10 Reviews

These are really yummy! They took a little longer to cook and made alot more than said. I ended up with 28 regular muffins and 12 mini muffins. And you're right, darker pans are better. I used a light pan for 6 of the muffins and they stuck to the pan and fell apart (had to toss those ones).

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sydsmama July 28, 2002

Oh boy, what a muffin. You are right, these smelled so good while cooking, we could hardly stand it. They tasted divine too. I followed your directions exactly, greased my pan well and had no trouble with sticking. I will be making these during the holidays for sure. Thanks so much.

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Gail Blue Eyes September 09, 2002

To: Deborah1 These muffins are definitely "awesome"! Love the aroma and the flavor. Pretty darned easy to put together and plenty of yield. Thanks so much for sharing. Laudee C. Colorado

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Laudee July 28, 2002

I made these for the annual Easter brunch, and everyone wanted the recipe. When I got to reading it over, I felt the 1 cup of brown sugar was going to be too sweet for my taste. I cut it back to maybe only 2T. The recipe made at least 60 mini muffins that rose well with nice rounded tops. I don’t think the sugar was missed at all and could probably be entirely eliminated. I used muffin papers, so they didn’t stick. Only one minor problem: I made them a few days before Easter and put them in the fridge in a zip bag. When I took them out they were really sticky, but no one seemed to complain. I think they’d be better stored on the counter top lightly covered. Everyone took some home with big smiles. Thanks for an easy, large quantity recipe, Deborah!

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San Marcos Sunshine April 19, 2006

This recipe is delicious and easy. I didnt have kahlua(as I thought), but had coffee liquer. It worked just as well. Thanks for the recipe!!

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McTattle April 28, 2003

I got 32 muffins (regular sized) out of this and they did rise a lot! (used DH yellow cake mix)...Next time I will fill them only 1/2 way, instead of the 2/3...because they "muffined" out at the top on some and stuck to the pan. Could not take those and had to keep them at home...

Served them at church this morning, but had to change the name to "coffee muffins" LOL ...one lady said she thought I had orange in it...she is pregnant and her taste buds were messed up, thankfully. After the service, I told the preacher what was in them and he said it gave the muffins a great taste! Guess I will make more! :) I, too, think they were really sticky.

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Lutie December 19, 2010

This was definity one of the best muffins I have ever had. I did substitute 1/4 cup walnuts and 1 cup of White baking chips for the 1 cup of pecans. You definitely can't eat just one. Thanks for posting.

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ECChefT October 26, 2009

These came out reeeeaaally sticky, but they tasted delicious. Just be careful how you wrap them up.

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celarkobri November 07, 2006

I made a bundle of Mini-muffins and they were wonderful!!! The office folks just ate them up (as did my kids at home!) Next time, I want everything the same EXCEPT chocoate cake mix...yum!

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AstroChef IA October 29, 2006

These were very good and my house did smell really good....Hubby thought they were very good....They made a lot more than eighteen....I got twenty four out of the batter.....Thanks for the post....Hixson, TN

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Lady D September 03, 2006
Kahlua Muffins