Tuesday, October 21, 2008

TWD: Pumpkin Muffins

Yum, yum, yum!!! These were amazing, easy to make, delicious, flavorful, sweet and spicy! A new favorite in my book. I don't think I need any more words except, GO MAKE THEM!!

Thank you to Kelly for this week's selection. A fabulous fall recipe.

Ok, for the details of the recipe. I left out the nuts because all I had were peanuts and I just didn't feel like they were going to do justice. I also didn't have sunflower seeds for the top and didn't feel the need to spend the extra money.

I bought a fresh pumpkin and pureed my own instead of canned pumpkin. It was super easy, more to follow on that in another post.

Lesson learned this week: Don't crack the egg on the side of the bowl, while the mixer is running. For example, the beater might bump your hand, causing you to drop the entire egg into the batter. Luckily, my quite reflexes stopped the mixer so the shell was still in large enough pieces so I could pick them out easily. So far no one has complained of a crunchy muffin!


Engineer Baker said...

I'll cross my fingers that no one ends up with a crunchy muffin :) Nice save! They look wonderful.

Marthe said...

That's egg-disaster!! But fortunately you were quick to the rescue. I absolutely loved these and yours look amazing!

Anonymous said...

i had an egg accident (eggcident?) too, but at least the shell didn't go in the batter. yours look great!

kim said...

your muffins look so nice and moist! maybe it is the fresh puree :) awesome job and good save on the egg, hehe

CB said...

ooohhh I can't to read the pumpkin puree BU. So sorry about the egg-tastrophe! But glad you were able to save it. whew!
Clara @ iheartfood4thought

Anonymous said...

How funny, that's something I would do with an egg.

Your muffins look delicious. yum!

Heather B said...

I had an egg accident too this week! Great job on your muffins!