How to make it

  • Mix all ingredients thoroughly but not too much; mix just until dry ingredients are moistened.
  • Take a standard ice cream scoop and scoop the batter into each cup of the silicone muffin pan. (You can use metal pans too but I'd recommend paper liners.)
  • The great thing about using silicone is that the muffins pop right out without any greasing of the pan or muffin liners!! I couldn't believe it when I saw how great they work!
  • I love using an ice cream scoop to put batter into muffin pans; it works so great without any drops on the pan.
  • Bake in a 400 degree oven for about 20 minutes or until the muffins are brown and done. It largely depends on the size of the muffin pan you use. I would just check at 15 minutes and then add extra minutes until done. Then keep track of how long you baked them for the next time round. (It depends on the temperature of your oven too.)
  • I would largely advise anyone who hasn't tried to bake with silicone baking pans to try and save to buy some!!!
  • I got a 10 piece set at QVC and I absolutely love it!
  • It was the best price anywhere! If you're interested more in how to get it if they still have it, just email me & I'll tell you more about it.
  • Happy cooking to you all!

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  • pollymotzko 9 years ago
    Hello there again,
    How nice that you're exploring my neck of the woods! I'm glad you like what you see and read!
    I like these muffins with drained pineapple chunks. When they bake it makes a nice bite of natural sweetness.

    Polly Motzko
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    minitindel ate it and said...
    very nice polly i love pumpkin anything so these have to be good lol


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  • pollymotzko 9 years ago
    The silicone bakeware set I got I researched on (It finds the cheapest price of just about anything on the internet)...and up came QVC. I bought a little tea pot from them a few years ago and loved it.
    The silicone bake ware set I got had 10 pieces and came in several colors, of which I got red.
    I love the pretty cheery bright red color and also the brand of the bakeware is Technique.
    It is the only one I've seen that has a metal rim all around the perimeter of the pan so it holds its shape.
    I put the link on my Facebook page. I'll see if I can create a link that goes right to the page where you buy it. I paid about $51 or so-and that is including shipping! Most pans like I got go for $20 per at a restaurant supply like AceMart which is a great one. Just some tips of the trade here.

    My friend was telling me I should be a chef and go to cooking school. I'm thinking about it....
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    leebear ate it and said...
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    " It was excellent "
    juels ate it and said...
    These look and sound so yummy! A beautiful picture, too!
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    annieamie ate it and said...
    I have several cans of pumpkin sitting in my cabinet that need to be used so I'll be trying your recipe soon. Nice recipe post, Polly. Welcome to Group Recipes!
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  • 22566 9 years ago
    Thank-you for sharing this nice sounding recipe.

    Kind Regards
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    jett2whit ate it and said...
    these sound really good! I was always wondering about those silicone pans....thanks for that info!
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