Because, Alex and I are not really cookie people (gasp!). Thanks!! What more can we ask for in a yummy fall cookie recipe? Learn how your comment data is processed. Use a fork to drizzle the powdered sugar icing onto the cookies. Thank you for another amazing recipe! Though using a spoon seems natural, it makes a chunkier drizzle. Hi! Will definitely make these again. To make the powdered sugar icing, stir together the confectioners’ sugar and almond milk until a smooth sauce forms and all lumps are dissolved (if using a thin almond milk start with 1 tablespoon and increase by little bits until it is smooth). (If you don’t eat. Make 24 1 1/2 tablespoon-sized balls (a size 40 cookie scoop, if you have it) and place them onto the baking sheet. The sprouted rolled oats we used in this pumpkin oatmeal cookies recipe are made by One Degree Organics. Prep Time 10 mins. I mean, what is there not to love about beautiful fall colors, cooler crispy weather, and decadent savory pumpkin recipes? What’s the trick to making these pumpkin oatmeal cookies taste like oatmeal cream pies? A Couple Cooks has been featured on the TODAY Show, and in numerous national print and online publications, including Washington Post, Huffington Post, Food & Wine, and Bon Appetit. Using a fork helps to make the lovely lacy pattern you see here! Course: Breakfast, Dessert. They’re a healthy, pumpkin spiced spin decorated with an easy powdered sugar icing. They are easy to make and perfect for the whole family to enjoy. We are not vegan but have some in the family I can’t wait to share this with. You can find One Degree rolled oats in a grocery near you by entering your zip code here. I’ve made them twice. Sprouted grains are also lower glycemic-index foods. Plus, perfectly pumpkin spiced flavor and chewy, oat-y texture! So glad you’re loving them! These chewy pumpkin oatmeal cookies taste like oatmeal cream pies! Soft Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies - Gluten Free and Dairy Free, 5. Add pumpkin and vanilla, then the dry ingredients. Lightly flatten the tops of each cookie with your hand. Great question and yes! One is a flourless version that is gluten free and vegan. Made these today!! Yum! Soft and chewy. Ooo we’re so glad you enjoyed this recipe! Scan the QR code on the package or entering the product code on onedegreeorganics.com (type in “FT6U4M” to see the farmer behind the oats). :). Paleo Pumpkin Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Breakfast Cookies. These chewy pumpkin oatmeal cookies are over the top delicious: they’re vegan, full of pumpkin spices and drizzled with a simple powdered sugar icing. Thanks for sending! If making the glaze, allow to cool to room temperature, about 30 minutes. Any idea how much I should use? Pumpkin cookie … Add in pumpkin and vanilla and combine on low for a few seconds until fully combined. What a treat-merci!!!! In a medium bowl, combine the rolled oats, all-purpose flour, baking soda, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and. Delicious!!! For best results, bake in 2 batches (refrigerate the dough in between baking); this gets the most even bake. Thank you so much Kelsey! Seriously, these healthy chocolate chip pumpkin cookies are delicious ANYTIME of day. Another tip for an even bake: the bottom rack of our oven runs hot, so we found it was even better to bake only one pan of 12 cookies at a time. In the bowl of a stand mixer, mix the coconut oil, brown sugar, and granulated sugar on medium high for about 30 seconds, scraping the bowl as necessary, until well combined. Soft pumpkin oatmeal cookies with rolled oats and wonderful fall spices are delicious and full of healthy goodness. Great question! Because get this: they taste like oatmeal cream pies (hello, nostalgia!). And the powdered sugar icing drizzled in a lacy pattern takes them over the top. Place the bowl in the refrigerator to chill for 30 minutes. Can’t wait to give these a try! Great texture! Yummy chewy and healthy, these cookies are chock full of nutritious ingredients like oats, pumpkin, flax seed and just a little sugar. I have a container of pumpkin pie spice that I rarely use, so I’d love to substitute it for the individual spices. Love pumpkin? Looking for sprouted oats? These pumpkin oatmeal cookies are full of the traditional pumpkin spices: cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg. I made icing for the first batch but I liked them without the icing even better. Now, if you are looking for a delicious decadent tasting cookie, you’d be better off making pumpkin spice chocolate chip cookies.