Monday, November 05, 2007

The Best Pumpkin Muffins

Despite my awesome new cookbooks, I haven't forgotten about my other ones. These pumpkin muffins are from Vegan with a Vengeance. They taste great and are very aptly named (although they are technically the only pumpkin muffins I've ever had). They rose really well and my boyfriend wants everyone to know that he had something to do with that (he helped me make them and now thinks he is the king of sifting. The wine he was drinking while helping me might have something to do with the claim.). I am taking these with me on our trip to NC that I mentioned in my previous post. I prefer to bring vegan food with me so that I don't have to rely on others to provide food I can eat. It seems that when I do bring food along, there is also other food I can eat. If I don't bring stuff with me, there is nothing for me to eat. I have learned just to bring food along, just in case.

8 comments:

VeggieGirl said...

The pumpkin muffins look delicious!! How lovely that your boyfriend helped in the baking process! :0)

Yep, I too always bring food along on trips - as the saying goes, it's better to be safe than sorry!

urban vegan said...

They are the best, aren't they?

Cakespy said...

These look really good! Were they super sweet or more savory? I wonder what they would pair well with?

I just came across this blog (just kind of playing around on the internet)...how yummy!

Laura Faye said...

The muffins are pretty sweet. There is quite a bit of sugar in them. I had them for breakfast by themselves, so I'm not sure what would go well with them.

Anardana said...

I love that recipe! I always leave out about half of the sugar, though.

bazu said...

A friend brought those to our Halloween party (in mini bundt form) and they were awesome.

Veggie Cookster said...

I always plan ahead food-wise when traveling... better safe than sorry, I say!

The muffins looks scrumptious, too! I don't know how I missed that recipe in the book!

Vivacious Vegan said...

I know what you mean about bringing food along. Even if there is extra food you can spread a little vegan love and share with the non veg-heads.