Pumpkin Snickerdoodles
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Pumpkin snickerdoodles are a fun way to add  a taste of fall to an old favorite cookie.   This is an easy cookie recipe that uses homemade or canned pumpkin puree.   The dough does need to firm up in the fridge for an hour so you can come back at any time to finish up your delicious fall treat.

Pumpkin Snickerdoodles

Snickerdoodles are one of my favorite cookies.  Don't get me wrong, chocolate chip cookies are still the best right out of the oven, but I love that snickerdoodles have a depth of flavor that isn't overly sweet.  Adding pumpkin puree to make these Pumpkin Snickerdoodles  is kind of a brilliant revelation.  It's the perfect way to make an old standard new!

This Pumpkin Snickerdoodle recipe is pretty straight forward and easy.  I made the dough after breakfast and then left it in the fridge until after lunch.   I did learn not to flatten your dough too much or the cookies are kind of flat.   The Pumpkin Snickerdoodles got better as they sat and the flavors melded together.  I stored them in an air tight container for about a week and they tasted better every day!

I'm thinking these would make an awesome treat if made some pumpkin ice cream or let the kids make some ice cream in a bag.  Put the ice cream between two cookies to make a sandwich and then drizzle with homemade caramel sauce.


Recipe very slightly adapted from 5 Minutes For Mom.

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23 comments on “Pumpkin Snickerdoodles

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  3. That’s a terrific idea that I will most definitely try soon.

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  5. What a great seasonal twist on snicker doodles. Please share these today I my foodie friday party. Folks will love them.

  6. Just stopping by to let you know that I made these cookies yesterday. Absolutely delicious. I chopped up some Caramel Apple Milky Ways and mixed in the cookie dough. My son can’t stay out of them…..I will let you know when I share the recipe on my blog http://www.alilcountrysugar.blogspot.com. I will be linking back to you. One great recipe! And perfect for the holidays.

  7. We are Snickerdoodles Fans so we will just love your Pumpkin Snickerdoodles, they look awesome! Hope you are having a great fall weekend and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  8. I never thought cookies would get better after sitting that long. I’ll have to make up a batch and give it a try. Snickerdoodles are one of my favorites. Thanks for sharing on Miss Information. I hope you will share these at my holiday cookie exchange: http://www.tumbleweedcontessa.com/blog/2012-cookie-exchange-cookies-and-memories/ Have a great weekend! TGIF!

  9. I know what is going to be going on in my kitchen today……Thank you for the inspiration, and thank you for sharing this at Foodie Friends Friday.

  10. Sheryl "Wilderness Wife" Thompson on said:

    I love the name “Snickerdoodles”. You can’t say it without smiling! Thanks for linking this great recipe to the Wicked Good Wednesday Blog Party.

  11. Oh man, snickerdoodles are my favorite cookie ever! And I bet these are delicious. Thanks for sharing at The Fun In Functional!

  12. These look absolutely delicious! I have always preferred snickerdoodles and sugar cookies over chocolate chip. Adding the pumpkin flavors are just the icing on the cake for me! Thanks for sharing this recipe (pinning)!

  13. Snickerdoodles are an all time favorite at my house and so are my famous pumpkin cookies, so this might be fun to try the combination! Thanks

  14. No way! Those sound amazing! Two of my favorite fall flavors combined into one!

  15. A dozen please! Thanks Camille!

    Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer… From Dream To Reality!

  16. One of these days, I am just going to show up at your door and EAT!!! 🙂

    (and the ‘Rate this recipe’ plug-in isn’t working… ??

  17. I think you may have just made my fav cookie (snickerdoodle) even more yumtastic! OOOH I love pumpkin!

  18. Oh My – how yummy! Two of my favorites mixed together. Will be trying these this season!

  19. No way! I love snickerdoodles and I love pumpkin food so this is perfect! Need to try!

  20. I think I’ll have to give these a try this week! Hopping over from Clever Chicks! Blessings from Croatia: A Little R & R: http://www.littlerandr.org

  21. Would you believe I’ve never made snickerdoodles?? Since I love pumpkin, I think this might be a great recipe to start with!

  22. Jackie Preas on said:

    I have to make these!I love making the regular Snickerdoodles and this is a nice twist…I use a melon baller to scoop mine out and never flatten them at all,I also sometimes keep the dough in the fridge (covered up of course)for maybe a week…when I do this I’ll bake about a dozen at a time…nothing better than a fresh warm Snickerdoodle!