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Money Makin' Chocolate Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls: A Money Spell

It doesn't get much better than combining pumpkin with cinnamon rolls. Until you use chocolate frosting, and then, on top of it, turn it into a money spell. Honestly, this may be some of my best work.

pumpkin cinnamon rolls money spell for kitchen witchcraft

Ingredients and Their Magickal Properties - Kitchen Witchcraft

As I always mention in my recipe posts, the purpose of what I do as a kitchen witch relies on knowledge and intention.


Yes, this recipe will still taste delicious without transforming it into a spell. However, knowing your ingredients is essential to utilize this recipe to help change your mind, body, and spirit.


Below is a list of each added ingredient and its extraordinary power for this recipe. Please note that this is not every magickal benefit of this plant or herb, just the areas I believe should be focused on for this specific recipe.


Pumpkin

With all the seeds that pumpkins hold, you can easily see why pumpkins have long been associated with abundance. And it's that exact abundance we will use in this spell.


An abundance of money, am I right?


If you want to read more on pumpkin magick, you can read my article here.


Magickal Uses: Abundance, Creativity, Manifestation.


Salt

As always, we must add our salt to ensure our recipe tastes good and cleanse our way for the spell work. The last thing you need when spell crafting is to have blockages or negative energies.


Whether that energy could be something you're holding on to or an outside influence, we can tap into salts' strong purifying powers.


We first pave the way by removing the negative to bring positive energy. It's a simple concept but one of great power. This is why I try to add one purifying ingredient into all of my workings, as you're just increasing the power and success of your spell.


Magickal Powers: purification, grounding.


Cinnamon

Cinnamon has a rich history, from its use in medicine in Egypt to offerings in Greece.


One of my favorite magickal uses of cinnamon is for its power of success. For this spell, we're utilizing that power to guarantee the success of this spell essentially.


And, of course, we can't forget about our cinnamon's energy of prosperity, especially around money! Other than the chocolate, it is the base of this money spell.

 

Magickal Powers: Prosperity, Success


Cocoa - Chocolate

Chocolate has always had a strong association with luxury, from when the Mayans considered it a gift from the gods to the wealthy European elites bogarting the deliciously versatile powder.


This luxurious association helps lend to chocolate's energy of money. Dark chocolate is especially great for cash, so if you can get your hands on some dark cocoa powder for this recipe, I recommend it! Plus, it tastes fantastic paired with pumpkin.


If not, regular cocoa powder will still work just fine.

 

Magickal Powers: Prosperity, Success


Spell Recipe

How to Implement Magick into the Recipe

*When adding your ingredients, remember to focus on the intention of the ingredient while working with it. (I.E., when folding in your flour, focus on the intention of abundance.


Not just the idea, but how does it make you feel? How does having these things in your life manifest?


I also recommend using the intentional stirring and speaking method to add to this spell. Stir counterclockwise for energies that need to be removed and clockwise for energies you wish to implement while speaking your incantations (or intention) out loud.


For example, I would stir clockwise when adding the vanilla while speaking to the pot.

Spirit of cinnamon, bless this dish with prosperity and success.

I recommend also consecrating via an incantation when the recipe is all said and done. Although I always recommend creating your own, as spells tend to be more powerful, you can also use the incantation below:

Through this dish, I bring in the blessings of prosperity. May the universe sweeten my life by bringing prosperity to those who consume this dish. So as it's been, so as it is, so as it may be.

Ingredients

Dough

  • 1 tbsp active dry yeast

  • 1 cup warm milk (around 110 degrees F)

  • 2 tbsp granulated white sugar

  • 1 tsp salt

  • 3 tbsp salted button, softened

  • One large egg

  • 3 cups flour

Filling

  • 1/2 cup salted butter, melted

  • 2/3 cup dark brown sugar

  • 2/3 cup pureed pumpkin

  • 2 tbsp cinnamon, ground

Frosting

  • 1 cup confectioner sugar

  • 1/4 cup cocoa powder

  • 2 tbsp milk


Directions

  1. Combine warm milk and yeast in a bowl. Let sit for about 5 minutes for the yeast to activate.

  2. Add sugar, salt (Spirit of salt, bless this dish with purification, remove all obstacles in our path.), butter, and eggs and combine.

  3. Add flour, a cup at a time, combining well between cups. The dough should be gummy and soft (not so sticky it's hard to work with). Add more flour as needed until it reaches the desired consistency.

  4. Transfer dough to a lightly greased bowl and cover with a towel. Let rise until double in size (1-2 hours).

  5. Once the dough has risen, lightly flour a surface and roll the dough into a rectangle approximately 12 by 18 inches.

  6. Spread the melted button evenly across the dough.

  7. Spread pumpkin on top of the butter. (Spirit of pumpkin, bless this dish with abundance.)

  8. Combine brown sugar and cinnamon and sprinkle on top of the pumpkin. (Spirit of cinnamon, bless this dish with prosperity and success.)

  9. Tightly roll up the dough lengthwise. Cut the dough into approximately six slices (these will be about 2 inches each; if you want smaller rolls, cut into 12 pieces and bake for less time).

  10. Place slices onto a greased cake pan or casserole dish. Cover with a towel and let rise for 1 hour.

  11. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F and bake for 25 minutes (if you are making smaller rolls, bake for 15 minutes instead). You'll know they're done when the top of the rolls are golden brown.

  12. While cinnamon rolls are baking, combine ingredients for frosting if it should be spreadable but not thick like regular frosting.

  13. Allow cinnamon rolls to cool completely before frosting.

(Through this dish, I bring in the blessings of money. May the universe sweeten my life by bringing a debt-clearing, luxurious stream of wealth to those who consume this dish. So as it's been, so as it is, so as it may be.)


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