Quantcast

Pumpkin Muffins - 2 ingredients only

INNspiring.com | Innkeeper Forum & Innkeeping Resources

Help Support INNspiring.com | Innkeeper Forum & Innkeeping Resources:

JBloggs

Moderator
Moderator
Joined
Oct 7, 2008
Messages
17,743
Reaction score
0
If anyone has these ingred's handy and wants to share the outcome, we would love to find out!
Pumpkin Muffins[/h3]
http://sweet-verbena.blogspot.com/2011/08/pumpkin-muffins.html
and serve with a tub of whipped cream cheese...I might have to go to the store for a few minutes and give these a shot. Of course if you must add more add some chopped walnuts or raisins, or use a spice cake mix, there would be no end to the doctoring on this one!
 

Madeleine

Well-known member
Joined
Sep 29, 2011
Messages
7,990
Reaction score
0
I have to go check if I have another can of pumpkin but I'm game to try this!
 

Aussie Innkeeper

Well-known member
Joined
Jan 16, 2010
Messages
749
Reaction score
0
I make these all the time, except I use spiced cake mix. The yellow would work, too. And, the spice cake mix is usually not on sale or in the 'store brand' kind.
Make sure to mix it really well, otherwise you'll find little pockets of dry mix throughout. I've even sifted the cake mix. These tend to be very dense. Very tasty and SO easy!! I sprinkle some raw sugar over top before baking.
 

gillumhouse

Moderator
Staff member
Moderator
Supporting Member
Joined
May 22, 2008
Messages
15,520
Reaction score
83
Dang! I have the pumpkin in the freezer but no cake mix. Next trip to the store maybe....
 

JBloggs

Moderator
Moderator
Joined
Oct 7, 2008
Messages
17,743
Reaction score
0
In the oven now, I used spice cake mix and plain pumpkin, vs plain cake mix and spiced pumpkin. LOL
put the pecan on top because I can't ice them and give in the bags, so just make them a little more attractive.
I took a few images, will share later once I get the finished product image. Smells pretty good in here.
updated: Not dense at all. But I used the liners so they were not super huge muffins (even tho the tin was the larger muffin size). If you made them without the liner then you would have a much bigger muffin, perhaps too big (imo).
I used TWO cake mixes $1.27 each, and 1 larger can of pumpkin puree = 20 muffins.
 

Samster

Well-known member
Joined
May 30, 2008
Messages
6,475
Reaction score
14
Location
South Carolina
I always stock up on cake mixes when they're BOGO in the store for recipes like this. Will try it for company!
 

Latest posts

Top