Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! I still have massive amounts of Thanksgiving cooking so this won’t be a long post, but I truly hope you all have an incredible day spent with family, friends, and food.
These cookies are so easy, so moist, so delicious, and so so so wonderful. I vaguely remember making them a few years ago, with spice cake mix and chocolate chips. That version was delicious too! That’s what so great about this – they’re so versatile! Every which way results in moist, delicious, pumpkin-y cookies. I found this recipe scrawled on a piece of paper deep in my recipe drawer and needed to try it out again. It wasn’t until after making them I remember the wonderful result of the first time I made them. Heaven!
These cookies are your typical “chewy” or “crunchy” cookie. They’re cakey, almost like a whoopie pie cookie. However, they’re so easy to whip up, so tasty and so versatile you’ll never miss all those fussy extra ingredients. Try it out, you won’t regret it!
proscar“600″ height=”399″ />Throw your butterscotch and chocolate chips right on top.
Using a cookie scoop, place mounds of dough onto lined baking sheets. Gently wet your hands (so they don’t stick to the dough), and press down the cookies slightly. The cookies don’t spread much, so if you really like perfect looking cookies, make them that way before you put them into the oven!