Cinnamon toast, but make it pumpkin! This fun twist on the classic will have you reliving your childhood in a fun, fall way!
Who else had cinnamon toast all the time as a kid?! My mom would make it for us, and then when we were a bit older, we made it for ourselves. It's probably the first thing I learned how to cook since it's so easy!
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Will it pumpkin spice?
You know those videos where people put different foods into a waffle iron and ask, "will it waffle?" well thats how I approached this recipe. Will it pumpkin spice? Yes! This recipe was easy to give the pumpkin spice makeover to. You will only need a few extra ingredients and swaps and it literally ends up tasting like pumpkin pie! So good.
What are the ingredients?
Sliced brioche bread: I love brioche for cinnamon toast because of it's fluffiness and slight sweetness. It's perfect for this recipe!
Unsalted butter: I like unsalted butter instead of salted butter for this recipe so that you can be in better control of the salt! A pinch of kosher salt is all you'll need to counteract the sugar and brioche.
Pumpkin Puree: You gotta have a little pumpkin in your pumpkin spice toast! Grab the pumpkin puree, not pumpkin pie filling.
Sugar: Granulated sugar, not powdered.
Pumpkin Spice: Of course! You can find pumpkin pie spice at any grocery store nowadays.
Kosher Salt: Just a pinch!
Plain old white bread will do just fine! You want something light and fluffy.
You can...but I hope you don't! The pumpkin adds a nice creaminess and a very subtle flavor. If you really don't want to add it, you can leave it out.
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Pumpkin Spice Cinnamon Toast
- Baking sheet
- Cooling rack
- 6 Slices brioche bread
- ¼ Cup unsalted butter softened
- ¼ Cup pumpkin puree
- ¼ Cup granulated sugar
- ½ Teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
- ¼ Teaspoon cinnamon
- Pinch of kosher salt
- Pre heat oven to 350 degrees.
- Add the the softened butter, pumpkin puree, sugar, pumpkin pie spice, cinnamon and a pinch of salt and mix well. Taste and adjust to your preference.
- Spread the butter mixture on each piece of bread, all the way to the edges.
- Arrange the bread on a baking sheet and bake for 10 minutes, or until the bread is toasted. Broil for an additional 2 minutes until the sugar is bubbling.
- Transfer the toast to a cooling rack so that the bottoms don't get soggy and cool slightly before cutting into triangles.
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