3 Ingredient Pumpkin Swirl Muffins

Okay, these don’t look the greatest, but they taste pretty good! You only need three ingredients, DATS IT. The recipe was found on Pinterest 🙂 The thing is that the cake part is hard to tell when it’s done, because the cake batter was light and airy so it almost seems cooked already! I think I baked mine for about 10-15 minutes. 

1 box Yellow Cake Mix
1 15 oz. can Pumpkin 
2 cups any kind of spread (Nutella, Cookie Butter, Biscoff, etc.) I used the Speculoos and Cocoa spread from Trader Joe’s 

Just mix the cake mix with the pumpkin really well. Scoop into a muffin tin. Then put a teaspoon of your spread into the batter and swirl it in. Bake at 350 F for about 10-15 minutes for the mini muffins. If you bake it in a cake pan then it will probably be 35-40 minutes.

If you have faith as a mustard seed..nothing will be impossible for you. Matthew 17:20

We have the idea that God rewards us for our faith, and it may be so in the initial stages. But we do not earn anything through faith— faith brings us into the right relationship with God and gives Him His opportunity to work. Yet God frequently has to knock the bottom out of your experience as His saint to get you in direct contact with Himself. God wants you to understand that it is a life of faith, not a life of emotional enjoyment of His blessings. The beginning of your life of faith was very narrow and intense, centered around a small amount of experience that had as much emotion as faith in it, and it was full of light and sweetness. Then God withdrew His conscious blessings to teach you to “walk by faith” (2 Corinthians 5:7). And you are worth much more to Him now than you were in your days of conscious delight with your thrilling testimony.
Faith by its very nature must be tested and tried. And the real trial of faith is not that we find it difficult to trust God, but that God’s character must be proven as trustworthy in our own minds. Faith being worked out into reality must experience times of unbroken isolation. Never confuse the trial of faith with the ordinary discipline of life, because a great deal of what we call the trial of faith is the inevitable result of being alive. Faith, as the Bible teaches it, is faith in God coming against everything that contradicts Him— a faith that says, “I will remain true to God’s character whatever He may do.” The highest and the greatest expression of faith in the whole Bible is— “Though He slay me, yet will I trust Him” (Job 13:15).   [Utmost.org]

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