Sweet Pumpkin Treats
By Denise on October 30, 2008
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I'm still thinking about pumpkin pie, the ultimate sweet treat. I still haven't actually had any pumpkin pie... and I also haven't had the pumpkin bread that TW promised. (She's not doing a very good job of keeping me fed, someone ought to give her a stern talking to about that.)
The longer I have to wait for my pumpkin pie and my pumpkin bread, the more appealing the recipes sitting in my inbox.
Are these really the best pumpkin chocolate chips, EVER? I'm tempted to find out.
Mmmmm pumpkin gingerbread muffins, just mmmmmm.
I am of the opinion that pudding should only come in chocolate but this pumpkin pie pudding is calling my name.
Have I mentioned I really really like pumpkin bread, (and that SOMEONE has not made me any...)?
Vegan Pumpkin Cakies are interesting. Cross between cake and cookie? Very interesting. I think I'd eat these.
OMG look at the pumpkin cookies with brown sugar icing, I can only imagine the table humor that would come from the children. In fact, I can imagine it and I think we need to make these next weekend just so we can experience the jokes. Awesome.
Pumpkin fluff? Who would have guessed? Amazing. I'm skipping the Splenda though. I dont' really like Splenda, though I know some people really do.
I could go on and on and on but I can't because I have work to do... I leave you with the ultimate recipe. The one I really really really would love to taste because it combines two of my favorite things - pumpkin and Challah... Pumpkin Challah. Want! I Want!
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