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Fall Friday Recipe Linky Party 2

TGIF to everyone...Friday means the weekend is almost here..time to get my meal plan ready for next week...Loving the Fall time and the recipes that go with it!  Glad to have you here at our Fall Friday Recipe Link Up!  I invite you to join in the fun! See the recipes from last week HERE!





I don't know about you, but Fall time screams comfort food for my family!  

Homemade mac and cheese, (pretty much anything with cheese), apple pies, pumpkins,  stews and more...

Please be sure to link back to your post (can be an old one) that has the recipe on it.  

I would love for you to link back to The Joys of Home Educating so we capture a lot of participation, but it's not necessary...


Pumpkin Cookies
(given to me by a friend almost 10 yrs ago)

2 cups shortening
2 cups sugar
4 cups flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
2 teaspoons baking soda
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon cinnamon
(I also add 1 teaspoon of pumpkin spice, but not necessary if dont have it)
2 cups of canned solid pumpkin (not pumpkin puree)

GLAZE

3 tablespoons butter (melted)
4 tablespoons milk
1 cup brown sugar
1 cup confectioners sugar

Oven to 350
cream shortening and sugar
add dry ingredients
then add pumpkin
drop teaspoon size dough onto ungreased cookie sheet
bake 10 - 15 mins (when the peaks start to brown take them out)

DONT MAKE GLAZE UNTIL COMPLETED COOLED 
then drizzle over cooled cookies


They freeze well and makes A LOT of cookies

These are by far the best cookies I have found to make!



Your turn to share!






Comments

These look really good! Thanks for posting. I'm going to print it out and make with my dd. :)
melismama said…
Thanks ladies for linking up and sharing these awesome recipes! We will be continuing all Fall!

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