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Pumpkin Spice Cookies (vegan friendly recipe)

vegan pumpkin spice cookies
These homemade vegan pumpkin cookies, are delicious and really easy to make. They'd be awesome to give away as a homemade Christmas present, as they are slightly more unusual than your standard cookie and are suitable for vegan friends and family.
I love  cooking with pumpkins.  I grow them at our allotment, and love eating seasonal treats like  pumpkin pie. This pumpkin spice cookie is inspired by the famous Starbucks latte.
easy homemade christmas gifts

Ingredients
- One and half cups flour
- One cup of pumpkin puree  See how to make your own pumpkin puree easily here
- Half cup sugar
- Dash of Cinnamon
- Dash of Nutmeg
- Dash of Ginger
The pumpkin replaces the fat (which is why this a good vegan recipe for the holidays.
Simply mix all the ingredients in a bowl til it resembles standard cookie do.
toddler friendly cookie recipe
Then simply roll the dough out on a floured surface until it's is about 7mm thick (be wary of little cookie dough thieves - who will enjoy scoffing it).
Then cut out with your favourite cookie cutter, place on a greased baking tray and bake for 8-10 minutes at 200c or gas mark 7.
pumpkin spice cookie recipe
If you are thinking of using this recipe to make a low cost hand made christmas present, you could make them look spectacular just by wrapping in clear cellophane and fastening with a ribbon.
If your looking for more  cheap Christmas gift ideas click here , my blog is all about making lovely things instead of buying them.
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