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"These tasted really good and were relatively easy to make. Though I used a lot of bowls so there was quite a bit of clean up. I also used a hand mixer to mix the cream cheese filling to try and get it creamier and easier to spread. Also it wasn't clear what a "small amount" of cream cheese mixture was and I will use more next time as I had some left.
Though they sprang back on top, as per the directions at 23 minutes, the top was not really cooked all the way. My oven tends to take the maximum on things so next time will cook them longer."
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Combine 3 eggs, 2 cups sugar, oil and pumpkin. Mix well. Combine flour, pie spice, soda and salt in a large bowl. Mix well and pour in wet mixture. Stir just until dry ingredients are wet.
Combine cream cheese, 1 egg and 1 tablespoon sugar in a separate bowl. Beat until smooth. Spread a layer of pumpkin mixture in muffin cups. Spread a small amount of cream cheese mixture on top. Then spread last layer of pumpkin to the edge on top. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 to 25 minutes.
They are done when they spring back when touched on the top center.
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Valerie411 1 year agoAdded pumpkin seeds on top before putting them in the oven and came out great!! These top the cream cheese pumpkin muffins from Starbucks!! A new favorite!!
sno621 1 year agoThese tasted delicious, but the texture came out really bizarre. I feel like I did everything exactly as the recipe said too, but they just didn't turn out like I expected. The batter was very thick and once cooked the muffins sunk in really bad. They tasted great though, so perhaps I will try this recipe again?
Everlong456 1 year agoFilling was very thin, prefer it without. Over all it was good, very moist.
anname 1 year agoHealthy changes - decrease sugar to 1/2 cup, substitite 1.5 cups of flour with oatmeal. Now you have a nutricious muffin and not a cupcake.
Troublebh 1 year agoI tried these, they were ok. I like stuff on the sweeter side and thy weren't very sweet. Still pretty good though.
Kristengamez 1 year agoThe cream cheese mixture was very hard to put in the middle. Might try it as a loaf next time.
Shanaro 2 years agoI made this as a bread instead of muffins because it's easier to layer. Turned out great, I will definitely make it again!
Troublebh 2 years agoYummy. I think it needs just a little cinnamon for a little more flavor but other then that, did really like them. Husband liked them even more. :)
Eriennepoole 2 years agoI love this recipe! I make it without the cream cheese and add frosting to the top! It is a wonderful treat! Thanks for sharing.
Alaimo32 2 years agoDelicious!! This yummy recipe is a keeper. I made them without the cream cheese layer and loved it just the same.
kmungall 2 years agoMmm...very moist and not to sweet. Wasn't to picky about layering cream cheese mixture. Can see the cream cheese poking out the sides and tops. Gives em character :) tastes great and will definatly make these gain!
froggyswyg 2 years agoAfter reading the reviews about having a hard time layering these muffins, I tried doing it with a pastry bag (spritz cookie maker with tube insert) and it worked great. I did top mine with a streusel/nut topping for a bit more taste. I really liked this recipe thanks so much for it.
krmom4 3 years agoWasn't impressed with the cream cheese mixture. But the pumpkin muffin itself was wonderful. Moist and full of flavor!
Jann2009 4 years agoThese tasted really good and were relatively easy to make. Though I used a lot of bowls so there was quite a bit of clean up. I also used a hand mixer to mix the cream cheese filling to try and get it creamier and easier to spread. Also it wasn't clear what a 'small amount' of cream cheese mixture was and I will use more next time as I had some left. Though they sprang back on top, as per the directions at 23 minutes, the top was not really cooked all the way. My oven tends to take the maximum on things so next time will cook them longer.
dmd1120 7 years ago
promfh 8 years agoA very creative recipe and a beautiful picture. Bravo !!!
cajuntoast 8 years agoThese taste and look great. It was kind of hard to spread the three layers in the muffin tin, but even the ones I didn't spread evenly came out looking good. I might decrease the amount of sugar in the recipe because they are fairly sweet.