One thing I look forward to most in the Fall is this recipe. Growing up my mom made these pumpkin muffins all the time and that is a tradition I am more than happy to continue. If this recipe looks a little familiar, it’s because it is! I’ve shared it here as double chocolate brownie bites and here as pumpkin cookies, but each one is a little different and worth checking out!
Today these pumpkin muffins are getting a little makeover, well three little makeovers to be precise. I am sharing how to create White Chocolate Pumpkin Pie Muffins, Walnut Streusel Pumpkin Muffins, and Dark Chocolate Cherry Pumpkin Muffins. A trio of delightful, fall, pumpkin muffin goodness!
I was trying to pick a favorite out of these three, but I cannot! I think pumpkin muffins are my ultimate weakness. I keep them in the fridge and heat them up for about 25 seconds before I eat, pure heaven. The streusel pumpkin muffins remind me of a breakfast crumb cake, but healthier! The other two are a delicious dessert option. You really cannot go wrong.
*A few tips: I like to let them be a tad undercooked and finished in the pan. They should be slightly firm to the touch. Baking time can vary, from 13-20 minutes depending on your oven, toppings, etc..
I love baking these for friends and family as Fall rolls around, is there a better way to win someone over than pumpkin muffins?! I think not! Soft, gooey, moist- this is a recipe everyone will love and so, so simple.
There are a million different ways you can tweak this recipe! It also works well with cream cheese frosting and caramel sauce. I cannot wait to bake up another batch, they are seriously my favorite things ever! Don’t forget to share if you try them, tag me @RileySitton and #OhYesPlz, so I can see and repost! XO