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Tonight I have a SUPER easy and YUMMY recipe for you. These are seriously so easy to make it is ridiculous  I’m sure many of you have tried the two ingredient pumpkin cookies ( spice cake + can of pumpkin) … well these are a fun twist on those. I have to say they  turned out  AMAZING! The pudding makes these cookies super soft and moist. No one will ever know they take you five minutes to make. ;)

Pumpkin cinnamon chip cookies

Pumpkin cinnamon chip cookies

Ingredients

  • 1 spice cake mix
  • 1 pumpkin spice pudding mix
  • 1 15oz can of pumpkin
  • 1/2 cup of water
  • 1 1/2 cup of cinnamon chips.

Instructions

  1. Pre-heat over to 350.
  2. Combine ingredients in a large bowl. Stir until smooth.
  3. Place cookies on baking sheet and bake for 10 minutes,or until lightly browned. Feel free to top them with cream cheese frosting too.
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All you do is combine: 1 spice cake mix, 1 pumpkin spice pudding mix, 1 15oz can of pumpkin,1/2 cup of water and 1 1/2 cup of cinnamon chips. 

Stir until smooth.

Place cookies on baking sheet (it’s okay… have a little taste-winks) and bake at 350 for 10 minutes,or until lightly browned. Feel free to top them with cream cheese frosting too. Yum!!

Enjoy! :)

If you liked this recipe you’ll love: Best pumpkin bars, pumpkin pancakes and pumpkin and cream cheese recipes.

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34 Responses to “Pumpkin cinnamon chip cookies”

  1. Amanda

    I wonder if I could modify this to make mini loafs! My grandmother surprised me with a mini loaf silicone thing-a-majig that makes the loaves in the shape of pumpkins or leaves! I have never made pumpkin anything and have been wanting to try. This might be it.

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  2. Jess

    Oh my goodness this sounds amazing! :) Are cinnamon chips a seasonal thing? I don’t remember if I’ve seen those in Kroger.

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    • Allison E

      Did you pre make the cake mix and pudding as it says on the back of the box or just poured the cake mix and pudding into a bowl and mixed everything together as it says?

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  3. SingleMama

    These look scrumptious! My go to cookie recipe is your one with the pudding mix, everyone raves whenever I use it (even my extremely opinionated father)!

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  4. diane

    Where did you buy your cinnamon chips? I can’t seem to find them this fall. Last year I did buy them at Meijer

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  5. Judy Hartmann

    Just took these out of the oven. Super delicious! Easiest cookie recipe ever. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. lindsey

    I made these last night and oh my gosh were they AMAZING!! I used cheesecake pudding mix and dark chocolate chips! I ate 5 in a row! >< I came downstairs and the whole party had devoured them!!!! So I would call them pumpkin cheesecake choco chip cookie. Will make this recipe from now on!!!!!

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  7. Jenalyn

    Where did you find your pudding? I can’t find it anywhere. Is there another flavor that would make a good substitute?

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    • cheryl

      Pumpkin spice pudding mix is a limited, seasonal item. I found some today (11/14/12) at Publix. It was located on an end-cap aisle display along with other holiday ingredients. I stocked up with a few extra boxes! :-)
      Hope this helps!

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  8. Summer Saad

    Yes these are really good, I forgot the caned pumpkin so I sub’d 15oz of a mixture of sour cream and butter for the 15oz of pumpkin, they were sooo good! And mixed up a little icing to drizzle on top and I’m telling you they tasted like the best cinnamon roll I ever had!!! No jokin!

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  9. cvatsend

    We made these today and they are absolutely delicious…Taste like a bakery style pumpkin cookie….the Pumpkin Spice instant pudding is seasonal….I purchased mine from walmart and also made a 2nd batch with chocolate chips….Cinnamon chips are relatively new, but they are pretty much available in most stores year round….again….bought mine at walmart….I was told the pumpkin spice pudding is only available in November…so buy extra boxes….

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  10. kip

    saw this question but no reply…do you put the cake mix in dry or add eggs and oil per box instructions? waiting on answer to make these…thanks!

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      • kip

        thanks for the info..i made these and they were awesome…i made as cookies and had so much batter (and little time) so i made part of the batch in a pan like brownies…..they turned out great too!!!!!!!

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