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Sunday, October 16, 2011

Pumpkin Muffins....

 
This is one of the easiest recipes you will ever make.  You need one box of spice cake mix and one 15 oz. can of plain pumpkin.  Mix together the dry spice cake mix with the canned pumpkin.   No oil, no eggs, no water.  Just the dry cake mix and the canned pumpkin.  Scoop into a muffin tin and bake for 15 to 20 minutes. I sprinkled diced walnuts and raw sugar on top.  Could it get any easier?  These muffins are super moist and packed with flavor. Makes one dozen spiced pumpkin muffins.  Recipe courtesy of my sister Ann.

33 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh, I have to try this. Is there a specific brand for the spice cake mix? The photo looks amazing, I can't believe they are so easy.

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  2. Hi Sue,
    I use Duncan Hines Spice Cake mix. You have to try these they are so delicious!!!

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  3. Seriously I will have to try this. Never heard of it. I might add some chocolate chips....

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  4. Sue,

    I hope you don't mind but I reposted this on my blog. The muffins sound wonderful. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. What a simple recipe, I am certainly going to give this recipe a try. Thank you for sharing and thanks to your sister Ann! Greetings from Dog Trot Farm, Julie.

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  6. They look wonderful, and so easy. Sadly I don't think I've ever seen canned pumpkin over here!

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  7. Just came over from Sharon's blog. That pat of butter just sent me over the edge. I have to try this!

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  8. I will try this one for sure! I'm making a pumpkin layered cake right now but it was a lot more work than these muffins!

    ~Chris

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  9. LOL!!! I made these for my nieces soccer game! They were a huge hit! They are moist, delicious and my home smelled fantastic while they were baking!

    I tried to phone you to see if you'd mind if I posted them since you hadn't! LOL!!! Looks like you beat me to 'em! LOL!!!

    Thank you for a great recipe!

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  10. These are wonderful! They also make the perfect mini muffins for your breadbasket at any meal. Check your mini muffins after 8 minutes.

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  11. These look very tempting - my task this week will be to try to find canned pumpkin. I made the pumpkin soup - it was both beautiful and delicious! Thank you.

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  12. Susan, if you can't buy spiced cake mix, is there a way to make it yourself?

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  13. Someone actually posted this with a yellow cake mix which I tried and didn't like so much, but I bet with the spice cake mix it is absolutely delicious. I threw in some pumpkin pie spice with mine but it wasn't the same. They do turn out moist though. We don't get the spice cake mix here. :/ Your muffins look yummo for sure. Enjoy and have a great week. Tammy

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  14. I've made this but with eggs before, it's very good-enjoy:@)

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  15. You are serious? Love to find something easy, original and tasty. Now this is a keeper; thank you to your sister Ann.
    Rita

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  16. I love easy recipes like that I will have to try it, your muffins turned out so pretty.
    How was your weekend?

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  17. Wow! I will totally have to try this!

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  18. Susan, pic is so beautiful!!! I think pumpkin is the "queen" of this period of the year!! Have a nice evening

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  19. Love this recipe! and great pic :-)

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  20. Love the simplicity of this recipe! It reminds me of a peanut butter cookie recipe that my Mom made for all our kids when they were college age ... yellow cake mix, peanut butter and maybe three other ingredients ... easy and delish!

    The pumpkin recipes I'm seeing on other sites look so tussy mussy next to this one and these look the best! Oh! And I do love the muffins against your blue willow platter! Lovely!

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  21. Wow!! Look delicious!! I love these pumpkin muffins! gloria

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  22. I love pumpkin everything! One of those yummy muffins would surely be good with my coffee right now ;o)

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  23. They looks so good, I love pumpkin and walnuts! Wish I had one this morning with my coffee.

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  24. This looks so good and fast. I would really love it if you would link this recipe up to our new Fall Harvest Blog Hop. It's perfect for fall.

    http://mysimplecountryliving.blogspot.com/2011/10/first-annual-fall-harvest-blog-hop.html

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  25. No...it can't get any easier! Super recipe and they look moist and yummy; love the sprinkling of nuts on top.

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  26. Wow, I think even I could handle that recipe!
    Sounds great.

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  27. thank you! i am inspired to take this to my sister for my halloween visit (isn't is great to have a sister?!). enjoy the season!
    -xok.

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  28. OMGosh I wish I had the stuff to make these right now. They really look yummy.
    Since I love pumpkin I know I will try these.
    Thanks for sharing and I hope your having a great weekend
    Love
    Maggie

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  29. i can't believe there aren't any fat or eggs in these muffins! they look perfectly moist!

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  30. YUMMY!!! Sounds very good and easy!

    Lana

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  31. I've heard of these and with such rave review, it looks like I must try them!! ~Megan

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  32. 'Just poppin' in to say 'Howdy'!!!

    Have an excellent day!!! :o)

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