Craving big fall flavor without much effort? These super yummy 5 ingredient pumpkin muffins are an easy to make festive treat everyone will enjoy!
It’s that time of year when everyone goes a little pumpkin crazy. The weather is cooler & we are all ready to hunker down, find some cozy blankets & embrace all things fall. One of those things definitely includes pumpkin flavored everything. Fortunately there are so many wonderful things you can make with pumpkin puree. It’s also relatively healthy when you use it in recipes.
Since I have been on a kick of homemade breakfasts for my family for the last couple years now, I decided to add a little fall to the mornings & make some simple pumpkin muffins. There are a multitude of recipes for pumpkin muffins floating around Pinterest these days & I have tried many of them. But I keep coming back to my good ol’ tried & true recipe I have been using for years. It’s simple & easy & takes just a handful of ingredients.
5 Ingredient Pumpkin Muffins
Here is what you need:1 box vanilla or white cake mix 1 can (15 oz) 100% pure pumpkin 2 tsp pumpkin pie spice 1 bag pumpkin spice morsels 1/2 bag chocolate chunks
Step 1: Start by preheating the oven to 350 & spraying your muffin tins. I used one standard size tin & one mini muffin tin with this recipe.
Step 2: Combine all ingredients except the chocolate chunks in your mixer bowl & beat on medium until fully combined.
Step 3: Spoon your batter into your muffin tins & add chocolate chunks to the top of each muffin.
Step 4: Bake & remove when toothpick test is clean. For the mini muffins it was about 20 minutes & 30 minutes for the full size.
These are so delicious. Definitely the best way to pack some fall flavor into your morning. They are always a hit with my family.
I really love making these on a Friday afternoon. That way I have them ready for Saturday morning coffee. It’s a wonderful breakfast to enjoy before we kick off the hustle of the weekend. Plus with all the nutrients that pumpkin puree adds to these- they keep me full for a really long time. Also- if you want to eliminate the chocolate chunks or replace them with nuts, that works too. That’s what is so great about this recipe. It’s easily adaptable to whatever you’re craving at the time.
5 Ingredient Pumpkin Muffins
- 1 box vanilla or white cake mix
- 1 can 15 oz 100% pure pumpkin
- 2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
- 1 bag pumpkin spice morsels
- 1/2 bag chocolate chunks
- Start by preheating the oven & spraying your muffin tins. I used one standard size tin & one mini muffin tin with this recipe.
- Combine all ingredients except the chocolate chunks in your mixer bowl & beat on medium until fully combined.
- Spoon your batter into your muffin tins & add chocolate chunks to the top of each muffin.
- Bake & remove when toothpick test is clean. For the mini muffins it was about 20 minutes & 30 minutes for the full size.
Can’t get enough pumpkin? Check out these recipes!
- Easy Pumpkin Spice Cookie Dip
- Skinny Pumpkin Bread
- Pumpkin Coconut Cream Cheese Muffins
- Easy 5 Ingredient Pumpkin Pie
- Pumpkin Sandwich Cookies with Maple Cream Cheese Icing
- Pumpkin Bread French Toast
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This isn’t the article I came here to read but I’m very glad I did. These look delicious! Can’t wait to try out the recipe.
What oven temperature??? Thanks!
The oven temp should be 350. 🙂
Thanks for updating the recipe!
Oh this looks delicious!! My friend made mini muffins with only 3 ingredients – a spice cake mix, 1 can of pumpkin and chocolate chips. This looks similar, just kicked up a little bit!
This is a great, super easy recipe to make for food allergy kids. It’s also delicious if you use Duncan Hines spice cake mix. To make mine, I just use a can of pumpkin with the spice cake mix and then add a splash of vanilla and raisins. I’ll have to try it with non-dairy chocolate chips, though. That sounds really good!
These look REALLY good! I realize these do not need any added sweetener but want to give a heads-up to those who use stevia. Yesterday my son bought me Stevia In The Raw® at Kroger for $3.99 for 100 packets. He had an eCoupon for $1.00 but the regular price was just $4.99. Not bad at all since I’ve seen it on eBay for MUCH more than that for only 50 packets. One had it for $11.99 for 2 crushed boxes with 50 packets in each box!