This family-favorite eggless recipe turns out muffins that are moist, delicious, low in sugar and healthy in a snap!
I cook, puree, and freeze pumpkin & dense winter squashes in 1-cup quantities to use in this recipe, but canned pumpkin is fine, too.
Grandma Bernice created this recipe over 50 years ago for Easter breakfast and made it every Easter morning in a large electric skillet. My dad carries on Grandma's tradition today, preparing this dish every Easter Sunday for our family. A separate batch without eggs is made for those with allergies and it is equally delicious. Recipe quantities are a guideline; allow 1/2 lb meat per person for extras. We serve this with rye swirl bread, butter, and prepared horseradish on the side.
*Fresh kielbasa can be found at good meat markets.
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