Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Eggless Banana N Chocolate Chips Muffins

After baking banana n chocolate bread with eggs, i was thinking to prepare almost the same but as eggless n also as muffins, coz since i started baking with egg replacer powder, i didnt prepared anything as muffins, thought of making muffins this time for Madhu's Egg Replacement Event-Egg Replacer Powder event, i prepared muffins with banana n chocolate chips..as i told before dunno y this egg replacer powder pulled me to come up with different bakes and with different combination, needless to say that everyone at home are enjoying almost everyday these eggless bakes for their snacks and am also enjoying to prepare..


1/2cup All purpose flour
1/2cup Wheat Pastry flour
3tsp Egg replacer powder+4tbsp Warm water
3/4cup Sugar
1/2cup Butter (room temperature)
1/2cup Milk
3nos Bananas (mashed)
1/4cup Chocolate chips
1tsp Baking powder
1/4tsp Baking soda
Powdered sugar n few banana pieces

Whisk together butter n sugar together until they turn soft n fluffy..mix together egg replacer powder n warm water n add this thick paste to butter-sugar mixture n beat again for few minutes, add the mashed banana puree with baking powder n baking soda , whisk again..at this stage, the batter will be very hard to whisk...add the flours n milk n beat until the batter turns soft n get well mixed...now fold gently the chocolate chips..meanwhile preheat the oven for 300F, i used my silicon muffin mould to prepare, so i didnt grease..

Pour the batter and bake the muffins in middle shelf for 30 minutes or until they turns golden brown r until the skewer come out clean...springle powdered sugar n garnish the muffins with few banana pieces..

Delicious, tasty n flavoursome muffins, prefect for breakfast too!!!

9 comments:

  1. simply superb other then what to say my mouth is full of water mmmmmm

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  2. looks yummy...wish i could get egg replacement powder would try it immediately!!!

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  3. These are on my to do list as well.Love it Priya.You ar amarvellous baker.

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  4. Yes I agree that your family must be having a wonderful time enjoying all these treats on a day to day basis.

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  5. If I can't put all the batter for baking at once , can I keep it refrigerated until the first batch is done ?

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  6. @Rashmi Rao Sure Rashmi, u can arrange in fridge..

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  7. I tried the muffins today but they got too oily & too soft 😔. Don't know what I did wrong

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