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5 Cool Things You Can Do With Pumpkins This Autumn

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We have been pumpkin picking this week as Halloween is just around the corner, and if you always end up with more pumpkin than you can put to use, we have you covered with a few tricks and ideas. Read on to discover some cool fun and creative ways to make use of this versatile Autumn fruit. 

PIN - 5 Cool Things You Can Do With Pumpkins This Autumn

Pumpkin Face Masks

Pumpkin face masks are exactly what you need for a baby soft and silky skin. You can also try teaming up pumpkin puree with honey, milk, or eggs depending on your skin type. Not only is pumpkin loaded with antioxidants, but it also contains fruit enzymes that help in naturally exfoliating dead skin cells. As pumpkins are a rich source of vitamins A, C, and E, they also help combat skin damage, prevent wrinkles, and improve skin texture.

Pumpkin Crafts

Pumpkin candle holders are an easy DIY craft that you can make with the leftover pumpkin as a beautiful thanksgiving centerpiece. Simply carve out the stem portion of the pumpkin in the shape you want and add some melted was with a wick; alternatively, instead of adding melted wax to your pumpkin, you could carve out pumpkins and use a tea light candle.

Pumpkin Pickle

Pumpkin pickle is a delicious addition to all your meals and is a great source of beta- carotene which is responsible for a healthy immune system, skin and mucous membranes. As pumpkins are loaded with fiber, they help eliminate toxins from your body; therefore, making it a good addition to a detox diet. Most carving pumpkins are edible but using the sugar pumpkins that are small and round have better flavor and consistency. Interestingly; pumpkin pickles, if stored correctly, can stay good for up to 6 months.

Pumpkin Planters

Love the Halloween look on your house? Enhance the Halloween look by using pumpkins to plant your favorite plants and flowers. Pumpkin planters set up in an outdoor arrangement will remain good for up to a month, just dab some petroleum jelly on the outside to keep the pumpkin looking fresh for longer. Additionally, you can make good use of pumpkins as bird feeders. All you need to do is clean the inside, add two sticks to act as bird perches, and finally, add some bird feed. When you are ready to discard these pumpkins, you can proudly compost them.

Pumpkin Soup Bowls

Why spend on ceramic soup bowls when you can make your very own pumpkin soup bowl using real pumpkin? Making pumpkin soup bowls is quick and hassle- free. Slice off the top of the small pumpkins, scoop out the pumpkin flesh and bake these miniature pumpkins to use them as serving bowls. You can use larger pumpkins for serving juices, appetizers, salads, or desserts.

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