Blue Hokkaido Pumpkin Stuffed with Mushrooms and “Cream”

Since I spent last weekend running around New Orleans, I didn’t have time to play with a new recipe for the blog this week. So instead, I decided to re-surface an oldie but a goodie. My blue hokkaido pumpkin stuffed with mushrooms and “cream.” It’s still one of my absolute favorite meals I make, and it’s perfect for fall. I’ll be experimenting in the kitchen this weekend and will (hopefully) have something new for you all next week! Enjoy this beautiful fall weather! xo

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I’m not one to toot my own horn, but after I made this meal, R declared it the best dish I’ve ever made. We recently ended up with a blue hokkaido pumpkin out of our CSA delivery. I didn’t quite know what to do with it, but I thought I might as well put something in it and roast it. While googling blue hokkaido pumpkin, I came across this recipe from One Messy Kitchen and I was inspired to make a vegan version.


This could make a great side dish with just the pumpkin, but I opted to make it into a full meal for the both of us and served it with brown rice and wilted spinach with lemon and garlic. The flavors of everything together were perfect.


What you’ll need:

  • 1 1/4 cups mushrooms (I used crimini, oyster, and shitake)
  • 1 blue hokkaido pumpkin
  • 3/4 cup cream…

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