Pumpkin Spelt Muffins with Peanuts and Ginger



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These spekulatius-spiced pumpkin muffins are moist and fresh in an airtight container for a few days, and freeze fairly well. They are the perfect treat for an autumn afternoon. If you don’t have spekulatius spice, use pumpkin pie spice or just cinnamon instead.

  • 100 g Whole grain spelt, ground
  • 120 g Refined spelt flour
  • 120 g Raw sugar
  • 1 tsp Baking soda
  • 1/3 tsp Salt
  • 220 g Roasted pumpkin puree
  • 2 tsp Spekulatius spice
  • 85 ml Coconut oil, melted
  • 60 ml Coconut milk
  • 50 g Candied ginger, chopped
  • 150 g Salted peanuts
  • Caramel, optional
  1. Preheat the oven 190C/375F. Line 12-14 muffin cups with paper liners. Sift ground whole grain spelt flour, refined spelt flour, sugar, baking soda and salt together in a mixing bowl.
  2. In another bowl, whisk together the roasted pumpkin puree, spekulatius spices, coconut oil, and coconut milk until well combined.
  3. Add the flour mixture into the pumpkin mixture and mix until just incorporated. Do not overmix or muffins will be tough. Fold in chopped candied ginger and 100 grams of salted peanuts.
  4. Divide the batter into prepared muffin cups. Sprinkle the tops with some peanuts. Bake on the upper oven rack for 25 to 30 minutes until nicely golden brown. Drizzle with caramel sauce if desired, and serve warm.

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74 comments:

The Duo Dishes 17/9/12 06:49

So happy to see pumpkin mixed with coconut. It's such a great pair! We made bread last year with pumpkin and coconut. Excellent.

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Gina 17/9/12 07:04

Wow Angie, these sound like the perfect fall treat. I haven't heard of Spekulatius, I want some though. I might have to stick with the pumpkin pie spice. I have some baking to catch up on this week. Hope you have a good one.
-Gina-

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Baker Street 17/9/12 07:05

Love pumpkin muffins! I baked mine with zucchini today! I'm going to try and find a spekulatius spices. also love the peanut topping. great recipe, A! :)

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 17/9/12 07:09

Divine muffins! Those flavors are just awesome when paired together.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Paula @ Vintage Kitchen 17/9/12 11:37

There´s so much going on with this little muffins, with the peanuts and coconut. The candied ginger sounds so interesting. Great recipe Angie!

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Guru Uru 17/9/12 12:21

These look incredible my friend, bursting with autumn :)

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

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Medeja 17/9/12 12:25

Pumpkins and those autumn colors..Such an autumn post! But I could have these muffins anytime :D

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mylittleitaliankitchen 17/9/12 12:57

these are wonderful Angie! Wonderful combination of flavours. Well done indeed. Have a good week.

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Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen 17/9/12 12:59

Pumpkin and ginger go so well together. Love these muffins Angie. I call feel fall in the air with your pretty photos.
Sam

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tania@mykitchenstories.com.au 17/9/12 13:04

Oh Angie these look really good. I love them

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Priya 17/9/12 13:40

Mindblowing muffins, wish to grab some and having rite now.

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Cathy at Wives with Knives 17/9/12 14:39

I saw pumpkins in the farmers' market for the first time last Saturday, the sure sign that fall is here. Love all the flavors you have combined in these lovely muffins, Angie.

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Claudia 17/9/12 14:42

A definite keeper for the fall - love pumpkin in baked goods. As always, I just want to grab one from the photo!

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anne 17/9/12 15:06

The beautiful color and flavor of Fall ! Such a wonderful combination of flavors !

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Eva Taylor 17/9/12 15:47

I've never heard of spice, I'll have to google it. Very lovely recipe.

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Norma Chang 17/9/12 15:48

I have butternut squash but not pumpkin, imagine they are interchangable.

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Ann@Anncoo Journal 17/9/12 15:51

I love candied ginger and these pumpkin muffins look wonderfully delicious.

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CJ - Food Stories 17/9/12 15:58

I love pumpkin in anything so I know I would love these beauties ... Happy Monday :-)

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Mary 17/9/12 16:23

What a wonderful way to welcome the fall season. These sound delicious and I would love to have one with my coffee this morning. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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Tricia 17/9/12 16:35

Angie - you always have the most interesting ingredients. These sound like fall / autumn and are absolutely beautiful.

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Jeannie Tay 17/9/12 17:23

Another very healthy recipe, I see pumpkins are beginning to make their appearance in the western blogs again:D

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Koko 17/9/12 17:32

These look wonderful- seasonal flavours, healthy flour, and delicious!

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Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 17/9/12 18:46

I've never heard of spekulatius spices! These look absolutely amazing, though. Fall makes me want pumpkin all the time! :D

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RavieNomNoms 17/9/12 19:34

Now THAT is a muffin! Wooo!

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Namitha 17/9/12 19:56

spekulatius is something quite new to me. These muffins look perfect ! I smell Fall :)

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Ridwan's kitchen/Asian spice mix 17/9/12 20:28

Peanut and ginger,two of my favorite ingredients,looks perfectly Yummy with drizzled of caramel sauce !!

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Jessica@AKitchenAddiction 17/9/12 20:36

I was actually just looking at the little bit of ground spelt I have left wondering what I should do with it. . .now I know!

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mjskit 17/9/12 20:40

I have no idea what Spekulatius spices are, but since you said they could be substituted with pumpkin spice, I'll assume they are similar? Delicious looking muffins! They certainly do look moist and I love the glaze dripping off the top!

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Katerina 17/9/12 21:10

It is pumpkin season alright and these muffins look extra good looking and the spices make them irresistible!

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Catherine 17/9/12 22:08

Dear Angie, These little beauties sound and look delicious. They are perfect for fall. It is hard to believe that fall is upon us. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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Carol @ Always Thyme to Cook 17/9/12 22:42

They look amazing! And so perfect for the fall. Would love to dig into one of those delicious muffins.

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Debra Eliotseats 18/9/12 00:12

I can't get enough pumpkin flavor this time of year. These look utterly scrumptious.

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Jenn Kendall 18/9/12 02:49

these are beautiful muffins! i bet these are absolutely incredible!

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Tania @ A Perfect Pantry 18/9/12 03:05

The ginger would give this muffin such a nice little kick... Love nuts in muffins too:)

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Lizzy Do 18/9/12 03:20

Mmmm....I love all the autumnal baking going on! Your pumpkin muffins look divine...love that beautiful drizzle And the zing from the candied ginger :)

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Katie Mar 18/9/12 03:28

pumpkin and coconut are such a good combo! delicious recipe!

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Balvinder Ubi 18/9/12 04:05

I have to google that spice you have used in these muffins, quite interesting product. The candied ginger and the salted peanuts on top looks wonderful.

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 18/9/12 04:12

All wonderfully yum flavors here -- especially the pumpkin ;)

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Mich - Piece of Cake 18/9/12 04:30

I love the beautiful orange colour of these muffins and how healthful they are with spelt and raw sugar.

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Munatycooking 18/9/12 05:39

Hey Angie, I'm yet to try the taste of pumpkin, but these muffins look delicious. I guess I have to introduce myself to pumpkins soon :)

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Lisa H. 18/9/12 07:26

Everytime I walked past the Bakery isle and saw Spelt Flour, your bake came to mind... and looks like I'll have to pick up a packet and try these gorgeous bake soon :D

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kitchen flavours 18/9/12 15:10

Wish I could grab one off the screen now! Lovely bake!

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Elisabeth 18/9/12 19:05

Just love, love, peanut and ginger...yumm! What a great and perfect muffins for fall. Angie, you are certainly ready for fall with all the amazing pumpkin recipes, which we all adore! xo

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Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 18/9/12 19:59

Ooh, I love pumpkin season and all the goodies that emerge such as these spelt delights... beautiful Angie.

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Angie's Recipes 18/9/12 20:15

@Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies
Spekulatius cookies are traditional Christmas spice cookies in Germany. Spekulatius spice is a mix of cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, coriander, anis, nutmeg, ginger, white pepper.

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Biren @ Roti n Rice 18/9/12 20:17

I have been thinking of making muffins and these do look good. Love the idea of candied ginger in them.

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Amanda 18/9/12 21:34

i love anything with ginger! yum!

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lisa is cooking 19/9/12 00:30

I should not have looked at this while sitting here, hungry for an afternoon snack. These look amazing!

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vianney 19/9/12 07:44

pumpkin and coconut~~ love that combo!! perfect for fall!

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Amy 19/9/12 08:10

What a great recipe to welcome Fall! :)

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Cass @foodmyfriend 19/9/12 08:44

These look so yummy. I need to do more with spelt. It's so much better than regular flour for us!

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Marta@What Should I eat For Breakfast Today 19/9/12 12:35

pumpkin anc coconut - what a lovely connection :)

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Faith 19/9/12 16:11

Your muffins are gorgeous, Angie! I love how they're full of healthy things!

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Shannon @ JustAsDelish 19/9/12 17:30

your muffins are so moist and healthy. must go hunt down spelt four..

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Pacheco Patty 19/9/12 18:54

Gorgeous pumpkin muffins, they look delicious and are perfect for the cooler weather;-)

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Cake Duchess 19/9/12 19:41

My favorite time of year to bake with pumpkins. These are lovely fall muffins with a nice spicy addition from the ginger.:)

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 19/9/12 20:16

Love pumpkin in sweets, these muffins look delicious. So packed with flavor. I wonder if those spies are those used in the speculoos cookies?

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Rebecca Subbiah 19/9/12 20:40

lovely muffins love all things pumpkin

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Belinda @zomppa 19/9/12 22:28

This definitely heralds the fall!!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 19/9/12 23:39

We woke up to chilly weather this morning and suddenly I'm craving delicious fall flavors such as pumpkin and butternut squash. These look so tasty!

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Amy (Savory Moments) 20/9/12 02:05

Oh, I'm so happy that it's fall and time for pumpkin recipes again. These muffins look so yummy!!

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Katie@Cozydelicious 20/9/12 03:23

I haven't baked with spelt much, but these look great! I love pumpkin - especially this time of year.

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Helene Dsouza 20/9/12 12:54

I might just have some time to try this recipe out. got some pumpkin at home and peanuts anyway. so pretty angie!

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Amelia 21/9/12 16:29

Hi Angie, excellent muffins. The combination look great. yum yum

Have a nice weekend.

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lena 22/9/12 17:22

oh, that caramel is dripping, can i help you to lick it off??

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Kathy 22/9/12 23:33

Excellent looking muffins! Perfect for my breakfast…yum!

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OysterCulture 23/9/12 17:04

sounds like they are packed with goodness and flavor, perfect

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My Little Space 25/9/12 11:15

We should have tea together some time. hehe....
Kristy

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Sue 26/9/12 09:21

I love pumpkin, and these look amazing!

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Heidi Szczepanski 5/10/12 15:10

These muffins look great. Good recipe. Hope mine look as good as the photo. Thanks for posting. Exede

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