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Pumpkin Cookie Dough Dip

Need an easy last-minute party dessert? This homemade pumpkin cookie dough dip takes just minutes to make, and it tastes like pumpkin pie!

Pumpkin Cookie Dough Dip

A pumpkin dessert dip that’s super easy to prepare.

Bring it to your next party… and watch it quickly disappear!

Serve with graham crackers, sliced bananas, apples, gingersnaps, pancakes, or anything else you want to cover in cookie dough!

Leftover Pumpkin? Make Pumpkin Mac And Cheese!

Secretly Healthy Pumpkin Cookie Dough Dip

Over the years, healthy cookie dough dip has definitely become one of my most popular recipe ideas.

There are now versions on the blog for chocolate, banana, cake batter, snickerdoodle, oatmeal, and even Sugar Free Cookie Dough Dip.

Many of you have requested a pumpkin version, so when I was invited to a Friendsgiving party this past weekend, I immediately knew what I wanted to make.

These secretly healthy cookie dough dips are the perfect party recipes, because they’re so easy to make (no oven required!) and use up pantry staple ingredients you can always keep on hand. The finished product also won’t melt or get completely smashed en route to your destination.

(Did I ever tell you about the time I had to take a three-layer wedding cake in an Uber?)

Also Try This Pumpkin Banana Bread

Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Dip Recipe

This pumpkin cookie dough dip is almost too good.

You might love it so much that you end up having to make a second batch to share!

It’s also really delicious spread on top of Applesauce Muffins.

Secretly Healthy Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Dip

Pumpkin Cookie Dough Dip

Adapted from the famous Chickpea Cookie Dough Dip

Pumpkin Cookie Dough Dip

Total Time: 5m
Yield: 3 cups
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Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 cups cooked chickpeas or white beans (1 can, drained + rinsed well)
  • 1/2 cup pumpkin puree or mashed sweet potato
  • 1/3 cup rolled oats, or 1/4 cup flour of choice (spelt, almond, sorghum, etc.)
  • 1/4 cup almond butter, or coconut butter or oil of choice
  • 1/3 cup pure maple syrup, honey, or agave
  • 2 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp pumpkin pie spice, or additional cinnamon
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/8 tsp baking soda, for flavor
  • optional 1/2 cup chocolate chips or sugar free chocolate chips

Instructions

In a good food processor, blend all ingredients except chips until completely smooth. (A blender will work if you must—and if you stop every now and then to stir so it blends evenly—but texture and taste will be better in a food processor). If too thick, add a little milk of choice as needed. Stir in the chips, and serve with graham crackers, sliced bananas, gingersnaps, pancakes, or anything else you want to cover in cookie dough! Store leftovers covered and refrigerated 2-3 days. Readers have commented to say this freezes well.

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Published on November 14, 2019

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  1. Kit-Kat says

    Oh, yum! I can’t wait to try this out….
    I love pumpkin so much, and any winter/summer squash root veggie (like zuchinni, sweet mamas, yams, acorn squashes, etc). You should try to make a sweet potato-pecan dip for thanksgiving!

  2. Jennifer JCD says

    Oooh, yummy, and nut-free! I don’t have quick oats, so I will try this with some chopped rolled oats and see how it turns out. Looks yummy!

    Tire of pumpkin? Never!

  3. Sara says

    I have to say, I love how “clean” and simple your recipes are. Most of the time, when I search for vegan recipes, I still feel like I need to do a ton of things to adapt them. I don’t have time for a bunch of fussy ingredients and preparations either. I would like to request that you maaaaybe make a recipe using cranberries 🙂 I’ve bought 2 bags of them (it seemed like a good idea in the store), and have yet to find anything very interesting to try. Thanks for all the yummy ideas!

  4. Susan says

    Can you share some of your favorite things to dip into this or serve with it? Trying to visualize bringing it all on a platter to a ladies PJ party I’m attending this weekend. Would love suggestions from all of you.

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      It can be served as a dessert dip, as a spread (maybe in between apple slices or crackers?), eaten with a spoon, mixed into oatmeal, stuffed into cupcakes, or even used to top pancakes.

      Good serving suggestions include graham crackers or apple slices or gingersnaps. Or anything else that people serve with regular pumpkin dip.

  5. Erin says

    Get out, Katie. This looks amazing. I am pumpkin obsessed and I’ve been looking forward to making your cookie dough dip… this is a perfect combination. And no, I can’t get sick of pumpkin! I’m actually eating pumpkin oatmeal right now. 🙂 Do you foresee getting sick of it anytime soon?

  6. Megan says

    Heck no! Bring on the pumpkin! All of your pumpkin recipes look fantastic and plus, it’s fall! Pumpkin overload is necessary! (Especially in combination with chocolate)

  7. Reesa says

    Actually, I would LOVE a straight up pumpkin pie recipe! I think it would be awesome for Thanksgiving. I THINK I could piece together a recipe from your others, but I’m not practiced at this, so having it spelled out would be super awesome.

  8. CarmenBerkey says

    Is anyone finding the brand of garbonzo you use changes the taste of the dip? I’m getting a really strong bean taste, which isn’t bad but wasn’t sure if that’s what everyone else was getting too.
    🙂 Thanks!

  9. Maddie says

    Oh,this looks delicious! Pumpkin is amazingly hard to tire of. 🙂
    What did you serve on the side to dip? I think gingersnaps would be amazing but maybe that’s the Fall season talking. 😛

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      It can be served as a dessert dip, as a spread (maybe in between apple slices or crackers?), eaten with a spoon, mixed into oatmeal, stuffed into cupcakes, or even used to top pancakes.

      Good serving suggestions include graham crackers or apple slices or gingersnaps. Or anything else that people serve with regular pumpkin dip.

      But yeah, lol, good call on the gingersnaps. That’s actually what I used for the party! 🙂

  10. Stephanie says

    It’s hard for me to get sick of pumpkin!
    This looks awesome and very easy to make!!! My question is, what kinds of things to you provide to dip into it?? Or do you just scoop it out and eat with a spoon?? My other question is what do you use to store and garnish the dip?

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      It can be served as a dessert dip, as a spread (maybe in between apple slices or crackers?), eaten with a spoon, mixed into oatmeal, stuffed into cupcakes, or even used to top pancakes.

      Good serving suggestions include graham crackers or apple slices or even gingersnaps. Or anything else that people serve with regular pumpkin dip.

  11. Giulia @ Tutupa's Lab says

    I’m not a big fan of pumpkin…okay, I’m not a fan at all 😀 And with the whole blogging community on a pumpkin craze, I can’t wait for pumpkin season to be over!

    • Ali @ Peaches and Football says

      It is a craze isn’t it? I’m not a fish fan and I can’t imagine the horrors if there was an entire season dedicated to fish. I think I’d either fall over or avoid blogs for a few months until it ended. Good luck girl!

  12. Emma (Sweet Tooth Runner) says

    WOAH. I plan on making this TODAY as soon as I get home! I can’t wait! 😀

    And I could NEVER get tired of pumpkin! 😛

  13. Ali @ Peaches and Football says

    Not tired of pumpkin yet. Heck it isn’t even Thanksgiving yet! Bring it!

    Love adding the beans. Makes it “healthy” ya know? Plus I love the extra protein/fiber kick!

  14. Wendy Yamazaki says

    Sounds yummy! What do you use to dip? Cookies? Crackers? Fruit? Or is it meant to be eaten straight out of the bowl with a spoon? 🙂

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      It can be served as a dessert dip, as a spread (maybe in between apple slices or crackers?), eaten with a spoon, mixed into oatmeal, stuffed into cupcakes, or even used to top pancakes.

      Good serving suggestions include graham crackers, sliced fruit, or gingersnaps. Or anything else that people serve with regular pumpkin dip.

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