Pumpkin Varieties

Get to know our favorite pumpkins, from the white Lumina to Sweet Pie Pumpkins—they're perfect for decorating or you can eat them too! Use them to brighten your favorite fall recipes like casseroles, stews, pumpkin pies and much more.

 

Fairytale Pumpkin

Fairytale Pumpkin

The charming carriage-like shape makes this a favorite for all decorating! Fairytale pumpkins can be used in any pumpkin recipe. Their sweet flavor is highlighted well in desserts and can be used to make pumpkin butter or soups.
 

Hubbard Mix

Hubbard Mix

The rich flavor of the squash makes it a perfect addition to wild rice dishes, casseroles and pumpkin pies. Its rigid exterior is difficult to peel and cube, so it's best to cook Hubbard squash in its skin until fork tender.
 

Pink Porcelain Pumpkin

Pink Porcelain Pumpkin

The Pink pumpkin is ideal for decorating because of its unique color and attractive shape. Its flesh is sweet and deep orange in color. Use to make pies, muffins and breads. A percentage of each Pink pumpkin sold goes to the Pink Pumpkin Patch Foundation to aid in breast cancer research.
 

White Pumpkin

White Pumpkin

Cook and puree to make pumpkin soup or add to oatmeal for a fall breakfast treat. White pumpkins are a popular pumpkin for decorating as their smooth white skin provides a perfect canvas for painting.
 

Cinderella Pumpkin

Cinderella Pumpkin

The rich, thick-flesh and custard-like flavor makes this unique French heirloom a favorite. The Cinderella pumpkin is ideal for use in pies, breads, cookies and cakes. Try its cooked puree in pumpkin ice cream.
 

Pie Pumpkin

Pie Pumpkin

The pie pumpkin is one of the sweetest pumpkin varieties. Its flesh is deep orange in color and cooks to a smooth consistency. Try cubed and roasted to enhance its sweetness and add to curries. It's most commonly used for baking pies, cheesecakes, pancakes and flan.