Monday, November 10, 2008

Sugar Free Pumpkin Almond Muffins

One more muffins with pumpkin, this time i didnt prepared them as vegan..i used eggs n almond powder with pumpkin puree but without butter...i used once again oil n yoghurt to prepare this kinda light muffins...these sugarfree muffins will be prefect snacks for diabetic people also who cares much for their health..y sugarfree?? people who were r suffering from diabetes doesnt mean that they shouldnt crave for these sweet desserts, they have sweet tooth too..nowadays am also trying desserts as sugarfree with sweetners, i couldnt able to find any difference between the sugary desserts n sugarfree desserts..they doesnt change the texture, taste of the desserts, cakes r juices etc..


1 1/2cups All purpose flour
1cup Powdered sweetner
2nos Eggs
1/2cup Oil
1/2cup Yoghurt
1tsp Baking powder
1/2cup Pumpkin Puree
1/2cup Almond powder
1tsp Vanilla essence
few almond pieces
Beat together the eggs n sweetner until they turn soft n fluffy..add the oil n yoghurt to the egg mixture n beat again for a while, add the baking powder, pumpking puree, vanilla essence, almond powder n beat for a while until they get well mixed...add little by little the all purpose flour n turn them as thick batter...

I used Silicon muffins mould, no need of greasing those moulds, very easy to remove muffins too even they r still hot...

Meanwhile preheat the oven at 350F.. pour the batter to the muffins mould, place a almond piece on the top of the batter, arrange the moulds in the middle rack n bake them for 20-25minutes r else insert a tooth pick, if it come out clean, muffins r done..put off the oven..
Serve them hot with coffee r tea!!!!

29 comments:

Kitchen Flavours said... Reply To This Comment

Wow iam drooling over. Looks yummy.

rekhas kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

oooh yum yum yum so mouth watering

Lakshmi Venkatesh said... Reply To This Comment

That looks very nice. The muffin tray also looks nice. Always afraid to buy these silicon items, since I think these silicon on heating at high temperatures will not withstand heat. Now maybe I also like to buy them.

srikars kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

wow.. looks yummy & perfect..nice entry..

RAKS KITCHEN said... Reply To This Comment

Cool recioe and I love the shape very much!

PG said... Reply To This Comment

looks delicious! yummy! I think oil makes muffins so juicy. wonderful ingredients. The biryani looks yum too. with mint leaves on top. wow!

G.Pavani said... Reply To This Comment

priya it looks yummy i want one ...

Bhawana said... Reply To This Comment

cooool yar looks soo delicious. I have pumpkin will try them for sure.

lakshmi said... Reply To This Comment

i am not sure if you understand tamizh - but i have to say those muffins look so "kozhu, kozhu". i love your muffin mould, will see where i can find one like that.

Sangeeth said... Reply To This Comment

Thanks dear! very nice recipe...luved the colour...

Purva Desai said... Reply To This Comment

I am drooling over the Muffins.....
I always like the addition of nuts in muffins and cakes...thanks for sharing..

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Cham said... Reply To This Comment

I really love ur brioche silicone pan! They are guilt free muffins

Srivalli said... Reply To This Comment

what a cute mold!..looks yum!

Mahimaa's kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

lovely dear.. look so cute...btw.. it is better to avoid splenda as i have heard it is carcinogenic. try to use turbinado sugar dear. it is natural and better than splenda.

Laavanya said... Reply To This Comment

These look perfect & pretty.

raaji said... Reply To This Comment

Nice muffins dear......so well baked and good browny color....

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Madhu said... Reply To This Comment

Beautiful looking muffins, like the pumpking flavour..

Divya.M said... Reply To This Comment

Priya yennaku parcel pannunga...cant wait..pic is really tempting

Divya Vikram said... Reply To This Comment

Love the cute shape of the muffins.

DEESHA said... Reply To This Comment

looks absolutely delicious

Yasmeen said... Reply To This Comment

Almonds in muffins does make the muffins rich , even better with a sugar substitute:)

Sunshinemom said... Reply To This Comment

This looks nice and plump!

veggie belly said... Reply To This Comment

how pretty and golden these are! ive been eyeing those silicon molds for a while now..from your pictures, it looks like they work beautifully (just like on tv!). what sweetener do you use? ive been curious about stevia, but im not sure if diabetics can have it.

Cilantro said... Reply To This Comment

Looks very tempting. Would love to try them.

Roopa said... Reply To This Comment

Wow these have come out very well priya:) Perfect color and shape! Good entry:)

Vaishali said... Reply To This Comment

These look so darling, Priya. A nice, healthy recipe.

Medhaa said... Reply To This Comment

love the shape looks good

Anju Rathore said... Reply To This Comment

hey you have good collection of cakes,i guess this section will be frequently visited by me and yes shapes r very cute.