Yummy muffins. Next time will add extra spice.
allstaralli Posted: 12/01/08
missylc Posted: 11/14/09
I think these are really good -- I used 15 oz. real pumpkin puree that I made and froze last month. I also made my own pumpkin pie spice mixture because I didn't have the pre-made stuff -- I wonder if that helped add more spice compared to others' results. I also added a couple tablespoons of ground flax seed, but may try the 1/2-whole-wheat substitution next time to make these even healthier.
baileypoo Posted: 10/20/09
Amazingly moist muffins! I just changed a few things...put about 1 1/2 tsp of cinnamon and about 1 1/2 tsp of pumpkin spice. I also replaced 1 cup of regular flour with whole wheat flour (to make it healthier). These taste exactly like Thanksgiving...they are delicious! I am definitely making them for turkey day!
ShannonP Posted: 10/24/11
Very good flavor.
sarabranscum Posted: 06/18/12
These are delicious! Don't mess with the recipe.
Hollybubba Posted: 10/14/13
Don't wait until Thanksgiving to make these. I did make a couple of minor changes and, yes, I am still reviewing the recipe. I substituted 1 cup of whole wheat flour for AP flour and I used 1/2 cup raisins and 1/2 cup dried cranberries. Even though I forgot to sprinkle with sugar before baking, they are plenty sweet. I will make again!
CherylT Posted: 05/07/14
These muffins are very good. I made a few changes: I added fat-free Greek yogurt instead of the buttermilk, added about 20% less sugar and sprinkled a few chopped walnuts on the top. I've never seen a recipe that suggests spraying the inside of a muffin cup with non-stick spray but I followed the directions and they came out fine. I doubled the recipe and ended up with 22 regular-sized muffins and 12 mini-muffins.