Anyone that knows me knows I love to cook and bake. I may not be the very best at it, but it's something I enjoy doing. I also love it when I find recipes that are so ridiculously easy to make, you're almost embarrassed to serve them because they're too good to be so simple. I made some pumpkin croissants the other day that I shared with a few that raved over them and asked how I made them. With only 2 ingredients, anyone can make them at home.

Here's what you need
1.) instant croissant rolls (pillsbury, ect.)
2.) pumpkin butter

Now I'm not entirely sure if they just have 'pumpkin butter' at any store, but any pumpkin pie filling works the same. Simple enough, spread a thin layer of the pumpkin butter on the instant croissant, roll it up and bake as directed. That's it! This technique also works great for anything spreadable. Nutella, almond paste, ect. I figured since it's Autumn where everything needs to have a pumpkin spice, as far as I'm concerned, I figured I'd make some pumpkin croissants.

If you don't want to make them into crescent shapes, that's fine, too. I've just as easily used these same ingredients and, instead of rolling them up, I folded one on top of the other to make a puffed pastry sandwich of sorts. They were just as tasty. If you have any super simple recipes like this, please tell me about them in the comments below. I'd love to try them next time.

How To Make Pumpkin Croissants

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