Saturday, August 27, 2011

Pumpkin Muffins

Back to school means cooking for myself again. I've been pinning all kinds of recipes to my "yum" board in preparation. This one was first on my list. 

This lovely recipe is from the Big Red Kitchen.

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There's only two ingredients. That's right, just the cake mix and the pumpkin (15 oz.). No oil, no eggs, no water, nothing else. The end result is an amazing, incredibly moist muffin/cupcake with a hint of pumpkin flavor. 


It felt kind of strange not to add any liquids to the mix but it came together nicely into a thick batter.

Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes. 










Add a dusting of powdered sugar, or better yet some homemade cream cheese frosting for added awesomeness. 


Yum!



*Update*

Made these with chocolate mix too. Read about how they turned out and other ways to alter this recipe here






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145 comments:

Susan said...

That's the really popular weight watchers recipe. A very low point treat!

Rie said...

Delicious! But wait, pumpkin in a can... Love it. Want it. But damn, live in Australia & we don't have it!

Happy in red said...

Yum, that looks good. We don't have canned pumpkin hre either though :-(
Esther.

thehappyhomester said...

I totally just made this this morning. I was having a crazy pregnancy craving, was reading this in bed at 6:30, ran out the door in my sweats to grab the ingredients, and had an embarrassing incident in the process.

http://thehappyhomester.wordpress.com/2011/08/28/how-i-made-pumpkin-muffins-and-accidentally-kissed-a-cashier-2/

Amy said...

I saw these on hungry girl with a devil's food cake mix and made them last night. They were delish AND I substituted a gluten free cake mix so my whole family could enjoy them. SO EASY!!!

marcia furman said...

Yes! Being a lifetime weight watcher, this recipe has saved me many times. I love to make it with chocolate cake and then refrigerate the muffins. they are so good cold! :D

jennywren said...

LOVE this recipe-we use a spice cake mix for extra yumminess.

Jessica said...

I've done this with spice cake, too. And it's also extra yummy with mini chocolate chips...

Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust said...

These look delicious! I really really love pumpkin muffins. This recipe looks so easy, I know I'll have to try it this fall.

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Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust said...

Again, YUM! Thanks for sharing with Crazy Sweet Tuesdays!

bessmarks said...

These look awesome...and so easy! Cannot wait to try.

JCM said...

I use spice cake mix and throw in some chocolate chips -- spoon it onto a cookie sheet and call them cookies. Not quite as good as my pumpkin chocolate chip cookies that have 42 ingredients and take two hours to make (okay, I exaggerate), but they're close. My boys' favorite cookie! Love your site.

Robin Sue said...

Hi Katy,
Thanks so much for the link love! I must make these again and will try a chocolate cake mix for my kiddos. You blog is great and I love your game day dress- very posh indeed! Don't be afraid to try selling them, you never know until you try. Start small with only a few dresses and see how it goes!
Robin Sue

Amy said...

Hey! I saw this on pinterest and tried it out! I added chocolate chips too! It was so good! Thank you for sharring, now I finally know what to do with all those cans of pumpkin pie filling that have been sitting in my cupboard!

Marisa Hopkins said...

Yum. Made these for dessert - my kids flipped out for them. And so perfect to stick in their school lunch. I LOVE your blog!

Fairlightday said...

Saw these on pinterest as well and will be trying them this morning! :) I was curious where you found your cupcake/muffin liners? I've never seen any quite like that but love them!

Katy said...

Thank you for all your kind words ladies!

I found the baking cups at Hobby Lobby in the cake decorating aisle. They're Wilton's brand ruffled baking cups.

Here's a link if you're an online shopper (:

http://www.wilton.com/store/site/product.cfm?id=D482DA09-1E0B-C910-EA3EBA147C776E6C&fid=D482DA67-1E0B-C910-EAE5EE5AAAC66F0F

Renee Elizabeth said...

I'm going to try this recipe tonight! Thanks!

Curious...how many muffins does this recipe make? A full dozen?

beca burnett said...

@Amy who used Gluten Free mix...I assume they turned out ok? I was going to ask if anyone had used a gluten free batter. Going to make these this weekend!

Wnderlnd said...

I am about to try it with a white cake mix that is gluten free. It's what I had on hand, so I can post later how it goes.

Wnderlnd said...

I am about to try it with a white cake mix that is gluten free. It's what I had on hand, so I can post later how it goes.

Megan said...

I have been seeing these on pinterest and even repinned them a while ago so now that the weather has turned cool, I pulled out the pumpkin and a cake mix to try them. Thanks for sharing.

Alicia a.k.a. Crafty Al said...

Found and re-pinned your recipe earlier this week on Pinterest. Got the ingredients today, made them and LOVE THEM! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe. I saw someone above was going to try with spice cake - may have to do that as well. :)

Kate said...

Made these yesterday. Pretty good but didn't taste enough like pumpkin for me. So I added some spices this morning. Some cinnamon, nutmeg, a little bit of ginger and ground cloves. It made a huge difference in the flavor!

Fly Girls said...

Gave you a shout out on our blog today: 3flygirlz.blogspot.com.
Thanks for the great recipe!

anywho said...

Thanks for pinning on pinterest! My three boys gobbled them up. I scooped them into the cupcake liners with an icecream scoop and they looked so lovely when they popped up:) THX

Gloria (The Little Red House with the White Porch) said...

Saw this on Pinterest, so came to visit. Thanks for sharing!
Best,
Gloria
P.S. Love your idea of adding powdered sugar or frosting too!

Layla said...

Also coming over from Pinterest! For those asking about gluten free...

Just made these tonight using white gluten free cake mix (Betty Crocker, I think) and it turned out well (I also added some pumpkin pie spice) and I made it as a cake instead of muffins/cupcakes. It's still kind of doughy in spots but I guess that's okay since it's just pumpkin and not egg. The edges were very done, though.

I can taste a bit of the gluten free aftertaste but it's not horrible. I mixed it Pillsbury vanilla frosting (also gluten free) and made cake balls, and dipped in Lindt white chocolate.

Overall, I think it's very good and adds something to the gluten free cake mix. Next time I'll make into muffins or cupcakes.

Thanks for posting this recipe!

Patty said...

What size can of pumpkin? All I could find was a 30oz can but the picture looks to be a smaller can.

Alice said...

found this recipe on pinterest and just tried it out. these are super easy to make and super yummy!

Katy said...

Patty,

I used a 15 oz can. I'll add that info to the post, thanks for reminding me!

Marcy said...

I also found this on Pinterest and had to make them. Used Spice cake and Sweet Potato pie filling because my grocery didn't have pumpkin pie filling (I know, right!!??!!) They were SPECTACULAR!! I made them in a mine muffin pan (24 mini muffins). Took only about 10-12 minutes rather than the 20-25. Also, the sweet potato filling can was 30 oz and I saw the recipe called for 15 oz so I just used 1/2 of the can of sweet potato filling. These were so yummy!!!

Becky~ said...

I just found this yummy looking recipe.. how easy too.Im going to make it this weekend when we have our very first frost. Im a new follower.Im loving this blog!

livewhatyoulovekris said...

Wow these look amazing! I can't wait to try them! Thanks for sharing!

~*~MaeMae~*~ said...

Oh my goodness, On the way home tonight, I told my sister, man I could go for some Pumpkin pancakes from IHOP but being preggo and tired with swollen feet did not feel like going. Got on pinterest to show my sis how it worked and saw a pin of this recipe!! It is SOO good. We went a little to heavy on the icing by mistake but the cupcakes were awesome and so easy to make!!

Mrs. H said...

I just made these tonight for our Worship Leader! I made one with yellow cake and caramel bits, and one with spice cake mix. I added pumpkin pie spice to both. I will sprinkle the caramel ones with pdrd sugar and cinnamon, and the other I might do with cream chees mixed with whipped white frosting from a can... I know, more cheating.

My next batch I will make a cream cheese and pdrd sugar frosting, roll it into a log and chill it. Fill the cup a third full, add a slice of chilled frosting and the rest of the batter. It makes a nice cream cheese surprise! Make sure you let them cool, because the filling gets screamin' hot!

Loring

.:Heather:. said...

Thanks so much for sharing the yumminess! :) I found your blog through a pin on Pinterest & had to try making these myself! I made them 3 different ways & blogged about them here: http://www.pinfluence.com/2011/10/03/two-ingredient-pumpkin-muffins/

Vickee said...

Just put these in the oven! I make pumpkin muffins every year! These were so easy! I used spice cake, cake mix, the batter tasted yummy! Anxiously waiting on thenfinished product!!! :)

Vickee said...

Yum! They are perfect! Thank you for this great and simple recipe!!!

Vanessa said...

Thank you for sharing! Perfect for this weekend!!!

Dimple said...

Amazing! I made them with spice cake and did throw in two eggs and some oil for some added fluffiness. I added some buttercream frosting, green and orange sprinkles and a little pumpkin candy on top. They were a huge hit...just as good, if not better then anything from a bakery.

AJ said...

I made see using a Carrot Cake mix and added raisins. Unbelievably delicious. I let them cool about 10 minutes then popped them into a gallon size zip lock bag which kept them very moist. What a great recipe. I'm going to experiment with a few other cake flavors.

Burn That Dress said...

This looks so wonderful and yes, easy! Thanks for sharing, I must try it.

Unknown said...

I got this recipe through Pinterest as well. Today I went and bought all (okay, both) the ingredients and the muffins are in the oven even as we speak. I am going to mix up some vanilla pudding, add a little sugar free pumpkin pie syrup (torani) and see if I can put some in the middle of a few of them.

Mallory said...

Love them! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Mallory
http://mallicious.blogspot.com/2011/10/mmm-warm-pumpkin-muffins.html

srall said...

I have a friend who makes these and she adds Hershey's cinnamon chips to the mixture. This adds the extra flavor. The cinnamon chips are a seasonal item that can be hard to find.

Kelly said...

I found this recipe through Pinterest and gave it a try tonight since I had the ingredients on hand. They blew away my expectations! My hubby, both kiddos and I loved them. I added some chocolate chips to the mix. THANKS for sharing!

Jeans said...

I am going to make these today! Thanks so much for posting this!

Amanda said...

Made these this morning with my 2 year old. I also threw in some milled flax seed for a little extra healthy kick. Had a hard time making them though because he wouldn't stop eating the batter! Then he preceded to eat two muffins, and got mad when I wouldn't let him eat a third. These passed the toddler test, and that's saying a lot at our house.

frootbat31 said...

I tried these for my writer's group and they were a huge hit. I often joke how I require 'easy and quick' cooking due to the number of kitchen disasters I have, and this idea was PERFECT!

Amber Myers said...

I love that this recipe is only two ingredients! So easy and sooo good! Thanks for sharing!

AP said...

I may be the only person who did not like this recipe. However, it may be the cake mix I used. The fake vanilla taste of the yellow cake did not jive well with the pumpkin flavor for me. I may enjoy with spicke cake or white cake mix instead.

Cindy said...

If you are going to use Gluten Free cake mix (like us) add one small box of dry (the powder kind)sugar free vanilla pudding. This will add tons of moisture and you will not have a dry/dense muffin!

Brittney said...

I think I will make these into birthday cake for my 1 year-old with layers and yummy, fluffy cream cheese frosting. Any reason that wouldn't work?

Cassie said...

Yum! I just read about this on my friend's fb page. Easy and delicious sounds perfect!

Sara Elizabeth said...

Mine are in the oven right now! I used the pumpkin filling with the pie spices in it already (Libby's Easy Pumpkin Filling), butter golden cake, and CHOCOLATE CHIPS. This recipe is already a winner. The leftover batter was awesome.

Thanks for the inspiration!

ladyr58 said...

I tried this and they are delicious Thanks

Jocelyn W. said...

Wow~ thank you so much. I needed a quick recipe for a party I'm throwing for a few of my son's friends tomorrow and I just happened to have these ingredients. They are SOO yummy. Thanks for saving my Halloween!

Shel said...

I tried these today, and my entire family loves them!! Thanks so much for sharing, can't wait to try the chocolate cake recipe...

Nicole said...

Made these over the weekend with carrot cake mix and they were amazing! Thanks!

Allison Jordan said...

Hey there,
Lifted this recipe from Pinterest and am always looking for extremely easy foodie ideas. I made this today and it was incredible! Made a creme cheese frosting and subbed pumpkin spice butter along with the vanilla and conf sugar. Heavenly! ! ! Thank you so much!

Jmax89 said...

Has any one tried these with fresh pumpkin? I have a bunch left over from the pumpkin pies I made for Thanksgiving, and i'm looking for an easy (and delicious) way to use it up!

Lorrie said...

I made these this week for the first time with a spice cake mix. I added chopped walnuts and chocolate chips and my children love them! Going to try them with raisins next. My son loves them for breakfast!

Jmax89 said...

I made these with spice cake mix, chocolate chips, leftover FRESH pumpkin purée, and a little extra pumpkin pie spice. Delicious!

Fanny said...

I tried them and did not like them! I might be the only person that did not like this particular flavor. I might try to make them with the chocolate. :-(

Shellie - The Innkeeper said...

For those in Oz and Ireland etc, the best thing to substitute for the canned pumpkin is a cooked and mashed sweet potato! You will love it, it will taste similar, add some cinnamon and nutmeg if you have it. :)

Andrea said...

Hi! Found your blog, and specifically this recipe from a pin on Pinterest! Love the recipe and blogged about it today as a simple, holiday baked good and gift idea. I linked your original blog post. Thanks for sharing!
http://womaninthegarden.blogspot.com/2011/12/homemade-thoughtful-pretty-quick-easy.html

Lisa @ Lisa's Craft Blog said...

I found your post on Pinterest and I'm sooo glad I did!! These are just sooo darn yummy!!

I made my first batch of these today and they're delicious!! I even used white cake mix instead of yellow and it turned out amazing!!

My hubby LOVES them too!! You should've seen his face when he tasted the batter!! :D

Thanks sooo very much for sharing!!
~Lisa
Lisa's Craft Blog

Turista di Monda said...

Anyone know the WW points value on these?

Lisa @ Lisa's Craft Blog said...

I'm featuring this post over at Lisa's Craft Blog later today!! Feel free to come by and grab a "Featured" button whenever you're ready!!
Thanks for sharing such a great recipe!!
~Lisa
Lisa's Craft Blog

Kristin Whitehead said...

I just came across this post today...I made these a few weeks ago after learning about them in the M.O.M.S. group I'm in. They are so wonderful!!!

Unknown said...

I'm surprised no one has commented about using pureed pumpkin instead of the canned pumpkin. I have a freezer full of pureed pumpkin from the fall. I'll put 15 ounces or so of that plus spices and I'll probably through in some dried blueberries. I have a vegan spice cake mix that I've been wanting to use, so I'm excited to try it.

inellmozelle said...

I made these last fall. They came out of the oven looking just fine, but I thought they tasted pretty bland. I dusted them with a mixture of powdered sugar and pumpkin pie spice, and that helped quite a bit. :)

Sandra said...

Has anyone tried making them with yams or sweet potatoes. And adding the cinnamon and nutmeg to the batter maybe. I am going to give them a try. Hubby does not like pumpkin. Let's ya know how they are. Thanks for the tip.

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Susan said...

Bought all the ingredients for this last night (didn't have a cake mix) and so excited to try it! Thanks for sharing!

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Ash said...

I tried this today with a carrot cake mix (and I accidentally got the large can of pumpkin--and am just now realizing it when I came back to this post to comment, haha). It turned out GREAT!! Tastes just like pumpkin pie, and didn't have to add any spices or anything! The family loves them! Thank you for sharing this! :)

Kirsten Van Zuiden said...

About how many calories do you think are in one muffin? Just wondering! They look delicious!

Ash said...

This was originally a Hungry Girl/Weight Wacthers recipe since cutting out the eggs and oil takes out so much of the fats and calories. The original Hungry Girl post is here: http://www.hungry-girl.com/newsletters/raw/367

gma said...

I made this tonight!! Boy oh boy good stuff.
I used Betty Crockers carrot cake mix and the 15oz pumpkin, some pumpkin pie spice added chocolate chjps to only some muffins. Sprayed 36 mini muffins tin cups. My family enjoyed the ones without the ch.chips except for my chocolate lover daughter :) Thank you for sharing.

Tessa Tuegel said...

I made these tonight they were good but were alittle plain gona use spice cake next time think that will be good I think with the plain yellow cake mix u need to add pumpkin pie spice but my husband loved them he lives pumpkin thanks for the recipe super simple

Tessa Tuegel said...

I made these tonight they were good but were alittle plain gona use spice cake next time think that will be good I think with the plain yellow cake mix u need to add pumpkin pie spice but my husband loved them he lives pumpkin thanks for the recipe super simple

melissa price said...

Wonder if you can freeze these and rewarm. I'm kinda nervous and was wondering if anyone has did it before

Dawn Holmes said...

for those of you who put spices into the mix, how much did you use? And how many muffins did this make? Thank you..they sound awesome!

Anna said...

How many points is it per muffin, using a dozen muffin tin?

Manda said...

Cannot wait to try this because I oh so love pumpkin & easy!

stephie42 said...

I made these today but i did not know how many it actually made so i ended with 15. I keep seeing psts that say it makes 24. so I put in on my ww site and it came up with 4 pp per muffin. so next time i will make 24 equal muffins for the less points.

Wendy Holguin said...

Can I add some soy protein powder or will it be to thick?

Aims said...

Do you know about how many calories per muffin?

Tanya Bowers said...

I just popped these in the oven. I added a tablespoon of pumpkin pie spice. Let's hope it works!

Joanne Williams said...

Has anyone made this with sugar-free cake mix? Pillsbury has sugar-free vanilla and devil's food chocolate.

DC said...

Anyone know if you can use Pumpkin PIE mix instead of just Pumpkin?

Brenda Rhoades said...

Here Is A Cool Tip: I Put The Cake Mix In A Ziploc Bag Along With The Pumpkin And I Mush It All Together Then I Cut A Slit In The Bottom Of The Bag In The Corner And BAM! No Mess No Bowls!! I Love This Recipe!!

BRENDA CASIANO-RHOADES :)

Ashley said...

100% Pumpkin pie filling or pumpkin pie filling with sweetener

Ashley said...

100% pumpkin pie filling or pumpkin pie mix with sweetener already in it ?

Ashley said...

100% Pumpkin pie filling or pumpkin pie filling with sweetener

screendoorgirl3 said...

Hi! Just tried these from Pinterest.. Delish.. I used a spice cake mix and added some cinnamon. Also, mine only took about 19 minutes, but that could be my oven.. Thanks!

ANNIE said...

OH MY! MY HOUSE SMELLS AWESOME! I MADE THE CARROT CAKE MUFFINS EVEN THOUGH I COULD NOT FIND MY MUFFIN PANS 8( BUT I COULD NOT TURN BACK NOW,SO I PUT THEM IN THE LINERS IN 13 BY 9 PAN & THE LEFTOVER BATTER I PUT IN LIL FOIL PAN.THE BATTER TASTED DELISH 8} IT IS BREAKFAST TIME HERE IN EAST TENNESSEE & AM GONNA SURPRISE MY GBABIES WITH THESE WARM,SCRUMPTIOUS TREATS! WHO KNOWS I MAY WIN THE BEST NANA AWARD! THANX FOR THE RECIPE.. WILL LET YOU KNOW HOW THEY LIKED THEM!

thehills said...

I just made these! Added some semi-sweet chocolate chips. They were amazing! So fluffy and yummy. Definitely making again!

Momz said...

I used the pumpkin pie pumpkin mix and put in some chocolate chips. They were delicious!

Bethany Kline said...

Gotta try this! I linked you on this post of mine: http://thesepiapuppy.blogspot.com/2012/10/pumpkin-better-than-cake-success.html#

Plus I'm your newest follow! :)

<3 Bethany @ The Sepia Puppy

Heidi V said...

Great for thanksgiving morning.

Ellie St. Cyr said...

Hello! I'm interested in making these and am curious as to what size pumpkin can you used for the mix or if that even matters. Thank you for your time!

Heather said...

Ellie she used a 15 oz can. It does matter what size because I accidentally used a 30 oz can and the texture was more like pumpkin pie. Still yummy, but I wanted muffins!

Laci said...

Awesome recipe! Beyond easy and delish!

Meena Rebecca said...

I used Betty Crocker cinnamon swirl cake mix and threw in some raisins- they were delicious and ridiculously easy to make :)

Michele said...

I made these with Spice Cake mix and about 1/2 cup of semi-sweet chocolate chips and OMG, were they incredible! Not only was this the easiest recipe, it's also the most delicious, moist muffins I have ever had! And they are lower in calorie to boot! I am in Heaven and my whole family loved them (I say "loved" because they are already all gone and I just made them yesterday!) I am going to make more and bring them to work to share with my co-workers as a Fall treat. I am so happy I found this recipe! Thank you!

Mary G said...

I just finished baking these. (Yes, 11PM & I'm baking. I sometimes work the overnight shifts) They are FANTABULOUS!!! I topped them with cinnamon streusel and glaze. I'm bringing them to my guys at work- they enjoy being my baking test rats. Thanks for sharing this ridiculously easy recipe!

Jessica Smith said...

Made these for the girls at work and they went wild for them. I put cream cheese icing on mine for more yummies;D thanks!

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Jale keirsey said...

I just made these with sugar free vanilla cake mix. Made one dozen with just the two ingredients and a little brown sugar sprinkled on top. The second dozen I add chocolate chips and walnuts. They didn't rise very well but they are tasty.

Unknown said...

I am a "Pinner", and tried this tonight, and we REALLY like these.

I used a Carrot Cake mix: I did add eggs (as another comment suggested)and did cookies. I also added about three shakes of the cinnamon and ground ginger jars to the batter. I put the dollops on the cookies sheet for the first batch, and then added Butterscotch Chips with the second.

I also put batter into two mini loaf pans so that we could have some slices. Those had to cook for about 35 minutes at 350 degrees...but they are GREAT. Would make great gifts too.


Thanks so much for putting this out there. We're glad you did.

TheMrsSlaven said...

Hello! Found this on Pinterest and am going to make them today! I had a yellow cake mix and chocolate icing already in my pantry! Hooray!

Jennifer Strength said...

I made these this morning and they were delicious!!! I was able to make about 20 good sized muffins from the mix. Thank you for the idea it's quick, easy, moist, and yummy I will definetly be making more!

Rosemary Hartman said...

I Love pumpkin anything. Can't wait to try these delicious muffins. Loved all the different ways you can change these up to. Read many of the post, going to try with what i have on hand, Pineapple cake mix, 15oz pumpkin, cinnamon chips and probably a tsp or two of pumpkin pie spice. Thanks for all your inspirations.. I enjoy trying new recipes and sharing them also... Happy Baking :)

paNASH Style said...

I made these over Thanksgiving. I first tried it with the deluxe moist Duncan Hines mix, but liked it better with the Betty Crocker mix instead...that might be because in that batch I also added some unsweetened applesauce (which made it perfectly moist) and some cinnamon. Topped them with cream cheese icing. YUMMY!!!!

Blythesmommy said...

Easy to make, lacking flavor. I think if i made this again i would add pumpkin pie spice.

Auramil said...

In the oven now but using spice cake mix. So far I have enjoyed "cleaning" the bowl

Elizabeth said...

I made these at thanksgiving, my family loved them. I thought they could have used some frosting to make it into a cupcake. :)

Lavonne Wingham said...

I just saw this on pin interest as well. I sitting at the dentist....but thinking of all the different variations i can put together for this weekend wredtling meet. Thank you for this I can't wait to fix and also to continue following your website :)

Von's way Cooking said...

I just saw this on pin interest as well. I sitting at the dentist....but thinking of all the different variations i can put together for this weekend wredtling meet. Thank you for this I can't wait to fix and also to continue following your website :)

Hailey said...

How much pumpkin pie spice are you guys adding? I'm definitely not someone who can eyeball things like that. Help please!

Jerra C. Kullman said...

these were so easy and so yummy. hubby gobbled them up. i did add a pit of pumpkin pie spice, nutmeg and cinnamon to mine. not sure how much, i just dashed it in there to give it extra flavor. yummy.

towing1991 said...

How many PP Points is one of these..they are yummy!!

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sm said...

Many have asked, but I'm not seeing an answer anywhere: how many cupcakes does this recipe yield? Are the posted calories 1/12th or 1/24th of the mix? 67 calories is amazingly low and I don't know if that is for a regular size muffin, or a mini muffin.

sm said...

Many have asked, but I'm not seeing an answer anywhere: how many cupcakes does this recipe yield? Are the posted calories 1/12th or 1/24th of the mix? 67 calories is amazingly low and I don't know if that is for a regular size muffin, or a mini muffin.

Emily Buchanan said...

How many weight watcher points are these?

juliet espinoza said...

I made these last night but I used a larger can of pumpkin then recommended. Needles to say, they are SUPER moist. I'm not sure if they would still be ok to eat. I'm worried about eating uncooked/baked batter. Silly question?

SpeakTheTruth said...

I tried these! :) They only took about 15 minutes to bake in my gas oven. Other than that the recipe was perfect and simple! I used sugar free cake mix so my 18m old could have some. He was in heaven! If I do this again I think I will make them in a bread pan to slice warm with a little butter. nomnomnom!

SpeakTheTruth said...

Also, I Got 18 cupcakes out of mine. Noticed a few people asking.

Sonia Taylor said...

Just made these with Royal Vanilla cake mix, added chocolate chips and a few walnuts. Fabulous! I love this time of year, I get to have all the pumpkin I can cook. Thanks for the great idea, love it!

NANCY said...

I used a spice cake and the can of pumpkin and I did add 2 eggs. I put it in a cake pan. It is in the oven now. I will let you know how it turns out.

Tonia said...

Loved them but I added 1/2 tsp of pumpkin pie spice. They turned out wonderful. Don't have an oven so I put a little in a Dixie cup and put it in the microwave for about a minute and a half turned out great. My kids kept comming back for more.

Linden said...

This is similar to a recipe I have, using spice cake mix, 1 egg, 1 cup pumpkin, and 2/3 c. water AND chocolate chips! But as this is cake mix (low nutritional value), these are really cupcakes, not muffins, which makes them not a healthy breakfast choice, Weight Watchers or not.

Missy Ross said...
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Missy Ross said...

I made this as a Pumpkin loaf today. It took 15 minutes more to cook and I also added 1tsp nutmeg 1tsp cinnamon 1/2tsp ginger to give it that pumpkin spice flavour. Everyone loved it!

Mom's Caregiver said...

I just made 2 buntd cakes, one with choc cake mix and choc chips and one with gluten free yellow cake mix. Instead of the pureed pumpkin, I used canned pumpkin pie filling which has all the spices and pumpkin already mixed. Came out great

Becky Meng said...

Can you freeze these? I want to make them tomorrow but my daughter won't be home from college until Thanksgiving. Do you think they will be ok in the freezer until then?

Vicki's Stitches said...

I made these this morning, but used a carrot cake mix instead of the yellow one. Yummy!

peachyearth said...

I opened a can of pumpkin puree instead of chicken broth by accident and decided to make these, did NOT come out as delicious as I anticipated. However, I did use a "moist supreme" cake mix and maybe that's why it was so dense.

Trudi Compton said...

I Made These Lastnight With Devils Food Cake Mix, And Added Some Mini Choc chips. They Were Amazing!!! I Didnt Tell My Daughter There Was Pumpkin In Them Because She Never Would've Tried Them. She Loved Them!!! Best cupcakes Ever!!

JnT Elek said...

I just made this recipe and it's in the oven right now. I added 2 egg whites and I'm baking it in a cake pan like a regular cake for a turkey dinner party tonight. It should be interesting to see how it comes out. I made traditional buttercream frosting with butter, powdered sugar, vanilla creamer and pumpkin pie spice. I can't wait to see how it all tastes together! The cake still has a few minutes to go, but it already looks amazing.
Thanks for the recipe.

Jessika Cherry said...

Just made these with french vanilla cake mix, I find that these are rather tasteless but they are good. Good for fiber and vitamin A( the pumpkin). Will be a great breakfast food for me. I have had this recipe on my pinterest board for well over a year and I am glad I made them. They burn easy on the bottom too, but nothing I can't get past.

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