Pumpkin Cookies With Caramel Frosting
Did you just say pumpkin cookies? Pumpkin is one of the popularly grown vegetables that is amazingly rich in vital antioxidants and vitamins. It is less in calories but contains vitamin A, flavonoid poly-phenolic antioxidants such as leutin, carotenes, and xanthin. Pumpkins varies according to shape, colours and size. Have you ever seen a giant pumpkin? For you to know, it weighs 4-6 kilograms and is capable of weighing over 25 kilograms. Isn't it amazing? In general, its colour feature is usually orange or yellow in color; however, there are some varieties that are dark to pale green; others are brown, red, white and gray.
So, what are the benefits of pumpkin? Since a pumpkin is low in calorie, it provides 26 calories with no saturated fats or any cholesterol content. However, it is very rich in antioxidants, vitamins A, C, and E, minerals and a dietary fiber. But not also that, it is a good source of B-complex such as niacin, folates, vitamin B-6, thiamin and pantothenic acid. It is also rich in minerals that our body needs like copper, potassium, calcium and phosphorus. Now, that you already know the benefits that you'll probably get when eating pumpkins, are you ready to take a leap and experiment some nutritional recipes that use pumpkins? Brace yourself and be ready to try this Pumpkin Cookies With Caramel Frosting!
Well, just like me and you, I am also amazed at this delicious pumpkin cookies with caramel frosting recipe! I honestly don't like eating pumpkin, but let me give it a try to this mouthwatering recipe. You can check the link below or simply visit 'Life in the Lofthouse' website for more accurate information and directions. Once tried, share this with your friends, family, loved ones and other colleagues.. Happy baking and have fun!
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