Create a gift worth giving when you prepare this scrumptious pumpkin and raisin muffin mix for friends and relatives.
this is so good
by M. Maya
, La Mesa, CA on Nov. 2009
These muffins didn't last more than 20 minutes. I made 50 of this mini muffins for my daughter thanksgiving feast at school and they were gone fast.
Mini Pumpkin Muffin Mix
by J. Jennifer
, , on Nov. 2009
Bland--lacks moisture and sweetness that you get with pumpkin bread. For the second batch, I added and extra 1/2 cup of brown sugar, which made it better, but still not what I wanted.
by J. Jane
, Washta, IA on Mar. 2009
This is a good idea for a gift.
by s. sarah
, ewa beach, HI on Feb. 2009
Every thing was good with these mini muffins. My husband is in the military and he brought them to work. Everyone at his worked just loved them.
I added pumpkin seeds and a cream cheese mix in the middle (for a nice little extra), so moist and enjoyable.
Wonderful Christmas Gift
by M. Marlyn
, Puyallup, WA on Dec. 2008
I wanted to give something different this year besides cookies. I have to say that this was definitely worth baking. My family loved it. It was so easy to make. I will definitely use this recipe again.
by T. Tammie
, Powhatan, VA on Dec. 2008
This is so easy and tastes great!
by G. Gayle
, Lincoln, NE on Dec. 2008
Made these for teacher thank you for Thanksgiving! They really enjoyed them and said they were delicious!
Great for snacks
by R. Rakkier
, NEW ORLEANS, LA on Oct. 2008
I used this recipe for my daughter's snack day contribution at school. Because of earlier comments I used buttermilk instead of regular milk to help with moistness. Great taste, not too sweet, put in pumpkin shaped muffin molds and dusted with powdered sugar. They were a hit!!
by J. Joyce
, Phoenixville, PA on Sep. 2008
This recipe is so easy to mix up and have on the shelf ready to go for those last minute baking "emergencies". The muffins are just the best - they're moist and taste better when a day old, although I have a hard time keeping them around that long. I have fun switching around the extras. Sometimes it's raisins, sometimes it's walnuts or dried cranberries or shelled pumpkin seeds; which are a nice touch. I also add 1/4 teaspoon powdered ginger for a little extra zip.
MINI PUMPKIN MUFFINS
by B. BECKY
, WHEELERSBURG, OH on Sep. 2008
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