Hello Fellow Bloggers and Bakers!
We’re hosting another Meet and Greet Recipe Exchange!
You may be asking yourself, what’s the point of participating in a Meet and Greet?
Well, it’s an opportunity to…
- Connect with other bloggers.
- Gain exposure for your blog.
- Increase your followers.
- Discover new blogs.
- And of course collect delicious recipes!
Each Recipe Exchange features a different baking confection or flavor.
Now it may not officially be Autumn, but September has arrived…which means Pumpkin Spice is in the air!
So, no surprise, the theme of this Recipe Exchange is Pumpkin.
Ordinarily, chocolate is the star of all of the desserts on this blog. But, just this once, chocolate doesn’t have to be the main ingredient. However, we do ask that chocolate is in the recipe…we don’t want to get too crazy here, and lose focus of our priorities. Besides, pumpkin and chocolate- pure decadence!
Your recipe must feature pumpkin, and include at least one chocolate element. The chocolate can be in any form, or in any amount:
- White, Milk, or Dark Chocolate
- A sprinkle of chocolate chips
- A powder of cocoa
- A white chocolate glaze
- A dash of chocolate sprinkles
Examples include, (but are not limited to):
- Cakes & Cupcakes
- Pies & Tarts
- Cookie Bars
If you have a Pumpkin recipe on your blog, we’d love to showcase it here! Simply, post the name of the recipe and your blog link in the comment section below.
Don’t have a recipe, but love great food? We’d love to connect with you, as well!
To gain the most exposure, be sure to add your recipes and blog link to past and future Recipe Exchanges. We’ll keep a running lists of posts.
Previous Recipe Exchanges:
Looking forward to your Pumpkin recipes!
2 thoughts on “Meet and Greet Recipe Exchange: Pumpkin”
Love this idea! Here’s my pumpkin/chocolate recipe link:
Not Too Sweet Pumpkin Bread https://christinanifong.com/2016/04/07/not-too-sweet-pumpkin-bread/
I don’t have a recipe for this. BUT, one year, my mom did an experiment. She made oatmeal cookies, with some pumpkin from the can, along with some chocolate chips and other essential ingredients. It was most definitely a success, and pretty healthy!