Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Chocolate,Banana & Walnut Muffins~Eggless!!


Ever since I discovered these,ripe-blackened bananas do a detour and go into these muffins rather than the waste bin:).I simply love the banana muffin and end up baking the same at least once in a fortnight.It is much loved by our friends too.They make a beeline and search for my cookie tin or my glass jar,where I usually stock my baked items.

Last few times I bought butter,the whole stuff went rancid.The first one was a local brand and I got it as nothing else was available,two days later I took it out and it smelled awful.It got transferred into a bottle of ghee,still smelt funny.The second batch too,though a branded one had the same fate..hmmm.So I haven't been baking much.,I got a new batch of butter which is great and I am back to my baking days..YAY!!!

The fruit box was beginning to smell and the ripe bananas were pleading to be used.That’s when I remembered Sunita’s post where she had blogged about Mini-choco-banana-walnut muffins.Her recipes are always a healthy alternatives to the butter-laden ones.I hopped on and was so happy that the recipe used oil instead of butter,honey instead of sugar and atta instead of maida.I was jumping in joy and instantly made the muffins.Used the silicone cupcake moulds that my co-sis bought for me last time from abroad.


I love it when the muffins start to puff up and form a dome.More so when eggless ones puff up.I got 9 regular sized muffins and they were gone in no time.Warm muffins with a dash of chocolate syrup and cold milk..a decadent breakfast..:)

29 comments :

  1. Awesome muffins Divya...love the dome top and they are so tempting.

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  2. Classic!Reminds me of chocolate fantasy we get in CCD :D

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  3. Nice moist cake...loved this eggless version also....

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  4. Yummm yummm yumm.. I am getting so tempted now. :) This is such a healthy one too. bookmarked. would be my next try :)

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  5. Talk about rancidity! I am always a victim no matter how hard I try to smell and figure that out! :)

    Your muffins look great! And I absolutely loved the silicone cupcake moulds!

    Your pics are improving by the day! :)

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  6. yesterday only I prepared banana bread and today I m seeing ur muffins..chocolate would hv gone well with banana n walnuts...right?

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  7. divs im gonna try this today..its luks yum..

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  8. Delicious muffins.. Check my world food treat blog for dubai palm jumeriah tour..

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  9. Divya... muffin luks gr8...nd banana's cry at my home to sometime....then i add it in bread :)...nd about butter i never faced such things nd wish il never do ;)...

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  10. Such a soft and moist muffins that to as eggless..looks fabulour!

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  11. Yummy looking muffins, Divya!

    When I read your posts and see your bakes I always feel we share the same taste in food.

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  12. WHOOAH!! !! TOOOO GOOD!!.. :)...

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  13. Muffins have come out perfect! moist and delicious

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  14. The muffins look great. I always dream of making banana bread, banana walnut cake but have still not got around making them!

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  15. I'm not a big fan of banana but that moist chocolate and walnut in here is pulling me in with a force that's not worth stopping! Good one!

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  16. Healthy version of muffins there..Addition of chocoltae is a bonus!!Uve been nominated for an award..Pls check out my blog

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  17. Love the last pict with choco syrup, that is sure tasty!

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  18. Cute muffins. But what I liked most was the picture of a cleaned plate wiped out of those yummy contents:-)

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  19. i rem seeing and 'liking' this on fb :)

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  20. Great Muffins...Hot muffins with choco syrup & a scoop of vanilla ice cream.. is heavenly!!

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  21. Tempting muffins.really good.Do visit my blog when u find time.

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  22. YUM!! and eggless too..though i havent really tried anything eggless...this one looks very tempting..

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  23. These look so good!! And are you having a butter shortage too? It's quite bad here in India!

    I love the silicone moulds!!!

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  24. Divya Collect a bunch of treat from my space :)

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  25. These do look very good. I like it even better that there are no eggs in the equation! :)

    Your not so zebra cupcakes look so pretty too.

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  26. Wow...very tempting muffins..nice work Divya:)

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  27. Hey Divya,

    This is my fist visit to your blog. Love the way you write and your pictures.

    Can't wait to make these.

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  28. The muffins look great! And eggless at that? I need to bookmark these for times I'm baking these for jain friends!

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  29. WOw the pics are great n colorful wt lovely moulds in use! Healthy muffins! Tks for showcasing them..wd bake these soon! :)

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