Great recipe, bakes perfectly, good recipe
Love these! so moist. Love the fact that this is a make ahead batter that keeps for a week. This really makes nearly 3 dozen standard muffins!
This muffin is heavy on the ginger spice, and not very sweet, although the texture is nice. It really would pair nicely with coffee or tea, the way that a scone or biscotti would.
Just lovely! These are a big hit at my house. So tender and spicy.
Cut the recipe in half and it made 12 large muffins, and half of them are in the freezer for busy mornings or late night snacks later on. I added some chopped toasted walnuts along with raisins this time and loved it! I think I might swap out the raisins next time and give mini chocolate chips a try.
This exactly what it says light and airy. I have eaten several pumpkin breads that are kind of oily and very dence. These muffins are very light and airy! I cut the recipe in half and it made 18 regular sized muffins. Also, I did not have yogurt or sour cream on hand so I used butter milk. I am a big fan of butter milk. I am licking my lips now!
On a side note... I made this batch to bring to my friend that is running her first Marathon, The Marine Corps Marthon at that... she is carbo-loading these few days before her big event.
My new favorite pumpkin muffin recipe! Love, love, love all the spices, will not change a thing the next time I make it.
I LOVE this recipe! It is my fall go-to. Of course, I spice it up a little differently but I always keep the ginger and cin. It makes a TON but the batter freezes great as well as the finished product. And let's get real about it, a muffin is just a naked cupcake.... so top it with cream cheese frosting (not too sweet!) with grated lemon zest and you've got an amazing dessert. No pumpkin? No problem! Just substitute it for apple sauce and let your imagination run wild. :)
I found this recipe made 30 muffins instead of 20 so the calorie count is closer to a reasonable snack-size of 220. I wish I had seen the one reviewer's recommendation to add toasted walnuts - I had to leave raisins out of half of my recipe since my husband hates them!
Generally quite tasty - but I think if I made them again I would substitute walnuts (maybe even sunflower seeds) sub some whole wheat flour, use plain yogurt instead of sour cream and even cut back the butter too. Hmmmm I'd be changing the whole recipe... : ) I guess I just expect muffins to be healthy rather than decadent!
This is a muffin that I make quite often for my teenage daughter to eat in the morning. To make it more nutritious I substitute 1/2 WW flour for the all purpose. I also add a couple of scoops of protein powder and about 1/4 C. ground flax seed.
With a heavy hand I add some fresh ground nutmeg. These are truly delish and freeze very nicely. They make quite I bit so I usually halve the recipe.
I made this recipe substituting 1 cup of brown agave nectar for the 1 cup of brown sugar, and it worked very well! I also substituted 1/2 cup of canola oil for a stick of butter and used reduced fat sour cream.
I made this recipe last weekend, substituted toasted walnuts for the raisins. I also melted some butter and dipped the baked muffins in cinnamon sugar making the top crunchy when the mixture was dry. Wonderful!
I made half a batch and it made 12 muffins and a mini loaf. I added chocolate chips instead of raisin (so my husband would eat them) and replaced half the butter with applesauce. What a delightful, moist muffin!
This was delicious, making a light batter and very moist muffins. One can of pumpkin is about 1.5 cups, which is just right for a half-recipe. My half-recipe made 48 mini-muffins plus a mini-loaf.
Wonderful. I am not a big fan of pumpkin but these muffins are amazing.