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Monday, January 21, 2013

Eggless Choco chip muffins
I had choco chip muffins once in Phuket and then now recently in Bali when we ordered for the continental breakfast. Otherwise not a big fan of it to buy it and eat in usual days. But after making choco chip cookies, I had some chocolate chips remaining. So wanted to make muffins out of it. And still I do have, will make hot chocolate and enjoy as well as empty the choco chips Happy.  Aj being allergic to cocoa, these muffins are only for me, me only Blushing. The recipe is adapted from Divya's vanilla sponge cake.
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Eggless choco chips muffin recipe

Continental Snacks
Prep Time: 10 mins    |  Cook time: 20 mins    Makes: 12

Ingredients

All purpose flour  1 & 1/2 cup minus 3 tblsp 
Corn flour  3 tblsp 
Chocolate chips  1/2 cup 
Sugar  3/4 cup 
Oil  1/2 cup 
Yoghurt/ curd  1 cup 
Baking powder  1 tsp 
Sodium bi carbonate  1/2 tsp 
Vanilla essence  1 tsp 

Method

  1. Pre heat oven at 180 deg. C. Sieve all purpose flour and corn flour twice to ensure even mixing. In a mixing bowl, mix well the curd and sugar to dissolve it. Add baking powder and baking soda (sodium bi carb) and mix well and set aside for 2 minutes.The mix will become slightly frothy with small bubbles. Now mix in vanilla and oil.1-choco-chip
  2. Then add 1 tblsp of the flour at a time until you finish all the flour to get the batter.
  3. Mix chocolate chip with 2 tsp of flour to coat it and add it to the batter, give a gentle mix with a spatula. Line a muffin tray with muffin liners and spoon the batter 3/4th in each muffin liner. Top with few more chocolate chips if you like.2-choco-chip 
  4. Bake for 18-20 minutes or until the tooth pick inserted comes out clean. Carefully take out from the muffin tray and cool down over a wire rack. 3-choco-chip
Notes
    • I used my hand whisk for mixing the batter.
    • Use only the spatula to just mix the choco chip gently in the batter. Do not over mix.
    • I used semi sweet choco chips, the muffins were a bit on sweeter side for me.

Enjoy the delicious classic chocolate chip Muffins! Tastes best the next day ;)

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76 comments:

  1. i still can't believe aj is allergic to cocoa. let me know if you need help finishing these :D

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  2. i still see lots of choc's expecting more recipes ! pictures are A class

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  3. Muffins looks cute and yummy, liked the click too.

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  4. Oh..I love this new template. so clean and love the filter coffee header! U Rock!
    muffins looks perfect! Nice eggless recipe!

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  5. ultimate beauty !! gorgeous looking muffins

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  6. allergic to cocoa? I can help you too.. Gorgeous muffin super shots.. Looks so yummy
    http://great-secret-of-life.blogspot.com

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  7. Feel like joining you Raji,just to finish these cuties..

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  8. Love cookies as well as muffins with choco chips..looks yumm..

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  9. hey looks like i have found the prefect recepie ... but can i skip curds and add milk ?

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  10. Love it,can have it with a glass of cold milk and be very happy about it:)

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  11. I can eat this anytime. Fantastic muffins and beautiful clicks.

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  12. Looks fab and yum ...I wish to have some now

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  13. I like muffins a lot and choclate chips in it yummy.....

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  14. Looks YUMMY!! I love muffins a lot too..

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  15. Your clicks are amazing ,love the chocolate muffins.

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  16. delicious and our fav muffins, thanks for this eggless version...like all your pics, fantastic !

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  17. Delicious muffins..fabulous clicks

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  18. Wowwwwwwww.. looks absolutely perfect and inviting.. awesome clicks too :)

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  19. Muffins look fabulous! Sorry to hear your son can't have them....

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  20. those muffins look yum! You sure added 1/2 tsp of oil only? That would be quite healthy one too :)

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    1. Nope actually typo :P Edited now! Thanks for asking.

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  21. wow... delicious looking muffins... bookmarked...

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  22. Me too not a big fan of choco but still pics are tempting.

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  23. Delicious and cute, perfectly baked muffins!

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  24. Perfectly baked, clicks make tempting.......

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  25. Have a craving for choco chip muffins!!! Nice muffins :)

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  26. Fabulous...
    http://recipe-excavator.blogspot.com

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  27. I love the clicks. I simply make choco chips pound cake to finish the stock. Here is the recipe. http://dipsdiner.com/dd/?p=287

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  28. muffins look delectable and love the clicks raji :)

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  29. they look simply yumm. will sure try it soon..

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  30. Yum! you need help to finish these?

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  31. Fabulous and gorgeous looking muffins.

    today's recipe:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/01/vadakari-snc-challenge-4.html

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  32. Lovely lovely looking muffins Raji.

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  33. wow cute luking muffins,clicks are too gud as usual:)

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  34. Wow drooling over them rite now! Yummy :)

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  35. How sad is that! These lovely looking muffins and Aj cannot have them :(
    I do not like choco chips so I will take solidarity with the poor chap! Nice muffins Raji.

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  36. Delicious - they look great!

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  37. Hi Raks,

    As usual you rock!

    I have one question to you( I always have this in my mind) .do you use vanilla essence or vanilla extract?

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  38. Hi Raks,

    As usual you rock!

    I have one question to you( I always have this in my mind) .do you use vanilla essence or vanilla extract?

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  39. hey rak's i have a silly doubt..

    Do you use yellow corn flour or white corn flour(corn starch) ?

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  40. perfectly made!!! so tempting and so delicious!!! bookmarking this raji!!!
    Sowmya
    Ongoing Event - Breakfast
    Ongoing Event - Tried and Tasted - Raks Kitchen

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  41. My favourite chip muffin they r wonderful right.

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  42. Allergic to cocoa..a lucky lady you are Raji.. enjoy your treat!

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  43. Oh my...gorgeous looking muffins, they looks truely tempting!!

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  44. Chocolate chip muffins look divine! The snaps are tempting me! Thanx for sharing the recipe!

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  45. I have been looking for an eggless muffin recipe! Thank you so much! And these look so moist and delicious!

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  46. beautiful muffins... to be tried soon... :)

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  47. hi...ur receipe is very interesting and easy for beginners ....i recently learnt to bake so i wd luv to try this muffins...i require some help...
    1...u used hand whisker is it fine with hand whisking or shd we try out hand mixer..

    2...i ve silicon heart shaped 6 moulds can i pour directly as i dont ve heart liners....or do i ry out in aluminium cups with liners

    3...silicon mould also has the same baing temp

    4...silly doubt...what is frosting in cakes as well as fondant


    thx a ton...pls reply to me ....

    Divya (dsdivya@yahoo.com)

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    1. You can use hand mixer, but do not over mix.
      You can directly pour in a silicon mould, no need to line it.
      same temperature as well.
      frosting is something creamy and fondant is something that will be smooth, stiffer and soft finish.I too am a beginner, so have less exposure to the baking terms :)

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  48. Lovely recipe and nice clicks...

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  49. Finish of the remaining choco chips for hot chocolate...Waiting for that interesting recipe too..

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  50. Madam,
    By reading your different posts i am also fall in luv with cooking(no doubt my son & wife are my test rats ). I would like to buy a OTG for learning baking
    can u suggest a size ( capacity)

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  51. Madam,
    After reading your different posts i am also fall in luv with cooking. I would like to buy a OTG for learning baking.Can u suggest a size( size)

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    1. Hi, not sure about the size, mine is 700W , any oven above 18 L will be okay for baking.

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  52. Hi, I am a regular follower of your posts. I have some clarification. Can you please tell me which kind of oven you have? Convection/grilled/just microwave mode alone? I see ur trays are non stick with metal coated. Can I use these in microwave mode? or if I should use in convection mode whats the temperature needed for baking as mentioned in your posts? Please kindly reply.
    FYI... I have Samsung 32 L Convection mode oven


    Thanks,
    VardhiniVenkat

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    1. I too have a combination oven, that has microwave mode, convection mode, grill mode and a combination mode. I never change that tray. So if yours also is a combination oven which has convection mode, follow the same temperature and method.

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  53. Dear Raks,planning do tis with eggs...how many eggs i shld add for this measurement?shld i skip any other ingredients if i add eggs?can i save it for 3 or 4 days?(planning to do it in bulk)

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  54. Which oil should be used here?

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  55. Thanks for the wonderful and simple recipe. Have received quite a few complements for the cupcakes I made using the same recipe!!

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  56. Raks... I have been following ur blog for a while now and I should say I am more than impressed with the variety of recipes u have posted... I baked 2 dozens of the eggless choc chip muffins... They were moist and perfect... My son was so proud to share them with his friends and kept saying that they were home made from scratch :) thanks again... u r amazing (btw I have confessed to my son that I steal recipes from ur website)

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  57. Tried this recipe today...came out really well...everybody loved it...thanks for such a simple hassle free recipe...looking forward to more eggless baking recipes...

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  58. Hi

    These muffins looks so delicious and perfect. I would like to try on this coming weekend. Can I use Maida instead of All Purpose flour ? Does it make any difference to this recipe? Kindly reply me ASAP

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  59. What is the exact measurement of All purpose flour since it's mentioned 'minus 3 tbsp'?..What does it mean exactly....Kindly guide me since I want to make proper muffins for my son's Birthday party at school:-)..Sorry to troubling you a lot!

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    1. Measure first 1 & 1/2 cups of flour, take out 3 tblsp of flour from it and add 3 tblsp corn flour to it. The idea is to replace with corn flour.

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  60. Thanks you sooooooo much for entertaining my quries......well, cupcakes turned out awsome and it has been finished within a seocnd:-)...Thanks you so much for simple and easy recipies. I tried Eggless chocalate cake as well..and it was totaly spongy and delicious. I'm big fan of yours and spreading the word:-)....I'm your follower already!

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