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Monday, August 13, 2012

Pumpkin Spice Muffins

Hope ya'll had a great weekend! Even though it was hot I still was craving breads this weekend for some reason. I made pumpkin, a real yummy banana and am planning on making a zucchini later this week. These muffins turned out really great they are so moist! One thing you got to love about pumpkin is you can pretty much always count on that. I was thinking these would be yummy to add carrots to as kinda a carrot pumpkin muffin. My family however, put the thumbs down to that so I have not yet tried it. What do you think of that add?
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Servings: 12
Serving Size: 1 Muffin
Calories: 89
Fat: 0 g
Carbs: 19 g
Fiber: 1 g
Protein: 2 g
Points+: 2

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Here Are Your Ingredients:

1 Cup Pumpkin Puree 
3/4 Wheat Flour 
3/4 White Flour
1 Tablespoon Vanilla
2 Teaspoons Cinnamon
1/2 Cup Brown Sugar 
1 Large Egg White 
1/2 Teaspoon Baking Soda
1/4 Cup Splenda


Pre heat oven to 375 degrees. With hand mixer mix all wet ingredients; pumpkin, vanilla, brown sugar, and egg white. In a separate bowl add dry ingredients and mix; flour, cinnamon, Splenda, and baking soda. When both bowls are thoroughly mixed pour dry ingredients into wet ingredients and mix. Place one spoonful of mixture in muffin sleeves. Cook for 15 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean.
Bon ABpetit!
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28 comments:

  1. These muffins make me ready for fall! I love pumpkin spice!

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    1. I read that in your post today about the pumpkin coffee's haha we just have so much in common

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  2. Those look so yummy!!!!!! I will DEF make these for my man in the fall!! Thanks for sharing :)
    xoxo
    Dani
    www.thatfitnesschic.blogspot.com

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    1. Anytime!! I am glad you like them I wanted to hold this recipe over for fall but I just couldnt wait I was too excited haha

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  3. Im with your family on the carrots. Im thinking chocolate chips or maybe cream cheese? Not the healthiest choices. What would those add ins do to the points? Pumkin anything is good on its own all year round so I will make your recipe as it is. Two points for a muffin is pretty low!

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    1. I guess they are right sometimes then haha! Ya I was thinking the same they would def add a little bit to the points for 1 tbsp of low fat cream cheese OR 1 cup of semi sweet choc chips would add 2 points per muffin. Might be worth it tho right? haha

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  4. These muffins look incredibly good! Even though I'm not ready to give up this scorching hot summer, this post is making me look forward to fall!

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    1. I chose to have my summer and eat it too (aka fall) ahha thanks Ellen!

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  5. Thanks for stopping by my blog. These look absolutely delicious! I love pumpkin all year round but especially in the fall :) And only 89 calories? Yes please!!

    xo,
    Amy

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    1. Thank you Amy for stopping by mine as well! Excited to have you!! Yes 89 cals :) I was excited when I calculated it!

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  6. Ohhh, my first fall recipe , I love it when that time rolls around, so much good food and flavors. Thanks for stopping by...

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    1. Thanks Gerry excited to see you here! Come by again soon I know I will be back by yours!

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  7. I LOVE pumpkin! So i'm glad about this recipe cant wait to try!

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    1. Thanks Rosy and thanks for clickin on by happy to have you!

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  8. Pumpkin is my favorite! I already have so many pumpkin recipe ideas for fall posts. You just made me so excited for fall!

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    1. Haha I love pumpkin I am glad you can hold in your excitment better than me I couldnt help myself I just had to make em and share asap when I got that craving haha

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  9. Guess you are on the same page about getting excited for fall! Just got new boots and sweaters today...all that's missing is a pumpkin spice latte from starbucks and a couple of these muffins. YUM!

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    1. Boots and a pumpklin latte are next on my agenda dont get me wrong not super excited for fall but for all those things I AM OBSESSED.

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  10. No, not carrots but perhaps pumpkin seeds.

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  11. I love pumpkin muffins.
    I've never tried it using wheat flour.
    I will try to make your recipe next time.
    Yummy!

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  12. First time here...really like your blog :) I have Joined your site :)
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  13. Thanks for leading me to your lovely space dear :) You have a very delectable space happy to follow you now :) And good combo muffins will definitely give a try :) Do stay in touch!!
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  14. Lovely muffins! Healthy and delicious.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  15. I am too READY for the autumn! These muffins look perfectly moist and tasty.

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  16. These look amazing moist and delicious! Love the beautiful orange colour. Would love to haev a basketful of these muffins.

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  17. Hi Ashlee, love this muffin, look so moist and awesome. The heart shape spoon look cute, is that a measuring spoon?

    Thanks for visiting my blog and leave your lovely comments. Glad to meet you.
    Have a nice day.

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  18. The muffins look so moist and nice flavors in it... Happy to join ur wonderful site. Do join me when u find time

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  19. I think carrots would be great! I might try it that way and let you know. I just heard of zuchinni bread with pineapple too. Supposed to be delicous.

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