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Thread: Easy Pumpkin muffins

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    Quote Originally Posted by wraez
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    Quote Originally Posted by KimmieH
    do you add anthing to the cake mix besides the pumpkin???
    Not a thing .. and its sooooooooooo good !
    I'm confused ... in your initial posting you say to mix ingredients as stated in your cake mix.

    So you add a can of pumpkin to the cake mix after eggs, water? And what size is the can of pumpkin?
    Exactly mix the cake mix up as the box states then add the pumpkin and mix that in .. Easy peasy ! I use a small can of pumpkin from the store, IF I am using my homemade canned pumpkin I add spices and its the pint size I use, BUT add the pumpkin after making the cake mix up, be sure to read what you need from the box to make the cake mix (ie: eggs, water, oil or whatever the box states)

    does this help? If questions pm me and I'll get back to ya....

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    I have a similar recipe from Hungry Girl. ! reg box of cake mix. Add a 15 oz of pumpkin...nothing else. Will be thick. Makes 24 cupcakes. I use chocolate cake mix.

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    Yeppers friends have tried the chocolate mix too .. Wish I would of gotten my recipe from Hungry Girl, mine was a neighbor gave it to me ..

    Hungry Girl did have a good recipe to make hand pies, use wonton wrappers, canned apple or whatever you like fruit . IT turned out really good !

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    Thanks that clarified it for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wraez
    Thanks that clarified it for me!
    oh good !! glad it did ..

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    Yummy!

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    Yummy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by np3
    Yummy!
    A neighbor gave me this recipe over 20 years ago and everyone goes wild for them when I make em at holidays and family gatherings. I have passed it onto friends who have used different type of cake mixes and frostings and have the same results:they are gone within a matter of minutes!LOL

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    I have family coming from out of state next week and plan on making these ... we are going to have a houseful of family, 15 here for at least 3 days.

    These just sound sooooo good!

    Any special recommendation for the cake mix flavor? I'm guessing that spice would be a good one.

    Thanks again for sharing.

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