20 September 2010

Pumpkin Millet Muffins

Pumpkin Millet Muffins
inspired by Cascadia Bakery

1/2 cup rolled oats
3/4 cup brown sugar
1 cup buttermilk
1/3 cup canola oil
2 large eggs 
1/2 cup millet
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp salt

1. Preheat oven to 390F
2. In a bowl, beat together eggs, sugar, milk, oil, vanilla
 and pumpkin puree, stirring until the lumps are removed
3. Stir in rolled oats
4. Toast millet in a dry skillet over medium to medium-high heat until lightly browned
5. Add toasted millet and pumpkin seeds to wet ingredients
6. In a separate bowl, mix the dry ingredients
7. Gently pour wet ingredients into dry
8. Fold together, remembering not to over mix
9. Scoop + over flow batter into muffin tins
10. Top with extra pumpkin seeds
11. Place in oven and reduce temperature to 360F
12. Bake for 25-30 minutes
13. Remove and let cool 

serves 9


Kristy Sayer-Jones @ Southern In Law said... [reply]

These look so good! I wish they sold canned pumpkin puree in Australia - it takes so much longer to make it yourself to add to things.

Averie @ Averie Cooks said... [reply]

girl you have the most insane recipes...it should be called Kelsey's Fantastic Muffins Blog :)

your yoga stuff..thank you for saying what you said about consulting me and that you'd be a fool not to if you had questions..that was so sweet :) so happy you respect my opinion & yes, any time you have yoga questions, holla!!


Anonymous said... [reply]

Your muffins always come out looking so big and plush!
I mean, look at the size of those tops! Yum yum yum :D

Joanne said... [reply]

These look glorious! I love those super large muffin tops. And anything pumpkin.

I voted for you over at Foodbuzz!

Anonymous said... [reply]

Kelseyyyyy make me some MUFFINS!!! You can't POSSIBLY consume these all by yourself!

Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen said... [reply]

Your muffins...there are no words! They are seriously breath taking!

Amy B @ Second City Randomness said... [reply]

I should have added oatmeal to mine... that would have been fabulous. These look amazing!

I hope you're having a great week, my dear! :)

Tori said... [reply]

I'm glad you saw my post on the lemon streusel muffins :)

Ooooo, pumpkin!! Those look like they definetly belong in a bakery shop window!! So pretty!

<3 Tori

Anonymous said... [reply]

I've been waiting for this one, Kelsey!!! All I have to do is get some millet :)

Heather (Where's the Beach) said... [reply]

Pretty much 1 word - YUM. Seriously girl, you are the Muffin Ma'am (instead of Muffin Man).

Jess @ MTL Veggie said... [reply]

Will be making these stat! They look plain delicious!

We Are Not Martha said... [reply]

These look fabulous and perfect for breakfast. With my pumpkin spice coffee!!


Chelsea said... [reply]

These are the perfect fall muffin! :D

Sarah said... [reply]

These look DELICIOUS. But then again, your muffins always do:-).
How is yoga teacher training going? That is something I would love to do (one day).

Anonymous said... [reply]

omg girl. you and your muffins lately!! gahh they look so good :)

Dana xo

Kelsey @ Clean Teen Kelsey said... [reply]

Yes yes yessss. These look so good! Do you think they can be made dairy/egg free?

Anonymous said... [reply]

zomg everything always looks sooooo good. i'm gonna have to gluten free these puppies!

Anonymous said... [reply]

those muffin tops are huge! haha pumpkins mean fall and winter squash!!! nom nom!!

eatme_delicious said... [reply]

Yumm I love how giant the muffin tops are! I've tried a recipe for pumpkin millet muffins from the Rebar cookbook but I think I changed too many things in the efforts to make them healthier and they didn't turn out so well. I love the crunch that millet adds!

Lauren @ Health on the Run said... [reply]

I just read through all your muffin posts. This is awesome Kelsey!! All of your recipes look delicious, and I LOVE how huge your muffin tops are!! Thanks for sharing the results of your muffin-genius. One of these days, I will definitely have to try to re-create all of these :)

Anonymous said... [reply]

Kelsey those look so good! I love the pumpkin seeds on top.

Court&Whit said... [reply]

Your muffins always look so yummy! I have been waiting for this recipe ever since your project food blog post. Thanks :) And this gave me some inspiration to create some of my own bakery/store favorites at home!

Beth @ Beth's Journey to Thin said... [reply]

My gosh those look amazing!!! This one was the recipe I was looking forward to the most from your Ready, Set, Blog post. Delicious!

lequan said... [reply]

Wow Kelsey, your muffins just keep getting better and better! These look scrumptious :-P. Come to think of it, I don't think I've had a pumpkin muffin before.

Anonymous said... [reply]

Girl, you have definitely gotten the bakery-looking muffins thing accomplished! These look amazing, as do the ones from the other day!!! Mmmmmm I love a pumpkin muffin!

Hope school's going well! Cant wait to hear more about it :)

Anonymous said... [reply]

Yessss I have been waiting for this!!! Amazingness. oh I am already hungry for one.

Unknown said... [reply]

just gorgeous!! Do they make gluten free pastry flour? I think I need to look into that! Thanks Kelsey.

Nattie. said... [reply]

Ooh! YUM! I can never got my muffins to look that pretty and puffy!! =) XOXO

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

I am coming over to get a muffin :-)

Krista said... [reply]

K, so I made the espresso chocolate chip (posting about and linking to tonight) and we just ran out today so this recipe comes at the perfect time! THANKS!

Anonymous said... [reply]

Yum! My muffins never ever look that professional! If they look as good as they taste, I bet these are amazing! I love the addition of pumpkin seeds on top too :)

<3 Tat

Megan D said... [reply]

These look the yummiest yet! I just stocked up on canned pumpkin :)

Mary @ Bites and Bliss said... [reply]

These look delicious!! Love the pumpkin :)

Lisa (bakebikeblog) said... [reply]

I must stop reading your blog before breakfast! It makes me too hungry :)

Angela (the diet book junkie) said... [reply]

you know my heart so well. keep up the good job, girl! (p.s. hope you're enjoying school :))

Marianne (frenchfriestoflaxseeds) said... [reply]

Someone must own the Rebar cookbook ;) I love your bakery style giant muffins. I think I'm going to have to try making some myself.

Madeline - Greens and Jeans said... [reply]

So when are you going to start a mail order business so I can taste test some of these bad boys?

Anonymous said... [reply]

No lie - if you opened a bakery I would be a regular customer. How in the world do you get your muffins to look like that?! Mine are so tiny and pathetic. :(

Anonymous said... [reply]

Just bookmarked this :D This is the recipe I was actually most excited about lol. They all look sooo good though!


p.s. I voted for you ;)

Monet said... [reply]

I love pumpkin and ginger...they are such a perfect pair! Your muffins turned out beautifully! I wish you could send me one. And I need to start adding more batter to my muffins tins...yours look so large and lovely!

sophia said... [reply]

The best part is the tops!! Why are people so afraid of muffintops? Hee hee.

Eden said... [reply]

Who eats all these muffins??? do you sell them? give them away?
When are you opening your bakery already!?

Sara @ Nourish and Flourish said... [reply]

Yay! I've been waiting for this recipe!! Do you think a GF baking mix can replace the pastry flour? I've never cooked with millet, but am excited to do so! xoxoxo

lynn said... [reply]

i've never had millet before - i bet i would love it, esp. in pumpkin muffin form

Kayla said... [reply]

I was looking for a pumpkin muffin recipe and I wasn't expecting you to have one! I made these except I didn't use millet or pumpkin seeds (didn't have any!). These are sooo good! The recipe made 24 regular sized muffins and a small loaf of bread! I decided to add dried cranberries to the loaf and I wish I added them to the muffins, too! I glazed the muffins and bread with honey, too! Delicious!

Heidi - Apples Under My Bed said... [reply]

Wow, yum! I just found your blog. These look amazing!! Cannot wait to try them. I agree with the 1st comment that we need canned pumpkin in Australia! I see so many US recipes that use it and lust after them so much.
Heidi xo

CaSaundraLeigh said... [reply]

You had me at pumpkin--how good would these go with a spiced pumpkin latte!? Drool!

A CopyCat Cooks said... [reply]

Can't wait to try this recipe. The Market on Millstream occasionally sells the pumpkin millet muffins. since I fell in love many years ago - a bag of millet is in my freezer, that little ancient grain gets thrown into all sorts of my baking!!

michelle said... [reply]

These are on my 'muffin to make' list for sure! Looks like they came straight out of the bakery!

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