Thursday, October 5, 2017

Pumpkin Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies #FilltheCookieJar during #PumpkinWeek

We are still celebrating Pumpkin Week, hosted by Terri of Love and Confections.  This annual event has been so much fun and, sadly, it is almost over.  We will be sharing our final recipes with you today and tomorrow and then put away our love of pumpkin until next week, or at least a day or two.  After all, we still have Thanksgiving coming up and pumpkin is mandatory at Thanksgiving!


I intend to come back and revisit all these wonderful recipes over the next few months. There are so many that I cannot wait to try.

Today, I am joining forces not only with the other Pumpkin Week bloggers but also with a group of friends that share their favorite cookie recipes each month as we Fill the Cookie Jar.  This great group is led by Cynthia of Feeding Big.

We meet up on the first Thursday of each month to Fill the Cookie Jar with cookies that match the theme chosen for the month.  I was happy to see that pumpkin was this months selection.  Life is so good!


This recipe that I am sharing today makes a ton of cookies.  I had enough to take for dessert when invited to a friend's house for dinner, supply cookies at a party for 40 people and still stick 3 dozen in the freezer to be enjoyed later.

They are so delicious.  If you like traditional oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, you are going to love this version with the addition of pumpkin and cinnamon.  They were a huge hit with kids and adults alike.

You will find links to both the Pumpkin Week recipes being shared today and the Fill the Cookie Jar recipes being shared this month following my recipe.  You are in for a treat!!

Pumpkin Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies
adapted from Allrecipes, submitted by Ken Sherer

1 1/2 c. butter, room temperature
1 1/2 c. brown sugar, packed
1 1/2 c. sugar
1 c. pumpkin puree
1 egg
1 t. vanilla
4 c. flour
2 c. rolled oats
2 t. cinnamon
2 t. baking soda
1 t. baking powder
pinch of salt
1 1/2 c. chocolate chips

Cream butter and sugars in the large bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment.  Add pumpkin, egg and vanilla, beating until smooth.

Combine the flour, oats, cinnamon, soda, baking powder and salt.  Gradually add to the creamed butter mixture, using the low speed on your stand mixer, until combined.  Add the chocolate chips and fold in with the mixer still on low speed.

Drop onto baking sheets lined with silicone mats or parchment paper using a small cookie scoop.  Bake in a preheated 375* oven for 12-14 minutes, until lightly browned. Remove to a wire rack to cool.  Print Recipe

More Pumpkin Recipes

Here are today's #PumpkinWeek recipes:

Savory Pumpkin Recipes:

Pumpkin Farrotto from Culinary Adventures with Camilla.
Pumpkin Habanero Salsa from Rants From My Crazy Kitchen.
Pumpkin Quesadilla from Making Miracles.

Sweet Pumpkin Recipes:

Cinnamon Pumpkin Muddy Buddies from Love and Confections.
Pumpkin Cheesecake Macaron from A Kitchen Hoor's Adventures.
Pumpkin Cheesecake Truffles from The Crumby Kitchen.
Pumpkin Chip Cookies from Palatable Pastime.
Pumpkin Cookies with Cream Cheese Frosting from Daily Dish Recipes.
Pumpkin Cream Cheese Danish from It Bakes Me Happy.
Pumpkin Cream Puffs from The Redhead Baker.
Pumpkin Creme Brulee from Kudos Kitchen by Renee.
Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies from A Day in the Life on the Farm.
Pumpkin Struesel Bar from Cookaholic Wife.
Slow Cooker Pumpkin Butter from Mildly Meandering
Spiced Pumpkin Mini Cakes with Mulled Cranberries & Brandy Brown Butter Glaze from Bacon Fatte.


More Cookies to Fill the Cookie Jar


2 comments:

  1. Those sound perfect!! I am a huge oatmeal cookie fan and I know the addition of the pumpkin must be lovely. Maybe that will be a fun baking project for me and Lindsey Rose this weekend. :)

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    1. All baking projects are fun with a toddler.

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