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:
- Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
- Pumpkin pie mix
- Cinnamon (I added this as a 4th ingredient)
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.
Step 2: Roll up all the pumpkin-y goodness. Place on greased baking sheet.
Step 3: Bake at 350°C for 17-19 minutes or until golden brown. I dusted them with powdered sugar for some extra sweetness.
I’ve included the video below so you can see this recipe in action. Enjoy, and Happy Thanksgiving, my Canadian lovelies!
2 thoughts on “FROM THE KITCHEN: 3-INGREDIENT PUMPKIN PIE ROLL-UPS”
These look sooooo good. I don’t care if it’s “Christmas” time, I want pumpkin.
Although, I wouldn’t mind a croissant filled with peppermint & chocolate..
A croissant filled with peppermint and chocolate?! Sweet lord, that sounds amazing! I have GOT to try that!