Recipe by Ash
"The intoxicating aroma these muffins send through your home is just a bonus."
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whole wheat flour
flax seed meal
rolled oats, plus extra for garnish
dark brown sugar
nonfat plain yogurt
pumpkin seeds for garnish
This is a good muffin...definitely more like a breakfast muffin than a "treat" muffin. Good, healthy ingredients. Great with peanut butter on them! I didn't make it exactly as stated, instead of adding nuts and raisins, I added a little more oatmeal. Also, I didn't have plain yogurt, so I used vanilla and reduced the brown sugar and eliminated the vanilla extract. Thanks!
OK, I really wanted to like these muffins. They have healthy ingredients and are fun to make. But, the taste did not appeal to me and my family! I made the first batch, exactly as the recipe said and after one bite did not eat them. A couple of weeks later I thought I must have made an error somewhere, so darn if I didn't make them again. This is a lot of preparation work folks! This time they were a little dry ( I overcooked them to get to the point where an inserted toothpick came out clean) but the real problem was the clove flavor- way too strong. I would leave this out. Second thing- the pumpkin seeds are tough as nails! Why put these on there? Anyway, my very non-picky family didn't finish even one muffin. My opinon, I know some reviewers liked them.
I used whole wheat pastry flour in place of the AP, but kept everything else the same until I actually made the muffins, then I made them into large muffins, so I got 8 instead of 12 and I baked them for 20 minutes at 375. The kitchen smelled so good and the muffins lived up to the smell. Moist and almost guilt free. Thanks, Ash we'll be having these many more times.
These muffins are delicious and healthy, but they do take some time to prepare. I used a combination of mostly honey and part maple syrup to replace the refined sugar. I also used wheat germ instead of flax seed meal because that's what I had in the cupboard. I added slightly more yogurt, since some reviewers said that these muffins were too dry, and just slightly less cloves since some reviewers said they were too spicey. They turned out perfectly, and I think they'd be good with even the full amount of cloves.
Very moist & delish! I cut back brown sugar to 1/4C. & used vanilla yogurt. No oil but extra T. of applesauce & pumpkin. Thanks, love the flax added for health.
I'm madly in love with these!! My kids totally love them too! I made no changes whatsoever because they're amazing as is! If anyone's wondering, with *no extras* (nuts, seeds etc) they are only THREE WEIGHT WATCHER POINTS! Loaded with "filling foods", whole grains.. amazing :)
Really liked these muffins! They are easy to make, have healthy ingredients and have a fabulous texture! I didn't change a thing to the recipe except that I didn't put the pumpkin seeds on the top. One thing that this recipe should perhaps mention is that it does not work in paper muffin cups! The muffins totally stuck to the paper! Maybe it's just my cups...I was thrown off by the photo. Will make these again! Yum!
Wonderful--I think a muffin should be healthy, not a cupcake! Love the whole grain content, and flavor is fabulous! I did add a bit of coarse sugar to dress up the top. Kaye, if you don't use the flax, you may want to add a bit more oil so they won't be dry!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Spiced Pumpkin Molasses Muffins
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 62
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