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Monday, September 12, 2011

Eggless Chocolate Muffins

Choco muffins were onto my todo list since long and when I saw these from Paritas guest blogged at Foodlyrics I was way too tempted to try this. These muffins are soft chocolately and yum.

Eggless Chocolate Muffins Recipe

Eggless Chocolate Muffins - Ingredients
Recipe Source : Food lyrics
Makes 10-12 muffins
  • Maida - 1 and 1/2 cups (200gms)
  • Granulated Sugar - 3/4 cup (165 gms)
  • Cocoa powder - 2 tbsp
  • Chocolate Sauce / Choco chips - 2 tbsp (optional)
  • Baking powder - 1 and 1/2 tsp
  • Baking soda - 1 tsp
  • Instant coffee powder - 1 tsp
  • Salt - a pinch
  • Oil - 1/3 cup (80 ml)
  • Milk - 1/2 cup (125 ml)
  • Vanilla essence- 2 tsp

Eggless Chocolate Muffins Recipe
Method:
  1. In a bowl mix maida, baking powder, baking soda, cocoa powder, coffee powder and salt. Mix well and sieve it once. Keep aside.
  2. In a seperate bowl mix sugar, milk and oil together and whip it until the sugar dissolves completely
  3. Now add in the flour, baking soda, baking powder, coco powder and coffee powder mixture already sieved with the oil milk mixture and mix well taking care to avoid lumps. Add in vanilla essence, choco sauce/choco chips and mix well until a creamy pouring consistency batter is formed.
  4. Preheat oven at 180 deg C for 10 mins. Meanwhile grease the muffin moulds and arrange the muffin liners. Spoon the batter and pour only till 3/4 th of the muffin cups and bake them for 15-20mins until a tooth pick inserted comes out clean.
Eggless Chocolate Muffins Recipe

My Notes :

  • Fill only till 3/4 th of the muffin liners as it raises well, it may overflow if you fill more than 3/4th.
  • The muffins are soft and chocolately perfect for all chocolate lovers.
  • You can add in a handful of chopped nuts or even choco chips for extra richness.
  • I baked these muffins in 2 batches and I got 10 large muffins.
Eggless Chocolate Muffins Recipe

Finally found my set of exact size of muffin liners for my muffin pans. Though they are not fancy and colorful I am contented atleast to get this :) This is again a no fail recipe and you can adjust and experiement with it but sure not the first time as I always say.

Eggless Chocolate Muffins Recipe
I have tried these muffins twice once with the orginal measurement and the next time by reducing oil and increasing milk and the only difference I found was the orginal method gives a moist fudgy effect while with the 2nd method the muffins were a bit dry and am sure any chocolate lover would get addicted to these muffins.
Eggless Chocolate Muffins Recipe

Written by: SHARMILEE J

63 comments:

  1. The muffins look stunning Sharmi! I could grab one! By the way, the recipe heading shows "Homemade Rice flour Recipe Ingredients" - guess its a typo..

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  2. @Shireen : Thanks for noting it down...was in a hurry to post..now updated it :)

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  3. Muffins looks very soft and chocolaty :).. nice presentation

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  4. Beautiful looking muffins. Irresistible :)

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  5. these muffins looks so good and tempting!

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  6. Soft, moist & chocolatey!!!! I wanna try this out today...Can we skip the milk & add curd or may be increase oil??
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  7. @Prathima Rao : I am not very sure with curd....but you can give a try and see...anyways its going to be chocolatey so no waste :)

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  8. Looks so cute,love the way u have tied ribbon over the muffins :) Awesome clicks!

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  9. beautiful pictures!i am sure it taste great too!

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  10. So pretty Sharmi. They looks so cute and moist.

    Vardhini
    Event: Herbs and Flowers - Garlic

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  11. oh wow...the egg less version looks fantastic..just like the normal version...love the arrangements and the wonderful clicks.

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  12. Maffin looks really awesome. U had done superb..

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  13. Sharmilee..not fair ...me and my huby are on a diet now and i saw these lovely cup cakes..they r so yummy..bookmarked the recipe.

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  14. wonderful cute muffins, lovely presentation.tempting me to try a muffin

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  15. I am so glad you liked it and these look very delicious and chocolaty! Thanks for mention!

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  16. wow perfect and cute luking muffins,beautiful presentation as always...

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  17. Super spongy and cute looking muffins,simply irresistible..

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  18. Wow.. looks super cute and tempting.. Yummy :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  19. Cute little muffins look decadent wrapped in those ribbons. Send some parcel please!

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  20. Yummy and tempting muffing..perfectly baked.

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  21. Adorable muffins, absolutely fell in love with all shots.

    San

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  22. so beautiful n cute choco muffins...lovely presentation...love it more than the recipe :)

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  23. These look so yummylicious......I want to grab some right now.

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  24. Cute muffins. My fav. Lovely shots Sharmi!

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  25. Looks super cute and asusual lovely pictures.. Love the way u tied the cuties with ribbons ....

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  26. yum yum muffins, look so cute n beautiful, send me some dear :)

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  27. delicious looking muffins looks wonderful

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  28. perfect muffins ..beautiful clicks too dear...

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  29. Hi Sharmilee
    Tried ur chocolate muffin came out very very very well i mean moist and soft and also chocolaty.....but when i was pouring the batter to muffin moulds it was not creamy pouring consistency batter so i had to forcibly remove by hand and put to the moulds and then had to arrange it..so i did not get the proper shape.....but it is really seductive to look:-) Thanks a lotttt dear:-) i also put chocolate icing in between as i had not put choco chips because of which it was not so sweet. But after putting chocolate icing it was YUM!!!!!

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  30. @Archana : Wow that was fast, thanks for trying and letting me know the feedback.The batter was a bit thick n creamy and was in pouring consistency thicker than our dosa batter consistency :)

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  31. very tempting chocolate muffins..

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  32. Eggless chocolate muffins looks perfect.

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  33. They are so yumm. beautifully clicked and the muffins looks very moist.

    cheers,
    Uma

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  34. You bet getting good muffin liners here is tough, yours look very pretty, the muffins look awesome! Will try these sometime. And lovely pics as always!

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  35. Muffins turned out great at first attempt

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  36. @Anonymous : Wow glad it turned out well and you liked it :)

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  37. hi got the first batch out and i feel they could be sweeter. can i substitute cocoa with drinking chocolate and how much should i use to retain the consistency? the texture and look were amazing.

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  38. @Renuka : for 1.5 cups of flour 3/4 cup of sugar will be apt...but if you still feel it sweeter then avoid adding choco chips / sauce....Hope this helps!

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  39. hey thanks a ton for the recipe..........it worked out well however the top went a bit on the crispier side and also while removin it from the mould couple of them broke......!!!!

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  40. Hi...tried ur cupcake recipe....came out very well...my daughters just loved it....Tk u and keep posting many new recipes....

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  41. trying it now, :) so excited :)

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  42. Thank for the quick response... muffins tasted great anyway.. cheers

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  43. Many thanksfor such a great recipe and good looking pics. I have been searching for a muffin recipe just like this...but do not know from where can i buy the butter paper. Is there any alternate to butter paper or can I bake muffins if I do nothave butter paper?

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  44. @Anon : You can use muffin liners...If you dont get them its ok just grease with butter and flour and pour the batter directly.

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  45. Hi Sharmi, I tried these muffins nd they turned out gr8, only thing I was worried was the batter it was not pouring consistency as u said. Can I add more milk to make it lil pouring consistency. I took all the cup measurements. Also in my oven the baking time was 25-30 min.

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  46. @Mona : Yes you can add a little more milk to bring it to pouring consistency....

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  47. Hi Sharmi ..tried the choco muffin a couple if times n they have come out amazing..my 10 yr old son too loves baking them ..also tried the date muffins ..they were also very yummy ...now for any eggless bake Sharmis Passion is the reference ...

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  48. sharmi tried this recp tday :) turned out beautifully :) after 2 failed attempts with recps from other blogs was so upset...this totally lifted my mood :) jus filled half the muffin cups nd it raised even above the liner :) wonderful recp :)

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  49. and mine dint sink in the middle :)

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  50. Tried this recipe today, it turned out amazing!!

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  51. Hi Sharmi, I tried these muffins and they turned out great... i want to learn how to make whiping cream for cake decorations...will u please post that one too...

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  52. Hi Sharmilee,
    I tried the receipe it was good :).
    Can i use brown sugar instead of white.Also wil it affect the taste.
    How much brown sugar should i add?

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    1. Yes you can use...not much of taste difference so go ahead

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