Yield: Yields about 20 medium muffins.
This gently spiced muffin is light and airy and perfect with a cup of coffee or tea. The recipe also works wonderfully with apple or pear purée in place of the pumpkin.
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I followed this recipe to the letter and I'm astounded this recipe has all five star ratings!!!! The amounts are wrong across the board and I only realized when I tasted the batter before putting them in the oven. It should have been 2 tsp of baking powder not 2 tbsp, and the cinnamon and ginger amounts are incorrect as well. The batter tasted phenomenal until I encorparted the flour. I threw a tray in just to be sure and they were disgusting when they came out. A recipe with incorrect amounts should never be 5 stars no matter how much you "should know better". Thanks for the wasted money and ingredients!
These were truly delicious. Light, airy and not overly sweet. I tinkered with the spices ever so slightly but kept the essence of the recipe. A keeper recipe for sure.
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