, an egg substitute, Pumpkin puree, and a few other ingredients, and let the Fall leaves sweep you off your feet.

Sourdough Pumpkin Bundt Cake

Who loves a Bundt Cake? If your mouth started to water, then save this Autumn-inspired Bundt Cake. Sourdough Pumpkin Bundt Cake combines all the flavors and spices of the Fall with a hypoallergenic twist. In other words, instead of using eggs to combine the cake ingredients, unsweetened applesauce is combined with Pumpkin puree to make a thick binder with a similar egg-like consistency.

Sourdough Pumpkin Bundt Cake

Furthermore, Sourdough Starter, Pumpkin spice, coconut sugar, and dairy-free milk create a tender, moist, and irresistible cake that’s delicious for breakfast, an afternoon snack, or dessert. Finally, for those who face food allergies, this Sourdough Pumpkin Bundt Cake is just the treat for you!

Pumpkin Sourdough Bread

What’s more festive than bread designed like a Pumpkin? Pumpkin Sourdough Bread is warmly spiced with a tender interior and crusty exterior. With a combination of two types of flour, Pumpkin puree, Sourdough Starter, and Pumpkin spice, this hypoallergenic bread is everyone’s dream for the Fall.

Pumpkin Sourdough Loaf Cooling

The Bottom Line

This Fall, don’t let your food allergies dampen your love for all things Pumpkin. With these Autumn-spiced hypoallergenic treats, you can enjoy the five senses during one of the most festive seasons. From Pumpkin Monster Cookies to Pumpkin Sourdough Brioche, these recipes will suit dietary restrictions and unique taste buds.

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