Beet Soup with Beet Green Pesto

The fun pieces from Le Creuset just keep coming. Hearts, flowers, and now pumpkins? LC, you slay me. What’s next? Kitty cat cocottes? (That would make my day!)

Despite the fact that we were stewing and spicing and pumpkining it up in mid-May, we absolutely loved developing these autumnal recipes for Le Creuset. Doesn’t this Beet Soup with Beet Green Pesto just make you want to start caroling? And don’t get me started on the fried crispy capers and pumpkin seeds that get sprinkled on top of those Pumpkin Shrimp & Grits.

Pumpkin Shrimp & Grits with Fried Pumpkin Seeds and Capers

Pumpkin grits, people.

Seeded Sorghum Dinner Rolls

Thinking outside the pumpkin, and proving that these pans aren’t just for soups and sautées, these Seeded Sorghum Dinner Rolls are little baked balls of fluffy, doughy bliss. Turns out you CAN bake bready things in these adorable pots. Also, sorghum? Like honey and molasses had a summer fling. Sweet and sassy at the same time.

Spiced Deep-Dish Chocolate Chip Cookies

Even better than pumpkins are petite pumpkins, and the more the merrier. You won’t have to share your cookies with these single serving Spiced Deep-Dish Chocolate Chip Cookies (well, they’re really more suitable for two, but no one, especially not me, is forcing you to share if you don’t want to).

Le Creuset Pumpkin Cocotte Giveaway

Just call me Cinderella, because I’m giving away pumpkins (that is how it goes, right?) To celebrate (now that it is officially) fall, Le Creuset® is offering up a gourd-eous set of pumpkins, including one large Pumpkin Cocotte and two matching Petite Pumpkin Cocottes in the color of your choice (Flame, Dune, or Truffle). That’s a $240 set of gourds right there.

So, what are you waiting for? Click through to enter this fantastic giveaway!

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The fine print: No purchase necessary. Giveaway open to US residents only. Void where prohibited. Winner will have 48 hours to respond otherwise an alternate winner will be chosen. Bonus entry requirements will be verified if selected as the winner, otherwise an alternate winner will be chosen. Giveaway sponsored by Le Creuset®. All opinions written are purely my own.

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  1. sweet potato casserole

  2. Ah, the first thing I’d make is a turkey pot pie. My favorite autumn/winter dish, and I don’t nearly get enough of it!

  3. I follow both L OO & LeCrueset on Pinterest (Leah MacKenzie)

  4. I would make the rolls they look good. I want to make them now

  5. Oh, too cute! Perfect to make Sweet Potato Casserole.

  6. I would love to make a hearty roasted vegetable pot pie. Love the pumpkins!

  7. I would make pumpkin bread and then all recipes it will be in Le Creuset Cocotte recipe booklet. I hope to win!

  8. I subscribe by email

  9. Good Morning!  It would be a toss up between pumpkin risotto or spaghetti squash pasta bake.  I love the WOW factor of bringing dinner to the table in this.  I know my kids would eat whatever was inside.

  10. I follow both on Twitter and I tweeted about this giveaway (@leahmackenzie14)!

  11. I’d love to give the seeded rolls a try.

  12. I guess soups maybe even dips that would be wonderful.

  13. The Deep Dish Cookies look AMAZING! … I’d start there I think. :)

  14. Pinned LeCrueset

  15. Pinned love and olive oil

  16. I subscribe by email

  17. These are so beautiful! I know it’s not very original – but I would just HAVE to make pumpkin soup in these! Love pumpkin soup!

  18. I’m hosting Thanksgiving this year for my family (for the first time ever!!) so I would LOVE to have these for my table. But before that I’d probably try a Baked Pumpkin Pasta or a Bourbon Pumpkin Bread Pudding – YUM!! These are so adorable! I saw them recently at Williams-Sonoma and was lusting hard over them! :) 

  19. These are amazing! What’s more fall than individual apple crisps in a mini-pumpkin? Love!

  20. I would make Shepherds Pie. Yum!

  21. I am subscribed to Love & Olive Oil :)

  22. I subscribe!

  23. I would make pumpkin custard first. 

  24. I would love to use the big one to make lamb stew with lentils and apricots. The little ones would be great for individual servings of apple crisp. 

  25. Apple Pie – so pretty!

  26. I’m already subscribed.  Love these!

  27. calico beans

  28. Subscriber – Yahoo email kjwilliams17 

  29. Your recipe ideas are so clever. I would probably make some kind of soup (pumpkin stew?) in the larger and individual apple crisps in the smaller ones. Thanks so much for a lovely giveaway!

  30. I get email updates

  31. I would love to make my squash casserole in one of those pumpkins! Love em! :)

  32. I follow both on Twitter & Tweeted :)

  33. What wouldn’t I make in this adorable set! Pumpkin soup, quinoa stuffed peppers, anything! 
    I followed both on Pinterest. 

  34. Following on Pinterest

  35. I follow both on twitter @sharonjo2
    Tweet: https://twitter.com/sharonjo2/status/388669609286455297

  36. i tweeted. i’m @kuntrageous

  37. Mm roasted pumpkin and sage soup! Love fall! 

  38. ~apple and butternut squash soup…following both on pinterest too!

  39. I follow both on Pinterest

  40. Definitely butternut squash soup!

  41. I follow both on Twitter – and I tweeted!

  42. I would make pumpkin stew with lots of seasonal root vegetables! :)

  43. Subscribed to your blog! 

  44. Following on Pinterest.

  45. Pumpkin soup! And it would look adorable in these pots. They are gorgeous!

  46. Pumpkin gratin!!! Oh please, please,please pick me!

  47. I would make baked pumpkin oatmeal!

  48. I receive your emails :-)

  49. Butternut squash chili

  50. PUMPKIN GRITS!!!??!!!?!! Are you kiddin’ me? That’s what I’d make and then some soup, oh and maybe those buns….

  51. They are so pretty and functional. I would love to try the pumpkin grits!

  52. I am subscribed to both and have been for quite sometime.

  53. I would do a lovely pumpkin curry soup. 

  54. These are so adorable!! I would make a big batch of hearty chilli immediately :)

  55. These are sooooo adorable. I woul like to try a pumpkin bread pudding.

  56. Warm apple cake with caramel/cinnamon drizzle. Or nothing! They deserve to be centerpieces even if empty!

  57. I’d love to start a casual fall dinner party for four serving an amazing, chunky salmon and corn chowder from the large cocotte, which would be covered on the table as a centerpiece. Then, voila! I’d lift the lid and use the smaller ones as individual serving bowls; I think that the rosy orange and golden colors would play so well off the autumnal colors of the cocottes! 

  58. I already follow and tweeted!

  59. I would love to make gluten free baked pumpkin rice pudding with lots of cinnamon and nutmeg :)

  60. The newsletters are always a great read!

  61. Bonus entry: I am subscribed

  62. Bonus entry: I am following you on Pinterest :)

  63. Pumpkin cake! I’m subscribed to the newsletter. 

  64. I followed on Pinterest. You have some spectacular pins!

  65. I would make pumpkin bisque with chorizo and spicy cinnamon croutons!

  66. I already subscribe to your great blog!

  67. I follow you on pinterest

  68. I would do a main casserole and then bread pudding and a baked dip in the small ones.  Heavy and yummy dinner!

  69. What would I make in my new Pumpkin Cocotte? Well, of course, I would make a spiced pumpkin mousse topped with a maple whipped cream!

  70. Wow these are so adorable!! I couldn’t not make my chai spiced pumpkin bread immediately upon receiving these! 

  71. I’m already subscribed to the mailing list!

  72. @stephfromtexas is following you both on twitter!

  73. Follow you on pinterest!

  74. I would bake some oatmeal or rosemary bread. I love how beautiful they are!

  75. Follow le creuset on pinterest! 

  76. Coconut red lentil soup! Those grits sound amazing too!

  77. In the mini pumpkins I would make individual pumpkin pecan sheet cakes and roasted acorn squash soup in the large one 

  78. I would make little sweet potato casseroles! Those are so cute!

  79. I subscribed to Love & Olive Oil.

  80. followed you both on pinterest!

  81. I am also subscribed to the newsletter and it rocks! Thanks for the opportunity to win such a cool dish set ????.

  82. followed you both on twitter!

  83. Umm… you had me at pumpkin grits! My friend Steve has the largest Pumpkin piece and I’ve always envied it. Being that you can bake in these babies, I would definitely make pumpkin cinnamon rolls. (it’s only right… right?)

  84. I would make pumpkin cinnamon rolls…. mmm I can smell them already! haha

  85. Beef Bourguignon!

  86. Spicy kabocha squash soup with caramelized pepitas, corn and prosciutto. 

  87. beet soup? yes. that sounds amazing. if not beet soup, some type of veggie-and-beef stew.

  88. I would love to make some sort of rolls or maybe even a pumpkin dip (adorable!). These are so cute!!

  89. followed you on Pinterest!

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