Tuesday, October 25, 2011

The Tastiest, Easiest Fudgey Pumpkin Cookies Ever and an Epic Battle

Gratuitous fudgey pumpkin cookie shot....something to look forward to....

The Nephew slept over Saturday night so I got to spend my birthday with my 3 favourite guys....Hubby, the Boy, and the Nephew! We watched a movie, watched the nephew get over tired from going to 2 other birthday celebrations, and had a massive Nerf dart gun battle. You know you are in trouble when you see this:


Or this.....


The poor little guy, because of the cast, he needed help loading gun for EVERY shot! It still didn't stop him from chasing the Boy into the bathroom and cornering him in the tub though!

Darts were flying everywhere!!


Eventually though, snacks were needed....energy was needed to keep up the battle.....

And to keep everyone happy!
A happy Nephew and his pirate loot!
The moment I saw these, I knew I had to make them.  I have made them twice now.  Since Sunday.  It is only Tuesday.  Hubby did take some to work and I did some to my mother in law's for supper last night. Cleo Coyle not only writes the Coffee House Mysteries, she manages to whip up some very tasty treats!  Cleo did a guest post on Dying for Chocolate and that post introduced me to Chocolate Fudge Pumpkin Cookies.  You only need a few items from the pantry to make these.


A box of devil's food cake mix, a can of pumpkin, vanilla, and chocolate chips!!!  For the glaze, all you need is butter, water, pumpkin pie spice, orange colouring, vanilla, and icing sugar. Seriously.....go to the dying for chocolate link, get the recipe, and make these....then go to the Coffee House Mysteries link and check things out.

Mix the mix, pumpkin, and vanilla




Keep mixing....it will come together


Add the chocolate chips

Scoop and bake

Make the glaze


Drizzle with Glaze

Seriously, make these cookies.....I dare you!!

Make sure to check out the blog hop for Melt in you Mouth Monday over at Make Ahead Meals!!

Until next time, stay warm and eat well!

4 comments:

  1. Oh wow....fudgey, chocolaty, pumpkiny! Lovely recipe, thanks for sharing!

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  2. Simply fantastic and inspiring. Thanks for the post, my friend.

    Boogie boogie.

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  3. Pumpkin and chocolate sounds like such a winning combo! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Lori - I was thrilled to see that you enjoyed my recipe. Thank you so much for the very kind plug. You're a sweetheart!

    Happy Halloween!

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