One of my favorite things about fall is the chance to eat all the yummy pumpkin goodies. Pumpkin bread is a fall staple in our house. Last year I made a pumpkin stew (stewed in the pumpkin!) which was savory and delicious. This year I decided to try a new recipe for pumpkin muffins.
I got the recipe from the Pioneer Woman website, which I had never been to before. This website will definitely keep me busy through this holiday season.
Anyway, the muffin recipe, as given, only yields a dozen muffins. One dozen muffins in my house will last maybe two days (keep in mind, my husband may only have one). I doubled the recipe and got a full two dozen. The frosting recipe however, makes more than you'd think. I didn't double this recipe, and I've had enough to frost all of the muffins that I've eaten so far, with a lot still left. These turned out so moist and yummy. They're not terribly big so I don't feel too guilty eating two (or three) in one sitting. Maybe they'll last through Wednesday.