It’s finally time to share my favorite pumpkin cookies! It wouldn’t be kind to hold this great recipe back any longer. If there’s a treat that screams October for both kids and grown-ups alike, it’s gotta be pumpkin cookies.
These aren’t just any old pumpkin cookies, if such a thing exists.
These baked goodies are bursting with real pumpkin galore, plentiful warm spices, and a gratifying icing drizzled on top.
If somehow the robust flavors of pumpkin, cinnamon, and icing weren’t tempting enough on their own…we added scrumptious cinnamon chips and white chocolate chips to amp up the yum factor. Cinnamon chips are available seasonally, so check your grocery stores and stock up.
Soft, chewy, pillowy bites of sweet pumpkin will melt in your mouth.
A magical combination of cinnamon, nutmeg, and white chocolate chips will dance on your taste buds.
The smooth, buttery, warmly spiced icing will satisfy even the most colossal sweet tooth.
As with most pumpkin cookies that feature an ample amount of real pumpkin, you’ll be sinking your sweet teeth into a fluffy soft cookie.
It’s somewhat akin to a chewy muffin top, yet it’s distinctively cookie. Real pumpkin puree is famous for creating baked goods that are tender, moist, and sensationally soft. If you really want a denser cookie that is less fluffy, then you’ll have to bite the bullet and use less pumpkin.
Our peeps love the fluffy softness of pumpkin cookies with no shortage of real pumpkin flavor shining through.
These pumpkin spice cookies keep magnificently well. I’ve made them ahead of time for parties, and they stay soft and flavorful for days.
Perfect for the upcoming busy holiday season.
Want more superbly yummy pumpkin treats? Take a peek at these amazing Pumpkin Biscoff Bars and Pumpkin Scones, which are seriously better than the ones at the coffee shop. This Pumpkin Spice Bread and Pumpkin Souffle are out-of-this-world. We just noshed on Pumpkin Pasties for breakfast, and these tasty and healthy Pumpkin Pancakes unbelievably made with whole grain.
Source: Chew Out Loud, adapted from allrecipes