Friday, October 29, 2010

Nothin says lovin like somethin from the oven

And what might be coming from my oven these days? Well it was surprisingly easy and oh so yummy
I mixed one cake mix with one can of pumpkin and one bag of chocolate chips. I used a yellow cake mix but next time I think I'll try a spice or chocolate mix instead.

I dropped spoonfuls of the ooey gooey stuff on my ancient and well used cookie sheet and popped them in the oven for 14 minutes

I made them rather small so I think I got about 4 dozen but they sure are going fast. The best thing about a little cookie is you can eat two and not feel so guilty because they were only LITTLE cookies.
So where did I come up with this recipe. Well I found it on Julie's blog The Harwards. That links to the post that has this recipe and another one for some delicious looking cinnamon rolls. While you're there take a look around, not only will you enjoy the blog but you'll find that Julie is just the sweetest person.


Helen said...

Just three ingredients, now, this is my kind of cooking. I think I will try this. Sure look delicious!

Sandee said...

I think I gained two pounds just looking at those cookies. I'm going over for a look.

Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. :)

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

Yes, she made me deliriously hungry for cinnamon rolls. I SO do not need them.

Marg said...

Those cookies look sooooo good. I have got to go see the recipe. Thanks for telling us about those good looking little darlings.
Take care.

marie said...

I love little cookies! This looks great ~ yummy!

BeadedTail said...

Those sound so good! And let's see, two cookies x 4 dozen = almost a month of cookies! Or maybe it's a whole day's worth! :D

Ann said...

Helen, that's what I thought when I read it too.

Sandee I probably gained 10 eating

sharkbytes, I don't need them either but I sure do love them :)

Marg you bet, I think I may even make some more this weekend

marie me too and these were delicious

beaded tail, either way I like your

LDH said...


tahtimbo said...

Wait, let me go grab a glass of cold milk :)
Those cookies look terrific and so easy to make. I'm with you, I would try the spice mix; it will really bring out the flavor of the pumpkin.

Grace said...

the nice thing about cooler weather: baking. the bad thing about cooler weather: baking!

Julie Harward said... are a sweet gal! I like the spice mix too! ;D

FishHawk said...

Since these had chocolate chips in them, I am assuming that you didn't let Duke or your husband have any. So, what did you make for them?

fullet said...

I could eat all of them, not only two, that's for sure!

Sandra said...

good morning. I sat the camera on the counter and held the flame in front of it, that was not steady because of my hand, so I tried 2 different flashlights, standing in front of the camera making circles. the camera does not see the person for some reason, I intend to purchase glow sticks to play with if they have them at the dollar store.
the cookie dough is PRETTY, great shots of it and of course yummy looking and I think i can smell it

Jen said...

Woo! Please pass the plate *grin*. Those look yummy! :o)

Russ said...

Great looking and I am sure great tasting. Maya and Grammy made pumpkin cookies and they only lasted a day.

Willy said...

Willy is getting hungry.

10-4 Willy

Out on the prairie said...

You know this caught my eye. Cookies were developed testing cake batter.May have to try all this weekend if I get some down time.

allotments4you said...

sounds interesting is the canned pumpkin prepared?? I ask because I have fresh pumpkin and would like to try these!!

livintheblues said...

I wouldn't mind a couple of those right now..:)

Ann said...

LDH oh yeah, they sure were

tahtimbo I bought a spice mix today :)

Grace yep, couldn't agree more :)

Julie and so are you for sharing the recipe, I loved these

Fishhawk, none for Duke I bought him a special bag of treats, my husband took a container of them to work with him. I let him have chocolate :)

fullet well I eat two at a time, two now, two more in 15

Sandra knew it had to be either you or the camera moving :)

Jen, well sit down sistafriend, I'll dish you up some :)

russ well these probably could have been gone sooner but I've been trying to control myself

willy, well help yourself :)

out on the prairie it was funny because just after I scheduled this post I read yours about the cinnamon rolls :)

allotments4you I left a comment on your blog about the pumpkin

livintheblues well there's still a couple left...I think :)

Country Mouse Studio said...

yum, thanks sounds very easy :O)

Catherine said...

xo Catherine

Ann said...

Country mouse studios the hardest part was waiting for them to come out of the oven :)

Catherine oh you bet :)

Poetic Shutterbug said...

It's only 6:30 in the morning over here, why I am up so early is beyond me and you've got my stomach growling with these. Oh they look yummy and so easy too.

Anny said...

This looks pretty yummy... i wanna try it too :) thanks for the recipe link Ann!

Tammy said...

Oh yum! I'll definitely have to make some cookies now. My mouth is watering.

the booker man said...

miss ann,
oh, and try the spice mix for sures...mama and daddy make plumpkin spice chocolate chip bread all the time, and they say it's really tasty...i wouldn't know cuz apparently i can't eat chocolate...hmmmph.

the booker man

Ann said...

poetic shutterbug lol I was up at 4:20 this morning which is my week day time don't ask me why I didn't sleep in

Anny you're welcome

tammy mine was too when I saw them on Julie's blog

the booker man already bought a spice cake mix but haven't made them yet. it's a shame you and Duke can't have chocolate, you guys are really missing out :)

B Boys Mom said...

These look really good. I think I might make them for Thanksgiving. YUM

Ann said...

b boys mom, they were really good, I plan on making them again.

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