I just calculated these and they came out be 8 points per serving.wow..
I used one spice cake mix, one 15 oz can of pumpkin and one cup of water. I mixed it with the mixer until smooth and it made 24 muffins, which comes out to 2 p per muffin. These are the best thing I have ever made!
I used a reduced sugar chocolate cake mix for this recipe and it turned out well. 12 nice big muffin/cupcakes and they were 3 points each based on the stats of my cake mix.
FYI: According to WW PointsPlus 2012, for 12 muffins using this recipe and a white cake mix these are 5 points per muffin. How are people getting 1-3 points then?
I have not made this as muffins but I have made it as a 13x9 cake. Very good but you might want to check the points...it's been awhile but if my memeory serves me right 1/12 of the cake was 4 ww points.
Yeah... I also recalculated and came up with 7 pts each, but that was for 12 cupcakes.. I actually got 18 out of the batch
The key to the points for this recipe is serving size--and using a whole cup of water. With my mix, 20 muffins makes each one 2 pp. The muffins aren't large, though. They don't look like the picture, but they are yummy!
I am very disappointed.Although they are tasty the points are way off. I made these then calculated the points, 8, that is a lot more then 1. I was really looking forward to have these for a grab and go snack or breakfast, guess not.
I just calculated them also. They are 8 points each!
This is a very good recipe, but when I made it as stated in the recipe and checked the total counts for fat, protein, carbs and fiber, I come out with 2 points a muffin if you stretch the mix out to 24 muffins, if you make 12 the points come out to 5 points per muffin. I only gave this recipe 4 stars because of the incorrect point count.