Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

Postby Hkitty » Sun 02 Nov, 2003 08:36 pm

Since I moved away from Utah, I can't find my beloved pumpkin chocolate chip cookies anywhere. They used to be so easy to find at Macy's, and I'm starting to go through withdrawls.

I've noticed recipes posted here from time to time, so I am looking for some help. Does anyone here have a good recipe? I've tried a couple online and they weren't very good. I NEED HELP!

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Postby Matt » Sun 02 Nov, 2003 08:54 pm

My wife has a good one, but she's in bed right now. I'll ask her tomorrow.

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Postby Hkitty » Wed 05 Nov, 2003 07:44 pm

Matt? Pretty please?
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Postby karinka » Wed 05 Nov, 2003 07:52 pm

and if you want to post the recipe in this thread, that would be wonderful because i'm jonesing for some of those.
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Postby Matt » Wed 05 Nov, 2003 08:31 pm

Oops - I forgot. Will try again tomorrow, really. :)

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Postby Ignatz Mouse » Tue 11 Nov, 2003 08:18 pm

Okay, so I'm at the barber today and she told me a great, easy Pumpkin Chocolate Chip cookie recipe. How weird is that?
Mix: 1 Spice cake mix
1 15-oz. can of pumpkin
1 pkg chocolate chips

Drop onto cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 12 minutes. Tada! (Disclaimer: I haven't yet tried this recipe, so if it turns out to be horrible, then you're a bad cook. Or the recipe sucks. Whatever.)
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Postby Hkitty » Wed 12 Nov, 2003 01:35 pm

I'll give it a shot. Otherwise I'm going to beg my mom to overnight me some from utah..

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Postby Matt » Wed 12 Nov, 2003 02:28 pm

I finally got off my lazy butt and talked to my wife. Actually I stayed on my lazy butt while I talked to her. Her favorite is from http://www.allrecipes.com:

http://cookie.allrecipes.com/az/chcltchippmpkinckis.asp

They have a lot of other good recipes there too.

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Postby Momma Snider » Wed 12 Nov, 2003 03:58 pm

This thread reminded me of another easy recipe that makes me happy.

Cook one package of chocolate pudding with milk as directed.
Stir in one chocolate cake mix.
Spread in greased pan, and sprinkle 1 cup chocolate chips on top.

Bake at 350 for 30 minutes or so.

I've always wanted to try it with yellow cake and butterscotch pudding and maybe butterscotch chips.

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Postby Hkitty » Wed 12 Nov, 2003 04:00 pm

HOOray.

Thanks guys.

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Postby junglejoy » Tue 18 Nov, 2003 04:14 pm

Momma Snider, can you use instant pudding with this recipe? And what size pudding mix - large or small?

Thanks! This sounds great and I'm excited to try it. :)

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Postby Momma Snider » Tue 18 Nov, 2003 05:00 pm

No, you have to cook the pudding. Actually, I think if you used instant, it would still work, but it wouldn't be the same. This makes a bouncy little snack cake.

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Postby Hkitty » Mon 24 Nov, 2003 02:27 pm

Not that anyone especially cares, but I got around to making the cookies this weekend. I tried the spice cake mix version. They were tasty...THANKS!
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Loved Momma's Cake!

Postby junglejoy » Mon 24 Nov, 2003 06:00 pm

Okay Momma Snider! That pudding cake recipe was so yummy. Hubby downed about half of it the first night. It is so moist. I can't wait to try some variations - the butterscotch like you mentioned or possibly something else. I'll let you know when I get around to it. It won't be this week. Gotta get the rolls, pies and stuffing going.

Thanks for the recipe!

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Postby petullant » Sun 30 Nov, 2003 07:23 pm

Before this thread, I had never heard of these magical pumpkin chocolate chip cookie creatures. However, they sound as if they'd be the perfect companion for my lonely cup of hot chocolate (with a shot of gingerbread) that I have pining for comfort beside me most early winter evenings.

Thus, I tried the recipe at allrecipes.com which Matt linked to and WHOO BOY they're really good.

However, they make SEVEN FREAKING DOZEN. I live by myself. Thus, I have had two balanced meals of said cookies today. Well, that is if balanced means that I held them gingerly in my hands without dropping them which is pretty impressive who a girl who can’t eat a piece of pecan pie without getting Karo syrup in her hair.

So here is my thanks for Matt for that recipe and to Hkitty for inspiring this thread and ensuing glutton in the first place.
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Postby Hkitty » Sun 30 Nov, 2003 10:39 pm

you're welcome. I've often thought of myself of a pumpkin chocolate chip cookie embassador. It's always been the source of embarrassment UNTIL NOW.
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Postby vivster » Mon 12 Jan, 2009 07:59 pm

As per the title of this thread, help! I remember finding a recipe on this board for chocolate chip cookies that substituted pureed beans for the butter (I believe), and they worked out quite well. I haven't made them in a long time and I told a friend about them. She would would really like the recipe, but I am having the devil of a time trying to find the recipe. Does this recipe ring a bell? If anyone could point me in the right direction or repost it, I'd be extremely grateful.
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Postby InOregon » Tue 20 Jan, 2009 05:15 pm

Those are GAF's Musical Cookies:

Musical Cookies

I made this recipe last night and I just thought I would toot (HAHA!) its horn and pass it on to all of you.

First, buy a bag of chocolate chips and a 15 ounce can of white northern beans. Hopefully your bag of chocolate chips has a recipe for chocolate chip cookies on it. If it doesn
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Postby Momma Snider » Tue 20 Jan, 2009 06:20 pm

Seriously, do they cause music to play out your bottom? Because maybe I don't want to serve them at work, where we're all cooped up together all day.


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