I have always loved pumpkin bread, and I can’t get enough of it.
I’ve made it many times, and now I’m making it again, but this time, I’ve added a cinnamon roll!
I’ve always loved cinnamon rolls, and they’re usually a staple in my Christmas meals.
This one is even better than the last time, and my kids absolutely loved it!
You can make it ahead of time and reheat it for later, or store it in the fridge for up to a week.
Here’s how you make your own!
The first step is to make your pumpkin bread dough.
You can do this by hand or with a mixer.
I like to use a double boiler, but you can also use a regular mixer.
Make sure to let the dough rise at room temperature for about 30 minutes.
It should be firm but not sticky, so it doesn’t come apart when you push it in your fingers.
Mix your pumpkin filling ingredients.
For this recipe, I used my favorite pumpkin pie filling.
I used the 1/2 cup granulated sugar, but I’ve found that you can substitute any sugar you like.
Add your cinnamon rolls to your dough and mix until it is moist and crumbly.
Heat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
Place your pumpkin dough onto a parchment lined baking sheet and bake for about 25 minutes.
While it’s baking, prepare the cinnamon rolls.
Place 1 cinnamon roll on each cinnamon roll and top with 2 tablespoons of your filling.
Bake for another 5 minutes or until the cinnamon roll is golden brown.
Recipe Notes You can also substitute the ground almonds for your cinnamon roll filling.
Nutrition Facts 4 delicious Pumpkin Bread recipes that can be made ahead of the holidays!
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article Happy Holidays!
The holidays are almost here, and you can use all the good things that spring to help you celebrate with your family.
Here are some great recipes that I think will be sure to please everyone!
1) My new favorite pumpkin recipe is sweet cinnamon roll pumpkin pie.
This is the easiest pumpkin pie recipe on the planet!
You’ll want to make a big batch, so that you don’t have to worry about cutting out portions and chopping up your ingredients!
2) I made a cinnamon buns for my son.
I don’t usually make cinnamon bums, but they’re delicious in this pumpkin pie!
I use a mixture of almond flour and coconut flour, and that will give you a great texture that is perfect for this pie!
3) I whipped up a delicious pumpkin pie sauce.
This delicious pie sauce is made with coconut oil and coconut milk, and it has an amazing flavor!
4) I topped my pumpkin with a rich, savory crust.
These crustless pie crusts are perfect for winter gatherings.
5) I had to make these Pumpkin Bread Pops!
This recipe is a favorite of mine, and these little pops are so yummy!
They are perfect as gifts for your family, or as a snack for your favorite dessert.
They’re gluten-free and nut-free, and can be used in a variety of recipes.
They can be frozen for up the next few months, or even freeze-dried for up-to-two months!
You could even freeze them in the freezer for up a week, or make them ahead of Thanksgiving.
They will be super easy to freeze once you have a large batch, and are great to use for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
All the ingredients are easily available, and the price of a pound of these pops is so reasonable!
You won’t want to go hungry this year, so make sure to get them ahead.