Breakfast is tough. It’s one place I seem to have difficulty getting nutrition in, I never seem to have time to do much more than pop in a toaster waffle! My friend had send me a recipe for pumpkin loaf recipe from "Cooking Light" which was really yummy. I decided to “doctor” it up a little using some of the ideas from the Flax muffin. The result was a really nice dessert-like breakfast muffin that the kids LOVED. I love pumpkin and chocolate together. A few semisweet chocolate chips or raisins blended into the batter may tempt even the toughest of your Tiny Tasters. I make this on Sunday, keep them in the bag in the fridge, and pop heat them in the toaster oven or microwave for a few seconds in the morning. It makes mornings before school and work much faster, and the kids are getting in a lot of nutritious ingredients, including fiber and omega 3 fatty acids from the flax. A muffin, banana, and a glass of milk and you are good to go!