A few years ago, I stumbled across a series of pins that
promised two-ingredient muffins. I went out that day and bought
ingredients. I make them every few weeks now and they are a hit
with my family! And they really do just require two
Did I also mention that they are low in Weight Watchers' points
because you aren't using things like oil, butter, or eggs?
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Combine pumpkin and cake mix. DO
NOT ADD ANYTHING ELSE THE BOX SAYS. Place in muffin liners in a
muffin tin. Bake for 13-15 minutes or until done (depending on your
oven). Remove, cool until just warm and gobble them up!
For extra delight, we like to add mini-chocolate chips (goodbye,
Weight Watchers) and sometimes, cinnamon chips from Hershey's if we
can find those. The boys love them and I like serving these for a
quick breakfast, sharing in the classroom, bringing to a bake sale
or even serving friends. Total cost for around 18 muffins? $3 (I
had muffin liners on hand). These freeze well, so if you decide to
bake in advance, feel free to pop them in the freezer and take out
when ready to eat.
If you're looking for some other great recipes, you can check
out our previous recipe
compilation for fall here. Get inspired on our Pinterest page!
See more of Samantha's stories here.
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