Pumpkin Rosemary Knots

These pumpkin rosemary knots are a delicious side dish doused with garlic flavor. Add them to your fall meal!

Let’s talk knots. Not the kind in your shoelaces but the oh-so-delicious kind you eat. I’ve mentioned before how I’m pretty sure the pizzeria lady down the street has a crush on Ulysses and any time he picks up the pizza he comes home with a handful of garlic knots, gratis. Well dear pizza lady, you’ve got nothing on these bad boys.

This recipe is actually from Ashley, but I changed a few things. Check out her post for the method (it’s super easy) and step by step instructions, but I added 1 tablespoon minced fresh rosemary, used half whole wheat pastry flour/AP flour and subbed maple syrup for agave.

Pumpkin Rosemary Knots

They came out so good! I loved the addition of rosemary to give them a bit more of a savory kick and the olive oil/garlic topping makes them better than any pizzeria joint’s you’ll taste. Just make sure you’re significant other is eating them with you. *garlic breath!!*

Pumpkin Rosemary Bread Knots

Pumpkin Rosemary Garlic Knots

I actually saved half the dough for pizza tonight and this made 11 knots. There are only 3 left today. Oops.

They go really well with a glass of red wine, on the couch, as you’re waiting for you husband to come home because at 7:15pm you call and his response is “oh wow, I didn’t even realize what time it is, I’m leaving now.” (<—really?!) Funny, that never happens to me at work.

Pumpkin Garlic Knots

Are you drooling?

Good. Mission accomplished then. Make them!

90 Comments

  1. Melissa
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  2. LaRae
    Im dying for some of these! This is like the fourth giveaway I've entered for them! Hahah! I already follow you on twitter :)
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  3. LaRae
    I would absolutely adore the super skinny sparkly gold head band! It's adorable! And gold is my favorite color. Thank you for hosting this giveaway!
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  4. Amanda
    These headbands are adorable! I had sort of given up on them since I haven't found any that actually stay in place, but these sound great. I love the thick Sara's pink and white polka dot one!
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  5. Grubarazzi (@Grubarazzi)
    Oh man, I'm always looking for headbands that stay put. Every morning during my run the last thing I want to do is fidget with my slipping head band. These are too cool. Following you on twitter now (I was already following you on facebook :) Those rosemary pumpkin knots are da bomb!
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  6. Hayley @ Oat Couture
    I need a job where I love it so much I lose track of the time!! And those knots look amazing, I reeeeally want to make them but Luke hates garlic (I know!!) and I think the garlic is definitely a necessary ingredient! :/ Next time he takes a trip! :)
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  7. Allie
    Just came across you through Jen's photography competition, so hey friendly competitor! I made the non-pumpkin version of those garlic knots, and they were so much fun! And tasty. Would have been better with red wine though :D And I am absolutely in love with the lime green sparkly headband. I love glitter. I love green. I love things that stand out in my already obnoxious hair.
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  8. Jen @ Light Enough to Travel
    I also went to their Etsy store and I like either the brown & white flowered one or the black & white flowered one. I'm predictable. LOL Voting is open, Gina, so feel free to send your readers on over!
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  9. Marisa
    I checked out their Etsy site... One of my favorites is the "Chrissy the trainer THICK headband 1.5" one. Its so cute... they all are.
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  10. Amy
    I'd go for the Turquoise Swirl or the Brown and White Flowered headbands. Those are my kind of speed. I'm still stunned that anyone found a solution to the constantly migrating headband. Bravo!
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