I'm not a big fan actually, but there are some exceptions and this recipe is one of them...I think it is the Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting in the middle of the cookies that elevates it to "not bad at all" status (interpretation: these are really good).
Phyl decided to put a call out for a Pumpkin Dinner Round-Up, all participants submitting their intended recipe to him so he could post them all. I declined at first, again because pumpkin is not my favorite ingredient, and offered to send some carved Jack-o-Lantern photos as my submission instead.
One thing led to another, and I succumbed to peer pressure within the week: only because I saw this recipe/post on Susan's blog two years ago when she first made them and thought it looked like something the guys would love. (Click here for the recipe and while you are there, take a look around as Susan has beautifully decorated cakes and wonderful food on her blog.)
I bookmarked the recipe and used excuse after excuse for the past two years not to make it happen. This week, however, I made the cookies to a resounding round of applause from my appreciative husband who loves pumpkin things and would like to see more them around here. Being appreciative goes a long way with me, so I will check out Phyl's Pumpkin Dinner Round-Up and see if there might be something else that Mark would enjoy during this pumpkin season. Here's where to go if you want to check it out as well: click here for the Pumpkin Dinner recipes and then stay a bit and look around as Phyl has great food with great process photos on his blog.