Jumbo pumpkin muffins

I love pumpkin season and for that I am trying to use as much pumpkin as I can these days. Making muffins it is very easy and since some of the ones that I make I am able to take on the go, especially for breakfast, I like to have them on hand. These jumbo pumpkin muffins turned out great!

Jumbo pumpkin muffins | Eat Good 4 Life

I am able to also freeze many of the muffins I make so that I don’t have to eat them all at once. Sometimes I even double the batch so I can have them for a while.

Making your own muffins allows you to be able to alter the ingredients and make them healthier. This is what I do all the time as well as using less sugar, healthier fats, whole grains and dairy free milk are great options for my family to make them better.

You can also make endless variations so always make your own muffins. It is a much better option than getting store bought.

For the milk of choice I used Silk Unsweetened Almond Milk. I always use unsweetened varieties so that I can control the sweetness plus I really don’t like tasting any sweetness when having a plane glass of it. They have great products and a variety of flavors as well as different nut milks.

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If you like making muffins you will love these jumbo pumpkin muffins. You can use a regular size muffin pan however the time for baking would be different.

Well I hope you like these muffins. If you like pumpkin you will love these.


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Jumbo pumpkin muffins | Eat Good 4 Life


Jumbo pumpkin muffins

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 8 muffins

Total Time: 50 minutes



Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Line a Jumbo muffins pan with muffins liner. You can also use a regular size muffin pan.

In a mixing bowl cream coconut oil, and sugar. Add eggs, milk and pumpkin.

Add flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, cinnamon and nutmeg and combine. Transfer batter to the prepared muffin liners filling 3/4 of the way. Sprinkle with some rolled oats.

Bake in a preheated oven for 25-35 minutes, or until golden brown.

Remove from oven and cool in a wire rack.


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  1. Those look amazing! I’ve never fried doughnuts. I’m kind of afraid to, but I like that you actually said what temperature the oil’s supposed to be at. That helps a lot. :)

  2. Texanerin,

    I still have to make them again. We really liked them although the last batch I had to through away because the temperature dropped to 340F and the donuts soaked a bunch of oil. There weren’t to good looking :-) plus some were undercooked!!

    Next time I will try to be more precise on the oil temperature.


  3. Yum! I love pumpkin and I love donuts. These sound delicious.

  4. I’m sorry if I seem bold and forward cause I don’t mean to be. But I’m not sure where your recipe came from??? I’m just wondering if it was meant for a piping bag to be piped into one of those donut shaped baking pans and then baked in the oven??? My mind was just brainstorming as to why you had to use so much more flour than usual. And that was my only conclusion. But with that said, I still cant wait to try your recipe. And kudos to you and your “extra” efforts, the final result looks soo yummy. Thanks for sharing! :)

  5. Cooking jewels,

    If you read the recipe you will find out that the donuts are meant to be fried and that I also shaped them with my own hands rather than using a pipping bag :-). I guess you could use one if you prefer.

    The recipe comes from one of my friends. She hasn’t make them in for ever and she also noted that the dough was super sticky and adding more flour could make them easier to handle!! I also made some changes to the recipe myself ad the original had other ingredients I substituted or didn’t use :-)

    Thanks for visiting my blog.

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