5 Reviews

This is my all-time favorite muffin recipe, although I do make some adjustments. I substitute toasted almonds for the walnuts, and I also substitute whole wheat flour for half the white flour. It's an excellent recipe, and I find that they are always eaten whenever I take them someplace!

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anotherjenny December 05, 2003

I was in the mood to whip up a batch of muffins but I wanted something other than chocolate. I had all of the ingredients on hand that this recipe called for so I thought I'd give it a try. I followed the recipe exactly as written except that I decided to leave out the chocolate chips. I do love chocolate and pumpkin together but I just preferred to leave them out this time. These are great little muffins with a nice texture and flavor. Definitely a recipe I will make again and again. The whole family loved these. Thank you!

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MTpockets January 07, 2012

This recipe is amazing and really easy. I followed it exactly. Thank you so much.

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lyn654 September 28, 2008

This recipe is awesome! I found it on here just over 2 months ago and we've made at least 6 batches of muffins since. Everyone I share it with loves these! We don't like nuts so we just omit them. These muffins are so moist and delicious! YUM!

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Rshell November 18, 2007

Great recipe! Substitutions - I used 1 1/2 teaspoons of baking powder 1 cup fresh pumpkin I melted the chocolate but found I still needed to add about 2/3 cup milk (tinned pumpkin must be more liquid I think). I used pecans but only on some of the muffins as my kids don't like them. I added a few extra choc chips to the kids muffins. I found this made 14 large muffins.

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Cas & Lisa July 12, 2004
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins