After 15 to 20 minutes (or when a wooden toothpick or chopstick inserted in the middle comes out clean) and about 20 more minutes to let them cool, you should wind up with 2 dozen or so delicious cookies to get you into the spirit of Fall.
very nice...love the garnishes you always add...classy
This is an easy autumn recipe that I came across last year. Its so simple and cheap that even a person with novice baking skills can make it. Also, its a very cheap recipe with a base cost of under $3.
Today I made....
First you'll need a box of Spice Cake Mix. If your supermarket doesn't have Spice Cake mix, you can always get Carrot Cake mix.
Secondly, you'll need one of the regular-sized can of Pumpkin Puree.
Lastly and optionally, you'll need mix-in. I suggest walnuts, pecans, dried cranberries, raisins, or using your imagination, but the cookies taste great plain too. Today I'm using Milk Chocolate Chips and White Chocolate Chips...
Preheat your coven to 350F and let's get to baking.
I dont bake anything, but just wtd to support your thread because you are a great person.
I actually had a decent collection of books, but my ex has most of them now. The most impressive things I have now are a few Vonnegut first editions a few of them are signed, both of Howard's books first edition signed, and a few niche things like Cecil Beaton's diaries.