After making the pumpkin purée from our garden sugar pumpkins here what we baked! We also had a Costco sized container of beautiful blueberries, my roommate loves them. So Lindsey and I set to baking! (Check out her site! )
Here is the flour, salt, and baking soda in both bowls.
Next, Lindsey added all the spices! Traditional pumpkin pie spices and freshly grated nutmeg
And here comes the pumpkin, from the pumpkin purée I made from my backyard pumpkins!
Here’s the batter all yummy and ready to go into the muffin cups
Meanwhile i did the blueberry muffins … back to that!
After the flour was measured and set aside (mentioned at the beginning)
I creamed together the butter and sugar
Added eggs, vanilla, and cream
Added the flour mixture (flour, salt, baking soda)
Next comes the glorious blueberries!
Stirred in gently of course 😉
Last thing before baking we mixed up this incredible streusel topping.
Butter, brown sugar, white sugar, cinnamon, oats, yummyness!
Once the batter was scooped and topped with as much streusel as possible it was time to bake and enjoy!
Blueberry on the left, pumpkin on the right.
Here is the recipe I adapted mine from, with a different streusel:
Here is the pumpkin recipe: http://www.twopeasandtheirpod.com/pumpkin-cinnamon-streusel-muffins/
What are you baking this fall?