Our famous Pecan Pumpkin Butter is back! Nothing says fall like this rich, luscious spread, which gives desserts a sensationally seasonal flavor. The treat has a loyal following and is even a personal favorite of our founder, Chuck Williams. Here are some of our favorite ways to use it!
- Pumpkin Butter Oats: Stir into oatmeal and top with golden raisins and nuts
- Pumpkin Fruit Dip: Use as a sweet dip for apple or pear wedges
- Pecan-Pumpkin Baked Brie: Spread on baked Brie and sprinkle with pecans
- Pumpkin Sticky Buns: Use as a filling for sticky buns to bake a warm, seasonal treat
- Chocolate-Pumpkin Sundae: Swirl into vanilla ice cream and drizzle with warm chocolate sauce
|Pumpkin Butter Fool
This simple dessert comes together in just a few minutes. Whip the cream until it forms firm peaks, then swirl in pecan pumpkin butter for a rich, beautiful treat.
|Classic Pecan Pumpkin Butter Pie
This pie’s filling is a snap to prepare with our pecan pumpkin butter — just add a couple of simple ingredients and mix. Use our precision cutters to top your dessert with beautiful decorations that would make any pastry chef proud.
|Pecan Pumpkin Filled Pancakes
Filled with a luscious blend of cream cheese and pecan pumpkin butter, these pancakes make a special treat for cool autumn mornings. Serve the pancakes with a pat of butter for a perfect finish.
|Pumpkin Pots de Crème
Here, pecan pumpkin butter gives classic pots de crème a seasonal spin. With a touch of grated orange zest and nutmeg, it’s packed with fall flavors.
|Pumpkin Cream Cookie Sandwiches
For a fun twist on the traditional sandwich cookie, a cream cheese filling flavored with pecan pumpkin butter is tucked between chewy ginger-molasses cookies. They’re perfect for Halloween parties and other autumn get-togethers.
Subtly sweet and perfectly spiced, pumpkin is the signature flavor of fall! This year, we looked to some of our best pumpkin food products to bake an array of autumnal treats. Read on for creative ways to use our classics and bring a taste of the season to your table.
|Pumpkin Quick Bread
What could be more enticing than the aroma of spiced pumpkin bread studded with pecans emerging from the oven? Our quick bread mixneeds no finessing (though a dusting of powdered sugar never hurts).
As much as we love sweet berries and stone fruits, we’re looking forward to a new season of baking! Enjoy early autumn’s gems in these gorgeous treats.
|Apple and Cranberry Galette
This beautiful open-faced pastry, with scarlet cranberries nestled among golden apple slices, is a gorgeous finale for a harvest (or holiday!) meal.
|Pumpkin Cream Cookie Sandwiches
For a fun twist on the traditional sandwich cookie, a cream cheese filling flavored with pecan pumpkin butter is tucked between chewy ginger-molasses cookies. They’re perfect for Halloween parties!
|Spiced Pear Tarte Tatin
Traditional Tarte Tatin uses apples and a classic pastry crust, but this delicious variation substitutes pears and flaky puff pastry. Crystallized ginger packs a gentle heat and plays against the pears’ sweet, floral flavor.
|Brown Sugar-Cranberry Oat Muffins
Studded with tart cranberries and packed with wholesome oats, these delicious muffins bake up moist, with nicely rounded, golden-brown tops.
|Autumn Fruit Strudel
Here, a mix of fresh and dried fruits is tucked into layers of flaky phyllo dough for an easy, lightened up dessert.
|Spiced Cider Doughnuts
You may wonder if making your own doughnuts is worth the effort. Just one bite of these sugar-glazed deep-fried treats will prove it is. The spicy flavor is sure to bring back memories of crisp autumn mornings and relaxing breakfasts in flannel pajamas.
|Cranberry & Pear Crumble
Warm, gooey, sweet-tart pears and cranberries covered with a spiced crumble topping — this is the ultimate no-fuss fall dessert. Don’t forget vanilla ice cream for serving.
|Salted Caramel Apple Pie
A traditional autumn favorite — apple pie — gets a modern twist here with the addition of salted caramel. A lattice crust makes it pretty enough for a special occasion.
|Brandied Apple Cake with Figs and Walnuts
Loaded with apple chunks, dried fruit and nuts, here is a not-overly-sweet cake that can be enjoyed for breakfast, afternoon tea or as a casual dessert when topped with whipped cream.
|Cranberry Chess Tart
With its simple custardy buttermilk filling, chess pie is a classic dessert of the American South. This updated version is baked in a square tart pan and includes sweet-tart cranberries and orange zest, giving it a festive twist for the fall and winter tables.
|Deconstructed Apple Crisp with Buttermilk Ice Cream
Here, Liz Williams, Pastry Supervisor at Tennessee’s Blackberry Farm, gives the classic apple crisp a creative makeover: The topping is transformed into oatmeal cookies that are served atop the apple filling in individual bowls. A scoop of buttermilk ice cream adds the perfect finishing touch.
This delicately flavored tart is filled with vanilla-poached pears and brandy-spiked custard, then topped with sugary toasted almonds. It makes an elegant finale for a fall gathering.