Salted Caramel Pumpkin Muffins

Good morning, lovely people!  I’m really excited to share this delicious pumpkin muffin recipe that I created over the weekend. Tis the season for all things pumpkin, so this not-too-sweet pumpkin muffin is perfection with the extra sweet pizzaz of the salted caramel. Drool!

Salted Caramel Pumpkin Muffins | MyBlessedLife.net

Of course, these muffins are also wonderfully delicious without the salted caramel glaze as well. :)

Have you made a delicious pumpkin recipe lately? I would love to hear!!

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  1. Lisa Mac says

    Just took them out of the oven. Gave one to my 18 yr old daughter. She came back saying it was the best pumpkin muffin she’d ever had. I kind of took offense, as she has loved my recipe for the past 10 years. Thank you for a new family favorite. Praying that you find the perfect house for your family.

  2. says

    These were fabulous! BUT, not to sound like the allrecipes pages where they give it a five and then tell all the ways they changed it… I am not a fan of nuts in my desserts, and though I love dried cranberries, I also don’t want them in my baked goods, so I took the liberty of substituting chocolate chips for the the nuts/cranberries. Raw sugar is definitely NOT in my budget, but dark brown sugar worked just fin. SUPER YUM! I’m a salt-a-holic, too, and added an extra pinch of kosher salt to the caramel. What I really loved was how many muffins it yields – 20! I hate muffin recipes that only yield 12. These lasted several days in a plastic bag and were a great after school treat for my kids (yay for the extra tasty way to deliver veggies to their diet!). I’ll definitely be making these again!

  3. Susie B says

    Made 11/20/12. Quite delish. I wanted to dip my whole muffin in the caramel topping- it was so good. Didn’t have an flaky salt so the muffins were just plain old Caramel Pumpkin. Ha! The salt would a a great kick. Next time I’ll bake them for about 12 minutes and keep an eye on them to see how they look. I can’t remember how long I baked them for this time, but they were a tad overbaked. Oh well!

  4. says

    LOVED these muffins! Thanks for a delicious recipe that will definitely be repeated multiple times in our house! I made these for a Valentines party in a heart shaped muffin pan and they were definitely a hit! I’m planning to do a Valentines recipe recap on my new food blog and will link back to you so everyone can head over to try this amazing recipe! Thank you!!!

  5. Stacy says

    We just made these and I didn’t follows he recipe to a t, but didn’t think it would make that much difference. I used my mixer and I forgot to melt the butter and just used softened. The muffins came out very dense would this be why or did I do something else wrong?

  6. Rebecca Page says

    Just made these for my church’s Ladies Day tomorrow. I had to try one and my oh my they were delish. I had to step away to keep from eating more. :-)

  7. ThreebeansMombo says

    Oops I was on the phone and I forgot to add the milk and they turned out amazing!!! In a matter of minutes there almost all gone great recipe thanks..

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