Williams-Sonoma Pumpkin Squares, super moist and delicious. A Williams-Sonoma recipe using Muirhead Pecan Pumpkin Butter. The only pumpkin square recipe you'll ever need!
Ever walk into a Williams-Sonoma store and find the most lovely fragrance of pumpkin wafting through the air? It just draws you in and makes you want to try to figure out where that wonderful smell is coming from. And if you're lucky, you might find that some employee has just baked a batch of what they call "Simple Fall Dessert Squares" using the Muirhead Pecan Pumpkin Butter that they sell in store and set out samples for the customers to try! How convenient, right? And irresistible. It gets me every time and I can never leave the store without purchasing a jar or two!
The original recipe is available at Williams-Sonoma stores. But its really so wonderful, I thought I'd post it here for you to try. So wonderful in fact, that they were a big hit when I recently took them to a gathering of friends. And when I was asked for the recipe I had to confess that it wasn't even my recipe but that it was from Williams-Sonoma!
If you want to give them a try, you'll first need to pick up a jar of the star ingredient: Muirhead Pecan Pumpkin Butter available at Williams-Sonoma so you can make a batch of these three layer wonders for yourself.
Note: I am not being paid, by any stretch of the imagination, for my glowing endorsement of this recipe or of this product! lol I just truly love these pumpkin squares!
Mix up the first layer of the Williams-Sonoma Pumpkin Squares and spread it out over the bottom of a baking sheet.
Next, make the second layer and spread it our over the first.
Now mix up the topping and spread it over the rest.
Into the Oven It Goes:
Put it into a pre-heated 350 degree oven and bake for 40 minutes! Wait a little while for it to cool before you cut it. It's that easy. And now you have that same wonderful pumpkin smell wafting through your home!
Super moist and delicious, Williams-Sonoma Pumpkin Squares are the perfect fall dessert to take to a gathering, or to eat yourself! They are dangerously addicting. So be ready to share them with your friends and family or freeze them to make them less accessible! But actually, they the perfect little sneaky treats because they are soft enough to eat right out of the freezer. So Baker beware!