With only 100 calories for 3 mini-muffins, these healthy and delightful mini-pumpkin muffins are topped with crunchy granola. These delicious bites are a guilt-free way to stop those mid-afternoon hunger pangs, yet nutritious and filling for a kid-friendly after-school snack!
by J. Jackie
, Torrance, CA on Nov. 2010
These will go great with all the upcoming holiday cooking. Adding this to my list.
by A. Angela
, Los Angeles on Nov. 2010
So good for my tummy. I'm making this again!
by n. nancy
, Willow Hill, IL on Feb. 2010
these are good and easy and healthy
by D. Dave
, Woodbury, MN on Sep. 2009
Kids loved them.
3 for 100
by V. Vicki
, Edinburgh, IN on May. 2009
This was an easy recipe. I substituted sour cream for the oil, and chopped walnuts for the topping. (nothing goes with pumpkin like walnuts!)
3 for 100 mini pumpkin muffins
by J. Janice
, Bartlett, IL on May. 2009
I tried the recipe it was easy to make, the smell was fantastic, but had very little taste. Turned out to be a disappointment.
3 for 100
by j. jeanne
, Craftsbury Common, VT on Apr. 2009
Always trying new ideas for pumpkin. I just cut back on sugar and used unsweetened apple sauce for oil. Will make again, thanks
3 for100minipumpkin muffins
by M. Maryann
, Coatesville, PA on Apr. 2009
This recipe was the best tasting muffins and the kids loved it.
Tasty for Snacks
by L. LORETTA
, Temecula, CA on Apr. 2009
Easy to make and a great healthy snack for the whole family.
by S. Sarah
, on Apr. 2009
These are absolutely great. My mom is on Weight Watchers and these are a good snack for her. I love them as a little dessert at night. Enjoy!
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