Tony is here (Minnesota) visiting me before we leave to Chicago for a couple weeks. He is going to help me look for apartments so that I can possibly take action towards the windy city! I’m beyond excited, but I must say i need to find a great place with a good kitchen, so fingertips crossed.
Since I understand that I’m going to be gone from my kitchen for a few weeks, I have to get swept up on formula development. Which means that hemorrhoids of cookies, EVERYTHING pumpkin and undoubtedly, lots of muffins.
I actually made these several days ago and could not get more than enough. Tony taste tested every one of the batches and chose this one was the very best.
In fact I’ve been seeing him sneak into the kitchen at night and butter a muffin up. Can’t blame him because they are significantly delicious, super damp, a hint of pumpkin taste and a little bit nice. It’s nearly soup period and I CANNOT wait around to bake up a batch to pair with my lovely potato, black bean and quinoa chili. Mmmm hmmm.
Nutrition wise, these are great. I used whole wheat grains pastry flour, minimal butter (or coconut essential oil), cornmeal, a touch of honey and almond milk. I promise that you will be surprised at how great these are. I have to restrain myself for consuming more than two.
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Honey Pumpkin Cornbread Muffins
1 cup whole wheat grains pastry flour
2 teaspoons cooking powder
1/3 cup honey
Preaheat oven to 400 levels F. Grease 12 glass muffin tin with nonstick cooking aerosol or range with paper liners. I usually spray the within from the liners so that it ensures the muffins do not stick.
In a big bowl, stir flour, cornmeal, baking natural powder, sodium, cinnamon and nutmeg together. In another large bowl, stir together pumpkin, egg, almond milk, honey and melted butter. Add dried out ingredients to moist ingredients and mix until just mixed. Divide batter equally into muffin tins. Bake for 15-18 mins or until a toothpick arrives clean or with just a few crumbs attached.
I reside in Chicago! What’s getting you here?
Oooo, Chicago! That’s my house city and I love it so. I am hoping things work out well for you!
As for these muffins… YUM x 1,000. I definitely need to bake up a batch with chili soon!
Good luck house hunting!
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These cornbread muffins appears amazing! Do you know of more organic gluten-free alternative to the whole wheat flour? I prefer not to make use of processed, gluten-removed flour and rather a normally gluten-free flour option. Would almond flour work the same?
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