I love anything pumpkin spice flavoured. Since I am a US transplant to the UK it is very difficult for me to find anything pumpkin spice flavoured because it has not become a ‘thing’ here yet. However, Waitrose carries cans of pumpkin puree so not all hope is lost! Plus, you can just order some online along with premixed pumpkin spice.
I make this recipe on a pretty regular basis because it is so easy to do. If you have children this would be a great recipe to make with them because it’s very difficult to mess up, and it’s okay to mix it up a lot.
This recipe is from the US, so if you are in the UK you will have to make some adjustments. Don’t worry though because it’s honestly not a big deal, and I will add those details.
1 box of spice cake mix (In the UK use 1 box of any vanilla cake mix) Mixes in the UK are slightly smaller but that doesn’t matter.
1 15 ounce can of pumpkin puree. Again the size in the UK is slightly different and that’s okay.
In the UK add 1 teaspoon of pumpkin spice blend. This is easy to order online or you can even make your own.
Preheat oven to 350 F or 175 C (155 C for fan assisted ovens)
Line you cookie sheet with parchment baking type paper or grease your sheet.
In a large bowl empty the cake mix, and in the UK also add your pumpkin spice and blend together.
Add the can of pumpkin and stir together until all lumps are gone.
Place rounded spoonfuls onto your cookie sheet. I tend to make them a little larger but just do whatever size suits you.
Check them at 18 minutes. I always take them out when they are visibly brown on top. I like them with a little crunch. Remove them after a few minutes to a wire rack to cool.
These cookies(biscuits in the UK) are very moist and are basically little yummy cakes! I get about 26 from this mix and I can eat them all within 48 hours!