This is a family favorite…Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Muffins.
The recipe makes about 34 muffins so be aware. It’s not a problem though because they freeze well and the kids snap them up in no time.
2 cups sugar
1 can pumpkin (15 oz)
3 cups flour
2 t baking soda
2 t baking powder
1 t cinnamon
2 cups chocolate chips
Mix all the ingredients in your mixing bowl. Mix well. Fold in chocolate chips. Fill cupcake liner 3/4 full. Bake at 400 for 16-20 minutes.
I freeze two or three in a ziplock bag. When packing a field lunch for Hubby I just toss the frozen muffins in his lunch box. By lunch time, they are unthawed and ready to eat.
Yummy! Thanks for sharing this recipe. I also pack up lunch baggies with muffins and freeze them. Perfect for the days there is not desert for his lunch.
These sound yummy! Thanks for sharing! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your whole family.
Oh wow! I will have to try these soon. And have a Happy Thanksgiving!
Thanks for the recipe…can’t wait to try it!
They sound great, will definitly be making them.
Have a great Thanksgiving!
yumm that sounds tastey love your blog so interesting kathy
That looks like the recipe I use. To call them muffins is kind of a fib, they are really yummy, yummy cupcakes!!
Oh boy! Another of your great recipes. Can’t wait to try these pumpkin muffins… I’m hoping I can add some nuts instead of the chocolate chips. Fingers crossed.
BTW, I made your Swedish Apple Pie [no pie crust to make!] and it is totally incredible! Thank you for sharing the recipe. This is going to become a family favorite around here, I betcha!
Happy Thanksgiving from my home to yours!
Looks yummy – dh wouldn’t like it but I think everyone else would! Thanks for the recipe – have a Blessed Thanksgiving!
Tried them for breakfast this morning with all the family home. They were a big hit! Thanks for sharing the recipe!!