Thursday, October 27, 2011

eat at your own risk

My mini baker is such a big helper. Except I can barely turn my head to grab the next ingredient because who knows what she will stir in, making it her own tasty concoction. That's why it's always eat at your own risk. So far so good... I haven't been poisoned (yet) & the pumpkin chocolate chip cookies are delicious!

Ready for the world's easiest pumpkin cookie recipe?
Spice Cake Mix (no eggs, oil, water etc) + Can of pumpkin 16 oz + Chocolate chips. That's it.
I bake them small about 3Ts and then cook them at 350 for about 15 minutes. Don't overcook them. I check them like I do cake with a toothpick or small knife in the center.
Thanks to my sister Em for that recipe, although my toosh does not thank her.
They are soooooo yummmmmmy!!

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dear Liz,
Your children are absolutely adorable.
Pumpkin chocolate chip cookies. That sounds delish. Can you give us the recipe?
Thank you for a great blog.
Donna

Anonymous said...

Dear Liz,
Your children are absolutely adorable.
Pumpkin chocolate chip cookies. That sounds delish. Can you give us the recipe?
Thank you for a great blog.
Donna

elizabeth kartchner said...

Hi Donna,

it is the easiest recipe of all time:
Spice Cake Mix (no eggs, oil, water etc) + Can of pumpkin 16 oz + Chocolate chips

and sooooo goooood!!!

liz

Julie said...

Going to have to try this recipe! Thanks, I was going to ask.

elizabeth kartchner said...

You're very welcome Julie,

they are deeeelish!

liz

Maria Therese said...

Awwwwwwwwwwww this picture is so cute!!

Amy said...

Yum! I make a cake that is a white cake mix, can of pumpkin and chocolate chips and it is soooo yummy!! I might have to try this recipe! NOT good for my tush either!!!
Love those aprons!!!
Can I ask what is in the bucket?? I think I have seen that in a photo of yours before. :)

smahrty said...

Even better, add in white choco chips! My kids devour these. mmmm...

Tiffany said...

How cute is Q. And those cookies sound yummy. Will have to make them ;)

elizabeth kartchner said...

amy,

I am laughing!! the bucket. You think I would move it for a picture but it was candid so I left it. It's just full of bread flour for the bread that I am not making...! ;)

elizabeth kartchner said...

smahrty,

you are a genuis.

Michelle F said...

I agree with smahrty....these taste even better with white chips.

Kay said...

Just wondering what temp these get cooked on? 350? I'm not much of a baker but these seem simple enough. Gonna give them a try. Thanks!

Altaira said...

how is it that you always seem to know what i need?! I have to bake something for a bake sale for preschool this saturday and had no idea what - til now! thanks so much! and Q is so stinkin' cute!

Anonymous said...

Okay so....bake at 350? Semi-sweet chips? Thanks.

projectdowhatyoulove said...

Sounds delicious! Thanx for sharing, I will definitely be making these! Yay! Love anything with pumpkin!

Natalie
www.projectdowhatyoulove.wordpress.com

Anonymous said...

Yes would love to know what to bake these at temp wise! They sound soooo good! Happy Early Halloween! :O)

elizabeth kartchner said...

Yep 350 degrees will do the trick.

Thanks & Happy Halloween to you!

elaine said...

thank you for the recipe! I went out this morning and bought the cake mix and pumpkin to make these with my boys this afternoon after school.

I enjoy your blog very much and my husband thought gettin crafty with Cleetus was awesome!
Elaine

Kristy Hansen said...

SO.....I saw your recipe--and made a quick trip to the store..made them. OMG--with a glass of milk......My tush too......
Shared with the neighbors and the rest are going to trivia night tonight. I like the idea of white chips too.....thank you for sharing. KSH

Joan Crandall said...

I have an easy recipe to give back! Pineapple Angel Food Cake.

1 box angel food cake
1 can crushed pineapple (NO other ingredients added).

Combine mix and pineapple in a mixing bowl. Bake in a tube pan (I think 350 for about 30 minutes until top is dry). Cool upside down (in the pan) on a glass bottle so it doesn't sink. Eat! (*It does really rise so only fill pan 2/3 full and bake the rest in a loaf pan).