Pumpkin Drop Cookies

I’m not too sure when this recipe surface but it caught my eye this year.  I made these delectable goodies for Halloween, of course modified the recipe by adding a few ingredients.  This may be the easiest cookie recipe you will ever find.  These little cookies are a cross between cake and cookie. They come out incredibly moist and flavorful! For the non-pumpkin lovers, give it a try you’ll be pleasantly surprised…my hubby was!

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INGREDIENTS:

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My Tasty Additions:

  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 sprinkle of nutmeg
  • 1 sprinkle pumpkin pie mix
  • 1 sprinkle

 

DIRECTIONS:

Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. Mix together pumpkin puree and cake mix until well blended. Creative part: you can separate your batter if you’d like to have a variety. I divided my mix in two and folded in about ½ cup chocolate chips and in the other batter I added about ½ cup of raisins and chopped walnuts.

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With a spoon grab a dollop of the mix and drop onto a greased cookie sheet (or ungreased stone bakeware). Bake for about 13-18 minutes, baking times will vary based on size of cookies and your oven. You can enjoy warm or room temperature!

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Tasty Additions: White or dark chocolate chips, Dried Cranberries, Raisins, Walnuts or Pecans, Macadamia nuts, or Toffee bits would all make for a tasty treat.  You can also top with a Hershey’s kiss instead of adding chocolate chips to the batter.

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Enjoy these simple and delicious cookies anytime!

 

Disclaimer: The ingredients/products featured in this recipe are my personal preference, I am not affiliated with any vendor and am not paid for featuring their products.

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