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The start of the Fall season is the perfect time to begin making low carb pumpkin recipes if you haven’t been enjoying the taste of pumpkin year round.
Yesterday was the official start of the Fall season so I gathered up all my favorite low carb pumpkin recipes for this recipe round-up. Looking through the archives of my site, it didn’t come as a surprise that I have quite a few pumpkin recipes. Although most of the low carb pumpkin recipes I’ve shared are sweet, I threw in a couple savory ones too like a fantastic lasagna and a heartwarming soup.
I’ve been seeing loads of pumpkin recipes popping up all over. This is a clear sign that summer is ending. It’s always a little sad, but as the saying goes, one end leads to a new beginning. I used to be very pessimistic about everything. In fact, I was even voted class pessimist in my high school class during senior year. My attitude is much more positive now and I’m always looking for the positive side when bad things happen.
Just a few days ago, the Low Carb Yum Pinterest account got suspended. Instead of getting really upset and acting negatively against Pinterest, I worked with the company to get the account restored even though their initial response was that they would not restore the account and seemed pretty inflexible. I also used that as an opportunity to relook at what I was doing. I had already started to balance out my social media accounts so that I wasn’t heavily relying on one of them. When I couldn’t log into my normal Pinterest account, I noticed that I had started another Pinterest account a while back for a new blog I had set up. Unfortunately, I just haven’t had the time to work on that blog. Well, it seems things happen for a reason and every end has a new beginning. After the Pinterest suspension, I decided that I needed to get my other Pinterest account going, particularly since it didn’t look like Pinterest was going to budge on my Low Carb Yum account suspension. However, my account was restored within 24 hours. I believe it was my positive attitude, honesty, and persistence with Pinterest that resulted in them restoring my account.
The whole Pinterest ordeal made me realize that I shouldn’t put all my energy into one project as it could be taken away in an instance by something outside my control. That’s why I have decided to move ahead in promoting a brand new blog at allnaturalideas.com which is a website I started working on last spring. I’ve always had an interest in alternative medicine and holistic healing so I’m going to be writing about my experiences for living a more natural life on my new All Natural Ideas website. I’ve been working with my son, Devon, to get the new website ready for launching. Devon is a sophomore in college and is having trouble finding a flexible job to bring in extra money while he pursues a degree in engineering. He loves to write and has been experimenting with alternative medicine so he is very excited to start this new adventure with me as a blogger. When you read Devon’s blog posts, I think you will agree that he is a natural at blogging and telling his story. The All Natural Ideas website is still in “Coming Soon” mode, but we hope to go live on the site within the next couple weeks. If you’d like to see what we are up to, feel free to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, or Twitter. I’m planning to include low carb information and recipes on allnaturalideas.com too!
Here’s a list of some of my most favorite Low Carb Pumpkin Recipes: