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Paired with a Chocolate Stout (preferably brewed with coffee)
Happy Wednesday, everyone! I hope you guys are having a wonderful week. Zach and I are in the Boulder area this week. Zach is here for work, and I’m just tagging along for fun. As much as I love our new home in southern Wyoming. I definitely miss the Boulder area and it’s amazing foodie and craft beer scene. So any chance that I get to come back and hang out, I’m there.
As much as I love to travel, I’m just about travelled out this month. October has been a whirlwind and fortunately/unfortunately the travelling won’t end until the very last day in October. That’s ok though. November will be dedicated to sleeping for 30 days straight.
So let’s stop complaining and talk about these pumpkin spice mocha crinkle cookies.
It’s kind of scary to admit, but cookie baking season is upon us. I can hardly handle the fact that Thanksgiving is a month away, and Christmas a month after that. Seriously, you guys…where does the time freakin’ go?
Although I am not a fan of time flying by, I am a fan of all of the great food trends that become popular in the autumn and winter seasons. Pure comfort food: that’s what I think when I think of autumn and winter, and I’m not sad about it.
I don’t bake much in the summer. Especially this past summer when we were temporarily living in a second story undergraduate student condo. It doesn’t get too hot at 8,000 feet, but that condo felt like it was 100 degrees.
I’m exaggerating, but you guys know what I mean. It’s hard to turn that oven on whether you have air conditioning or not. I have been in full on cookie baking mode lately, and whipped up a ton of them before I left for our little trip to the front range. Some of the recipes were complete recipe fails, but these pumpkin spice mocha crinkle cookies were a home run. I’m kind of a sucker for a good crinkle cookie, but this recipe is by far my favorite one.
Recipe for these pumpkin spice mocha crinkle cookies is below! I hope you love them as much as I do! Pair them with a chocolate stout (preferably brewed with coffee)! Have a great week, friends! xo