Pumpkin Banana Bread Muffins (guest posting)

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Remember myΒ banana bread muffins? Well I made them again… but a little different!

I loved the original banana bread muffin recipe and decided on making it a little bit different by taking advantage of some leftover pumpkin I had. After all, Fall is pretty much almost over and it’s only appropriate to get all of the pumpkin baking and cooking out of the way, no?

The recipe is shared on Kelly the Culinarian’s blog where I guest posted πŸ™‚ So hop on over and check it out and let me know how you like it! Thanks for letting me guest post for you, Kelly!

11 Comments

  1. I’m going to pop over and check out the recipe! Have a great week!!

  2. PUMPKIN makes me oh so very happy!!! πŸ™‚ I bake it in the oven and it makes me house smell utterly delicious, so much so I want to take a bite out of my door, lol!

  3. These look great! I’m still not sick of pumpkin yet! So sad the season is almost over!

  4. Thank you again for contributing! These look amazing.

  5. This totally sounds like something I would make. I’ve been baking both banana muffins and pumpkin chocolate chip muffins lately. Might as well mix two great flavors together. πŸ˜‰

    • Heck yeah, the combo is great! BUT you did make me crave some pumpkin chocolate chip muffins right now. Do you have any good recipes you’d like to link me to? πŸ™‚

      • πŸ™‚ Here you go Kammie. I totally need to make these again just to get new pictures. I’ve learned so much about food photography in the last few weeks. http://allshecooks.com/2013/03/23/pumpkin-chocolate-chip-muffins/

        • I think your photos are great but I’m glad you have improved in just a few weeks! I find food photography to be so much more difficult than any other. I was used to shooting people and events and I thought I would have an easy time doing food too…. SO wrong! My first posts on this blog (the photos) are so bad. Not yummy looking at all. Bleh. I think I’ve improved a lot too. Your Zuppa Toscana photos look GORGEOUS! And soups are one of the hardest to photograph, so way to go!!

          • Thanks Kammie! My Zuppa is actually the first photo that TasteSpotting accepted, which I was thrilled with. I think your photos look great too. My daughter and I were looking at the muffin pictures and my daughter (she’s ten) said, ‘Oh my gosh! Those look SO good! Those are really good pictures.’ She’s been seeing a lot of food photography lately. πŸ˜‰

            For soups I photograph them cold and that seems to be working really well. I also learned a little trick of putting a tiny jar or ramkin bowl upside down in a bigger bowl and then allowing some of the chunky pieces pile up in the middle.

            • Haha that’s awesome, your daughter is great πŸ˜› And congratulations on the acceptance to TasteSpotting! I was soo excited when I had my first food photo accepted to one of those websites, it took quite a few tried until I finally get better with the acceptances.

              Thank you so much for the soup photography tips! I had no idea, I probably would have tried to photograph it warm or hot as I always do. Great idea with the ramekin in the bowl…. that’s why it doesn’t look flat! Great idea!

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