Thursday, March 11, 2010

Eggless Pumpkin,Oats & Nutella Muffins

Nutella, a famous chocolate spread took an important place in our weekend breakfast and while the weekdays its kinda hard for us to enjoy this chocolate spread which everyone at home can finish the whole bottle within few hours..But somehow i manage to give them atleast some spoons just for weekends..When i was planning to make out some muffins with leftover pumpkin chunks, my mind went for nutella and i dropped a teaspoon of this chocolate spread in the center of those eggless pumpkin muffins before they get baked, once i took out from the oven my little one was sitting besides to this muffins until they get cooled a bit, yes the aroma came out of the baked muffins with nutella completely dominated our home and even my next door friend was asking me wat i baked today when i opened my door..I was really happy to see the pumpkins muffins vanished within few minutes, coz whenever i make pumpkin bakes, they will get vanished rarely at home and this time its doesnt happen, all credits goes to the famous nutella spread...As usual i prepared this pumpkin bakes with rolled oats also this muffins are eggless..



1cup Pumpkin puree
1/2cup Butter (room temperature)
3/4cup Sugar
1/4cup Milk
1+1/2cup All purpose flour
1cup Rolled oats
1/2tsp Baking soda
1tsp Baking powder
Nutella spread as per need

Preheat the oven to 350F..Beat the sugar and butter until they turns soft and creamy..meanwhile mix the flours, baking soda and baking powder, add pumpkin puree to the sugar-butter mixture... beat until the puree get well mixed,now add the all the dry ingredients along with milk and mix well with a spatula, dont overmix..

Pour the muffin batter over the muffins pan until 3/4th to the pan, gently drop the nutella spread to the center of the muffins and arrange the muffins pan to the middle rack and bake for 20-25minutes or a skewer insert comes out clean..


Enjoy warm, am damn sure that melted nutella spread will definitely tastes divine!!!

54 comments:

  1. thats very innivative priya..how much nuteella did u drop at the center and did u cover them with batter again?

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  2. Very healthy and anice muffins with nutella

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  3. Mmm, pumkin, oats and nutella, super super!! no wonder they vanished so fast!!! they look wonderful Priya!!
    C'est dommage que je n'habite pas près de vous :( appadi irundha, daily veetukku prompt-aa vandu kadhava thattiruppen-nnu nanikren, hahahaah

    yenna neenga vaanga ponga-nnu sollandheenga, yerkannavey aayaa meri aavarennu sad-aa irukku, neega vera yen vayassa innum yethi vittraadheenga, ok vaa?

    have a nice day !!!

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  4. Again an interesting muffins...quiet healthy and eggless one is always what i prefer...looks delicious priya

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  5. Yummy Recipe..Always u come up with a new different recipe

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  6. Great combo, Priya must be tasted yummy since nutella is added to the muffin.....

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  7. Wow Priya muffins looks yummy can you please pass some for me?

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  8. perfect and b'ful muffins, dear

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  9. Perfect Muffins.I too was planning some.DELICIOUS

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  10. Thanks a lot friends..

    @J i used a teaspoon of nutella and batter covered the chocolate once i dropped the nutella spread...hope this helps..

    @Akal, haha ippokuda inga vanga, will cook anything for u..

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  11. Priya, Thanks for the entry. I probably will do the first week's round up tomorrow itself since I did get couple of entries. Will keep you posted.

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  12. You are definitely an innovative cook. Well done Priya

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  13. Yum! Love the flower mold you have used and the recipe.. good one!

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  14. I love these muffins and I have a special weakness for nutella:) Yummy!!!!

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  15. wow very interesting muffins dear ...romba nalla eruku..nice combo,looks perfect & nice click

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  16. Oh wow...thats cute muffins, like the frils...

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  17. Here daughter and I love nuteele and we have with our bread every morning, well not for this mont as i wrote in my blog on a kindof diet hubb is and we join in with them.
    Love love thismuffin, looks beautiful.

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  18. wooow!!!beautiful,,innovative and interesting muffins,,,really looks mouthwatering....

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  19. Wow! Innovative muffins!! Love the mould you have used:)

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  20. nice one priya ... looks delicious dear

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  21. Love those muffins. They look divine dear. Such a sweet muffin it must be if it had a heart of nutella, :)

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  22. Adding Nutmeg should tastes delicious. Awesome priya.

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  23. I love pumpkin muffins! Your muffin shape is too cute.

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  24. Cool idea Priya..Will try this sometimes :-) also I liked the cute shape of your muffins..

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  25. Looks delicious.. & fantastic.. very cute..

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  26. Very nice and tempting recipe...ur pics are very clear dear....

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  27. What a gr8 recipe!! everytime I visit your blog I learn something so new and different!! Hats off to you!!

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  28. pumpkin and oats sound so healthy...gr8 pics too....i am sure my daughter is going to love this.

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  29. Priya,

    These pumpkin, oatmeal nutella spread muffins looks awesome,

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  30. Innovative and yummy one...looks delicious.

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  31. Pimpkin and nuttela that should be something different to dig for breakfast!

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  32. Priya, I love the way you come up with new & unique combos...good one here!!!

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  33. Lovely muffins.....nice innovation liked the cute shape..:)

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  34. Love the shape of those muffins. Seems like a lot of pumpkin cooking is done these days at your place. :) Kidding. No complaints when they are so tasty and healthy.

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  35. wow soooo tempting muffines...love eggless muffins...thr r very tempting n lovely flower shape...

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  36. Gosh! Muffins! I don't know what to say...feel like just taking it back with me! hehehe ;)

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  37. No wonder all these muffins were finished as soon as they were cooled...they look so tempting and awesome Priya...what a yummy idea to add nutella to these healthy muffins :)

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  38. Awesome combo! They look so good. No wonder they were gone in no time!

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  39. Pumpkin and nutella, nice combo. No wonder it got over so fast.

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  40. These muffins sound delicious and flavourful.

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  41. Wow these muffins look fabulous! So healthy and yummy!

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  42. love the flowery shape...nice nutella surprise..looks yumm..

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  43. Priya thanks for the entry. Roundup has been posted. I was trying to create a link and by mistake clicked on your post. Sorry about that. But no damage done.

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  44. Looks awesome! Nice recipe to try!

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  45. Muffins look awesome ! Lovely shape too...

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  46. priya i missed a lot of ur posts..this luks perfect, i tried ur bakd mushrooms, turned awesome..frgt to tell you

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  47. wow i like the muffin shape. looks so pretty and cute.

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  48. Thank you for the lovely entry!

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  49. i host people from around the world (www.couchsurfing.org) and my surfer (guest) brought some nutella. I found your recipe and substituted the pumpkin for bananas! Great recipe but we couldn't get the nutella to go in the middle. So next i will do some batter then nutella then some more batter on top. :0)

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