Homemade Pumpkin Butter | I’m Lovin’ It


No doubt, every October my life is taken over by pumpkin.  Between the grinning jack O’lanterns lining the porch, the pie pumpkins at the farmers market and cans of pumpkin in my pantry, the orange squash is a symbol that fall is here!  My favorite time of year!

There are so many great pumpkin recipes out there, it’s such a versatile ingredient!  From pumpkin pies and milk shakes to pumpkin pasta and chili.  No doubt you can cook with pumpkin as many ways as you decorate with pumpkins!

Easy and Delicious Homemade Pumpkin Butter recipe at

One fall several years ago I was gifted a jar of the most delicious homemade pumpkin butter.  I’m pretty certain I polished off that jar all by myself in a matter of a few short days.  A few years later I was surprised to find out how ridiculously easy it is to make my own pumpkin butter.  Now, I make at least one batch each fall.

Of course pumpkin butter is delicious on a big thick crunchy piece of toast, english muffins, or homestyle biscuits, but I’ll let you in on a little secret……..slather a crisp buttery Ritz cracker or a graham cracker with pumpkin butter and it’s like eating a little pumpkin pie!  OH is it ever so good this way!

 Last night I made a batch of pumpkin butter while I cooked dinner…..that’s how easy it is!  Now I need to run to the store for crackers.

Delicious and easy homemade pumpkin butter recipe at

If you only make ONE pumpkin recipe this year ………..make it this Pumpkin Butter Recipe

Want more Pumpkin Recipes? You can follow my Pumpkin Recipes Pinterest Board


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Cheryl Sousan

A self-proclaimed neat freak, Cheryl chronicles her journey through homemaking on her blog,, where she shares recipes, tutorials, crafting and her ever-growing love for photography. This St. Louis mom juggles her passion for life, her daughters and her tiger-loving husband, all while her obsession with tidiness cleans up the trail blazed behind her. Google+


  1. thank you so much for the party!

  2. Thanks for the party, Cheryl! Have a great weekend!

  3. Looks delicious! Thanks for hosting!

  4. Never had Pumpkin butter… Sounds good. Thanks so much for the great party. Have a super Fall weekend!

  5. Thanks for hosting Cheryl!!! That PB looks amazing!

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  9. Thanks for the party!! New to blogging and having tons of fun!! I will def be back next week to party!

  10. I look forward to fall for the pumpkin and apple butter too 🙂 thanks so much for the party

  11. Oh goodness, Cheryl! You totally just blew my mind with the homemade pumpkin butter. I purchased PB from TJ’s a few weeks ago and that was the first time I’ve ever had it. Life changing 😉 we love it! Thanks for hosting!

  12. Thanks for hosting this great link party. This is my first time linking…and I am looking forward to exploring all the great blogs linked.

  13. Lately I’ve been obsessed with Peach Butter, I can’t wait to try pumpkin, thanks for the party Cheryl

  14. Thanks for the fabulous party, Cheryl! The pumpkin butter sounds delicious! I found Wilton makes pumpkin spice candy melts. I linked up some pumpkin spice pretzel bites. I can’t get enough pumpkin this time of year! Have a great weekend!

  15. Thank you so much for hosting Cheryl! Wsihing you a wonderful weekend! Angie xo

  16. That pumpkin butter looks amazing!!! Thanks for hosting a great party!

  17. It’s always a fun time here on Friday’s Cheryl!!! Looks like we are on the same wavelength – I shared pumpkin butter this week too. 🙂 Great minds!!

    Have a wonderful weekend.

  18. Great recipe, Cheryl! Thanks for hosting, too! 🙂

  19. I love homemade butters! I haven’t tried making pumpkin butter yet. Thanks for the inspiration!!

  20. Homemade butters are my favorite. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  21. I’m so glad to read your post Cheryl. I too just made some Maple Pumpkin Butter for a baked brie recipe I created. The appetizer dish was fantastic but I have a pint of pumpkin butter I keep staring at in the fridge thinking ‘what now?!’ I really haven’t ever had pumpkin butter so my sense of what to do with it is a bit dim! Love all your ideas. They are delicious sounding and well-timed for me! Thanks!

  22. Let the love of pumpkin continue!!! I can never get enough 🙂 Thank you for hosting!

  23. Thank you for hosting this great party. Keep up the awesome work!

    ~~Thanks, Sharon & Denise

  24. Thanks so much for hosting! I’ve added your party to my blog hop page. 🙂
    Added my links, too.
    Parmesan Crusted Chicken (my personal favorite dinner recipe)
    Preschool Ant Craft
    Five Important Things to Remember to Childproof Your Home

  25. I used to agree with you on pumpkin butter being the best until a recent trip to William’s Sonoma. They had pecan pumpkin butter. Oh my goodness. I made a homemade version and linked it up here so you could see. I’ve been reborn. 🙂 Thanks for a great link up party!

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  27. Halloween ideas i been share all the blogs i been tweeting and i been pining so many great things to share thank you .

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  30. Love the pumpkin recipes, Fall is my favorite time of year. I’ll soon be making some of your pumpkin butter, and I’ll definitely make the pumpkin & applie pie. Yummy. Love your website!

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