Recipe by Veronica
"These simple but tasty muffins will fill your house with a warm and wonderful aroma. They are full of goodies like raisins, nuts, pumpkin and spices."
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1 1/2 cups
pumpkin pie spice
packed brown sugar
canned pumpkin puree
Good muffins! I substituted applesauce for the oil and used regular flour with baking powder and salt instead of self rising flour. Next time I'll probably double the pumpkin pie spice.
I guess this would be good if I had used the called for self rising flour. Instead they turned out hard and dense.
I really enjoyed these muffins, they were delicious! A good addition would be to add walnuts, too.
Blah! These were bland. My husband said the same thing. I had to make a frosting to make these even edible for the party for which they were intended. I had even added extra spice and pumpkin. Probably needed some more sugar.
I LOVE these muffins! I'm watching my calories and fat so they are perfect if you substitute the oil for equal apple sauce like someone suggested on here. I also used half Splenda and half brown sugar. (I cut calories where I can). I doubled the spices as reccomended. These are fantastic with my changes I made, so I can only imagine how good they would be if you followed the recipe! *You have to use the self rising flour though or they don't turn out!
First of all, I didn't use raisins. Then I added 1/4 more of brown sugar and since I made my own self-rise flour (add baking powder and salt) I didn't add anymore salt to it. The first batch came out a lil salty so on the second one I didn't add the extra salt. And yes, these would taste better with walnuts but making them for kids and don't know if they have nut allergies. Oh and adding more pumpkin pie spice sounds like a great idea! will try that next time
These were awful. No way it made 12. Small, hard and bland. Perhaps some ingredients were left out of the recipe.
actually these muffins when i made them turned out moist for me...yes they were more like muffin tops.. they were small but they were good and plus i put some pumpkin cream cheese on them and drank some coffee... perfect combo :)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pumpkin Muffins I
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 49
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