• Date Chai Muffins

    July 12, 2016mayurisjikoni

    Date and Chai Muffins#BreadBakers Theme: Natural Sweeteners Recipe: Date Chai Muffins Date Chai Muffins are soft, delicious, fruity muffins without any refined sugar or artificial sweeteners. Instead, I’ve used dates, figs, raisins and apricots to add the required sweetness to these wholewheat muffins. Healthy and nutritious, Date Chai Muffins make a good breakfast or tea time treat for both kids and adults. To add some flavour I add my home made Tea Spice Mixture or Chai Masala. Ideal for diabetics in moderation as the sweetness is natural. What are Natural Sweeteners? Actually, it is amazing how many natural sweeteners are available. As a matter of fact, honey and maple syrup are the fore runners. Then add sweet fruits, dried without added sugar like dates, raisins,…

     
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  • Eggless Banana Walnut Bread

    November 20, 2012mayurisjikoni

    Recipe: Eggless Banana Walnut Bread Eggless Banana Walnut Bread is so easy to make and an excellent way to use up over ripe bananas. Besides that, the eggless version turns out super soft just like the one with eggs. I bake banana bread often as I can make it slightly different every time. Changes the nuts, add other dry fruits like raisins, cranberries, blueberries. Skip chocolate chips or add more. Add some cocoa powder to the batter.   A Bit About Eggless Banana Walnut Bread An easy peasy recipe, it is all about mixing the wet and dry ingredients and baking it. Sometimes I use plain flour but mostly prefer using wheat flour. Did you know that mashed banana especially the ripe ones are a…

     
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  • Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

    July 26, 2012mayurisjikoni

    Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins – eggfree Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins are eggfree, easy to make, soft, moist and fluffy. Filled with mashed banana, walnuts and chocolate chips, these muffins can be enjoyed as sweet breakfast or as a tea time treat. How about enjoying them as dessert with a scoop of ice cream? Best part is that these muffins are made using wholewheat flour and oil. First published on 26/07/2012, updated on 13/11/2021 Use Up The Over Ripe Banana And best part, an excellent way to use up over ripe banana. You need only one to make 9 medium size muffins. The more ripe the banana, the less sugar you will need. Hubby being diabetic, liked these muffins as they are not too sweet. Feel…

     
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  • Eggless Chocolate Cake

    June 21, 2012mayurisjikoni

    Eggless Chocolate Cake This eggless chocolate is my no fail cake recipe and I’ve been baking it for a very long time. I mostly get requests to bake an eggless cake for parties, for religious gatherings and for tea time. Whenever we have guests coming home for tea of dinner, I get requests to bake an eggless cake. I’ve tried the condensed milk one, even ones with flax egg but I prefer to make this recipe with yogurt. The yogurt makes the cake crumb soft and melt in the mouth kind. People cannot believe that this cake is without eggs. A Century – my 100th Recipe Cannot believe that I’ve actually posted 99 recipes. Wow! Most of my family members thought that I would give…

     
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  • Egg Free Carrot Muffins

    May 14, 2012mayurisjikoni

    EGG FREE CARROT MUFFINS Egg free Carrot Muffins are so easy to make, soft and delicious with orange flavour. Addition of plain yogurt makes the muffins soft and spongy. No one will believe that these muffins are made without any eggs. Adding fresh orange juice and zest makes them even more tastier. This recipe is pretty versatile where you can replace the flour, fat, flavour, liquid, spice and the raisins to make it into what your family loves. And these muffins are not overtly sweet. Adding the frosting is totally optional. Memories Happy Birthday my dear friend Daxa. I always try and bake a cake, cupcakes or muffins for my bestie’s birthday. She is not much into baking so my baked goodies are always make…

     
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  • Eggless Mango Coconut Muffins

    January 3, 2012mayurisjikoni

    Eggless Mango Coconut Muffins Have you ever tried baking cakes or muffins with fresh mango? You can use ripe mango puree, chopped mangoes or both. For this recipe I use both as you want a burst of mango flavour with each bite.   What is a Mango? Mango is a juicy stone fruit (drupe). Yes, though we all say mango seed, its actually called a stone. Undoubtedly India is the world’s biggest supplier of mangoes. Having said that, a visit to Carrefour in Dubai (my first visit to UAE), I was totally baffled at the variety of fruits that were sold. When we came to the mango side, you name the variety and it was there. Sitting pretty at the far end were apple mangoes…

     
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