These Iced Pumpkin Cookies are moist and delectable! The icing flavored with rum adds an intriguing flavor.
Incredibly Moist Cookie
by S. S.
, WAYZATA, MN on Apr. 2010
I was a little concerned about how soft the batter was for this one, but the cookies baked up fine and are incredibly moist. I found the frosting a little sweet, however, so next time I plan to soak the raisins in rum and skip the frosting.
by J. Jennifer
, Milwaukee, WI on Oct. 2009
This is a very soft moist cookie. I made them for a family reunion and everyone raved over them. My husbands aunt even begged me for the recipe. I did subtitute dried cranberries instead of the rasins. It adds a nice tartness to the pumpkin flavor.
Iced Pumpkin Cookies
by J. Jeanne
, Huntertown, IN on Aug. 2009
I've held onto this recipe to try for over two years and today was the day. I love the moistness of the cookie. I remind myself that with the pumpkin, raisins and nuts that it is nutritional because one is not enough. I liked the icing and was glad that I only used 3 teaspoons of rum extract or it would have been too powerful of a flavor for me. I'm taking some to work tomorrow to share and see what my coworkers think.
by L. Liz
, TX on Jul. 2009
These cookies are absolutely delightful, flavorful and a definite crowd pleaser. I omit the nuts, raisins and frosting. Instead I top each with half a pecan and then bake. These are my teenage sons favorite. I usually use 2 cups whole wheat flour and 2 cups white flour.
by C. Christy
, Coeur D Alene, ID on Feb. 2009
These were very delicious-even without the frosting! Great after school snack--and somewhat healthy as well.....
by D. Diane
, Northlake, IL on Nov. 2008
I changed the recipe to use cream cheese frosting instead of the vanilla frosting.
by L. L
, MACOMB, MI on Nov. 2008
I made these cookies for an afternoon get together with my girls friends to plan a cookie exchange...they were a great hit. I gave the recipe to all who were there. I will certainly make these cookies again!
WONDERFUL PUMPKIN COOKIES!
by B. Betty
, Palmetto, FL on Nov. 2008
I MADE THESE COOKIES FOR A SENIOR POTLUCK DINNER & EVERYONE RAVED ABOUT HOW DELICIOUS THEY WERE & WANTED THE RECIPE. THESE COOKIES ARE PERFECT FOR SENIORS WHO PREFER SOFT COOKIES AS OPPOSED TO HARD, CRISP COOKIES. THEY ARE GREAT ANYTIME AS A SPECIAL TREAT. ICING NOT NECESSARY, BUT,SURE IS GOOD! TRY THESE COOKIES!
by a. ann
, Clear Lake, IA on Nov. 2008
I tried this recipe when I was pregnant and even though I messed up on the frosting, everyone else said they tasted great.
Great for people with Dairy Allergies
by H. Heather
, Burbank, CA on Oct. 2008
Not only do they taste great fresh-baked, they last a long time too! So it's perfect for holiday gifts. And I make them without the icing to give to people with dairy allergies.
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