I got so much done today, including making the delicious pumpkin cookies I mentioned here and the recipe here. I love these scrumptious cookies, they are a perfect fall cookie.
Here is the finished cookie.
The frosting is the tricky part in this recipe. When it’s done it should have a carmel color similar to this. The frosting is so good. You will be tempted to dip your finger in that little saucepan many times. 🙂
Another tip with these cookies, is before you throw in the raisins, boil about a 1/2 cup of water. Pour in one cup of raisins into the water, and let them soak for about 10 min. This will give you a nice soft raisin in the cookie.
My cookie jar is now full! We will see how long that lasts. SportTman already had about 20 cookies! He confessed to me before bed last night. 🙂
I am so thankful for a rainy Saturday. I also cleaned behind my dryer. Wow, I don’t think I will post pictures of that. You wouldn’t feel like eating the cookies after seeing me as the human lint ball. 🙂 It was a rather disturbing picture. 🙂
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They look Awesome! & Frosting too! Yum! Thanks for the recipe. I will copy that right now. Happy Sunday!
Yummers! I have a friend, Cora, that knows these are my favorite cookies in the fall. I bet when I go to church in the next couple of weeks she will have made me a whole container full. I can’t wait! My trouble is they are so good I find myself eating 3 or 4 at a time. Oh, but they are so good! I think I am actually drooling right now. LOL!
Those cookies look so yummy!!!
OH MY.. SO YUMMY.. and yeah.. I would have licked the frosting spoon a zillion times.. LOL LOL