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You guys!!! This post is kind of a big deal. Because it’s my first pumpkin recipe of 2015. Which officially makes me 6-8 weeks behind every other food blogger in the universe.
Good thing I work for myself, or else I probably would have gotten fired by now for insubordination. Seriously.
The thing is, I just don’t get all googly eyed about pumpkin. It’s good. And if you put a slice of pumpkin pie and a cold glass of pumpkin beer in front of me, I’ll happily indulge in both. But I don’t want to dedicate 3 months of my life to the stuff. Sorry/not sorry.
I do, however, want to dedicate 3 months of my life (or more) to making and eating chocolate cookies. The fact that these babies are also loaded with pumpkiny goodness is just a bonus for all you pumpkin lovers out there.
Just how loaded with pumpkin are these Chewy Dark Chocolate-Pumpkin Cookies? Well, they contain pumpkin seeds, pumpkin purée, a mixture of pumpkin spices AND Rodelle’s Pumpkin Spice Extract. So the answer to the question is VERY. As in they are very loaded with pumpkin. It’s pretty much coming at you from all angles.
In honor of Fall baking season (which is the best baking season, in my humble opinion), I’ve teamed up with my friends at Rodelle to give away a set of three fabulous baking essentials to one lucky Floating Kitchen reader. Yeah! The set includes (1) one 8-ounce container of Gourmet Baking Cocoa, (2) one 8-ounce container of Cinnamon Sticks and (3) one 2-ounce bottle of Pumpkin Spice Extract. Scroll down past the recipe to check out all the details of the giveaway and enter to win using the Rafflecopter widget. Good luck! Update: This giveaway has ended and a winner has been selected. Thank you to everyone who participated. And thanks Rodelle for generously sponsoring this giveaway!
Recipe adapted from Bon Appétit