I think the only thing that could make pumpkin muffins even better is the addition of a streusel topping. Along with icing, these have a crunchy top of the muffin with a soft center that will delight everyone for dessert or even a decadent breakfast. The homemade muffins are an easy recipe to make, as well.
These easy pumpkin muffins are made with bananas and pumpkin puree, essentially uniting banana bread and pumpkin muffin recipes together for a well-balanced flavor. You’ll love these for a breakfast that’s easy to grab when you’re on the go.
Here’s another one that combines bananas and pumpkin in the most perfect of ways with plenty of warm spices. The brown sugar streusel on top adds more pumpkin spice flavors along with a bit of a crunch that will steal your heart away.
With delicious bits of pralines in these mini muffins, you get even more texture and flavor. These are the perfect little things to add to lunch boxes for the kids or even for yourself before heading to work. The cinnamon sugar topping is the perfect finish!
These are a heavenly combination of glazed pumpkin donuts shaped into bite-sized muffins. Once you make them, you’ll be hooked on these scrumptious flavors. They’re a great idea if you have company staying over for the holidays.
Go big, or go home with these jumbo pumpkin muffins that will surely fill you up and have plenty of pumpkin flavor. They’re like the kind you’d get from a bakery, though the recipe does have adjustments if you’d prefer to make smaller pumpkin muffins instead of bakery-style muffins.
Pumpkin puree is healthy, and with the addition of oats, you’ll have an even healthier way to kick off your day. The best part is that this classic pumpkin muffin recipe tastes amazing. Slice them in half when warm, and let some melted butter sink right into the muffins. Mmm...yum!
As if the name of this pumpkin muffin recipe doesn’t already have your heart, you should know it features a maple cream cheese glaze on the top of each muffin. The tart contrast paired with the crumbly streusel topping is the ultimate indulgence.
Using fresh pumpkin with protein powder and spices is a surefire way to eat right. It doesn’t hurt that these also taste amazing either! Be sure to get the recipe because these are some of the best muffins around.
Apple often gets outshined by pumpkin in fall, but this dish combines both of them together for a superb classic pumpkin muffin recipe. These flavors really come alive with brown sugar and cinnamon, making it the essence of autumn.
When you’re gluten-free and feeling FOMO with all the pumpkin muffin recipes, you need flourless pumpkin muffins. Made with almond flour, you’ll get all those great tastes you crave without the gluten. Be sure to get the recipe because you will want to make these healthy pumpkin muffins often.
Cream cheese frosting really turns any dessert into even more of an indulgent affair. Even better, the cream cheese is tucked inside, making it a surprise treat that pairs perfectly with those pumpkin pie spice flavors. And the delicious muffin is easy to make.
Should you have pumpkin muffins or blueberry muffins? Now, you don’t have to decide since this recipe combines them both. Made with other healthy ingredients like oat flour and hemp hearts, you really won’t know they’re good for you once you take a taste.
Stop waiting in line at your local Starbucks and start baking this copycat recipe. These taste just like your favorite treat from the big coffee chain, and when you make them yourself, you’ll never have to apologize that they’re all sold out.
This pumpkin muffins recipe only requires two ingredients, making them ideal for new bakers. You can make them ahead to have a super-simple, super-delicious breakfast! These are definitely some of the best muffins around.
Behold – here is what happens when you combine chocolate chips, pumpkin, and cream cheese together to create muffins. It’s magical with the unification of sweet and tangy flavors along with those warm and soothing fall spices. Mmm...look at the tops of the muffins. So good!
The holidays are coming, and if you love the smells of pumpkin spice and gingerbread wafting through the air, these are the pumpkin muffins to make. They get topped with maple syrup and vanilla glaze. The texture is moist and delicious, and here’s something else – they’re vegan-friendly and dairy-free too!
Hi there! I’m Julie Pollitt from ‘Back To My Southern Roots.’ My love for cooking started way back on my grandparents’ farm in Tennessee. Those sunny days, the smell of biscuits in the oven, and all the family fun really sparked my passion for cooking. On my blog, I share more than just recipes – they’re like stories from my life, full of Southern warmth and homey goodness. The best part? Whether you’re just starting out or you’re a kitchen pro, you’ll find my recipes super easy to whip up. So, come on, pull up a chair, and let’s make some delicious memories!