These delicious Pumpkin-Oatmeal Raisin Cookies are an excellent choice for school snacks, bake sales or desserts for family and friends.
by M. Maggie
, on Feb. 2010
I made these and thought my husband would'nt try them. He did and ate more than I did. They stay moist, and keep for about a week.
by J. Jillian
, on Nov. 2009
These cookies were so good! The pumpkin didn't stand out too much
by D. Diane
, Federal Way, WA on Nov. 2009
I read all of the suggestions for improving these cookies. I subbed 1/2 cup of whole wheat flour for an equal amount of white flour. I reduced the granulated sugar by 1/2 cup. I also added 1 teaspoon each of pumpkin pie spice AND cinnamon. I also added 1/3 cup of oat bran. These cookies were much better the second day. They aren't pretty, but they are tasty.
These were some of the best!
by B. Belinda
, Paso Robles, Ca on Oct. 2009
These pumpkin oatmeal cookies were some of the best ever! So moist and delicious! They didnt last very long!
by a. a
, Canton, MI on May. 2009
a plain oatmeal cookie; little spice or pumpkin flavor comes through. Just OK.
A little bit disappointed
by J. Jeanna
, Beaverton, OR on Apr. 2009
I think I should have tried some of the "tweaks" listed here on the reviews. I did the recipe "as is" and they turned out a little bit too cake-like for me. I could hardly tell there was pumpkin. Guess I need to keep looking for a great Pumpkin Oatmeal cookie recipe.
by p. patricia
, BUENA PARK, CA on Dec. 2008
these cookies are really great. I made a batch for work and everyone loved them. I also replaced the raisins with craisins. Awesome
by C. Carol
, East Hartford, CT on Nov. 2008
Love these cookies! I increased the oatmeal to 2 cups and added 1 tsp. allspice, yummy!
by M. Mary
, Las Vegas, NV on Oct. 2008
These are pretty good, but wish they tasted more pumpkin-y! I substituted 1/2 cup of whole-wheat flour, and cut the granulated sugar down to 1/2 cup. (They're plenty sweet this way.) I used 1/2 t. pumpkin pie spice + 1/2 t. cinnamon. Next time, I'll add more spices. I also used dried cranberries instead of the raisins - either would be fine, I'm sure. Also, would add more of these next time, too, plus increase the walnuts.
by K. Kim
, on Oct. 2008
My husband can't stay away from them!
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