Saturday, October 19, 2013
Weekend Cooking: Pumpkin Poppers #pinitdoit
I used whole white flour rather than just plain white. But pumpkin covered with butter and sugar, who wouldn't like that? I didn't wait too long to cover them with butter and sugar. Next time I would wait til the poppers were fully cooled first. I think they'd be more like donut holes at that point.
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OOOOH. I'm bookmarking or pinning this. THe poppers are baked, not fried in oil. I like that! Plus I love pumpkin.ReplyDelete
I just pinned this too, these look amazing.ReplyDelete
Those look yummy! The perfect time of year for pumpkin!ReplyDelete
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I love pumpkin, too. These look delicious!!ReplyDelete
Such an interesting thing to do with pumpkin! CheersReplyDelete
Saw this on pinterest too. Will have to make them!ReplyDelete
YUM! I made pumpkin donuts once upon a time and was lauded forever and ever... I should do that again (or try these!).ReplyDelete
I bet this made the perfect readathon breakfast and I bet my little one would love these too. Yummy!!!ReplyDelete
These look delicious!ReplyDelete
This time of year there are so many good suggestions of things to do with pumpkin!ReplyDelete