"I’m so excited for all things pumpkin, but am hanging tight to my last days of sunny warm weather.But to satiate my pumpkin cravings, I decided to bring together the best of both worlds in a delicious and decadent Brazilian-inspired Pumpkin Coconut Ice Cream!" - Olivia's Cuisine
"Skip the pumpkin pie this year and go for these Pumpkin Pie Bars that are so much easier to make and to eat! An easy oat crust is topped with a creamy pumpkin filling and a sugary topping to take them over the top." - Taste and Tell
"If you like pumpkin, you will love this treat. It is light and fluffy and the we cut the sweetness some with the addition of mildly tart pomegranate gelee. This is a wonderful combination and full of the flavors of the season." - Today's Nest
"A good for you snack made with wholesome ingredients and have all the flavors of fall! Pumpkin Pie Cookie Dough Energy Balls will help curb your craving for sweets, yet are healthy for you!" - With Salt and Wit
Then, press one of the metal cutters from a Halloween themed cookie cutter set against the outside face of the pumpkin. Use a kitchen mallet to hammer the cookie cutter deep into the pumpkin. Once the cookie cutter has cut through the skin of the pumpkin, use the handle end of the mallet to push out the shape.
Then simply remove the cookie cutter and voila! You've got yourself a simple, sophisticated jack-o-lantern and the only thing you cut was the time it takes to make one in half. It's safe, easy and, the best part is, you're sure to get a perfectly cut shape every time!