- 1/4 cup rolled oats
- 1 cup pumpkin puree
- 1/2 cup pure maple syrup
- 2 eggs
- 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
- 4 tablespoons almond butter
- 1/4 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1/2 cup dark chocolate chips
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Lauramum 23 Jan
Yes great Used apple sauce instead of pumpkin purée
Marissa S. 19 Jan
These are my family favorite muffins!! This is ALWAYS my go to recipe when making these!!!! Healthy version for everyone to enjoy!!
Crystal 15 Oct 2018
These are very good! I wish they had more pumpkin flavor to them though. Next time I’ll probably add more cinnamon and less chocolate chips. I used cows milk and they came out good. My family was surprised they were flourless. 👍🏻
Roza 15 Oct 2018
Tasty, a little dry. We used cow’s milk instead of almond milk, as that is what we had on hand.
Rae 5 Sep 2018
I doubled the recipe and I'm so glad I did because these are a major hit with my little ones! Next time I plan on adding nutmeg and cinnamon and a little less chocolate chips.
Henry A 21 Aug 2018
It was really good. My kids loved them. But my cat and dog didn't.
Leung Y. 23 Jun 2018
taste good but too moist.....may be 'cuz i made from fresh pumpkin and use just ordinary milk instead og vanilla almond milk?😅
Kristi M. 5 Feb 2018
Turned out great, quite dense but tender and delicious! Added some walnuts, butmeg and ginger too.
Taryn 12 Nov 2017
Had to substitute a few ingredients, but these are very good!!
Lise B. 4 Nov 2017
Satisfying !! Made it several times. With nuts, raisins; replaced pumpkin with bananas. Awesome!!
Christine H. 30 Jun 2017
The texture of the muffins is surprisingly good, not too dense and they are nice and moist! But the flavor is a little too subtle for me, i love all the spices in the ingredient list, so next time I'm going to double or more the cinnamon, vanilla and maybe add some nutmeg to have a bit more of that pumpkin-pie flavor.
Caroline F 28 Jun 2017
These turned out great! They're super moist and rich and could definitely be eaten as either a dessert, snack, or breakfast! I'm a college student and only have a NutriBullet to work with. I blended the dry ingredients first to make sure they were blended well and the oats were pulverized into a flour consistency. Then I added the wet ingredients and it all just barely fit into the largest cup I have for my NutriBullet! I'm definitely going to make these again and experiment with adding cloves, nutmeg, and different mix-ins.
Ashleigh R. 3 Mar 2017
I was surprised how much I like these muffins. Even my toddler ate them, happily! Next time I plan to add flax seeds and possibly hemp hearts.
Samantha C. 12 Feb 2017
These turned out so moist and were delicious. Great for breakfast or dessert if craving something chocolate but healthy
Betsy R. 16 Oct 2016
Unbelievable!! I added 1/2 teaspoon of cloves and 1/2 teaspoon of nutmeg! Gave the flavor more depth!! But delicious either way!!
Harmony C. 12 Apr 2016
Great! Wish I would have blended the oats more but the muffins still turned out delicious! I've substituted regular milk and it works fine.
Elaine F. 11 Oct 2015
These muffins are absolutely wonderful. They are healthy all the way through. I have now made these 3 times and they disappear very quickly! The only thing I changed was to add about half of the liquid ingredients first, then the dry ingredients, then the remaining liquid ingredients. Save the cacao dark chocolate chips last. It mixed up quicker in my blender and does not make a difference in how the muffins turn out. Will continue to keep this recipe in the front of my recipe box!