Time for Day 4's prompt: Share a recipe that you often make during the school year. Bonus points will be awarded if your recipe freezes well or it can be made in the crockpot.
My Recipe is for Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Muffins
It is a recipe I got from a colleague who used to make them for our Thanksgiving Feast when I was in pre-k. I don't know about freezing them, they are usually gone so quickly that we just don't have a chance. And nope you cannot make them in a crockpot...
You can use regular or mini muffin tins for this recipe. But of course, since I am looking for it, I can't seem to find the details of the recipe. But there are other recipes around like the one on Kosher.com for Chocolate Pumpkin Chip Muffins. And Kosher or pareve doesn't mean anything is bad in it, it is just by the way it is made. I taught at a Jewish school for 5 years and I have found foods that I like that I never would have tried if someone made me... such as matzah or matzah ball soup. Sorry I couldn't find the one that I use but this recipe is very close to the one I use so I hope you enjoy. And remember you don't have to make it in a muffin tin, you can just make it in a square or rectangle pan and cut it into pieces.
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