3 Ingredient Pumpkin Cookies Recipe

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Ready for the easiest cookie recipe of your life? Oh, and it can be made in different ways to transform from pumpkin cookies to chocolate chip (or your favorite)! I originally got this recipe as a healthy cookie option from an old ww diet buddy as 2 ingredient cake mix cookies. But I added a 3rd and formed them into pumpkins for a fun Halloween treat the whole family will love.

I’ll share some variations below the recipe for more ideas on how to swap out ingredients. You can make a lot of different flavors and types of cookie with the basic cake mix combo!

3 ingredient pumpkin cookies cake mix recipe

Ingredients:

  • Box of cake mix (White, Vanilla or Spice flavor)
  • Can of pumpkin puree – 15oz. (puree not pumpkin pie mix)
  • Pecans

Directions:

Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. Grease cookie sheet or use a silicone baking mat.

Mix cake mix and pumpkin puree.

Place spoonfuls of pumpkin mixture on cookie sheet. Carefully add 1 pecan per cookie as the ‘pumpkin stem’.

Bake 12-15 minutes or until set. Enjoy!

Store leftovers in an airtight container.

3 ingredient chocolate chip cookies

And the Cake Mix Cookies options are endless! You can swap out the ingredients for your taste or food allergy preferences.

Chocolate Chip Cookies — > Add chocolate chips to the batter as 3rd ingredient

Peanut Butter Cookies  — >  Swap out pumpkin puree for peanut butter

Birthday Cake Cookies — >  Use Funfetti Cake Mix with sprinkles

Double Chocolate cookies –> Use chocolate cake mix and add chocolate chips

Let me know if you have a favorite Cake Mix Cookie Combo!

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