Remember the Williams-Sonoma event I attended last month? Well, I have been saving this one recipe from the event. I have been waiting for just the right time to share it with all of you.
The fantastic gang at Williams-Sonoma whipped up this dessert in minutes and with one taste I knew I would make this recipe again and again. I asked the gang at Williams-Sonoma if I could share it with all of you and, of course, they said yes.
I think one week before Thanksgiving sounds like perfect timing to me to finally reveal this amazing recipe. This recipe will go down in Thanksgiving Day history. It is easy and delicious. What more could you ask for? Here it goes …
I typed the recipe up for you and attached it so you can either save the image onto your computer/phone or print it out and keep with the rest of your holiday recipes. Trust me, you will want to keep this recipe in a safe place. You will get requests to make these again.
One of the tips I learned from the Williams-Sonoma gang is to purchase Saigon Cinnamon whenever you can. What is Saigon Cinnamon you ask? Exactly, right? Cinnamon is cinnamon to me, but apparently there is much more to cinnamon then I thought.
Saigon Cinnamon is known as the finest, most flavorful cinnamon of all its varieties. I happened to purchase some Saigon Cinnamon to check it out for myself. When I opened the jar I noticed how rich the color was and how fragrant it smelled; definitely better than the cheap cinnamon I normally buy. With all the holiday baking coming up, investing in a good cinnamon is an investment well made and will only add a better, more distinct quality to all of your holiday baking and desserts. You should totally pick some up, I am glad I did.
Anyway, once you have cooked your Pumpkin Squares, with your specially added Saigon Cinnamon, this is how they should look. Talk about delish!
Here’s another close-up shot.
Aren’t they pretty?
You have to give these little goodies a try. They take minutes to pull together and with the busy holiday season, fast and simple is always the way to go.
Oh, and here’s a little tip. You can substitute the pumpkin butter for apple butter or cranberry relish. Keep everything else in the recipe the same and you can totally transform this recipe from season to season with ease. I think the Cranberry Squares would be perfect for Christmas. They rock! Enjoy.