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I love pumpkin flavored everything and I’m always sad when the season ends, and it’s Christmas time and flavors change.
I love pumpkin lattes, salted caramel, apple cinnamon and more. I dive right into the fall recipes with fervor and cook, bake, boil and fry away happily as the leaves begin to change color and drift outside my window. It’s simply lovely! Get on your boots and hoodie and head out to the farm to get some fresh apples and of course a pumpkin for this recipe! You can also get canned pumpkin, it’ll still be amazing! I like to stock up on canned pumpkin and keep it on hand because you can even put it in your coffee! Trust me it’s phenomenal.
These doughnut muffins make a great snack or breakfast to grab and go during a busy week. They are super moist and full of all your favorite fall flavors.
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Quick Tip: These pumpkin doughnut muffins go great with coffee or cocoa!