Pumpkin cinnamon chip cookies


Pumpkin cinnamon chip cookies -only takes 4 ingredients to make! The easiest cookies ever!

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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. ;)

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Pumpkin cinnamon chip cookies


  • 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.


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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Jamielyn Nye

Creative director and founder of I Heart Naptime. Jamielyn aspires to reach women, get their creative juices flowing, and to genuinely inspire. When she’s not creating, Jamielyn loves to chase her three little monkeys and snuggle up on the couch with her man.

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40 comments on “Pumpkin cinnamon chip cookies”

  1. Yum! Looks great! Already pinned this, lol!!

  2. SOOO yummy! I love pumpkin cookies, especially made easier with cake mix!

  3. These look delicious! My daughter is coming home from college this weekend and I’m planning to make them with her. Also, I’m hosting my very first recipe link party at http://onesleepymom.com/2012/10/14/back-to-reality-recipe-link-party/
    Would love it if you’d join!

  4. Yummo! I love pumpkin, and happen to have all the ingredients on hand…can’t wait to make these! :0)

  5. 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.

  6. These look so yummy! Your little girl is adorable!

  7. OOOh…these look soo yummy! Pinning this for later :) ..Your little girl is so cute!

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

    • 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?

  9. Sound very good my hubby loves pumpkin

  10. 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)!

  11. These cookies look delicious!

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

  13. The cookies look wonderful.

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

  15. 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!!!!!

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

  17. 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!

  18. I love this recipe! How many cookies did this make?

  19. 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….

  20. your little gal is adorable,how do I get these recipes to copy easily? Please help.

  21. I loved them plain! Next time I’ll have to try the frosting for a little extra treat.

  22. 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!

  23. Is that parchment paper that you put the cookies to bake on ?

  24. I will try to make P.C.C.cookiaes now, they sound yummy

  25. Mine ended up very very soft and sticky like pumpkin bread. They aren’t quite cookie-like. Is that normal? They appear to be baked through. I kept them in longer than usual (13minutes at 350 degrees).

  26. Where can I find cinnamon chips??? Can’t find them anywhere.  Making them with pumpkin spice chips instead and will let you know 

  27. I just made these today and I had a horrible time baking them. I had printed the recipe and after I baked the first sheet they would not get done I came back to your site to see if I missed an ingredient. The only think I can think of now as I go back and look at my ingredients, my cake mix was a little old. Do you think that could be my problem with them not baking?

    • Having a baking mix past it’s expiration date could definitely result in a recipe not working out. Let us know if you try again! :)

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