I made these pumpkin graham crackers in multiple sizes and added some orange sugar to the tiny ones (they were too small for me to give them good faces). Bride 3.0 said that she could “eat 100 of them!” But, she noted that they were a bit Halloweeny for a wedding. Come on – who doesn’t want Jack-O-Lanterns at their Spring wedding? :)
The good news is that pumpkin graham crackers can be made in any shape you can cut out. Bride 3.0 suggested hearts.
What to Do With Your Pumpkin Graham Crackers
Aside from simply eating them all up, I have several usage ideas for these pumpkin graham crackers:
- Crumble them to use in the crust for a homemade pumpkin pie.
- Slather them with pumpkin butter or apple butter.
- Put pumpkin ice cream between two of them and freeze for a pumpkin ice cream sandwich.
- Use them to decorate your pumpkin cupcakes.
Pumpkin Graham Cracker Recipe
To make these pumpkin graham crackers, I modified my regular graham cracker recipe. I originally got that graham cracker recipe from Free Range Living. She got the recipe from The Fannie Farmer Baking Book.
My modified recipe is below.