These pumpkin dinner rolls are light, fluffy, and perfect to serve along your next bowl or soup or Thanksgiving dinner with your family!
The weather is getting cooler and I’m finding myself stocking my pantry with canned pumpkin. It’s an exciting time of the year when the weather here in Arizona drops from triple digits to double digits and the nights start to become slightly more enjoyable.
While many other areas of the U.S. are stuck with jackets and wood burning fireplaces, here in Phoenix I’m just happy that we can enjoy better temps.
It’s time to pull out the crock pots, soups, and pumpkin everything – why not whip up pumpkin dinner rolls?
Everyone knows that nothing compares to homemade rolls. From homemade Sweet Potato Rolls to Carrot Dinner Rolls, even Molasses Steak House Rolls, they are perfect to have smothered with butter next to a warm bowl of soup.
Or with your Thanksgiving turkey.
If anything, they are a great way to use that half can of pumpkin you have lingering in your fridge.
Pumpkin Dinner Rolls
These pumpkin rolls are everything you could ever want in a roll…
- delicious smothered with butter
And they pull apart so perfect that your family and friends will sing your praises and deem you as the next best home chef ;)
Ok that might be a stretch but it’s true – your kids will inhale the rolls with a little butter, telling you between bites that they are, indeed, so delicious.
At least that’s what mine did and it was the perfect accompaniment to our Salsa Verde White Bean and Chicken Chili — yum!
As with any homemade bread, a warm kitchen is on your side, and a 9×13 pan is your best friend. I use my 9×13 pan all the time, I could never live without it. Of course, the best place to find one is for $1 at the local thrift (which is exactly what I did!) or you can pick one up online too.
Once you have one, I guarantee you will wonder how you lived without it.
Give yourself a few hours at home to allow these rolls to do their thing. Then pop in the oven to bake, and enjoy the fruits of your labor with a warm bowl of soup.
If you love these rolls, you might want to try these, too!