Day After Thanksgiving Cookies
Total TimePrep: 25 min. + chilling Bake: 15 min./batch + cooling
Makesabout 6 dozen
I joined just to leave this review. These cookies are awesome. I followed the recipe almost exactly except I added two eggs instead of one since mine were on the small side. I also tend to scoop my dough on the larger size, but baked them for 15-16 minutes. They turned out fluffier than the photo above shows, were moist and delicious. Everyone enjoyed them immensely. You taste the yummy pumpkin, then get a zing of cranberry and crunch of chocolate with the oats giving body to the cookie. This recipe is a keeper.
These cookies were a hit! I love the "holiday" ingredients. No one ingredient was expensive, and everything was available at my local Target. There were a lot of ingredients, but mixing them was simple, so this wasn't a difficult recipe! Made the house smell fantastic -- the nutmeg scent stood out. And the cookies were delicious. Such a unique recipe, which makes it a great holiday gift. Because of the cookie's color, it was a little hard for me to tell when they were done. May want to test a few individually for the best bake time in your oven, before baking the whole batch.
Could pumpkin pie filling be replaced with plain canned pumpkin and extra spices?