Monday, June 4, 2012

1-eggless-blueberry-muffins
    I had blueberry muffins only twice. I am great fan of muffins. But not that often I bake muffins at home.  Every time I see blueberries at Fairprice, my hands reach it, but never bought it, thinking what I could do. This time decided to try muffins with it. Just made it with the basic Vanilla cake recipe and the result was soft muffins! Aj had it and liked it. He even took few to his last day of his term - party.
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Eggless blueberry muffins recipe

Continental Breakfast
Prep Time: 15 mins    |  Cook time: 20 mins    Makes: 10 muffins

Ingredients


All purpose flour/ maida  1 & 1/2 cup minus 3 tblsp 
Blueberries  1 cup 
Corn flour  3 tbslp 
Plain yogurt/ curd  1 cup 
Oil  1/2 cup 
Sugar  3/4 cup 
Baking powder  1 tsp 
Baking soda  1/2 tsp 
Vanilla essence  1 tsp 

 

Method

  1. Pre heat oven to 180 o C. Sieve maida with corn flour twice to ensure even mixing. Mix curd and sugar in a bowl well. Add the baking powder and baking soda and let it rest for 2 – 3 minutes.1-muffin
  2. You can see the mixture now to be slightly frothy. Now mix oil and vanilla well to it. Add the flour one tablespoon at a time and mix well.2-muffins
  3. Wash the blueberries, pat dry it using kitchen towel/ tissue. Dust it with 1 or 2 tsp of flour(maida) and add it to the mixed batter and mix evenly.3-muffins
  4. Line the muffin tray with liners and spoon 3/4th of the liner with the batter. Bake for  18-20 minutes or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean.4-muffins

Cool over a wire rack. Yummy muffins with a slight hint of tangy blue berries here and there are ready to enjoy!

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75 comments:

  1. Perfect muffins... Best Tea time snacker...

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  2. Superb muffins can finish it in no time.

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  3. Delicious muffins, love the blueberry flavor in muffins.

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  4. Delicious muffins. i tried only the basic vanilla muffins long time back. will try adding blueberries :)

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  5. I love muffins, and if it is with blueberry then double love it this looks so good.

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  6. I've heard so much about Blueberry muffins!!These look so cute,don't know when I'll be able to lay my hands on some fresh blueberry!!

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  7. soft n delicious muffins ...

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  8. wow...
    muffins look delectable raji :)

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  9. Wow, just wow, looks so lovely :-)
    PACHANTI

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  10. so soft and moist muffins. looks awesome

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  11. hey raks my favorite muffin :) looks great

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  12. nice eggless recipe..looks yumm

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  13. Looks so soft...can smell the flavour here. Looks very tempting to have a bite!

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  14. Luv the preSentation,..andnthose muffins look yum,

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  15. Looks yum. but this will be a no no for me.as blueberries are something we have not seen here:(

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  16. Perfect and tempting muffins.

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  17. Delicious blueberry muffins, the texture has turned out really well. Super moist n cute.

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  18. First time i saw blurberry muffins in blogs. So nice & looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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  19. blueberry muffins are my kids' fav, i usually bake with instant muffin mix :) this muffins looks so soft n delicious...will try it soon!!
    Spicy Treats

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  20. Hi Rajeswari,

    this muffins looks so soft...
    can smell the flavour here.
    Looks very tempting to have a bite!
    At your free time do visit my blog Raks
    http://www.southindiafoodrecipes.blogspot.in

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  21. they look super tempting.

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  22. Looks so soft n moist, muffins. Very colorful n yummy!!

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  23. yummy muffins raji...

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  24. Perfectly done....looks soft and moist....simply irresistible. Nice clicks too.

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  25. hmmmm my mouth is watering..........so yummy...will surely try this out as very less ingredients..

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  26. delectable muffin and nice clicks..

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  27. muffins are my favorite.. thanks for sharing the recipe

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  28. Love the bright pictures and the muffins too!!

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  29. What a color Raks!!!! I have tried them only once, they came out great!!!!

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  30. Those muffins looks damn pretty and fantastic.

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  31. lovely and delicious muffins..

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  32. So cute n delicious looking muffins.

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  33. Awesome looking muffins and great clicks..

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  34. Muffins look awesome and the photos look superb.

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  35. Awesome looking muffins...great pics as always

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  36. My fav bueberries..luv the muffins to the core.

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  37. Cute little muffins. Perfectly done !!

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  38. Looks yum ...love the pics

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  39. LOOKS SO YUM ..perfect ..Can I have one ?

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  40. Hi Raks,

    Thank you for your visit to my blog and

    thank you for your valuable comment on my post.

    I wish your regular support to me Raks:)

    Keep on...

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  41. Looks so soft and moist.. I love Blueberry Raks... I hv book marked for sure :-)

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  42. Raks, you've got spotless beautiful clicks that tempt me miserably. And being eggless I am sold instantly!

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  43. Wow..love the taste blue berries impart to muffins...looks soft, moist and yum....those are cure liners dear....

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  44. Oh My .. they have come beauty ! I started baking recently but the egg-less version has always disappointed me ... I;m gonna contact you soon :)

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  45. Lovely looking muffins Raji.. way too tempting.

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  46. Hi Raji,

    Nice recipes ..... can u pls tell me wat can substitute if i don get blueberry's

    Regards
    Geetha

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  47. Geetha, You can bake it plain, or use choco chips,tutti fruity too...comes out good

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  48. can v substitute blueberry with raisins .....

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  49. hey one query ? can i bake same in mw "convection" mode..? shd i follow d same timmings? n can i use blueberry jam insted of bb ,,as its nt easy to get it. pls help as i wanna try it soon. thnx in advanced...

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  50. Yes I too baked in a combination oven but in Convection mode.
    But blueberry jam in place of blueberry i am not sure, you can use choco chips or tutti fruity or even raisins.

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  51. hey rak's thx u so much 4 yr immediate reply n sharing dis delightful receipe as, i wanted 2 try out eggless bb receipe since long ..
    wuld lik 2 share wid u that insted of bb fruit i hv tried out bb muffin with bb jam.usuing yr receipe ..it was my own expriement wid it... wich was super successful. it was as gud as outside bakery product.. only, comromise had to do was d colour of muffin as it turnedout little brownish.. it was my 1st eva try in baking muffins.. as i hv developed hobby in eggless baking recently.. next wanna tryout yr chocolate muffins. last 2-3 mnths hv tried veriety of eggless cake n so far gt complete success...wana check 1 mor thing is do u use low rack while bakin muffins??

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  52. hey rak's thx u so much 4 yr immediate reply n sharing dis delightful receipe as, i wanted 2 try out eggless bb receipe since long ..
    wuld lik 2 share wid u that insted of bb fruit i hv tried out bb muffin with bb jam.usuing yr receipe ..it was my own expriement wid it... wich was super successful. it was as gud as outside bakery product.. only, comromise had to do was d colour of muffin as it turnedout little brownish.. it was my 1st eva try in baking muffins.. as i hv developed hobby in eggless baking recently.. next wanna tryout yr chocolate muffins. last 2-3 mnths hv tried veriety of eggless cake n so far gt complete success...wana check 1 mor thing is do u use low rack while bakin muffins??

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  53. Glad it turned out great and thanks for the feedback :)
    My oven has no racks, so i always keep the tray down.

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  54. osm lukin muffins n great muffin cases luks v. apetisin

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  55. Hi
    I tried this out and blogged about it here
    http://veenasvegnation.blogspot.in/2012/12/eggless-blueberry-muffins.html
    Thank you for the lovely recipe

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  56. hi dear rak, i have a query. I have an unusual question regarding muffins and cupcakes in general. I bake mine in microwave wid convection mode at 180 dec celcius. When the muffins are right out of the oven, the crust is crispy. But with time the tops of the muffins and cupcakes go soggy and sticky. I make sure to cool them completely and store in airtight container, but still the top goes soggy. Please help!

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    1. Usually that happens, like when its out from oven, it will be crispy but after a day, the top softens and shows up oily from the surface, but definitely not soggy. May be you can try cooling down and clicng wrap it. Are you keeping refrigerated?

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  57. Looks very tempting Raji.. I surely want to try this out for my parents who are pure vegetarians.. I have never baked without eggs .. Can u pls let me know the measurements in gms since am not too comfortable with cups though I have the measuring cups.

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  58. Lovely recipes. Thank you :)

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  59. Dear Rak, I have not seen fresh blueberries. I have seen canned ones. Can they be used in this recpie? If yes, how?

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  60. I have not seen fresh blueberries, except the canned ones. Can canned blueberries be used in this recipe? If yes, could you let me know how?

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    1. Just drain the blueberries and use as mentioned in the recipe.

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  61. Looks very tempting Raji.. I surely want to try this out for my parents who are pure vegetarians.. I have never baked without eggs .. Can u pls let me know the measurements in gms since am not too comfortable with cups though I have the measuring cups.

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  62. These are delicious!! We loved them.

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  63. I baked these muffins today morning using whole wheat flour.. It came out wonderful. My kids loved it.. Thanks for the recipe. :)

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  64. Hi..I have been finding recipes for blueberry n cranberry muffins. Looks like I have found one :)
    I have 2 question...Can I use the same recipe for making cranberries??? Also, I have dried cranberries n blueberries with me not the fresh ones. Will those do???

    Thanks,
    Tanisha

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    1. I think yes you can use dried cranberries and blueberries here.

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  65. Hi, these look amazing! Can I make these without cornflour and baking soda? I only have baking powder and regular flour.

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    1. I am afraid the texture wont turn out that good.

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  66. Amazing... Comes out super good. Just one query ... Can I use butter instead of oil???

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    1. you can use I think but texture may vary.

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