Simple Mills pumpkin muffin

Dietary-Friendly Restriction Pumpkin Muffins (GF, SF, DF, paleo-friendly)

Tis the season for all of the pumpkin spice things.

I’m actually not very into anything pumpkin spice. Nikki isn’t really either, though she loves pumpkin bread. She wants to find a version that she can eat. Recently, she did find Simple Mills Pumpkin Almond Flour Muffin & Bread Mix. Not only is the mix certified gluten-, dairy-, and soy-free, it’s also free of corn, grains, gums, and emulsifiers. It is also non-GMO Project Verified and paleo-friendly.

As you can gather from the title, the mix can be used for muffins or loaf bread. The following is for the muffins.

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Simple Mills Pumkin Muffin and Bread mix
Perfect for your inner basic girl.

Ingredients

-3 eggs

-1 c water

– 3 tbsp. oil (we used coconut oil)

Simple Mills Pumpkin Muffin mix
Just 3 simple ingredients are needed.

Directions

(makes 12 muffins)

-Heat oven to 350 degrees

-Whisk eggs, water, and oil in large bowl. Add mix and whisk until well blended.

-Line muffin pan lightly with coconut oil or paper

-Spoon batter into muffin pan; fill each slot 2/3 full

-Bake 25-30 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean

Let cool and serve! (If using paper liners, let them cool completely to avoid muffins sticking to the paper)

 

Simple Mills Pumpkin Muffin mix
Just before they turn into yummy muffins!

 

Nutrition facts

(Serving size: 1 muffin)

Calories: 90

Total Fat: 3g

Saturated Fat: 0g

Trans Fat: 0g

Cholesterol: 0mg

Sodium: 135mg

Total Carbs: 14g

Dietary Fiber: 2g

Sugars: 6g

Protein 2g

Simple Mills Pumpkin Muffins
These muffins are only 90 calories with 14g of carbs each!

 

Simple Mills Pumpkin muffin
Get. In. My. Belly.

 

Simple Mills pumpkin muffin
Picture perfect.

 

Simple Mills pumpkin muffin
Don’t you want a bite?

Verdict: the muffins were very moist and delicious! GFS approves!

Pro tip: Add Simple Mills Vanilla Frosting to the muffin tops. We didn’t have enough frosting to try this.

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40 thoughts on “Dietary-Friendly Restriction Pumpkin Muffins (GF, SF, DF, paleo-friendly)

  1. These pumpkin muffins look so delicious. Usually pumpkin is not savored much as vegetable but this way I am sure pumpkin will be relished by taste buds.

  2. It sounds like a delicious recipe! They turned out very pretty. I love muffins but I haven’t tried pumpkin flavored ones before.

  3. Well, these muffins look super good! I love to hear about more gluten-free options. Though I am not sure I can get this brand here, so I will have to look at a similar one!

    • I’m not sure if Thrive Market or Vitacost deliver to you, but they are both online stores that have many brands and food products that are gluten-free. Enjoy Life is another good brand that has gluten-free products.

  4. Wow those loooked really moist! I find that’s making gluten free treats such as muffins or cake it can taste a little dry.

    • We were surprised how moist they were, especially with only 4 ingredients. My sister was a little heavy handed with the coconut oil and thinks that might have played a part in making it so moist.

    • It’s really yummy! Just a heads up: it’s not pumpkin spice, it’s just pumpkin, so don’t be disappointed by no spice flavor. πŸ˜€ Also, they’re best within the first couple of days after baking.

    • LOL, they’re good. It’s pumpkin muffin and not pumpkin spice muffin, so there’s no spice flavor that you’d expect. If you know that going in, you won’t be as disappointed. I always get hungry when I write food related blogs. I’m hungry now replying to comments. lol

  5. Hello! I’m new to your blog! and I’m also new to all the gluten-free recipes, here where I live is not easy to find ready-made products free of gluten.

    • Hi Nati! It definitely can be difficult to find ready-made products with ingredients you need to avoid. We were pretty happy to find to find it. I’m not sure where all Vitacost and Thrive Market deliver to, but they’re online stores that have many items that are gluten-free. They both have this muffin mix. I have other recipes on my blog that you might be interested in. πŸ™‚

  6. Wow!! Another good dessert was what I discovered. I’m gonna take down the recipe and try this later for my kid’s snack treat.

  7. This recipe sounds so easy to make and the muffins look so good! I would love to try making it and eating it while reading a good book afterwards!

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