## Le Creuset Pumpkin Cocotte Recipes and a Giveaway

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 grits, people.

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.

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).

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.

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at9:57 amI follow both on Pinterest! I can’t believe I haven’t followed you sooner!! Love your site!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at9:57 amHmm…maybe a fall stuffing/dressing would be delicious

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at9:58 amFollowing both on twitter and tweeted about the giveaway.

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Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at9:58 amI subscribe to the newsletter, yay!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at9:58 amMac and cheese. Which is always my answer, but it’s always perfect!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at9:58 amI would make Pumpkin French Toast.

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at9:58 amI also follow on Pinterest! Alas, I am not a “Tweeter”.

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at9:58 amFollowing both Love & Olive Oil and LeCreuset on Pinterest.

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:00 amI would make curried zucchini soup

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:00 amI follow you on pinterest.

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:00 amOh my goodness, this is the cutest Le Creuset dish ever! Want, want, want!!! I think a pumpkin French toast casserole is in order in this dish!!! I would thoroughly enjoy making it for my family in this dish. Beautiful :-)

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:01 amI subscribe to you by email.

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:01 amFollowed and tweeted on Twitter!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:02 amI’m subscribed.

I follow L&OO and LC on pinterest.

I’d make pumpkin bread pudding. Or I’d at least try! ;-)

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:02 amI would make roasted acorn squash with butter and maple syrup.

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:02 amI subscribe via email

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Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:02 amI would make baked ziti! Yum!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:03 amFollowed on Pinterest!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:04 amI already subscribe to Love and Olive Oil! :)

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:04 amDessert! Bread pudding would be a perfect first dish :)

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:04 amSubscribed on email!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:04 amBonus- I am now following Le Creuset on Pinterest and was already following Love and Olive Oil. <3

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:04 amchili- now preferable pumpkin! laviejaime (at) gmail.com

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Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:05 amThe first fall dish that I would you make in my new Pumpkin Cocotte would be my favorite soup, Pappa al Pomodoro!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:05 amI already subscribe to Love & Olive Oil ;)

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:05 amSubscribed

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:05 amGluten Free Pumpkin custard, of course! Yum!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:06 amFollowing both on Pinterest!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:06 amI’m imagining Red wine pinto beans with bacon, served with hearty tranches of French Boule (http://www.nytimes.com/recipes/1014548/red-wine-pinto-beans-with-smoky-bacon.html). This was the first meal I made with my boyfriend, Ben.

The mini cocottes would be perfect for individual pumpkin spice cakes.

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:06 amIt would have to be the pumpkin grits – maybe in a “shrimp and grits” southern style. Yum!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:07 amI would bake in there pumpkin bread with pumpkin seeds!:-) yum..

Thank you for this chance!

oh, and I already subscribed!;)

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Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:07 amI already subscribe to Love and Olive Oil!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:08 amI wanted also to say you that i love your blog,:D

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:09 amBaked root vegetables with EVOO, salt and pepper. YUM!

Or many the butternut squash soup I adore so much.

I can think of several meals to make in these. I hope I win!! :)

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:09 amI would make some delicious soup!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:09 amPS. I already subscribe!!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:09 amI followed both @loveandoliveoil and @LeCreuset on twitter and tweeted the giveaway!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:11 amButternut Squash Sage Soup

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Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:15 amOooh those are adorable. I’m torn between a soup and ratatouille! So cute!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:15 amI tweeted about the giveaway https://twitter.com/MyRanchoDelux/status/388684020755619840

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:16 amI follow Le Creuset on Twitter

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:16 amI’d probably go with roasted sweet potato based bread.

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:16 amI have been subscribed for a while and enjoy your posts. I love beets, so I’d try the beet soup but might use basil pesto instead, as I have so much in the freezer. A Le Creuset cocette has been on my “want” list for a long time. Thanks for the opportunity.

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:16 amI follow LeCreuset on Pinterest

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Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:16 amI also follow you and LC on Pinterest!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:17 amI would attempt to make either a Sweet Potato fluff or Buttermilk Chess Pie. Thank you for this contest, it sounds wonderful!!! *fingers crossed* I hope I win!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:18 amI would make my favorite vegetable tagine, using pumpkin and squash and all the tastiest fall vegetables! Thanks for a wonderful contest :)

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:19 amPumpkin and butternut squash soup!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:21 amThese dishes are so beautiful!! Perfect for Fall cooking and baking! I would make Pumpkin Soup! I have also subscribed to your newsletter, and I am following you both on Pinterest! amanda@ctmphotography.net

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:21 amI would make pumpkin sweet rolls and spread with pumpkin cream cheese.

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:22 amI would try the pumpkin grits, yum yum!!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:23 amJust subscribed! *crosses fingers*

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:24 amI follow loveandoliveoil on pinterest.

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:24 amBeef stew with wine!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:25 amPumpkin bars

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:25 amI follow you on Pinterest

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:25 amFor me Fall doesn’t start until Roasted Chicken with potatoes and carrots are made for dinner. That would be the first thing I would make in this set!!

I subscribe to your blog and follow both you and le crueset on pinterest!

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Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:26 amFollowed you and Le Creuset on pinterest! (although my pinterest email is different than this email address)

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:26 amIn the big pot, I’d make vegetarian chili and in the little guys, pumpkin flan!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:26 amI would make my mom’s pumpkin soup with crispy corn nuts on top. yummm

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:26 amI want this set so bad. Stuffing.

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:26 amI follow Le cruset on Pinterest

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:27 amThe cocettes are adorable. And perfect for a small treat, rather then finishing off a whole pan of brownies. I would love to try a pumpkin bread (so many *bucks copycats ones to

try :) with a nice sprinkle of pumpkinseeds on top.

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:27 amI follow Le Creuset on pinterest

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:27 amI’d make stuffing!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:28 amI subscribed via email

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:29 amI’d make pumpkin pudding and pumpkin tortilla soup. Yum!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:29 amSo many things I would want to make! I think I would start with pumpkin bread pudding first.

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:30 amI follow you bothon pinterest

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Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:31 amI follow both on Twitter and I tweeted. https://twitter.com/jvarvarezis/status/388687949413380097

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:31 amButternut squash soup sounds wonderful!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:31 amI love Le Creuset!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:32 amOh, and I definitely would use it for bread.

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:31 amI would make a Warm Bacon Dip for our annual Halloween Party. Those would really fit in at the buffet table.

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:31 amI follow you both on twitter and tweeted

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Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:32 amLittle pumpkins full of stuffing!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:33 amYour sorghum rolls look in.sane!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:34 amI would make some dinner rolls in these dishes! I think these are so adorable!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:35 amFollow both on Twitter and tweeted: https://twitter.com/ChefAmberShea/status/388689183482445824

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:36 amI subscribed!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:36 amWow these are so cute! I would love to make apple crisp or a chocolate lava cake.

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:36 amI would totally make soup. Fall soups are my absolute favorite, pumpkin among them.

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:37 ami would make pumpkin quiche

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:37 amI follow you both on Pinterest

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:38 amSpiced deep dish chocolate chip cookies! YUM..definitely would be the first thing I bake in the pumpkins

Thank you

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:38 amI follow both on Pinterest!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:39 amI would make the creamiest pumpkin curry soup in the world from my little pie pumkinettes!

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Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:39 amOh my gosh those are sweet! I have been pinning pumpkin things like crazy. I think I would have to try a pumpkin chili recipe and maybe some baked pumpkin oatmeal in the petite cocottes!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:39 amWhat a great giveaway! I would make a sort of butternut squash risotto, or anything to satisfy my sweet tooth. Hosting thanksgiving at my house for the first time this year, so these would look great on my table!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:39 amAnd I would make pumpkin shrimp and grits for sure!

Posted OnOctober 11, 2013at10:40 amI tweeted!

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