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Since we’ve been pumpkin crazy lately, I thought I would create some pumpkin cookies. My goal was to use up the Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie mix that I had in the cabinet. I also somehow accumulated 4 bags of white chocolate chips so I added them, too. If you know me at all by now, you know I only do easy recipes!
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Pumpkin Cookies Recipe
After a few whoopsies in the kitchen (like, waxed paper cannot go in the oven – DUH – supposed to use parchment paper), these cookies turned out to be scrumptious. Clearly, I can use some #Thanksgivingtips!
More Pumpkin Recipes to Make:
- Pumpkin pie slab for large gatherings
- Best pumpkin bread to make this fall
- No bake pumpkin pie balls
These aren’t quite Christmas cookies, maybe we can call them Thanksgiving cookies? Is that a thing? In any case, they are easy enough to make whenever the craving strikes. It’s fun to play around with sugar cookie mix to come up with different flavors. Create unique combinations with different flavors that you add to the mix, plus whatever you add in like, chips or nuts. Let us know if you come up with something delicious. Leave us your suggestions in the comments below.
Pumpkin Sugar Cookies
- Mix together all ingredients.
- Drop cookie dough onto an ungreased cookie sheet.
- Bake at 350 degrees between 7-11 minutes.
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Have you ever tried pumpkin cookies before? Do you think you’d like them?