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Thread: Pumpkin cookies - MMMM Smells Good In Here

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    Senior Member sunni's Avatar
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    Just finished baking Pumpkin cookies with a mix of chocolate chips and cinnamon chips....

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    I can smell them, yummy yummy for my tummy

    can you post the recipe please

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    They look wonderful!!!

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    sure thing :)
    In a bowl put aside the following
    4 cups flour
    3 tsp baking powder
    2 tsp cinnamon ( I use a generous tsp)
    1 tsp salt (I use about a half)
    2 tsp vanilla
    2tsp milk

    In another bowl mix the following
    2 Eggs
    2 cups pumpkin (a 15oz can)
    1 cup oil
    2 cups sugar
    after mixed slowly add the ingredients from the first bowl. When mixed well, add chocolate chips or cinnamon chips or as I did today, some of each. Stir well. Drop by spoon unto a greased cookie sheet.

    I get 5-7 dozen cookies, depending on the size.

    Enjoy!

    robin

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    Nice to have cool days in spring isn't it. I have baked cookies too and bread...just got done with a banana cake...you cookies look devine

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    thanks again for sharing the recipe with us, I am so happy I sent you a private message for the recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by sunni
    sure thing :)
    In a bowl put aside the following
    4 cups flour
    3 tsp baking powder
    2 tsp cinnamon ( I use a generous tsp)
    1 tsp salt (I use about a half)
    2 tsp vanilla
    2tsp milk

    In another bowl mix the following
    2 Eggs
    2 cups pumpkin (a 15oz can)
    1 cup oil
    2 cups sugar
    after mixed slowly add the ingredients from the first bowl. When mixed well, add chocolate chips or cinnamon chips or as I did today, some of each. Stir well. Drop by spoon unto a greased cookie sheet.

    I get 5-7 dozen cookies, depending on the size.

    Enjoy!

    robin

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    Mmmm thanks for sharing your recipe :D:D:D

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    sounds yummy thanks for reci[pe always want to try and make something different for bee

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    Yummy! They look delicious! I'll have to try making them.

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    They are very easy to make...I am going to try freezing some. It's only me, DH and my son here. My DH and my son are both diabetic :( (dh is type 2, ds is type 1) so they really don't eat any. Of course they will both sneak one or two over the course of a few days, but there really is no need for all those cookies to be laying around.

    Usually when I bake things, I send a large amount to work with DH.

    I am having one with my coffee in about one minute :)

    robin

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    Robin, I wish I could join you!! :D:D
    Thanks for the recipe YUMMY!!!!!!!!!

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    Yummy, where do you get the cinnamon chips??? That is my favorite spice!

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    Senior Member sunni's Avatar
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    please note....I forgot to tell you bake at 350 for 10-12 minutes.

    I get cinnamon chips at my grocery store in the baking aisle, right there with the chocolate chips. Today I only had about a quarter of a bag of cinnamon chips, so I added the milk chocolate chips and the cookies are reaalllllllyyy good :)

    robin

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    I love pumpkin recipes. How much chips do you add to this recipe? I think I will try this soon.
    Thanks for posting.
    Nancy

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    Thanks for the recipe!

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    I have been making these for years. The guys at work were fighting over them. Never thought to use cinnamon chips. I have retired now so only make them for family but taught my sons in OREGON to make them. They love them.

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    yum!

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    Thanks for the recipie Robin. I think I'll put 1 cup of rasins in mine.

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    Thanks for posting the recipe I am going to copy and paste it as soon as I get this message done.
    Thanks again :lol:

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    These sound sooooo yummy!!!! As for the lady with the diabetic hubby & son, try substituting Splenda for part or even all of the sugar. I have done so in many recipes with great success!!!! It's certainly worth a try!!!!

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