“This is another pumpkin recipe from pumpkinnook.com. This makes two dozen muffins, which is more than enough for people who like baked goods. You can use canned pumpkin if fresh pumpkin is not available.”
- Ready In:
cup fresh pumpkin
cups 2% low-fat milk
cup soft butter or 1/4 cup margarine
teaspoons baking powder
- Preheat oven to 400°F.
- Put muffin cups into muffin tins or grease the tins.
- Cream butter (or margarine) and sugar until fluffy.
- Beat in pumpkin and eggs.
- Dredge raisins in 1/2 cup flour.
- Sift remaining flour and spices together.
- pour milk into mixing bowl.
- Mix in dry ingredients by hand until just mixed.
- Sir in raisins.
- Mix in remaining ingredients.
- Spoon mix into paper cups in muffin tin.
- Bake for 20 – 25 minutes.
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I am an Israeli-Canadian who grew up in Montreal Quebec. I love to cook, especially for family and friends, and I love to experiment with recipes and try to do different variations of the same recipe. I did do part of cooking school, but found the place stressful and all the good recipes high in fat and calories, even the good ones. I don’t have a fave cookbook, but I eat kosher. I have a dream and that is to own my own B&B one of these days. I also love creative writing, and maybe I like to try make up a recipe of my own and see if I’m good at doing that.
I have to add that I do have some favourite chefs from the Food Network. They are Giada De Laurentis from Everyday Italian; Micheal Smith from Chef at Home; Jamie Oliver and everything he does; Anna Olson from Sugar; and Chef Gordon Ramsey from Hells’ Kitchen and Ramsey’s Kitchen Nightmares.
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