Pumpkin Spice Breakfast Cookies

I have some pumpkin spice breakfast cookies for you! Cookies are great any time of the day, but it’s awesome when you can eat cookies for breakfast!

No need to feel like you are cheating with these healthy pumpkin breakfast cookies.  They are healthy!


pumpkin spice breakfast cookies


I created this dish because I had some leftover pumpkin from my chocolate covered pumpkin donuts.  Breakfast cookies are great for the mornings when you are too busy to make breakfast.

They travel well too, so pack them with the kids for a breakfast on the go.  These pumpkin spice breakfast cookies also freeze well so feel free to make a big batch and freeze some.  That is what I do.  So here you go.


pumpkin spice breakfast cookies


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Pumpkin Spice Breakfast Cookies

Pumpkin Spice Breakfast Cookies

Prep Time 10 min Cook Time 15 min



  1. Preheat oven to 350. 
  2. Mix all the dry ingredients in a large bowl
  3. Mix all the wet ingredients into a medium bowl .
  4. Whisk the wet until well mixed and add wet to dry, being careful not to over mix.  
  5. Spoon onto a lined or greased baking sheet .
  6. Bake for about 15-18 minutes.


Pumpkin Spice Breakfast Cookies

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124 thoughts to “Pumpkin Spice Breakfast Cookies”

  1. I just made these this morning. They are fantastic. After the first batch was done I immediately made a second batch and added dried cranberries to it. Thanks fir another great recipe
  2. I already reported on FB but wanted to chime in here as well in case people are looking for reviews (like I always am). I used less of all of the spices listed (halved or quartered the cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger) just because I know this is my preference in general and these cookies turned out so great!! My teenage daughters and husband enjoyed them too. Thanks Melissa, you are the best! Also, I got a notification from Amazon and your book will be here in 2 days, YAY!
  3. I make these regularly and are absolutely delicious! I make a double batch and freeze them in portions for a few days. Works really well! Thank you for the recipe! I love this site. Everything I have made has been excellent.
    1. I have no idea, but you can upload the recipe into www.caloriecount.com for an estimate. The recipe makes about 18 cookies
  4. Hi - I was planning to make these but do not have any white whole wheat. Do you think they would work with plain whole wheat? Or maybe half whole wheat, half unbleached white? I also have some coconut flour... Thanks! I love your recipes!!
  5. These were super yummy, thanks for a great recipe! Before spooning them on to a cookie sheet I separated the batter into thirds, stirred a few raisins into one third, a few chocolate chips into another, and left the last part plain. I like every version! :)
  6. What would you recommend to substitute the apple purée - maybe add more pumpkin? My boyfriend is allergic to most fruit :( Thanks!

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