Tuesday Recipes – Back to Pumpkin Love


2. April 2013 by swissfitchick

Good morning!!

I have a great breakfast recipe for you! I know, the pumpkin season is more or less over, but they still sell it in the supermarket and I had some at home and wanted to use it up. Out came the……



Ingredients for 2 muffins:

250g mashed pumkin or pumpkin puree

1 scoop vanilla protein powder

1 eggwhite

1/2 tsp organic vanilla powder

2 tbsp oats

1 tsp baking powder


Preheat oven to 170 degrees Celsius.

Mash the pumpkin together with the protein powder, eggwhite, baking powder and vanilla in a large bowl.

Mix under the oats.

Grease 2 muffin forms or 2 mugs.

Bake in the oven for 30 minutes.

IMG_3287 I topped mine with a little low fat greek yogurt mixed with stevia and unsweetened cocoa and called it a meal.

IMG_3291On the inside it was fluffy and soft, perfect!



Check out more cretice recipes on Kierstons page!!

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Enjoy breakfast and happy Tuesday!!

Are you a pumpkin fan?

Any new recipe you tried lately and are a must? 



34 thoughts on “Tuesday Recipes – Back to Pumpkin Love

  1. …. i made these yesterday. TO DIE FOR! ❤

  2. These look moist and delicious! I always keep a hidden can of pumpkin purée in my pantry for when I see interesting recipes and it isn’t in season. Looks like I might have to pull it out soon!

  3. Yum these look great Lucie!

  4. it’s been too long since I’ve had anything pumpkin flavoured!

  5. cleanfoodcreativefitness says:

    You know I love my pumpkin! Looks like the perfect breakfast recipe! Totally going to give it a try!

  6. Oh yum. Hese really do look soft and fluffy! Good thing i keep an emergency can of pumpkin in my pantry at all times. I tend to go through phases with pumpkin… I’ll eat a lot of it and then go without it for a while before remembering how much I enjoy it and going back. It’s strange…

    • Same here! I think I even turned a bit orange in winter because I had pumpkin oats every.single.day. 🙂 Now I was off of it for a few months and when I had that muffin I was really pleased to have it again!

  7. Greta says:

    Those look perfect and not only for breakfast, Lucie!
    I love pumpkin.
    I don’t do well with protein powders 😦 Well, I still have so many more to make from your recipe list 😀

  8. Pumpkin?? Why, yes please!! It has been my new obsession the past year, so these obviously look amazing to me! 🙂

  9. Lisa says:

    I’m obsessed with pumpkin still! I’m with you. I think the past two things I’ve baked have had pumpkin in these, so I’m all over this!

  10. I love how simple this recipe is, I just got some Pumpkin Puree at the store (on sale :)) so I will have to give these a shot! Love + Shine CourtStar

  11. These look lovely 🙂 I have recently just come across your blog and I love it. I am recovering from an eating disorder as well and I think all of your recipes are really inspiring and look so good! ❤

  12. Yes!! You already know I’m a HUGE pumpkin fan! And a huge pumpkin muffin fan, too. 😉 Love this recipe, Lucie–I’ll definitely be giving it a try soon.

    I haven’t tried many new recipes lately, but I did roast a chicken last week, which was a big accomplishment! It’s something that’s always scared me, but it was so so easy. I’m home for a few weeks now, which means I’ll have lots more time to experiment in the kitchen…Any suggestions?! xoxo ❤

  13. Mmmmmm! Lucie, these look FABULOUS!! And seriously? Pumpkin season is NEVER over! I’ve got 30 cans in my pantry to prove it! Bahahaha!

  14. OMG I am LOVING that up close and personal muffin photo!

  15. Holy moly!!! These look super delish!

    Thanks for linking up darling 🙂

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  17. Ailish hazen says:

    Just wondering what the calorie and protein is per serving?

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