Old Fashioned Pumpkin Penuche

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  • on September 29, 2013

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    :D yum!

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  • on December 29, 2012

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    I've made these several times a year (this year was the exception, I've only made my first batch tonight, and they're always a hit, even with my nieces, 8 years old and lower.

    For the cookies, I always use almost double the amount of pumpkin, half the flour between all purpose and wheat, add extra vanilla and about 1/2 tsp of pumpkin pie spice with the rest of the spices. Even with adding a bit extra wheat flour in, the batter comes out much wetter than regular, but give it extra baking time and they come out lovely on their own instead of relying on the glaze to give flavor

    I also toast the pecans after tossing them with some melted butter, and occasionally add on bits of english toffee for an added treat : I find the toasting the pecans gets rid of the bitter aftertaste that many people in my family find distasteful.

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  • on November 28, 2012

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    I am definitely adding this recipe to the regular rotation--they are great. When you are making the icing 1 don't cook the brown sugar in the butter longer than a minute or it carmelizes and goes hard 2 if you cool the butter/brown sugar mixture before adding the powdered sugar it whips up into a fluffy icing (but it is not enough to frost all 44 cookies, if you add the powdered sugar when the mixture is warm it is more of a glaze, and there is more than enough.

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  • on January 11, 2012

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    The frosting on this cookie is amazing! The cookie by itself is ok, but the frosting really puts this over the top!

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  • on December 10, 2011

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    This was a simple and tasty recipe! I am taking them to a party tonight and it is a different spin for a Christmas cookie. Will make again!

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  • on December 10, 2011

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    These cookies are EXCELLENT! The texture is amazing... like a little pumpkin flavored cloud. I had quite a bit of frosting left over even though I spread an ample amount on each cookie. I think you could double the cookies and have plenty of frosting for them all... which is what I will do when I make them again. This recipe is definitely a keeper! Thank you Kelsey.

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  • on December 08, 2011

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    This recipe was very easy and tasted AMAZING. One of the best cookies I have had. I do recommended this recipe and I will definitely make again.

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