During fall and winter, it is all things pumpkin! In our house there is never a shortage of pumpkin anything and every year I try to create a new recipe! In comes the Pumpkin Marshmallow Tart! I made one of these for a get-together I was hosting and let me tell you – one was not enough!!
It takes SIX simple ingredients! The only thing you really have to do it mix the sugar and the pumpkin pie mix. The rest is just assembling and baking.
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Set out your pie crust to come to room temperature. I use Pillsbury pie crust – I mean, why try to reinvent what they have perfected! Roll out on a baking stone (or any oven-safe platter of your choice). Using your fingers, pinch the edges to create a small edge. Bake according to package directions for 5 minutes.
Blend together your pumpkin pie mix and sugar. I just used a spoon but you can whip it with a beater if you want. Sprinkle with marshmallows, chocolate chips and butterscotch chips. You can also try different variations with different baking chips! I’m thinking the Butterfinger baking chips would be heavenly in this!
Pop that beauty in the oven and bake according to the pie crust package directions! Mine took about 15-17 minutes. After it’s done, let it cool slightly and cut into eight slices with a pizza cutter!
I LOVE the way this turned out and by the reaction of my crowd, so did they! They wanted me to whip them up another one while they were there!
How do you like cooking with pumpkin? What’s your favorite pumpkin recipe? I hope this one becomes one of your new favorites. I’ve included an easy recipe card that you can print so you can save it for next year! Or you can bookmark my site so you always know where to find it. OR you can PIN the image below!
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