Saturday, April 6, 2013

Eggless Marble Muffins

After few snacks and few main course dishes for this week's blogging marathon, from today onwards i'll be posting some of the kids friendly sweet bakes.Cakes,muffins and cupcakes have their most important place in my menu card if am organising anything for kid's special party. I know how kids loves cupcakes,muffins or cakes, i have seen many times some kids go back to their home after a bitthday party just having simply some muffins and juices instead of foods.

 Last weekend, my lil one bugged me to bake some muffins with chocolate, without any second thought i prepared immediately this catchy marble eggless muffins with peanut butter, leftover over ripen bananas and chocolate. This muffins tastes absolutely fabulous and turned super spongy, obviously they vanished within few minutes.If you planning a birthday party for your kiddo, dont hesitate a second to make this eggless marble muffins friends.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#27.



2+1/2cups All purpose flour
1/4cup Butter
1/2 cup Sugar
1/2cup Creamy Peanut butter
1cup Banana Puree
1tsp Baking powder
1/2tsp Baking soda
2tbsp Cacoa powder
1cup Yogurt
1/4tsp Salt

Preheat the oven to 350F.

Line the muffin pans with paper moulds.

Beat together the butter,sugar, peanut butter together until they turn smooth.

Now add the yogurt,banana puree and beat for few minutes.

Sieve the flours with salt, baking soda and baking powder together and add gradually to the already prepared wet ingredients.

Mix everything well with a spatula,dont overmix the batter.

Divide the batter in two bowls, add the cacoa powder to a bowl and mix gently

Spoon the peanut-banana muffin batter to the paper moulds, top it with the cocao muffin batter.

Take care to fill half of the paper liners,dont touch the batter or swirl it

Bake for 20-25minutes or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean.

Let them cool completely and enjoy.

43 comments:

  1. Wow eggless and marbled I have to try this.

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  2. so cute luking muffins..loved d double colour...Beautiful clik priya di...
    Maha

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  3. muffin looks perfect and yumm..good snack for kids

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  4. Priya,
    These muffins looks super cute. I dont bake much, but i am going to try this. Will let u know how it turns out. How many muffins do we get with this batter?
    Thanks
    Madhavi

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  5. The marble texture looks very good, inspite of being in bed and not feel like eating, this surely seems to be welcome.

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  6. Ka i would like to have one nw.....

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  7. wow awesome muffin. I have been thinking of making this for a very long time. you have it beautifully priya. YOu rock as usual.

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  8. Your muffins looks wonderful! Adults would enjoy these as much as the kids!

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  9. I love muffins with banana...looks so spongy...
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  10. Muffins look tempting Priya.

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  11. Lovely and delicious muffins.. looks awesome !!

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  14. yummy marbled muffins aks :) they are tempting me :)

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  15. wow,looks so perfect priya,love the presentation,love to much them.

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  16. Madhavi, you can make almost 12 big muffins and 18 medium sized muffins. Hope this helps.

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  17. Wow those muffins look so good Priya..kids would love it..

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  18. Lovely blend of colours.. Loved the two fold muffin :)

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  19. Kids will definitely love this...so attractive...

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  20. these look so amazing... bookmarked!!!!

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  21. Wow these are awesome looking muffins. I have not succeeded in making marble cakes or muffins. Will definitely try it your way and let u know the results.

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  22. wow super looking muffins aks... am in for the kid's special party for this yummy muffins...;)

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  23. Kids will definitely love the colorful muffins, Priya.

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  24. Delicious looking marble muffins,so colorful and tempting....

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  25. The muffins look awesome! Love the marbled look :)

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  26. delicious muffins, love this healthy version sis...

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  27. Please pass a plateful for me..

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  28. A versatile muffin recipe.Would love to try this..This peanut butter and the combo following looks exotic..

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  29. beautifully made, want to bite in now

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  30. Those little muffins look too good. Delicious.

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  31. That's so cute and innovative! I love the cute mushroom like design tops! Will try sometime for sure...

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  32. very delicious and very innovative!!! bookmarking it!
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  33. They look like such cute mushrooms :)

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  34. Love the very it turned out, definitely kids will love it.

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