Okay, so I thought these muffins would be out- of -this- world-fantastic, but I was underwhelmed. First off, I'd like to say that if you want to work off this recipe, go ahead, it's a solid base, but I wouldn't bake these muffins at 400 degrees. Maybe it's something I did wrong, but at 400 degrees, the bottoms of about 7 (out of 24) muffins turned really really dark-- they burned. I used muffin papers too. So next time, I'd probably reduce the temperature to 375, so they can cook fully without burning the bottom. Also, the flavor was okay, but not nearly spicy enough. I also had to change the recipe again, because I don't think that pumpkin bread or muffins should have ONLY white sugar. There should definitely be some brown sugar in there. I omitted the raisins by personal preference, and only sprinkled the nuts on top. I have this really good pumpkin bread recipe and I was thinking I could just make muffins out of it, but I think it would probably yield like 75 muffins, and that's just intense.
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Okay, so I thought these muffins would be out- of -this- world-fantastic, but I was...