We left a few out to try, but actually froze the rest (hoping they turn out ok)! Because we were freezing, we opted not to glaze/frost them (yet). We made two batches (doubled the recipe) and it yielded just shy of 30. Again, it all depends on what size you want to make these.
So, if you’re in need of a new pumpkin recipe, give these little pumpkin turnover/pop tart things a try. They really weren’t too difficult and are definitely something fun & different from just regular ‘ole pumpkin pie.
Do you have any fun & different pumpkin recipes that you love?
**UPDATE*: Both my friend and I have tried some of the ones that we froze. Verdict: Awesome! You can thaw just a bit in the microwave and then toast–just like a pop tart. How great it would be to make up a whole batch now to have ready for a hectic Thanksgiving or Christmas morning! And, on another note, these would be great to take over to a new mom. A simple, convenient breakfast or dessert treat that comes in individual servings (I don’t know about you, but in those post-partum weeks, I found myself eating at all kinds of weird times and it was super convenient to have individual portioned items!).**
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