These simple Easy Vegan Soft Pumpkin & Almond Cookies are so great for fall! They’re vegan, gluten-free, refined sugar-free, and also use just one bowl and less than 10 ingredients to make!
Now, a lot of people like crispy cookies, and sometimes crispy but soft and fudgy in the middle. However, there is this other type of people who just love soft cookies – and there is nothing wrong with that.
Today, I am presenting you my soft cookie recipe, that’s healthy but super delicious, perfect for fall!
When October hits, I pay a big case of pumpkin puree, and I am always on a mission to use up ALL of the pumpkin puree cans, so if you have loads of leftover pumpkin puree, but don’t know what to do with it, make these cookies ASAP!
How to Make Pumpkin & Almond Cookies:
Did I mention these fabulous pumpkin almond butter cookies use just one bowl? Yep, that’s right. You can mix ’em up and only have to do one wash. That is something I’m on board with!
We start with our wet ingredients. We’re beating up our nut butter, pumpkin, flax egg, and sugars until they’re smooth and creamy. Once you’ve got that you add your dry ingredients in, stir together, and done. Perfect cookie batter awaits!
Best of all, these cookies bake for just around 12-15 minutes. In the time it takes you to clean up, wipe down the counters, and put your baking supplies away, they’ll be done and ready to eat. Now you just have to make a cup of hot drink and dink into and you’re good to GO!
If you love sot cookies, you will absolutely love these almond pumpkin cookies!
Do let me know how you found this Easy Vegan Soft Pumpkin & Almond Cookies if you try it though! And if there was anything you tried or something that worked better…Do drop me a comment below, or you can find me/message me directly on Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, or Facebook! I love seeing what my lovely readers think of my recipes!
More Vegan Cookie Recipes:
1. Vegan Maple Chocolate Cookies (GF Oil-Free)
2. 3-Ingredient Vegan Peanut Butter Cookies
3. Easy Vegan Carrot Cake Cookies
Easy Vegan Soft Pumpkin & Almond Cookies
- 1 flax egg 1 tablespoon flaxseed meal + 3 tablespoons water
- 1/2 cup/120g almond butter
- 1/4 cup/62g pumpkin puree
- 1/2 cup/60g oat/quinoa flour
- 1/3 cup/68g coconut sugar/ cane sugar/ light brown sugar
- 2 tablespoons maple syrup
- 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
- 1/4 teaspoon baking soda
- 1/4 tsp salt
- Chopped almonds to top the cookies optional
- Preheat the oven to 350ºF/170C. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
- In a mixing bowl, combine the flax egg, almond butter, pumpkin, coconut sugar, and syrup. Beat with a whisk or an electric mixer until smooth.
- Add the pumpkin pie spice, salt, baking soda, and oat flour and beat again until a sticky dough forms.
- Using a small cookie scoop, drop the dough onto the baking sheet, spacing the cookies at least 2" apart. Repeat until all the dough has been used.
- Gently flatten the cookies with your hands and sprinkle with sugar. Bake on the center rack for 11 - 13 minutes.
- Remove from the oven and allow the cookies to cool for 10 minutes on the pan before transferring them to a wire rack to finish cooling.
- Once cooled, eat them up!!
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Jillian11 November 2021 at 21h37
These were delicious!! I had left over pumpkin so I needed to use it up. This was a perfect way! I added 1/4 teaspoon of salt because I didn’t see the measurements for that. Thank you for a great recipe!
Elena12 November 2021 at 10h43
Hey, I am so pleased you like the recipe!
Danielle3 September 2022 at 14h32
HI there, could I substitute honey for the coconut sugar in these?
Elena3 September 2022 at 14h43
Hi There, you certainly can, but that won’t make them vegan-friendly anymore :/
Ashley6 November 2022 at 18h40
Wondering any difference in the texture, flavor, etc when using quinoa flour instead of oat.
Elena6 November 2022 at 19h53
quinoa flour tends to be dryer, so I would probably add a bit more moisture if you do use quinoa flour.