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Did you know that pumpkin puree (be careful not to confuse it with canned pumpkin pie filling) is a great source of fiber? Adding canned pumpkin puree to baked goods also keeps them moist without adding fat. These Spiced Pumpkin Chip Cookies are winners all around!
Servings Per Recipe: 48
Apr 27, 2022
Can't eat these! As a 60 year diabetic, if I eat 2, I would require an extra injection of 2 units of insulin just to snack on them. Maybe could eat if I cut out the chocolate chips. I will refigure without cc's and also switch to almond flour.
Jan 23, 2022
I use the Truvia/sugar blend. How much do you think I should use?
Jun 20, 2017
This recipe makes me so happy. My mom makes a version with sugar in it, but I have never come across one with Splenda. Thanks so much for posting this recipe. I will be using it a ton this year because these are my favorite cookies. I love the combination of pumpkin and chocolate chips. Great post!
Dec 15, 2016
Just made these today. Didn't add the chips though. These are delicious , and will make them again soon ! I did add walnuts too.. Wonderful cookies !
Jun 04, 2016
Very bland. Won't be doing these again
Aug 25, 2014
Do you have to put the mini semi-sweet chocolate chips in this recipe? I can not have chocolate.
Test Kitchen Team
Aug 26, 2014
Hi Joyce! You do not need to put in the chocolate chips. "Spiced Pumpkin Cookies" will taste just as delicious! :)
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