Farm Fresh Recipes
It likely goes without saying that Autumn is one of our favourite times of the year. One of the best parts? Getting busy in the kitchen. Pumpkin and squash are so versatile and make wonderful additions to any meal. Find inspiration for your next meal - utilizing Morrison Pumpkin Farm produce - by perusing the collection of our favourite Fall recipes below.
A seasonal favourite. We love this version for its creamy texture and, well, bacon.
4 cheese béchamel sauce, basil pesto, and fresh herbs all baked together to creamy perfection. And it's healthy-ish too!
5 ingredients, 15 minutes, and you've got yourself some hot, crispy delicious fritters. A great way to sneak squash onto plates of veggie-averse eaters.
Stuffed with Italian sausage, apples, and topped with crunchy parmesan panko, this recipe will be on repeat all fall long.
A delightful and non-traditional side dish full of Fall flavours including feta cheese, pecans and chives.
With this recipe, you'll never have to buy canned pumpkin again! Freeze in 2 or 4 cup portions and you'll be set until next season.
Full of healthy and fresh ingredients, this cozy and delicious soup is the perfect way to warm up this Fall season.
Rich and comforting, this dish makes the perfect healthy substitute to the real thing. Who needs pasta?
This soup is dairy-free, paleo, Whole30, and can easily be made vegan, but most importantly, it's easy and delicious. Sign us up!
Spaghetti squash is a fun, versatile, and often underrated vegetable. Here are the basics to roasting it.
Keto fans, this low carb squash is packed with Vitamin A and C and will be the perfect replacement to potatoes this Thanksgiving.
Sweet, savoury, and full of the Fall flavours we all know and love. This quick and easy side dish will be a great addition to your dinner table.
Sweet and tender, enjoy this savoury combination of soy sauce, butter and Japanese seven spice blend.
Savoury herbs and salty parmesan cheese are a perfect compliment to this naturally sweet squash. And yes, you can eat the skin!
With its nutty and sweet flavour, all it takes is some butter and brown sugar to make this squash a perfect side dish.
Cayenne and paprika add some heat to this roasted squash, making it a great accompaniment with dinner.
Slightly sweeter than a butternut squash, this simple recipe brings out the wonderful flavours of the Japanese pumpkin.
Cinnamon, pumpkin spice, and sugar make these baked donut holes hard to put down. We think you and your loved ones will agree!
Using ready-made crescent dough, these yummy pumpkin treats are super simple to make and hard to resist.
These scones are crisp on the outside and soft in the center. A great accompaniment for soups and stews.