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  1. Linda @ The Fitty says

    How creative! My friends would laugh at me for eating ice cream in the cold season but I say anything ice cream or pumpkin is always an exception no matter the circumstances. 😛

  2. Kori says

    These look ssooo awesome, Kath!! I can’t wait to try them. May I ask where did you get your popsicle mold? Thank you for the recipe!

  3. Elyse says

    Although it’s quite chilly, I’m obsessed with anything pumpkin these days, that I will definitely be trying these out!

  4. Julia says

    How fun! I have some pumpkin purée left from making pumpkin pancakes. I may have to try this!! Really nice pictures.

  5. Jeri says

    I need! You know tere is a Popsicle mold at Williams-Sonoma that you can make them in like 20 minutes? And you can make faces etc etc with fruit or like you used the candy corn. Speaking of Williams-Sonoma, have you and Matt gone to the technique classes on Sundays? They’re free. And when Maze turn 5 they have junior chef ones too. And it’s SCORPIO SEASON HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME! I turned 35! (12th anniversary) LOL

  6. Anele @ Success Along the Weigh says

    These are wonderful. I make “pumpkin pie” versions with whipped cream and graham cracker (or Biscoff) crumbs. I love the idea of sprinkles!

  7. Catalina @ Shades of Pink says

    So creamy and delicious, I eat frozen treats all year around and these would be perfect for halloween. Healthy and tasty!

  8. Dani @ DaniCaliforniaCooks says

    These are TOO cute. A perfect Halloween treat for the 80 degree weather we are having in Santa Monica!

  9. Merideth Cohrs says

    LOVE this! Definitely going to link to your blog tomorrow – I love pumpkin treats and this sounds A-Mazing 🙂

    Happy to have ‘met’ you today friend!

  10. life with kaishon says

    YUMMY! What a fun treat. I have been missing cold treats since Rita’s Water Ice closed down for the year!

  11. Sam @ Grapefruit & Granola says

    Those look yummy! I keep telling myself I am going to buy those popsicle molds and then I never do. I see lots of fun recipes online for them.

  12. Lindsay says

    I’m so glad you didn’t add the spider~ SCARY! These are perfect for the hot Hawaiian fall we’re having, thank you! I just need to buy popsicle molds, any favorite brands for that?

  13. April says

    This is brilliant. The grandkids are going to love these for Thanksgiving. I never thought of making a pumpkin smoothie. Love it.

  14. Stefanie says

    I’m a little late in posting, but beautiful pictures Kath!! Also, can’t wait to try these. They look delicious. I’m agreeing with another poster that graham crackers would be awesome!

  15. Jennifer says

    Going out to buy Popsicle molds this afternoon (hard to find in the winter where I live!). Here’s hoping my picky 3 year old will eat these. I’m going to add a pack of dried Carnation Breakfast mix to up the nutrients, a suggestion I saw on another blog. Thanks!

  16. Nikeva says

    These are super appropriate for me since I live in Georgia and it’s currently 90 degrees on the 2nd day of Fall! I’d also make these during cooler fall days but I feel like these will be awesome now since we are having a fall heat wave at the moment. Thanks for sharing such a great recipe!

  17. Kim says

    5 stars
    Kate younger;
    Hi,i just copied down your pumpkin pie popsicles recipe and all of the ingredients i can have put in my blender and your popsicles will not bother my blood sugar (i am a type 2 diabetic) and it won’t bother my stomach.(i am lactose intolerant).
    I don’t have a popsicle mold yet but i am going to buy 2 molds and then i am going to make your pumpkin pie popsicles at home to share with my family.
    Your pumpkin pie popsicles look so good and tastey and i love and enjoy drinking pumpkin pie smoothies with my mom.I will let you know how much we love and enjoy eating your popsicles soon.

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