Thursday, May 31, 2012

Eggless & Sugarless Walnut Banana Wholewheat Muffins

You can make 100 varieties of banana muffins, our this month's Gayathri"s Baking Eggless challenge was banana muffins.Obviously i was quite happy when she announced to make some eggless banana muffins. Eventhough my space have variety of eggless bakes and definitely banana muffins are one among those i wanted to make something different. So this time i went for a eggless, sugarless,butterless,whole wheat and walnut banana muffins but not vegan as i used yogurt in this muffins.

Its quite an easy,attractive,healthy,nutty and fabulous muffins to enjoy anytime of the day.We had this super spongy muffins for our breakfast,as dessert after our lunch and with a cup of coffee for our snacks,while my teddies enjoyed them simply with a glass of milk.My egg substitute for making this muffins is vinegar and baking soda,do try this friends you wont stop yourself having this fantastic muffins.As i used my mini silicon pan, these muffins are ready within 12 minutes.Sending to Amina's Guest Quest.


2cups Wheat flour
1tsp Baking powder
1tbsp Apple cider vinegar
1tsp Baking soda
3nos Bananas (mashed)
1/4cup Walnuts (chopped)
3/4cup Honey
1/2cup Oil
1/4cup Yogurt
1/4tsp Salt

Preheat the oven to 350F, meanwhile sift together the wheat flour with salt, baking powder and baking soda and  finally add the chopped walnuts (keep some nuts for the topping), keep aside.

In a large bowl, take the mashed bananas,honey,oil,yogurt,apple cider vingar and mix everything well.Fold the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients gently..

Pour enough batter to the already prepared muffin pan or a silicon muffin pan.Springle few chopped walnuts on the top.

Bake to 12-15minutes until a skewer inserted comes out clean.

50 comments:

  1. Yummy.. Looks perfect. Sugarless is another great feature. Bookmarking this one Priya.

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  2. Looks gorgeous and perfectly baked,yummy

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  3. Muffins look super soft, another egg substitute that I shud try..

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  4. This is indeed yummy Priya..:) Loved the eggless version of these muffins..
    Reva

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  5. with wheat flour is always appealing..looks yumm

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  6. nice muffin recipe with honey. Quite different banana muffins

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  7. Healthy muffins recipe..I love banana and walnut combo.

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  8. even i've started using wheat flour for most of my home baking....unless i'm making for a party or something...

    muffins look gr8...i really like banana flavored cakes, muffins etc...

    Thanks a lot for stopping by my space and saying such beautiful words for my Crib Cake :-)

    Regards,
    Manju
    http://manjuseatingdelights.blogspot.com

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  9. Wow Priya these are fabulous.

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  10. perfectly baked yummy n lovely muffind=s....

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  11. thanks a lot for sharing this...bookmarked

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  12. Wow, a very healthy way to serve Muffins. Perfect bake Priya :)

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  13. Eggless muffins looks delicious Priya.

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  14. The mufins look perfect, Priya.

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  15. Loved your eggless version,perfectly made,looks so tempting and sounds delicious....

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  16. perfect recipe for calorie counters.

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  17. loved this super healthy version of muffins..looks so soft and moist.bookmarked !

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  18. lovely and yummy ..just need cup of tea :)

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  19. Delicious and healthy, love it :)

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  20. Lovely eggless version Priya :) Using Honey is a great idea

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  21. Eggless, butterless, sugarless- cant believe it! It looks so perfect!

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  22. Perfectly baked,delicious ones..Priya,fabulous low calorie muffins!!

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  23. muffins look fantastic... do link it up to my event Guest Quest...

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  24. Looks so perfect and domeup well, yummy muffins...

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  25. These look super tempting & healthy, can eat them with no ounce of guilt. have to try them
    http://shwetainthekitchen.blogspot.com/

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  26. Muffin looks delicious, never tried this apple cider. Have to try...

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  27. ആശംസകള്‍....... ബ്ലോഗില്‍ പുതിയ പോസ്റ്റ്‌....... സ്നേഹമഴ ........ വായിക്കണേ................

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  28. This wheat flour version of muffins I already added to my bookmarks..Truly yummy and healthy Priya.

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  29. mmmmmmmmmmmmm, yum yum, this would go great for break fast

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  30. Never tried with honey so far, now isn't this uber-healthy? thanks, am going to make these right away.

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  31. thanks Priya for your comment on my space, and glad that i came to urs too. nice blog, and my! this roll looks divine!! happy to follow yoour blog.

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  32. Perfectly done Priya, looks awesome.

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  33. You had my undivided attention at sugar less!
    The muffins look great!

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  34. Perfect with masala chai.


    Mina
    http://www.givemesomespice.com

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  35. Sorry Priya, couldn't check on posts for couple of days. The muffins look awesome. Such a guilt-free treat, eggless, sugarless, butterless...what more does one want ...I guess there wouldn't be anything left to store. Beautifully done!!!

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  36. Very nutritious muffins. I love those cracked crusts and they look absolutely inviting...

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  37. How many muffins come out of this recipe??

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  38. @Anonymous, it got 18mini muffins.

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  39. hi can i use normal vinegar in place of cider ? thanks

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  40. Use white vinegar instead of cider, they works out prefect too.

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  41. hai priya..

    This is sujatha, i made banana walnut muffins using your sugarless butterless recipe.. iam actually trying out muffins for the first time and i over filled the muffin trays, so i baked the muffins for a little longer and so.. the edges were little crispy, my son loved the taste.. Thanks for the recipe.. its really GUILT FREE too.. Thanks..

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