Think Orange! Pumpkin Pie Muffins

I Heart Cooking Club

Celebrating October with the color orange–make an Ellie Krieger recipe featuring or including orange-hued ingredients.  For this challenge I chose Pumpkin Pie Muffins  I have been making these muffins since Ellie had a cooking show on the Food Network in 2006.  It has been a while since I have made these and they were a welcomed Fall baked item.

My house smelled so good while these baked.  My husband and I had one as soon as they came out of the oven.  He said they needed raisins which would have been a nice addition.  The pumpkin seeds added a nice textural crunch. These have stood the test of time and 9 years later they are still a winner in our house. 

To see what others made with an orange-hued ingredient go here.


7 Comments Add yours

  1. Cakelaw says:

    Yum – these look fabulous. And I have come to love Ellie's recipes, even though I had never heard of her before I joined Eating with Ellie.


  2. Wonderful muffins! I've seen this recipe from one of her books, and thought that I would love to try it out one of these days. Eating it warm and freshly baked sounds so good!


  3. Kim says:

    I enjoyed reading your post because I've tried these muffins in the past and we love them also. They are delicious every single time! Yours are calling my name:)


  4. Definitely these meet the test of time and of a great recipe if you have been making them for so many years. Love the pumpkin seeds on top–pretty and a nice crunch. 😉


  5. Great idea! I have so much fresh pumpkin puree in my fridge. Time to put them in use. 😀


  6. flour.ish.en says:

    What a good idea for pumpkin muffins, which I've not made before. You've got me interested to make some.


  7. TeaLady says:

    I will have to try Ellie's pumpkin muffins. They look like the perfect snack.


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