Pumpkin dark chocolate chip oatmeal cookie


Halloween is approaching and is a time characterized by overconsumption of sugary “empty” calorie products, usually with high levels of simple sugars and fat and, on the other hand, a low or zero intakes of vitamins, minerals or fiber.

The Quinta dos Açores Nutrition Center presents a tasty and nutritious suggestion, with a significant integral component and using a much appreciated seasonal product, which may be the perfect alternative to the sweets usually shared among children on Halloween: Pumpkin dark chocolate chip oatmeal cookies.


Pumpkin dark chocolate chip oatmeal cookie


Fine Oat Flakes: 100g

Oat flour: 50g

Pumpkin: 200g

Orange Juice: 1 Tbsp

Honey: 1 tbsp

Cinnamon: ½ tsp

Dark chocolate chips: (optional)



  1. Pre-cook the pumpkin, then Puree the pumpkin until smooth.
  2. combine all ingredients in a container, except for the dark chocolate chips, and mix thoroughly until a smooth paste is obtained.
  3. Shape into identical balls and arrange on a tray with parchment paper. Using a spoon, give the desired shape to the cookie. You can use a mold if you want the cookie to look more perfect.
  4. Add dark chocolate chips or chunks to the cookies.
  5. Bake at 356ºF for about 15 minutes.

healthy pumpkin dark chocolate chip oatmeal cookies for Halloween







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