Okay, for those of you who have heard of this recipe, why the heck didn’t you tell me about it? You’ll never guess who did end up telling me about it – a doctor.
This recipe only requires two things to make these delicious, moist, and chocolaty mini’s.
1.) Your favorite brand and flavor of cake mix.
2.) One 15 ounce can of pure pumpkin.
That’s right, no eggs and no oil. The elimination of those two items makes this recipe much lower in calories, and much healthier.
Want to be creative? Try adding dark chocolate chips to these, or make them with a carrot, spice, or vanilla cake mix.
I did a little research on these mini’s after the doctor told me about them. I found the directions for making them, along with the nutritional information, at the Hungry Girl.
I made a couple minor adjustments. I added about 2 tablespoons of water to the bottom of the pumpkin can to rinse it out. I then added that water right into the batter. I also baked my mini’s at 325 degrees for about 14-15 minutes. Check with a toothpick to make sure it comes out clean before removing them from the oven.
I am currently looking for healthier recipes to share here at The Joy of Caking. If you’ve got a healthier tried and true recipe that you’d love to share, or would like to guest post with me – PLEASE email me!