These are really good. Beware though it says a dollop of the cream cheese filling - about a tablespoon. If you use a tablespoon's worth you will run out of filling. It's more like a teaspoon and half. There are not 24 tablespoons in the cream cheese mixture. More like 17. You can always divvy it out more if you have some left over. It's easier than taking a little out of each to add to.
Pumpkin-Cream Cheese Streusel Muffins
Kilyena Posted: 05/15/13
slburton3 Posted: 04/10/13
The cream cheese filling and crumble topping add a little extra to the pumpkin muffin. Quite good, will make again!
lissalane Posted: 05/15/13
Absolutely delightful..., the filling makes it even yummier..., I'm making this again over the wknd!!
sherry9531 Posted: 09/14/13
my daughter said they are better than Starbucks!
teafortwo Posted: 09/17/13
Thank you Kilyena-1.5 teaspoons is exactly right. These are rich and tasty; a bit of work for a muffin. I would make them again for company or a special day. I cut back on the sugar and oil (added 3/4 cup milk, 3/4 cup of oil) I would have used apple sauce if I had it. I also cut back on the sugar. They were delicious!
kedenv Posted: 12/08/13
These pumpkin muffins are amazing! So moist and so good! I will make this recipe again and again! I need to do a better job of portioning out the cream cheese and batter, because I was heavy handed on the first dozen, but no matter how you layer it tastes sooooo good!
emgirl Posted: 03/15/14
These muffins were delicious! The only thing I didn't like about them is that my family all thought they were a little too sweet so I tweaked them so that I only used two cups total of sugar. Otherwise they were fantastic, and everyone loved them!
Vinniegirl Posted: 04/18/14
I love this recipe. I actually make them into two loaves of bread instead of muffins. I use all applesauce for the oil and it is really moist.