FROM THE KITCHEN: 3-INGREDIENT PUMPKIN PIE ROLL-UPS

I love being able to cook a good meal for my friends and family, but a domestic goddess I am not. Sure, the end result may look and taste good, but watching me get there can (at times) be equated to watching a train wreck. Baking is even worse; I would classify that activity as a natural disaster.  So when I’m asked to bring along a dessert to a holiday function, I look for something easy, something foolproof. Enter: BuzzFeed Food.

While scrolling through my Facebook feed, a video for 3-Ingredient Pumpkin Pie Roll-Ups caught my eye. Pumpkin? Heck yes! 3-Ingredient? Ohhh heck yes! This was the recipe for me! With a few extra items in my grocery bag, I came home and made these beauties for Thanksgiving dinner. I’m happy to report that not only were they as easy and delicious as they advertised, I left my kitchen with a smile – something I (and I’m sure, the fella) am very thankful for. Here’s how it’s done:

Ingredients

  • Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
  • Pumpkin pie mix
  • Marshmallows
  • Cinnamon (I added this as a 4th ingredient)

pumpkin pie marshmallows cinnamon dessert

Step 1: Lay out one triangle of crescent roll dough. Add a spoonful of pumpkin pie mix. Top with a sprinkle of cinnamon and a marshmallow (or two). I used Jet Puffed Pumpkin Spice Mallows for some extra pumpkin love.

pumpkin pie marshmallow dessert

Step 2: Roll up all the pumpkin-y goodness. Place on greased baking sheet.

pumpkin pie cinnamon dessert marshmallow

Step 3: Bake at 350°C for 17-19 minutes or until golden brown. I dusted them with powdered sugar for some extra sweetness.

pumpkin pie dessert cinnamon marshmallow ice cream

I’ve included the video below so you can see this recipe in action. Enjoy, and Happy Thanksgiving, my Canadian lovelies!

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