Saturday, September 29, 2012

Fall Recipe of The Week!

 The  first   holiday   I   spent   with   my   husbands   family  was  Thanksgiving. 
His  mom  is  an  amazing  cook,  and  I  personally   have  loved  everything  she  has  made and  every  recipe  she  has  shared.  At   thanksgiving   she  pulled  a  ziploc  bag  of these  cookies  out,  and  Gus  and  I  devoured  them. They  were  so  good  and  so   addicting.  I  am  so  excited  to  share  this recipe  with  you  because  it  is  definitely  a  fall  and  winter  favorite!


INGREDIENTS

1  cup  sugar
1/2  cup  cooking  oil
1  egg
2  cups  self-rising  flour
1  teaspoon  cinnamon
1  cup  pumpkin
1/4  teaspoon  baking  soda  dissolved  into  1  teaspoon  milk
1 1/2  cups  semi-sweet  chocolate  chips
2  teaspoons  vanilla 
Trader   Joes   Coffee   Chocolate   Sugar   Grinder

DIRECTIONS
Preheat  oven  to  350.  Mix  all  the  ingredients  together  well, 
and  spoon  the  dough  onto   greased  cookie  sheet. 
Use  the   grinder  on  top  of  the  cookies  before  putting  them   in  the  oven.
Bake  10-12  minutes.  Let  cool  on  sheet  for  2  minutes  then  on  rack  for   5. 
Makes  3  dozen. 


These   cookies   are   pretty   sweet   and  delicious,  so  they  taste  best 
with  a  cup  of  coffee,  books,  and  a  blanket. 
Hope  you  are  enjoying  your  fall  and  that  these  cookies  help  you  to  even  more! 
xo @ 

1 comment:

chaiteaworkerbee said...

These look so delicious!! I'm definitely trying out this recipe this weekend. :) Thanks for sharing!

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