Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls with Maple Frosting

We haven't had much Fall weather here so far and it looks like the beginning of November is going to be warm too.  This hasn't stopped me from making Fall food though and these rolls are everyone's favorites.
You can find the recipe here:  http://octoberfarm.blogspot.com/2012/10/pumpkin-cinnamon-rolls-with-maple.html

After the dough has risen,  you plop it out on a floured counter.

Split it in half.

Make the filling.

Roll each half out into a 24 X 12 inch rectangle.

Spread each half with the filling.

Roll each half into a long log.

Cut it into 8 equal pieces.

Place them in greased and paper lined pans.  I put 7 in each pan so they were not squeezed in and baked the extras in small oven proof bowls.  Bake them at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes.
While they are baking, make the icing.

Remove them from the oven when they are starting to turn golden.

Drizzle with the icing while they are still warm.


Kay said…
This looks so scrumptious!
Bee Haven Bev said…
Oh my goodness, my mouth is watering!!!!
Susan said…
I'll be right over....
Anonymous said…
We don't have pumpkin puree here but these are good without it too :-)

Have a great day!
Jim said…
I am learning to eat before I read your posts!! I just did.
But would these ever go nicely with a hot cup of tea!!
You know you are cruel, right?!! lol
Guillaume said…
Pumpkin and maple syrup in a roll? I'm sold!
Dog Trot Farm said…
Oh my...you have outdone yourself...delicious!!!
:) Save me some, okay? Make sure Teddy knows it's friend, not foe at the front door. I'm just down the street out here is California.. *EXTREMELY HEAVY SIGH*
PERFECT for this time of year!
chickpea678 said…
Gosh. Those look SO good.