In the world of blogging who the hell doesn’t love an Autumn pumpkin recipe? I am a sucker for a mini treat, especially when it’s a) super easy to make and b) seasonal. There’s something special about a recipe when it’s appropriate for the time of year.
I found this recipe on BBC Good Food (a great British website full of easy and tasty recipes) so admittedly these aren’t my own creation. They looked so yummy I had to give them a go!
pumpkin purée (if you’re in England this can usually be found down the world foods isle, often in the American section),
I made four of these treats so ensure you adjust your ingredients according to how many you’re making.
Cut the marshmallows so they are half the size of your ginger biscuits. The reason you want to do this is because they will double in size when in the oven (well at least mine did first time round). Place the marshmallows onto the ginger biscuits. In a small bowl/cup, mix a couple of tablespoons of pumpkin purée with approximately a teaspoon of cinnamon. Spread this mixture onto the other ginger biscuits. Place the two biscuits together and bake in an oven pre-heated to 175 degrees celsius for around two minutes, or until the marshmallows appear slightly brown.
Let them cool down a bit and enjoy! These little treats are full of wonderful Autumnal spice flavours and are fit for a Halloween party or for tucking into on a chilly evening.