Pumpkin bisque is a wonderful fall treat that puts those pumpkins to good - and healthy - use.
While many of us think of jack-o-lanterns and other decorations that grace our homes during Autumn, we can forget that a pumpkin is a squash.
The seeds are a source of fiber and heart-healthy, monounsaturated fats. The pumpkin "meat" or fruit is a rich source of anti-oxidants, folates, niacin and even vitamins A and C.
This pumpkin bisque makes a fun harvest treat. The carrots add just enough sweetness while the apples add tartness for an all-around harvest fall flavor that you and your family will enjoy.
Directions There are two ways to start this recipe: A
Try serving this delicious soup with a pumpkin seed garnish and/or a dollop of plain yogurt to add a creaminess texture. Serve with a warm, whole grain, fresh bread for a warm, healthy meal that your family will enjoy.