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2-Ingredient Pumpkin Cookies Dairy-Free & Egg-Free

 
2 Ingredient Cookie Recipe

 

Ever heard of two-ingredient cookies made with cake mix and a can of pumpkin?

They are popular as a 1-point Weight Watchers recipe,

but everyone loves them for ease and simplicity.

Me?

I started making these as an allergy-friendly cookie with Duncan Hines cake mix.

Of course, check labels for yourself. Ingredients can change.

These are so easy your kids can even make them!

Some Duncan Hines cake mixes like spice cake, German chocolate cake, and butter cake have been milk and egg free.

Check ingredients, though, because they can always change.

In the fall, I use the spice cake mix for a moist spice cookie.

In the winter, German chocolate cake with crushed candy cane topping is fun.

The yellow butter cake makes a nice year-round treat, shown above.

The cookies don’t taste like pumpkin but instead take on the flavor of the cake mix.

But of course, fiber!

Feel free to add any mix-in’s or topping like chocolate chips, sprinkles, candy, nuts, etc.

Always check labels as ingredients can change.

2 Ingredient Pumpkin Cookies Milk Egg Free

PUMPKIN & CAKE MIX COOKIES DAIRY & EGG FREE

1 15 ounce can of pumpkin puree (not pumpkin pie filling)
1 box of dairy-free cake mix

Preheat oven to 350.

Mix the two ingredients well until combined. Include any add-in’s.

Place batter onto cookie sheet by spoonfuls or use a melon baller (affiliate link) or ice cream scoop.

The cookies do not spread when baked, but instead keep their shape.

You may want to flatten the dough before baking. Add any toppings.

Place in the oven for 7-10 minutes depending on how big your cookies are.

Bake until they spring back to the touch. 

Let cool and serve.

Store in the refrigerator as they do tend to get a little sticky if stored at room temperature.

Or freeze them for later.

This was originally posted in December 2010.

 

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Myra Balentine

Thursday 4th of January 2018

My son developed milk allergies when an infant, now 43 yrs. Not so many options back then. His 14 yr. old son has developed milk allergies or at least they have been diagnosed recently. He's had lots of stomach problems over the years. Now if he eats anything with dairy in it he is sick for a week or more. Guess I'm not really surprised, my son was allergic to so many things, but we has a GREAT allergist that has retired. My son lives in Cordova, Tenn. I was wondering how you found the dairy free cake mixes by Duncan Hines. Could you send me a note on what stores or where we can find the dairy free cake mixes. I'm so excited to try them as soon as possible. My son and family are coming for a delayed Christmas with us Jan. 13-15 (my husband & I had flu during Christmas. Thanks sign me up for your news. Nanna B

Angela

Wednesday 2nd of December 2020

In baking isle any grocery store. Most of theirs (Duncan) are dairy free. So are most of their icings. They are not advertised as DF they just don’t have dairy as an ingredient. Read the ingredient label and go crazy. I’ve made vanilla, chocolate cake and brownies too

blogging

Saturday 20th of December 2014

Thanks for the update! I may have to try that next! So glad it was a hit.

blogging

Monday 15th of December 2014

I think the icing would work great! :)

Anonymous

Saturday 20th of December 2014

Thanks! The kids loved them at their Christmas party!

Anonymous

Monday 15th of December 2014

Could these be made into sand which cookies? With peppermint mixed with pillsbury icing?

Jamie Kaufmann

Tuesday 11th of January 2011

Sorry, yes...dairy free chocolate cake mix by Duncan Hines and one can of pure pumpkin. Don't use pumpkin pie mix in a can. The cookies will taste like chocolate cookies. The candy adds the peppermint twist.

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