Gluten Free Vegan Spiced Pumpkin Oat Cookies



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Soft, chewy and full of holiday flavours, these wholesome pumpkin cookies are the perfect autumn treat. They are easy to make, healthy, and perfectly moist and delicious. They are also vegan and gluten-free.

Gluten Free Vegan Spiced Pumpkin Oat Cookies

adapted from Elizabeth Rider
  • 240 g Homemade pumpkin puree
  • 1 Small ripe banana, sliced
  • 50 g Maple syrup
  • 120 g Rolled oats
  • 35 g Almond slices
  • 30 g Flaxseed, ground
  • 2 tsp Speculoos spice (or pumpkin pie spice)
  • 1/4 tsp Fine sea salt
  1. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Combine pumpkin puree, banana, maple syrup, speculoos spice and salt in a large mixing bowl. Beat on high with a hand mixer until mostly smooth, about two minutes. Fold in the oats, almonds and flaxseed meal using a large wooded spoon until the mixture is well combined.
  3. Use a tablespoon to dollop the mixture in 9 mounds onto the prepared baking sheets, gently pressing with the back of your spoon to flatten the cookies.
  4. Bake for 15 minutes until set. They will stay soft but hold together well. Let cool 10 minutes before eating, and store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.

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104 comments:

Gloria Baker 20/9/13 19:34

Look delicious and beautiful Angie!!!! I bookmarked!xo

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 20/9/13 19:36

Wonderful cookies! They look really tempting. A great fall treat.

Cheers,

Rosa

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sophiesfoodiefiles 20/9/13 19:40

I was thinking of creating this sort of stunning vegan pumpkin OAT cookies but you beat me to it. Your cookies look so delightful, tasty & just wonderful too! Yummmmmm!

I also make my own roasted pumpkin puree & stash it in the freezer to use it all year long!
Beautiful pics too!

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Erica 20/9/13 19:55

They look so beautiful and delicious,Angie!Perfect Fall cookies!

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Finla 20/9/13 20:38

Looks yumm, i love eating cookies like this but mostly i end up buying them than making them once i should make them at home.

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Rosita Vargas 20/9/13 22:11

Hermosas y saludables galletas mi querida Angie,abrazos.

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Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen 20/9/13 22:16

Gorgeous cookies Angie - chewy and moist. My favorite.
Sam

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lisa is cooking 21/9/13 01:11

I'm so ready for lots of pumpkin recipes! These cookies look perfect for fall.

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Velva 21/9/13 02:48

Oh yes! Another healthy, delightful and delicious treat.

Velva

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Alice 21/9/13 03:34

Angie, i read the ingredients and i know i will enjoy eating these cookies.. Yum yum...:)

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Ann Low 21/9/13 03:35

Hi Angie, I love this kind of healthy cookie. Definitely bookmark this recipe on my baking list.
Happy weekend!

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Reeni Pisano 21/9/13 03:36

I love the combination of pumpkin with banana and oats! I'm glad these are healthy because I could probably eat the entire batch at once!

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Arjunan Akilandeswari 21/9/13 04:18

Wow what a great comba n perfect cookie... awesome clicks

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Medeja 21/9/13 07:47

They really look and sound like autumn treat.. How nice would be to have with a cup of tea!

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Foodycat 21/9/13 08:53

These sound delicious!

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Esther Lau 21/9/13 08:58

Angie,I can feel the Autumn in the air from your photos, beautiful :)

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Veena Theagarajan 21/9/13 10:15

will try this.. bookmarked..

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Sebeena Loyd 21/9/13 10:47

angie, this is really a treat.

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What's Baking?? 21/9/13 11:08

You always manage to make healthy food into something really delicious..yum.

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Munatycooking 21/9/13 12:48

What a healthy treat Angie, can't wait to try it :)

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dentistvschef 21/9/13 14:54

i like eating oats porridge with chunck of roasted pumpkin,
it sounds a great idea combining both in a healty cookies!

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Susan 21/9/13 15:25

This is a wonderful recipe; our youngest granddaughter is having some issues with gluten and dairy, but having a treat like this would mean she doesn't have to be deprived of a treat. Thank you for all your wonderfully, healthy recipes, XOXO

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Vicki Bensinger 21/9/13 15:39

Don't these look delicious and so healthy. I could eat these up guilt free. Great recipe Angie!

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Victoria bakes 21/9/13 16:58

I love anything gluten free.... Gonna try this. Tks for sharing

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Jeannie Tay 21/9/13 18:08

that looks delicious and healthy!

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The Squishy Monster 21/9/13 18:14

I definitely need to try these....love that spice, pumpkin and oats all got together in the mix =)

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Amy 21/9/13 18:16

Yum...these cookies looks great. I love the Fall flavors in them. :)

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Asha Shivakumar 21/9/13 18:28

Angie,thanks for a great recipe. These look so good, it would makefor a quick breakfast. Love the flavors.

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Jeanette 21/9/13 18:59

Just in time for fall Angie - these would make a great afternoon snack for my kids.

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motherrimmy 21/9/13 20:00

I could totally make a batch of these for breakfast this week. They'd be a good grab and go snack too.

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motherrimmy 21/9/13 20:00

I could totally make a batch of these for breakfast this week. They'd be a good grab and go snack too.

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Ely 21/9/13 20:32

I love your photos and your food. These are amazing <3 <3 Congratulations my sweet friend!! <3

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Violeta Pasat 21/9/13 22:47

Angie,that picture worth a thousand words!So beautiful and yummy...A delicious way to use pumpkin puree and I've never thought to try it with cookies!

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GG 21/9/13 22:56

These look really tasty and even better for being chewy. GG

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Jasna Varcakovic 21/9/13 23:47

Deliciously looking cookies. Oat is very tasty and very good for health. Thumbs up!

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Mary Callan 22/9/13 03:08

Oh these look and sound soooo delicious!
Mary x

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Belinda 22/9/13 03:20

Oh wow these are sooo in season! Gluten free too!

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Chris Scheuer 22/9/13 07:04

Fabulous Angie! And I feel healthy just looking at them! :)

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Monica 22/9/13 13:26

I adore a chewy cookie!

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Shirley Tay 22/9/13 14:28

Angie, these pumpkin cookies are certainly some healthy snacks! Happy Belated Mid-Autumn Fest to you & family!

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jehanne@thecookingdoctor 22/9/13 14:31

i am always amazed with your gorgeous yet healthy bakes, Angie :-). THis one is a definite keeper :-)

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Lenia 22/9/13 18:50

Something tells me that I will enjoy these cookies!Definitely gonna make them!Great fall recipe!
Kisses,dear Angie!

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cquek 22/9/13 19:18

what an awesome idea

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cristina 22/9/13 19:34

So much goodness in one cookie!! Healthy, GF AND vegan (this would make my Mom and sister very, very happy). Like the way the texture looks...a must try. :D

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 22/9/13 19:48

Divine fall cookies -- these would definitely take good care of my off-late pumpkin obsessed eating habits lately :D

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Elisabeth Foodandthrift 22/9/13 21:06

Angie, such perfect yummy pumpkin spiced cookies for fall! A must make...thanks for sharing! xo
Have a wonderful week, ahead...Sunday is winding down for you, and here, its Sunday afternoon:)

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 22/9/13 21:38

Angie, these look great! Definitely putting them on my to try list. I love cookies!

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mjskit 22/9/13 23:47

Pumpkin AND banana - what delicious little treats!

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Katie | Healthy Seasonal Recipes 23/9/13 02:31

Wow, these may be cookies, and look completely crave-worthy, but somehow you've managed to create these with all healthy ingredients. I'll have to make them for sure.

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Julia | JuliasAlbum.com 23/9/13 04:04

Love all the flavors in this cookie! What a great way to kick start the Fall season!

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Dawn Yucuis 23/9/13 04:56

These cookies look amazing. I love anything with pumpkin and I love the ingredients that you paired with the pumpkin.

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Anne ~ Uni Homemaker 23/9/13 07:01

Chewy cookies are the best. Maple syrup, pumpkin and banana --what a delicious combination Angie! :)

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Lite Home Bake 23/9/13 08:39

I am already captivated by how pretty these cookies look, it's like they are screaming 'i am healthy and pretty' :)

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kumars kitchen 23/9/13 11:10

perfect way to welcome fall....such lovely colors and flavors :-)

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noobcook 23/9/13 11:31

lovely autumn flavour!

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Anne Regalado 23/9/13 12:23

Pretty delicious cookies , Angie ! Pumpkin and oat sounds wonderful together in these healthy nibbles :)

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easyfoodsmith 23/9/13 13:07

Your blog is definitely a heaven for gluten free/ vegan recipes. Amazing post, once again, Angie!

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My Kitchen Stories. 23/9/13 13:07

Glorious delicious and I could eat them all.

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Ashley 23/9/13 13:54

These cookies look delicious - perfect for this time of the year! I haven't quite started with pumpkin yet (still stuck on apples) but I'm collecting a long list of things I want to make this season! haha Happy Monday!

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Joanne 23/9/13 14:06

I am definitely ready to get some pumpkin baking in my life! These cookies look lovely!

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Hema 23/9/13 14:23

Healthy, delicious cookies, perfectly done..

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Debra Eliotseats 23/9/13 14:33

I love the warm flavors of fall.

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Sokehah Cheah 23/9/13 17:17

That's a healthy cookie ..... can't help drooling over your clicks!

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Spicie Foodie 23/9/13 17:36

Two of my favorites, pumpkin and oats. What a great cookie recipe. Thanks for sharing Angie!

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Koko 23/9/13 18:10

Making these FOR SURE! Absolutely perfect for Fall!

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 23/9/13 19:30

These cookies are so original, in taste and look. I have to try these soon when I buy a pumpkin. Love how you make vegan stuff appealing.

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Daniela Grimburg 23/9/13 21:09

Wow, these cookies look really yummy and are the perfect treat for the new season.
Love the picture with the red leaves,beautiful!

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Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 23/9/13 22:02

I am going to make these this fall for sure--I love pumpkin cookies!

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Alida 23/9/13 22:18

These are wonderful cookies, I wish I could have them with my tea now. They look kind of delicate and elegant too. Well done Angie!

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alison 23/9/13 22:26

beautiful autumn here and delicious ,too! :)

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grace 23/9/13 23:56

great blend of crunchy and hearty components, angie! pumpkin isn't my favorite but i'll be darned if i'd pass up one of these!

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Ann Jones 24/9/13 00:45

I love that these are gluten free. They look delicious :)

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Norma Chang 24/9/13 01:07

Never thought of combining pumpkin and banana, you come up with the most unusual and great ideas.

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Priya Suresh 24/9/13 01:08

Scrumptious cookies,feel like munching some.

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Catherine 24/9/13 06:09

Dear Angie, These look great and perfection for the season. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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Gerry @Foodness Gracious 24/9/13 07:14

Perfect cookies Angie, they'd be great with my mid morning latte ;)

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Katerina 24/9/13 12:37

I love pumpkin season! So many delicious recipes and goodies like these tasty cookies!

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Barbara 24/9/13 13:19

These look a lot like the Breakfast Cookies I made a while back and which we all love. Mine used bananas as the "glue" yours uses pumpkin. Definitely going to make these, Angie.

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Jenn S 24/9/13 14:39

These are like no other cookie I have seen before... I would have to have at least 6 in one sitting!!! :) They sound so delicious!!

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Nammi 24/9/13 17:35

nice and chewy looking cookies

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lena 24/9/13 18:53

i love everything there in these cookies...hopefully can try these out someday

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RavieNomNoms 24/9/13 19:02

Oooooh, these are just amazing! I need to try these ASAP! I love Fall

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Juliana 24/9/13 19:29

Angie, these cookies look so good...like the pumpkin puree and all the spices in it.
Hope you are having a wonderful week :D

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Kitchen Belleicious 25/9/13 03:58

i love love love pumpkin and I love that it is GF naturally. these cookies look fantastic. I love that you added in the texture of oats.

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The Yum List 25/9/13 04:23

These look scrumptious. I don't think I could stop at just one.

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Blog do Chocolate 25/9/13 23:22

Angie, you are a perfect cook and these cookies are simply fantastic ! :)

Cheers,

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Helene Dsouza 26/9/13 12:58

lol I just came back with a kg of oats earlier. I wanted a smaller quantity but they didn't have any, so now I am stuck with all that. Luckily you have come up with this wonderful oats cookies recipe Angie.

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My Little Space 26/9/13 18:52

Oh my, what a fabulous combination. Must be so tasty good.
Kristy

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Patty Price 27/9/13 04:03

love pumpkin, oats and speculoos spice! These are beauties Angie ;)

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Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 28/9/13 00:16

These look delicious Angie -- love your use of ingredients here -- homemade pumpkin puree and all! (I make my own pumpkin pie spice does that count? ;-)

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Geraldine Saucier 28/9/13 01:17

I love the flavors in these cookies. I need to make them soon - they look so good.

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Amelia 30/9/13 16:21

Hi Angie, very healthy and addictive cookies. Beautiful presentation.

Best regards

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Veronica | Veronica's Cornucopia 1/10/13 07:27

I've never heard of Speculoos spice - do you make it yourself or is it something available in Germany? I did find a recipe for it and now I think I'll have to make the blend. Sounds perfect in these cookies and for many fall treats!

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Mary Moh 1/10/13 22:38

That looks very pretty and healthy. Angie, I will eat everything you make :D

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Angie Schneider 2/10/13 05:22

@Veronica | Veronica's Cornucopia It's a holiday baking spice mix and it can be purchased in large supermarkets. You definitely can make your own.

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Tricia @ Saving room for dessert 2/10/13 13:46

I just love a recipe that uses all my favorites - bananas, oats, pumpkin - yum! This would be great for breakfast - so pretty too!

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Mary Callan 2/10/13 19:51

Great cookies - love the use of banana :)
Mary x

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Sue 5/10/13 06:10

These sound so hearty and yummy!

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Cooking Rookie 7/10/13 17:47

These are just perfect autumn cookies! Love this recipe :-)

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