Crumble-Top Pumpkin Muffins are delicious and you'll love the streusel topping.
by T. THERESA
, on May. 2010
I really didn't expect these to turn out so bland, especially with the majority of the reviews being so positive. I agree with many of the posters that rated it a 3 or less, you CAN taste the baking mix. If you are planning on making this recipe (because it received so many positive reviews), I'd suggest adding pumpkin pie spice to the dry ingredients, that should help hide the baking mix taste and give it a more pumpkin-y taste.
PUMPKIN !! PUMPKIN !!
by D. Deirdre
, Tellico Plains, TN on Mar. 2010
We all love pumpkin goodies and this was a great find. To get it to the table quicker, I used a loaf pan,baking at 350 degrees for 60-70 minutes. Yum!
by B. Betty
, Lafayette, IN on Jan. 2010
I made these over the weekend, I substituted frozen cranberries for the raisins. I used Baking Mix, the taste is good, I don't notice the taste of the baking mix like some others stated. It was a little hard to get everything mixed up, I still ended up with a few "spots" of baking mix that I didn't get mixed in good enough.
Better than the Other Pumpkin Muffins!
by E. Emily
, Walnut Creek, CA on Oct. 2009
I just made these for the first time and they're great, but I can definitely taste the Bisquik a little. They're much more moist than the Pumpkin Oat Muffins on the site, and have a lot more flavor.
I doubled the amount of cinnamon in the batter, and used brown sugar instead of white for the streusel topping.
Great Treat for the Whole Family
by E. Erin
, Chesapeake, VA on Oct. 2009
My husband claims to "hate" pumpkin. But, he gobbled these muffins up...my children too. It's a delicious way to get my family to eat pumpkin with all of it's vitamins and minerals. Now, my daughter even requests these muffins over cup-cakes! What more can you ask for?
by J. Jennifer
, Columbus, OH on Feb. 2009
I am not a Bisquik fan and sure enough, it spoiled the taste a bit as you can taste the Bisquik. I also found them a bit too dense. I really liked the raisins, I used large raisins, the crumble top turned out well, and I liked someone's suggestion of adding chopped nuts, that would have worked out well. Overall, a solid recipe but it could be lighter.
Crumble Top Pumpkin Muffins
by H. Holly
, Valparaiso, IN on Dec. 2008
These are delicious!! And since they are low in fat, I feel good feeding them to my family. I will def. make these on a regular basis!
Tasty and moist
by B. BARRIE
, Danville, KY on Dec. 2008
I did take out the raisins. I also used canned pumpkin and added pumpkin pie spice with extra cinnamon. The muffins were very tasty and moist. They were a huge hit with my family and disappeared within a few days. Next time I will have to double the batch and "hide" a few for me!
by T. Theresa
, South Elgin, IL on Dec. 2008
This recipe is missing liquid of some sort. Not a good recipe. It needs fixing.
Hard as Hockey Pucks
by K. Karina
, Vancouver, WA on Nov. 2008
LOL I didn't read the recipe correctly and used all purpose flour instead of baking mix. Big Mistake. They turned out awful. I will try again with the correct ingredients.
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