Oh boy here I go again!
Today, I am sharing two ingredients Pumpkin Spice cookies~
It’s pumpkin baking time for me.
Last year I stumbled on a recipe for pumpkin muffins.
I couldn’t believe there were only two ingredients.
A simple cake mix
and a can of pumpkin.
no nothing else.
How could they possible bake and taste no less?
Well, I am here to tell you they are absolutely delicious and you will never go back to adding all the extra ingredients again.
Besides, pumpkin is a lot healthier for you.
You can check out
my Pumpkin muffins in a variety of tastes
After my summer recipes such as cool whip cookies, and cool whip bundt cake it was time to bring in the Fall baking and aroma’s.
Tonight is bunco night and all us gals bring a treat or appetizer to munch on.
I thought with Fall in the air these cookies are sure to be a hit.
All you need is your cake mix of choice, which as you can see I used a Duncan Hines spice cake,
and a 29 oz. can of pure pumpkin by libby’s.
On a cookie sheet lay down some parchment paper
and a spoon full of your cake and pumpkin combination
Now of course if you want to add just a few more calories, you can use frosting as I did, a cream cheese frosting was my choice.
You can add nuts, or chocolate chips, etc..whatever your pallet desires.
Bake at 350 degrees for approximately 20 minutes. Let cool, frost and serve. Your cookies will be soft, moist and delicious. A cake like texture.
That’s all for today folks!
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Oh my gosh thats amazing, you know,,, I thought you had them resting on a bowl full of butterscotch pudding
( bad eyesight, ) lol, now i see its a beautiful platter, sill, resting on a bowl of pudding sounds petty good as well!!!
Ooh, these sound good! I love everything pumpkin! Got to pin these!
Wow Debbie those couldn’t be easier. I love anything pumpkin flavored so will have to give them a try 🙂
Easy peasy! Love these easy cookies! Hugs and blessings, Cindy
Thanks for the recipe Debbie, love pumpkin. PINNING!!
The cookies sound delicious and look so cute on your pumpkin platte.r
This sounds so good. I’m going to make some of those soon! Thanks for sharing!! Sounds so easy too.
I’ve made muffins this way for years. Sometimes I make these 3 ingredient muffins by adding 1 egg or shredded carrots – I have to get vegetables into that man somehow. The chocolate muffins are really good with mini chocolate chips.
Thanks for sharing, I love the kiss in the middle.
Ooh! I have made cake box cookies, but always with eggs. These look so good and I love that they have pumpkin too – I can almost taste them!
Thx for the recipe! Every year I have sooo much pumpkin pudding from my jack o lanterns I can’t make enough pies! Now I have options. And I think your blog is very cute!
Thank you Marilyn! Enjoy.
Yeah!!! It’s pumpkin season. I thought it would never get here. OK, actually, I try to hold off on my first pumpkin binge until the 22nd, but I don’t always make it. I will very, very, definitely be trying these. I actually have every ingredient except the frosting in the pantry right now.
They look delicious.
You can skip the frosting, although it does add that little extra something:)
2 ingredients? My kind of recipe! Thanks for sharing! Have a good weekend.
You got me on this…. I have to try these out. 2 ingredients = right up my alley 🙂
Well slap me and call me Nancy. How simple is that. I filled my pantry this weekend, and I have spice cake mix and canned pumpkin as we speak. I had a friend that mixed spice cake mix, 1 can of Dr. Pepper and 1–20 oz can of apple pie filling, mix and bake as directed. Whip cream on top of course. It was delish too. Can’t wait to give this a try. Thanks Debbie
Those sound really good, Debbie! I’ll have to figure out the calories to be sure, but without eggs and oil, they should be fairly low-calorie. We are into a lifestyle change around here, otherwise known as “payback is a B…….” after over-indulging for too long! YUK! Well, it’s good from a health standpoint, anyway!
I would say these are pretty low fat indeed. Pumpkin is great for you too!
I made a cake like this, but added 1 egg because I wasn’t sure what I was doing. Then I made a coconut frosting. It was divine!
Wonderful! Sounds delish.
Holly Modarelli Earley
That was 3 ingredients 😉
Two, ingredients inside the cookies, the icing was optional and I added more calories:)
Are these cookies suppose to be gooey?
When they are warm they are gooey but then after a bit at room temp they are just super soft.
Sounds delicious, how long do you think these would store? Looking for cookies to ship to my Sailor over seas so travel time is like 2-3 weeks
I wish I could answer that Nancy. I really don’t know.