Pumpkin Cookies - Pioneer Party Style

My little boy LOVES pumpkin chocolate chip cookies. I repeat. LOVES. So after buying lots of store made ones (at $4.00 for 6!) we decided to make our own. This recipe is SUPER EASY and REALLY YUMMY! What more could you ask for?

Last night we made a batch and on a whim decided to give some away. I just put 2-6 cookies in a clear cello bag (size c-2) and tied it up with jute. I then added some vampire teeth and a kraft tag. Inside the tag says
"Something sweet to sink your teeth into! Enjoy"
Another idea: "Sink your teeth into these sweet morsels"

(this would also be cute in a Halloween cello sack & using black/orange color theme)

Here is the pumpkin cookie recipe:

1 box cinnamon swirl cake mix
1 box spice cake mix
(or 2 of the same: 2 spice cake or 2 cinnamon swirl)
1 large can pumpkin
1 bag chocolate chips

Mix all together and bake at 350 for about 15 minutes. Makes a huge batch!

We have the cello bags, the vampire teeth
($1.00 pkg of 10) and the ribbon!
Click HERE to buy online.

If you're not in the mood to cook - grab some chocolate covered cinnamon bears, holiday taffy, or any other yummy treat and wrap it up the same!

And if you're not in the mood to do ANYTHING by yourself - we will have some made up ready to go for you to purchase!

Have a FANG-tastic day!


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