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I remember when I was in 12th grade and we had to take a bus to what we called the tech center.
The tech center is where older students could learn a trade for half of their school day. I was in the cosmetology class while a handful of my friends were in the food technologies class.
Well, on our bus ride home one of my friends who was in the food tech class brought a pumpkin roll that she had made that day onto the bus. She graciously shared it with everyone and boy oh boy was it ever good! That was the first pumpkin roll that i had ever had and that memory has still stuck with me 🙂
I had to learn how to make a glorious pumpkin roll on my own and that is exactly what I did. I also began to question if I was in the wrong class since those food kids were getting to make and eat all kinds of goodies. Granted, I could wax a mean eyebrow but still.
I grew up to make pumpkin rolls like a pro and my husband gobbles them up each year as they are his favorite treat. Enjoy!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Betty Crocker.
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Quick Tip: You can make pumpkin rolls, wrap them in foil, and freeze them!