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Well, the calendar flipped to my favorite month of the year- October! Not only do I love this month for all the gorgeous colors but also because it’s my birthday month! Woo-hoo! And not just any day in October, but THE DATE in October…the day all the little ghouls & goblins come knocking on the door for treats-Halloween! It’s the best day to have a birthday- you get to dress up, hand out candy and eat cake! I like to have a few snacks to munch on while passing out chocolate, so I am always looking for new baking ideas.
A popular ingredient this time of year is of course pumpkin, however, I wanted to make something that also had another flavor I hold near and dear and that is peanut butter. How could I put these two things together? Well, I decided to head to my local Price Chopper and check out their #BakingAdvantEdge section to get my creative juices going. I like the new Market Bistro in Latham, NY because it has a lot of options and it’s always well stocked.
Not only was I looking for my new Halloween snack inspiration, I was also shopping for our annual Oktoberfest party! We decided the year after we moved into our house we needed a gathering to bring all the neighbors together so we could get to know them better. After 14 years, it is still going strong, both party and close friendships! When I passed this display with fall corn, gourds, beer and Oktoberfest pretzels, I had to grab a box! Don’t they look awesome?
I decided to push the envelope a bit and get creative. I had a coupon for Pillsbury Crescent Rolls and when I passed the baking aisle, I caught a glimpse of Jif Peanut Butter. Hmmm…maybe if I added a little bit of pumpkin pie spice, this could be worth a test kitchen recipe! I wasn’t really sure how this would come out, but I was willing to take one for the team.
I grabbed 2 Tablespoons of Jif peanut butter
and 1/2 tsp. of Pumpkin Pie Spice mix (I started with 1/4 tsp. , but it wasn’t enough)
Then mixed them together in a small bowl.
I opened the crescent rolls and placed them on a parchment paper lined tray.
Using the back of my spoon, I spread about 1 tsp. of the peanut butter spice mixture onto the triangles, rolled them up and baked according to the package directions.
Once out of the oven, I barely let them cool- I wanted to try them right away! And, wow- they came out so good! I was pleasantly surprised and I know this will now be one of my new fall favorites to enjoy with a glass of milk or a nice hot cup of tea. If you are looking for a recipe that is not quite pumpkin and not quite peanut butter, this is it.
Now I am eager to check out Price Chopper’s Fall Pinterest pages– they always have great ideas for the holidays! Every thing from easy recipes to decorating ideas. And you know what would help you get a super head start and make all your holiday baking easier? How about a chance to win a Kitchen Aid Mixer and $100 Price Chopper Gift Card? I know I couldn’t live without my Kitchen Aid – it has made my holiday baking SO much easier! Well, the fine folks at Price Chopper are giving away 10 mixers and gift cards to ten randomly chosen recipes! You can enter your inspirational recipe anytime between now and Nov. 1st! Good Luck!
Peanut Butter Pumpkin Pie Spice Snack Roll Ups
2 Tbsp. Peanut Butter (Jif)
1/2 tsp. Pumpkin Pie Spice Mix
1 can Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
Combine peanut butter and spice mix.
Open crescent rolls and place separated triangles on parchment lined tray.
spread 1 tsp. of peanut butter mixture over triangle.
Roll up and place into preheated oven. Cook according to package directions.
Remove from oven and enjoy!
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