Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Eggless Chocolate Muffins

I know i went missing here for a month. I needed the break from this webworld, now i can say proudly that iam not addicted to blog or FB or WEB in total :) apart from funny thoughts flooded, i gave treat to my Depression, by making these Eggless Chocolate Muffins. This is Superb eggless recipe, suggested by Sharmilee. Its Easy, you will know when you prepare it.

Eggless chocolate cupcakes

Recipe Copied from my Eggless Moist Chocolate Cake. its a Fool Proof Recipe I tell You.
Baking Time : 25-30 mins, Yields 18 muffins.

How to Prepare Eggless Chocolate Muffins?

Wet Ingredients:

Cold Water - 1 and half cup
White Vinegar - 1 and half tbsp's
Brown Sugar (or) Sugar - 1 cup
Olive Oil (or) Canola Oil - 6 tbsp's

 Mix the above Wet ingredients in a bowl together. Let the Sugar Dissolve well.

Dry Ingredients:

All Purpose Flour / Maida - 1 and half cup
Cocoa Powder - 1/4 cup
Baking Soda - 1/2 tsp
Salt - a small pinch

Sift the flour and cocoa powder along with the salt and baking soda for atleast 3 times,

So that no lumps of cocoa powder / all purpose flour are there and also the baking soda is mixed well with the flour.

Mix the Dry Ingredients along with the wet ingredients and stir slowly. make sure no lumps are formed in the mix.

Pre-Heat the Oven to 180c and line the Muffin tray with Muffin Liners.

Pour the mix on to the Muffin tray and bake it for 25 mins exactly. Check whether muffins are baked, by insering a toothpick in the centre of a muffins, it should come out clean, else bake for another 5 mins.

Remove the Muffins from the tray and cool them on wire wrack. Let them cool down for 10 minutes.

 Put the Muffins in Refrigerator for about 2 hrs and serve chilled.

Eggless chocolate muffins

To make Icing:

Mix the Icing sugar (5 tbsp's) with warm water (1 tbsp) and beat well. spread the icing over the muffins and serve.

Notes:

Lemon Juice can be used instead of White Vinegar.

Brown sugar works perfect than Plain Sugar.

I feel cooling the muffins makes it taste better.

Well, now iam heading to my fridge to pick one muffin:)

27 comments:

  1. Wowwwwwwww... This looks so soft and tempting.. Awesome job dear.. Thanks for the recipe :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  2. That was Quickkkkkkkk Pat.....Thanks Hari Chandana!

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  3. Yummy,looks so cute too :) I too wanting to try out some simple eggless muffin,searching for some banana muffin :)

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  4. Neatly baked muffins to its perfection...Luv the way it has fluffed out...supera iruku lavi and now I am craving for choc muffins now :)

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  5. Super spongy muffins looks stunning..yumm!

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  6. Superba irukku Lavi. Love the the muffins looking fluffy. book marked.

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  7. awesome and spongy muffins to have with evening tea.

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  8. That batch looks yum and inviting

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  9. So soft and tempting,Love the way it has fluffed out.

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  10. Was wondering where have you gone? Good to know that you are not addicted to web :) Even I feel the same at times and like to be off from my system often. Hope you are all charged up now, take care.

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  11. These looks too cute, tempting & perfect!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  12. Super yummmm muffins...

    http://vegetarianmedley.blogspot.com/

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  13. hey lavi.. i jus mailed u asking for recipes but i see everythign is there in this blog of yours.. sorry to miss on that !@ but pls let me know one thing whether all these recipes are meant for OTG i mean teh temp and time cited in these baking recipes ... thatll clear out all the clouds! thanks

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  14. Hi,

    I need some help here.
    Can you tell me baking soda is available in shops in India. I see that they only have baking powder.
    Thanks,
    SD

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  15. I tried out this recipe, but my muffins turned out flat and dented. Also, is it possible to make this in a microwave?

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  16. Hi,
    I tried this recipe and it really came out very well. It is really fool-proof. The only change I did - I kept the 1st batch in the convection mode of the microwave for 15 min (it looked exactly like the photo you have posted) and the 2nd batch in the OTG for 20 min (it came out a little more crispier than the first batch, but still very good). I guess the wattage of these gadgets also need to be taken into consideration.
    Regards
    Gayatri

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  17. Hi. i tried the recipe. It worked. Came out Real well. Thanks a lot....
    :-)

    Regards,
    Sandhya

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  18. How to make it in microwave ??? in convection mode and on what temperature

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  19. It turned out to be a watery batter.. still baked them and the muffins came out pretty decent but the top had a hard crust..It was at bake mode as well..

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  20. Ive tried this! Doesnt work for me.

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  21. Ive tried this! Doesnt work for me.

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  22. Sorry but IN INDIA, where do you get muffin molds

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  23. can i use my silicone molds in otg.?

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  25. Can olive oil br substituted with cooking oil?

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