This recipe is easily prepared in any moderate to large food processor, though you can also make the dough in a stand mixer with a dough hook or by hand. The rolls bake up moist and tender, though the recipe calls for minimal added fat. Canned, unseasoned pumpkin puree adds plenty of moisture, along with autumnal flavor and beautiful color. Maple syrup, rather than refined sugars, gives the rolls a delicate, earthy sweetness. For the best flavor, use dark B grade maple syrup. In a pinch, you can substitute an equal amount of dark brown sugar for the syrup. These rolls are best served hot from the oven, but you can also let them cool for reheating in a 350 degree F oven for 5-8 minutes when needed. Or freeze in a zip-close plastic bag for up to two months. Reheat wrapped in foil in a 350 degree F oven. The rolls are delicious on their own but are quite nice served with apple butter or a spoonful of cranberry sauce. In the unlikely event that you have any leftover, they make an excellent base for a mini-ham sandwich spiked with a grainy country-style mustard. Prep time includes rising time as well.