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Pumpkin Rosemary Knots

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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!

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sinddy

Monday 7th of November 2011

wow i love it!

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Monday 7th of November 2011

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Monday 7th of November 2011

[...] hopefully you all had a lovely weekend. Here’s what went on around here in case you missed it.Pumpkin rosemary knots and a Chickbands review & GIVEAWAY <—you can enter until 9pm tonight!Pear banana cinnamon smoothie wherein I talk about [...]

Amy

Sunday 6th of November 2011

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!

Diane

Sunday 6th of November 2011

I liked Chickbands on facebook!

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