Grateful, Thankful, Blessed

Thanksgiving is a season of thanks, giving, and turkey!  It’s truly my most favorite time of the year.  It’s right before all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season.  No I haven’t started my Christmas shopping, no my tree is not up, no I don’t have my Thanksgiving spread ready.  And that’s okay.

God keeps reminding me to be still…this is a time we should be basking in all the things He has blessed us with.  Soaking up all the things we should be thankful for that maybe we take for granted the rest of the year.  Here are some things I wanted to share with you that I am very grateful for…

My husband.  Erik is my biggest blessing.  When I have a bad day or am in one of my “tude’s” {diva moment} he always knows how to bring me back to reality.  We are so different, yet so much alike.  He is so supportive and encouraging to me through my work, ideas, Southern Detour and life in general.  Most importantly, he is a Godly man.  I always prayed for the Lord to send me someone like him.  He cares for others, leads by example and prays for his family.  I am so thankful for our marriage.


My family and friends.  God knew what he was doing when he handpicked all the people in my life.  I have a big family {see previous blog post to meet them}!  They are all different and unique, but we find a way to work together and keep our family close.  I’ve never been one of those girls with a lot of best friends.  I only have a few friends that I hold close to my heart.  They are trustworthy, true, and special to me.  The people in my life are certainly at the top of my “thanksgiving” list.




My job.  I’ve learned in my 6 years working, NO job is perfect.  I listen to clients all day, everyday open up to me about their jobs, relationships, and lives.  There are always going to be days you wake up and feel like “Heck, I really don’t want to go to work today.”  We all go to work for the money {honestly}.  We have to have it to survive and support our family.  Even though every job has it’s cons, I am thankful my job has some really good pros to outweigh them.  I am a hairstylist.  I have a great clientele of all ages.  Without them, I honestly don’t know what I would do.  I am so thankful the Lord has blessed me with all of these ladies, gents and children!  The relationships I have with my clients make my job that much more enjoyable.


The little things.  In today’s society, it’s so easy to get bogged down and focus on all the negativity around us.  I scroll through Facebook everyday and always, always see a disheartening, sad, frightening article on the news.  Flip the TV on; profanity, cruel talk, disgusting scenes everywhere.  Sometimes it’s even the commercial instead of the show we’re watching.  I find myself often getting caught up in being frustrated, annoyed, and drained from everything around us.  Then God steps in and reminds me, He is bigger than all this world has to offer.  This is our temporary home.  God may just send me a sunny day, an encouraging conversation with a client, Jax {our pup} excited to see me when I get home {okay that’s everyday, but still}, a Bible verse, a warm cup of coffee, breakfast with my husband, my car that starts when I turn it on, running water in our home, warm clothes when it’s chilly outside, or a sweet text from a friend.  Instead of focusing on these big news stories, negativity, things not going exactly how we’d planned; let’s try to look for the little things in life.  I can pretty much guarantee you can find one little, tiny thing everyday to be thankful for.  And let’s be real, these are the big things in life.

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My health.  I am so thankful I can wake up every morning, get out of bed and walk, breathe with no problem and the ability to think about my day.  I know I often take for granted my health when life gets so busy and hectic.  Sometimes it takes God slowing us down physically to remind us to be still and truly appreciate our health.  There are so many people dealing with major sickness and disease.  I am thankful this holiday season, I have my health.  I hope to strive everyday not to take it for granted.


On a lighter note, FOOD!  Don’t lie, you know when you think “Thanksgiving”, images of turkey and dressing, green bean casserole and pie float around in your head!  I have always been a lover of food.  I blame it on growing up in the South.  Our food is the best!  Without it, we would perish, right?!  I am thankful for yummy, delicious, decadent meals!  And a momma that can cook like nobodies business!  Amen.


I’m also thankful for fall weather, beautiful horses, cameras to capture our moments in life, mountain trips, the hobby of shopping, coffee, a good nap, laughter {it’s the magic medicine of life}, and I could go on and on and on and on.


The Lord has blessed me abundantly and I acknowledge Him in all aspects of my life.  Also, I’m thankful for you, taking time to read my blog!  I can’t wait to see where Southern Detour takes me!  I believe it’s a door Christ opened for me.  I don’t know where it will lead, but I’m looking forward to this journey!  I do hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family and loved ones.  Don’t eat too much turkey and pie {who am I kidding? you could never do that}!  I’d like to challenge you to take a moment and count your blessings.  Some may be big, some small, but they are all important and make our life worth living.  Happy Thanksgiving!



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“Farewell Fall”

Fall {my favorite time of year} is leaving us too soon!  I always love the beautiful colors, soft breeze, and the fall fashion makes me swoon!  I recently had my first fashion photo shoot for Southern Detour.  Sweet E Photography {my sis-in-law} did a great job!  Thankfully, we kept it light-hearted and laughed at me looking awkwardly silly trying these “fashion” poses.  I have much to learn.

I want to share with you two of my favorite fall styles.  Thankfully, Jennifer knows what she’s doing and got some great pictures of her goofy subject!


I love this casual look.  I am southern, country and happiest in my blue jeans.  I love a flowy, loose-fitting top, especially if it has a bohemian flair!  I snagged these camel colored, suede booties last week!  They literally go with everything!  They can be dressy or casual.  The low heel is important for me because I stand all day and need a comfortable shoe.  I will pretty much accent any outfit with turquoise!  It’s my favorite color and gem.

Blouse {Similar} Belk | Jeans Anthropologie | Booties {sold out of camel, but they come in 4 other colors} Nordstrom | Necklace Vestique


I could wear this Cowgirl in the Sand dress everyday.  It has all my favorite colors {they just happen to suit fall perfectly}, it’s so comfy, a great length, and goes with my favorite classic red lipstick!  This look would also be adorable with brown tights and a cute faux fur vest when it gets chilly enough!  So many options.  It is such an amazing dress AND only $38.  There goes more turquoise {I can’t help myself}!  The booties I have on are so unique and feel like you’re walking on a cloud!  They are actually cute boots from a comfort brand {that’s a first}!

Dress Umgee | Booties {NOW on Sale!} Dillard’s | Tassel Bracelet {Similar} Etsy | Earrings {Similar} Dillard’s | Elephant Bracelet Etsy | Lipstick Target

I will be incorporating these looks into my winter style for sure {especially my turquoise}!  I hope these styles have encouraged you to put your own unique twist on every outfit you wear.  Make it your own!  It’s how I express myself and has a lot to do with my mood for the day.  Happy shopping, ladies!



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Stitch Fix Review #2

I just got my second Stitch Fix yesterday!  What is it that makes these lovely boxes on our front porch so wonderful and exciting?!  It’s like Santa came early!  I got home from work late and we were hurrying to meet my family for dinner.  I just couldn’t wait…took the box with us and opened it in the truck {Erik rolling his eyes as I squeal with joy}.


I really liked everything I got this time too!  My stylist left me another sweet little note.  I would highly recommend if you sign up for this service to link a Pinterest account/board and be very detailed when communicating with your stylist.  I made sure to leave her my Instagram account and blog website.  Any way they can get to know you better, chances are you will like your “fix” better!

My first item was an Andrea Hammered Metal Bead Stretch Bracelet by Bay to Baubles.


I pretty much only wear stretchy bracelets.  This one is perfect for me because I can wear it to work.  It’s not clinky or clunky {those are words, right?}.  Plus, I mostly wear gold jewelry.  I’m getting this little boho gem!

Next, I got a Lucio Henley Blouse by Alice Blue.


I adore this print!  It’s flowy with a western flair!  So cute.  Unfortunately, it was a little snug around the bottom hem.  Farewell, Lucio Henley Blouse {tear}.

Then, {my favorite} the Malta Open Cardigan by Market & Spruce.


Gracious, everybody needs this cardigan.  It’s super soft {has a percentage of angora cashimere}, cozy and all things good.  It’s definitely going with me on our upcoming trip!

Next, I got the Alvar Bead Detail Top by Papermoon.


I loved the bohemian flair on this one!  Plus, I’m a sucker for olive green!  The material is very dainty and soft.  I’m still undecided if this one is staying with me or not though {hmmm}!

Last, was the Kate Distressed Boyfriend Jean by Kut From The Kloth.


I still can’t believe how great these fit me!  I’ve never had a pair of these so called “boyfriend” jeans, but have wanted some!  I love how they’re distressed and casual looking.  Plus, you can adjust the bottom rolls.  Soft, love the wash…these are a keeper!

Overall, my second fix was a huge success!  I’ve yet to really dislike anything I received.  I think this is such a fun way to shop!  Another advantage…it’s made me cut back on my online shopping in between!  I look forward to my “fix” so I don’t shop much in the meantime!  Let me know if you have any questions!

If you’re ready to try Stitch Fix out too, here’s the link ==> Start your style quiz now!



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Pecan Pie Bars

With the holidays approaching, I wanted to share an easy recipe to take to your family, work, or church dinner!  It’s yummy, buttery, and need I say more?

I love pecan pie {I get it from my momma}.  Actually, I love pie in general.

Pecan pie is gooey, crumbly, and a little messy right?  These pecan pie bars are so easy to cut at home.  Everyone can grab one {or two} for dessert {no mess} after {or before} dinner!!


First, you start with the “crust.”  It’s always one of my favorite parts of pecan pie!  While it’s baking you start caramelizing the pecan mixture.


When the crust is finished baking, you immediately pour the pecan filling over it!


Mouth watering yet?  Bake all that golden goodness and here is your reward…


After it completely cools {trust me, it will feel like eternity}.  Go clean, fold laundry, take a shower, keep yourself busy for goodness sake.  Then cut into whatever size squares your little heart desires.


Seriously, they are so yummy.  You’ve got to try these!  I know they’ll be a big hit at your holiday party!




You can find the original recipe at And They Cooked Happily Ever.


For crust:

2 sticks unsalted butter, softened

2/3 cup packed brown sugar

2 2/3 cups of all-purpose flour

1/2 tsp. of salt


For topping:

1 stick unsalted butter, softened

1 cup packed light brown sugar

1/3 cup of honey

2 Tbsp. heavy whipping cream

2 cups chopped pecans


  1. Preheat the oven to 350 and line a 9×13 in. cake pan with foil, leaving enough for a 2 in. overhang on all sides (I sprayed my foil with non-stick cooking spray just in case).
  2. First make the crust by creaming together the butter and brown sugar.  Add in the flour and salt and mix until crumbly.
  3. Press the crust into the foil-lined pan and bake for 20 min. until golden.
  4. While crust bakes, prepare the filling by combining the butter, brown sugar, honey and heavy cream in a saucepan on medium heat. Simmer the mixture for 1 minute, then stir in the chopped pecans.
  5. Remove the crust from the oven and immediately pour the pecan filling over the hot crust spreading it to cover the entire surface.
  6. Return the pan to the oven and bake an additional 20 min.
  7. Remove from the oven and allow the bars to fully cool in the pan.
  8. Use the foil overhang to remove the bars from the pan and transfer to a cutting board.  Peel off the foil and slice into bars.


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It’s Tradition, Scrumptious, and Southern

Every year my grandad has a family BBQ.  It’s tradition {since my mom was a little girl}, scrumptious, and southern as it gets.  You don’t see many people in the south barbecue their own hogs at home much anymore.  My dad has been barbecuing hogs for church events and the family BBQ for 30 years.


He is basically a BBQ legend.  Well, at least to our family.  He even makes a secret homemade BBQ sauce that is to die for {okay, maybe not literally, but you get the point}.


My dad built this cooker almost 28 years ago.  It’s fed many families and hungry bellies!


Yes that is the pigs head.  My face is saying “Ew, gross, weird, but I do love BBQ!”

The guys start breakfast at 7am.  My mom always makes delish sides for the BBQ feast and I bring a dessert or two {I’ll be sharing the Pecan Pie Bars I brought this year on the blog this week}!  We invite old friends, new friends and family from all over!  It’s a great time of fellowship!



It’s always just chilly enough to have a small fire.  We enjoy each other’s company all afternoon.  The kids go fishing in the pond.  The ladies share recipes and catch up on old times.


The guys talk hunting, trucks, tractors and everything manly.


I am always so thankful for days like this.  It’s the small talk, keeping the tradition going, and the best BBQ you could ask for.  At the end of the day, we all leave blessed, sleepy and full.

What type of tradition does your family share?



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10 inches later…

So I’ve been talking about chopping my hair off for close to a year now.  Long hair is a love/hate kind of relationship.  I’m going to give you a reason for every inch I cut off:

  1. Headaches.
  2. I could never wear it up anymore without getting a headache.  I felt like my styles were so limited.
  3. It didn’t look as healthy as I would like.
  4. It took me an hour to shampoo and style my hair {ain’t nobody got time for that}.
  5. ZERO volume, always.
  6. It would hardly ever hold curl anymore {which my hair normally does really well}.
  7. Sometimes Erik would roll over on it at night {ouch}!
  8. Having to use a ton {basically literally} of shampoo.
  9. It was SO tangly.  All the time.
  10. Big one, it was trying to strangle me at night.

Therefore, I proceeded to chop the locks!  There is something so wonderful about doing a big change to your hair {coming from a hairstylist myself}!  It’s one of my favorite parts of my job!  Getting to make women feel beautiful in their own skin and hair!  ***However, I DO NOT recommend doing a big change until YOU are completely ready.  I put a lot of thought and reasoning into cutting my hair.  I was beyond ready.  I even dreamed about it, twice.  Hysterical waking up and thinking all your hair is gone.***



Here is the long before.  So long.  Now the fun part!  I have a trusty hairstylist, Ashley!  She does an amazing job on my hair every time!  Communication is “key” with your hairstylist, ladies!


That is pure joy gleaming from my face!  I literally felt like an airhead.  Laugh if you want!  I could not believe how heavy all that hair really was!  My head feels so much lighter!

After a little color and finishing touches on the cut, voilà!



My color here looks caramel-ly.  Oh light, why do you do this to me?


I may have taken a few selfies after!  I just couldn’t help myself!


This is my proud friend and hairstylist, Ashley!  Thank you, again, if you’re reading this!

I would call this haircut the popular LOB {A.K.A. long bob}.  I can’t wait to try different ways of styling it and share some with y’all!

This is called my “I woke up like this” style.


But really though.  It still doesn’t look half bad after I slept like a crazy person.

So happy I could share this with you all!  Let me know if you ladies have any questions regarding my color or cut!  Also, if you need some reasoning before you do a big change, I’m here for ya!



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The Glue That Holds Everything Together

I have no idea how I’m going to fit my big, funny, crazy family into one blog post.  Family is the glue that holds everything together and the foundation of your life.  I am so thankful for the good Lord above blessing me with these people.  Many of you will know them, but for the ones that don’t, you’re in for a treat.  There is never a dull moment with my family!


These are my people.  The ones I love dearly.

Let’s start with the backbone of our family {A.K.A. dad or Paul}.


Even as I kid, I can remember him working all hours of the day to provide for us.  My dad owns a landscape business and a garden center.  He has always provided for his family, not only financially, but with his guidance.  He always points us in the right direction, keeping our path straight.  He makes sure we know right from wrong and how to be generous.  Most of all, he took us to church every time the doors were open.  I will forever be eternally grateful to him for that.  He instilled in me a foundation that cannot and will not be shaken.  He’s stubborn, loud, sarcastic, strong, loud, honest, blunt, smart, and loud.  We love him anyways.

Then you have my mom, Regina, {the one that keeps us all in line}.


She is lovely, sweet, kind, beautiful and giving.  She was always, ALWAYS, there for me growing up.  She never missed anything.  She made sure we had what we needed and were there when we needed to be.  My mom takes care of everyone before herself.  She has always been that way.  She has a heart for others.  She’s also feisty, bluntly truthful, and sassy.  She is one of a kind.  She is everything a mother should be and beyond.  I am so thankful as I grow older, we become closer.  Our friendship is precious to me.


My brother {Kurt}, will always be my little brother, even though he’s all grown up now.  He’s funny, spontaneous and witty.  He helps my dad with the family landscaping business.  He loves anything that runs with a motor.  Wanna see his cool toys?  Check him out on Instagram {@kurtismew}.  His pride and joy is his 1970 Chevrolet C10 custom truck…AND his wife {Jennifer}, of course.  I have a wonderful sister-in-law.  She is thoughtful, pretty, and kind.  She is the best kindergarten teacher in the world.  So thankful for these two.


Then there’s this wild thing, my sister {Kirsten}.  She’s beautiful and lively.  She loves {really, really loves} horses.  They are her passion and life.  She was riding before she could walk.  She is an aspiring horsewoman and is certainly going places in the horse world.  Check her out on Facebook ==> Just Believe Horsemanship.  She is a junior and homeschooled.  We are 9 years apart, but still manage to have a close bond.  There is nothing like having a sister.


Saving the best for last {do I get brownie points for that?!}, is my husband {Erik}.  He is handsome, old-fashioned, simple, and caring.  He works for our local telephone cooperative during the day and turns horseman in the afternoons.  We’ve been married for 3 years.  When we met, he began spending time around the horses.  He fell in love with horsemanship and the lifestyle.  I am so proud of him and his accomplishments.  A couple that stays together supports each other in all aspects.  I adore him and our life together.  He is my best friend.

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You didn’t really think I was going to leave this cute face out, did you?  This is Jax, our sweet pup.  He is 5 years old.  He’s rotten beyond words.

You’ll be seeing all of these people a lot on the blog.  They are the ones I couldn’t imagine life without.

Love your family.  Forgive and forget when it comes to family.  They are truly what will be left in the end.  When it’s all said and done, they are the legacy you leave behind.  Make it count.  I know I’m going to.



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Crock Pot Mozzarella Stuffed Meatballs

The title of this post is no joke, friends.  I found a really yummy, cheesy, tasty recipe!  After my grocery store run, this is where we began {my sis helped me out on this one}.


I like to lay all my ingredients out at one time.  No excuses if I forget anything in the end {not that it’s ever happened to me before…ahmm}.


Cut the cheese sticks into half-inch pieces and put them in the freezer.  This will help them last longer in the crock pot while the meat cooks.


After you’ve combined your meat and seasonings.  You’ll form medium to large size meatballs, then hollow out the middle with your thumb, add a cheese piece and roll back up.


Then you’ll put them in a greased crock pot.  I cooked them most of the day while I was at work {low for 6 hours}.

When I got home, I cooked some angel hair pasta {my favorite} and spaghetti sauce real quick.  Threw the meatballs in and we had an easy dinner!


It was so yummy!  Spaghetti has always been one of my favorite meals!  The meatballs were just the cherry on top {you know what I mean}!  The original recipe can be found by clicking here: Creme De La Crumb.  There’s also instructions on how to bake these in the oven on the website as well!  I hope you enjoy!



1 pound ground beef
1 cup bread crumbs (I used Italian)
1 egg + 1 egg yolk
1 teaspoon minced garlic
1 teaspoon onion powder
1 tablespoon Italian seasoning
1 teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon black pepper
3-4 mozzarella cheese sticks (string cheese)
marinara sauce

1. Chop each cheese stick into half inch pieces (about 6-8 pieces for each cheese stick). Place on a plate and chill in the freezer until ready to use.
2. Add ground beef, bread crumbs, egg and egg yolk, garlic, onion powder, Italian seasoning and salt and pepper to a bowl. Mush the ingredients together with your hands until everything comes together.
3. Remove cheese from freezer. Scoop out about 4 tablespoons of meat mixture and roll into a ball. Gently push a piece of chilled mozzarella into the middle of the meatball. Roll the ball in your hands to cover the hole where the mozzarella cheese was pushed in. Place inside a greased slow cooker and repeat with remaining meat and cheese.
4. When all meatballs are in the slow cooker (*see note for alternate cooking method on website), cover and cook on high for 1-2 hours or on low 3-4 hours until meat it cooked through (no longer pink). The cheese may start melting out of the meatballs, that’s okay.
If desired, sprinkle with a bit of fresh chopped parsley or dried Italian seasoning for garnish and serve with your favorite marinara or alfredo sauce for dipping.

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“I Need More Coffee”

“I need more coffee.”  That was my slogan for the weekend.

We left Thursday evening for Waxhaw, NC.  We had plans for my husband and sister to attend a 4 day Martin Black Horsemanship Clinic at Sugaree Ranch.  We arrived late, got the horses and ourselves settled in, and got some rest.


The next morning I was reminded; there’s just something about being in the middle of nowhere, having a cup of coffee, being in a barn, and watching the leaves fall that is peaceful.



The clinic had 2 sessions per day, morning and afternoon.  Erik and Kirsten learned something new every hour.  They enjoyed being with Mr. Martin Black {A.K.A. a legend, so Erik says}.




The ranch we spent most of our time at was a quaint place.  It was beautiful.  Hills, fences and horses as far as you could see.




Our host, Will and Zoë, were so kind.  Plus, they were exceptional horse folk.



We made a lot of new friends.


We had a campfire every night.  It felt like a glimpse of my childhood the whole weekend.


It was such a good thing for me.  Being out in the middle of nowhere.  It makes you slow down.  It makes your mind wander.  Even though there were times I found myself somewhat bored, doodled out and our coffee maker broke {don’t worry, we found the nearest gas station}…I still felt blessed to be able to spend a weekend with my husband, dad and sister.





My mom, who doesn’t miss a thing, couldn’t make it this weekend. Her mother has Alzheimer’s.  She is her caretaker and a dang good woman.  We missed her dearly.


The rain came on Sunday. We moved to a place down the road to a covered arena, thankfully.


It was still raining when we left and headed home yesterday evening.  I have never been so happy to have a hot meal, hot shower and sleep.  Now, where’s the coffee?



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Pumpkin Roll

I love fall and pumpkins.  I mostly love pumpkins because without them we would not have the glorious pumpkin rolls!  I love trying new recipes when time permits.  If they are any good, I love sharing them.  Basically, I love a lot.

This recipe is originally from Gimme Some Oven.  I made a few little tweaks.  {Recipe is at the bottom of the page.}

This is how my afternoon went:


I try to be fairly organized when I cook and clean as I go.  Here are the lovely ingredients.


Mix your dry ingredients first.


Then the wet ingredients.  I’ve always used a handheld mixer.  Who knew fancy mixers were so expensive?!


Add the pumpkin goodness to give you this pretty color and yummy flavor!


In the pan and in the oven it goes…


Voila! Now the tricky part.


Don’t ask how I got that flipped over on the cotton towel.  It’s still a mystery to me.  I am cleaning up powdered sugar on the counter everyday since.


Roll it up and let it cool!


My favorite part, the cream cheese filling {YUM}!


After the roll has cooled, put a good helping on there.


And there we go.  Wrap it up and put it in the fridge to cool.



Slice and serve with a big cup of coffee.  Please feel free to leave me some feedback or tips on how you make your pumpkin roll!  Hope you enjoy!



Pumpkin Roll Recipe

YIELD: ABOUT 8-10 SERVINGS {if you’re generous}


1/4 cup powdered sugar (to sprinkle on towel)
3/4 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 tsp. baking powder
1/2 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. ground cinnamon
1/2 tsp. ground ginger
1/4 tsp. ground nutmeg
1/4 tsp. ground cloves
1/4 teaspoon salt
3 large eggs
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1 cup granulated sugar
2/3 cup pumpkin puree

1 (8 oz.) brick cream cheese, room temperature
1 cup powdered sugar, sifted
6 Tbsp. butter, softened
1 tsp. vanilla extract


Preheat oven to 350° F. Line a 15 x 10-inch jelly-roll pan with parchment paper. Grease paper with cooking spray. Lay out a thin, cotton kitchen towel so that it is flat, then sprinkle it generously with powdered sugar.

Whisk together flour, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, cloves and salt in medium bowl until combined.

In a large bowl using a mixer, beat eggs and granulated sugar on medium speed until thick. Add in vanilla and pumpkin, and beat until combined. Stir in flour mixture until just combined. Spread evenly into prepared pan.

Bake for 10 minutes or until top of cake springs back when touched {check constantly}. Immediately loosen and turn cake onto prepared towel. Carefully peel off paper. Roll up cake and towel together, starting with narrow end. Cool on wire rack.

When ready to add filling, carefully unroll cake and remove the towel. Spread cream cheese mixture evenly over cake. Immediately re-roll cake. Wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate at least one hour. Slice to serve.


In a large bowl using a mixer, beat cream cheese, powdered sugar, butter and vanilla extract until smooth. If the filling is too thin, add more powdered sugar. If it is too thick, add a half teaspoon or two of water.

Click here for the original Pumpkin Roll Recipe

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