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These were really good chocolate chip muffins, nice and moist. The chocolate overpowered the pumpkin, though, so the pumpkin was kind of a waste. Next time, no chocolate chips and maybe some applesauce instead of all that oil. Made 24 big muffins.

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sheepdoc November 27, 2011

Absolutely perfect! I didn't put in the chocolate chips, but I don't think that took away from the taste at all. They were moist and pumpkin-y. I topped them with a little cream cheese frosting and used them cupcake style for a party. Everyone LOVES them. Thank you!

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Erikka November 18, 2011

Seriously amazing. My whole family gobbled them up! I have two kids and they beg for me to make a batch of these at the start of the week for quick breakfasts on the go. They are wonderful!! Will remake time and time again.

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brooxanne November 14, 2011

Quick, easy and delicious! I made these muffins to serve as breakfast after my daughter's birthday slumber party. The girls, all ages 10-11, loved them. They were served with a simple fruit salad, orange juice and milk. The recipe yielded 36 muffins. This is definitely a keeper. Thanks, Marg (CaymanDesigns)!

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tsquaredg November 13, 2011

Yum! I made a half batch of these muffins because I only had a cup of fresh pumpkin puree from the tiny pumpkin I harvested. I wish I could have made the full recipe. So good! My husband who isn't a fan of chocolate chips in muffins loved these just the way they are. My kids loved them too! They were supposed to be for breakfast tomorrow but they didn't last that long. I have saved this recipe to my cookbook. It is a keeper.

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griffiths_melissa November 08, 2011

Really yummy muffins!! I love how it makes so many at once. I took some to neighbors, shared them with my kids' friends, and had plenty left over for our family. The only change I would make next time is to add only half a bag of chocolate chips...just personal preference...everything else was perfect! :)

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Chef Doozer October 23, 2011

These were very good muffins and super easy to make. I used half brown sugar, and subbed 1 tsp of pumpkin spice for one of the cinnamon. Nice and moist, and my house smells amazing now. Thanks!

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CulinaryExplorer October 02, 2011

Well I ate 2 as soon as they cooled, so I had to give them 5 stars! I made them with real pumpkin, that cleaned, steamed, and then blended with the oil. Turned out quite nice, I put 2 cups of white and 1 cup of brown flour, and for the sugar, I did half white, half brown. Thank you for the recipe

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Islandlife September 08, 2011

I've made these 3 times so far, and they are so good and moist. I added a bit of nutmeg. The recipe makes a lot of muffins, so I froze them, and they are great reheated in the microwave for 1 minute. Thanks for the recipe.

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buckybear206 December 03, 2010

Keeper. These are perfect muffins. I did make one modification. Instead of the cinnamon I added 3 tsp pumpkin pie spice. Oh and I also sprinkled lightly with sugar before baking. Fiance ate them 3 days in a row (unheard of). His boss somehow ended up with one and raved over it, and I simply love them!

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Nikoma December 02, 2010
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins