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Pumpkin RollsTake your cinnamon rolls from simple to sensational with the addition of pumpkin and Kashmiri Garam Masala. When I started looking for a pumpkin dessert, because it is that time of year, the thought of pies, cookies and loaves just seemed…boring. Enter the pumpkin rolls. I was SOLD as soon as I saw this post on Smitten Kitchen, and in making them found the recipe spot on! I barely adapted it, just a little spice make-over with one of our secret ingredients, Kashmiri Garam Masala, and some maple in the frosting. The results should be illegal. I know I say that about all the desserts, but this one is seriously irresistible.
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We opted for maple syrup and buttermilk in the glaze to round out the flavor profile. Next time I think trying coconut oil in place of some of the butter could be tasty, and orange in the frosting. Stay tuned! This one will definitely be back.

While the glaze does put them over-the-top, these beauties are so delicious they could stand alone…or with butter…or with maple syrup.

Pumpkin Rolls with Kashmiri Garam Masala


 18 Comments

  1. I made the recipe for the noncinnamon rolls over the weekend. They are the best cinnamon rolls I have ever eaten. They are fantastic in taste and texture. Really worth the time. If you use a breadmaker to do the dough it goes so fast and easy.

  2. j. says:

    this should be tagged “Asia” as well. especially with “Kashmiiri” in the actual name of the recipe.

    • Sherrie says:

      Thanks. Most people wouldn’t consider this recipe to be “Asian”, but geographically, the Kashmiri name would qualify. It’s added in now.

  3. Lynette says:

    I am going to have to try these. I recently made cinnamon rolls using quatre epices in place of the cinnamon and they were so good!

  4. Jeanne says:

    I’ve been looking at this recipe for quite a while and finally, late one Saturday night, started in on it. late being the key word here…. I reached in the drawer and pulled out Kashmiri Curry by mistake, but didn’t realize it until after the first pan was out of the oven! They still tasted pretty good, but I can’t wait to make them with the Garam Masala!

    • Sherrie says:

      It’s an easy mistake…especially late at night. One of our Spice Merchants put Kashmiri Curry (on purpose) in her pumpkin pie last year, and it was wonderful, so…

    • Dan says:

      Your story reminded me of an amusing story. At the FireStation some years ago, I had made some oatmeal for breakfast and sprinkled some good cinnamon on it. One of the guys commented on the aroma that was drifting around the kitchen and asked what I was eating. I told him what it was and he proceeded to make himself a bowl. Only problem is, he grabbed the cumin instead of the cinnamon! Unlike your mistake, his was totally inedible. Was a great joke around the Firehouse for a while!

  5. These rolls look soooo delicious! Love your thorough descriptions – you make it so much easier for culinary handicaps like me 🙂 Cheers!

  6. Jo says:

    Just made these and they are amazing! Really wonderful flavors-perfect sweet roll. Made them exactly as the recipe directed except for an additional approx. 1/2 cup more flour as the dough seemed overly moist during the initial kneading. My husband and I just spoiled our dinner eating too many of these fresh out of the oven! Completely worth it:)

  7. Melinda says:

    I’ve made these a few times over the last couple of years and they have made me look like a kitchen genius every time. They’re decadent, but amazing. I skimp a bit on the icing, in my opinion they don’t really need much. I do notice me esposo and our adult sons dipping theirs into the left overs in the fridge, though. 🙂

    Kashmiri Garam Masala is my favorite of your blends, it’s wonderful in so many things. Thank you for so generously sharing your recipes.

    • Sherrie says:

      Thank you! They are delicious, and Kashmiri Garam Masala is one of our favorite blends for baking. It’s also great with chocolate – such as in brownies or cookies – and makes a wonderful gingerbread or spice cake, too. We love to play with our food and share the tasty results with everyone. Thank you again!

      • Lisa Santy says:

        I made carrot cake with Kashmiri Garam Masala for my birthday last year and it was hands down the best carrot cake I’ve ever had. So moist and decadent!

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