They’re one of my recipe specialties here on the blog. I follow you on fb and love all your recipes!!! INGREDIENTS: 2 Cups Kodiak Cakes protein packed flapjack mix; 1 Scoop SFH vanilla protein powder (see substitutions listed below) 1 Egg (see substitutions below) 1 Cup fat-free milk (see substitutions below) 1 Cup pumpkin puree; 1/4 Cup unsweetened applesauce; 1 Teaspoon vanilla extract; 2 Teaspoon pumpkin spice I was going to try them again with salt to maybe boost the flavor a bit. After ingredients are combined, stir in mini chocolate chips. Hi, I’ve only tried 2 of your recipes (this one and the pumpkin spice cream cheese) and I noticed you don’t include salt in your recipes. You are very welcome, so glad you enjoy them , © 2018 Drizzle Me Skinny. Thoughts? I’ll briefly cover both below. These pumpkin chocolate chip muffins are made with Kodiak Cakes Protein Power Cakes mix, which is a staple that we always have in our pantry. Have you tried salt and taken it out due to taste/texture or is it a health concern on your part? Ingredients for White Chocolate Pumpkin Protein Muffins. Preheat oven to 350F and spray a regular sized muffin tin with cooking spray. They are better than the Kodiak Cake chocolate chip muffins I made, but I’m also bias towards pumpkin – sorry! Hi Amy, nope I never cook/bake with salt .. just a personal preference is all.. Beyond the two primary structural ingredients, I don’t think you’ll have many questions about ingredient modifications. I also thought muffins came out rather bland so I made a few alterations. 2 large eggs 1 medium-size ripe banana, mashed (100 g or 1/2 cup) 1/4 cup (60 g) canned pumpkin purée 1/4 cup (55 g) plain 2% Greek yogurt 6 tablespoons (75 g) coconut palm sugar* 1 … This error message is only visible to WordPress admins, Meal Prep Made Easy: Healthy Buffalo Chicken Four Ways. While I definitely indulge in Pumpkin Spice Lattes every once in awhile and never turn down pumpkin pie– it is nice to have a healthier way to enjoy the fall flavor! This recipe looks great! Hi Katelyn, good to know as I too don’t really care for the PB mix, I will have to try it thanks . I just wondered, do you think these would freeze well? Thanks! If you can’t find the pumpkin flavor Kodiak no worries you can still makes these, see directions below. (function($) {window.fnames = new Array(); window.ftypes = new Array();fnames[0]='EMAIL';ftypes[0]='email';fnames[1]='FNAME';ftypes[1]='text';fnames[2]='LNAME';ftypes[2]='text';fnames[3]='ADDRESS';ftypes[3]='address';fnames[4]='PHONE';ftypes[4]='phone';fnames[5]='BIRTHDAY';ftypes[5]='birthday';}(jQuery));var $mcj = jQuery.noConflict(true); I’m a new mama learning how to live a healthy, happy, full life and I’m sharing what I learn along the way! One of my favorite things about fall is getting to eat all things pumpkin flavored! I love Kodiak mixes and will look for the Pumpkin Flax mix next time I go grocery shopping. Sweet!! I actually cross the border and shop since I am close but you can order online through the Target website, they deliver to Canada (at a cost of coarse lol) I have never found them in Canada. These delicious and kid-friendly low-fat Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Protein Muffins are great for quick breakfasts for afternoon snacks. Combine all ingredients except chocolate chips. See more ideas about kodiak cakes recipe, kodiak cakes, recipes. A decadent way to enjoy the delicious combination of pumpkin and chocolate, without the guilt! These pumpkin chocolate chip muffins are made with Kodiak Cakes Protein Power Cakes mix, which is a staple that we always have in our pantry. I’m a lover of organization, DIY, fitness (and chocolate!)