Eggless Banana Strawberry Muffins (Cup cakes)

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Well, I’m so happy that my Christmas baking has rung the bell and while the raisins are still soaking, I’m up with super fluffy, soft, Banana Strawberry Muffins. These two fruits really work well together and we’re family crazy for this combination in any form. Also, being true Vegan, my bakings are all without any egg and I’m sure this eggless Banana Strawberry Muffins recipe will get you the same fluffy texture and the oozing strawberry heavenly taste. The resultant is a perfect afternoon cupcake with coffee which my son and better half relished a lot.

Though, you all know that I’m not a Food Blogger, but the taste and texture of these cup cakes/muffins prompted me to share a small post with my regular readers. You can use the same batter to bake cake as well.

Would you be interested in a fresh recipe of a bowl of salad or Guava Bars and salad or Watermelon smoothie?

Eggless Banana Strawberry Muffins Recipe :

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Ingredients for 12 regular sized Muffins :

1. White all purpose Flour : 21/2 cup
2. Grounded sugar : 3/4 cup
3. Baking Powder : 2 tea spoon
4.Vanilla essence / Pure Vanilla : 1 teaspoon
5. Ripe Banana : 2 small bananas, mashed and beaten properly
6. Strawberry : one cup, diced into 3-4 pieces
7. Melted Butter (Salty) : 1/2 cup
8. Milk : 1/2-3/4 cup
9. Milk powder : 3 small pouches
10. MilkMaid (optional) – 5 teaspoon
*Little Salt in case you use non salty butter

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Method to bake Strawberry Banana Muffins :

Preparation Time : 15-20minutes

Baking Time : 20 Minutes
1. Preheat the oven to 170-180 degrees C.
Line the muffin pan with paper liners or in case you are not using paper liners then directly line the cups with some oil /butter.
2. Prepare the dry mixture, by adding flour, baking powder, sugar, milk powder into a bowl. Mix them properly after sieving all these ingredients.
3. In other bowl, add mashed banana’s, melted butter (cooled to room temperature), vanilla and milk to it. Beat it properly till a fluffy mixture is formed.
4. Now add the strawberries in the dry mixture. Ensure that they are well coated with the dry flour (so that they do not sink at the bottom).
5. Add the wet ingredients in the dry one and stir little till both get mixed. Do not over stir the batter.
6. Pour the batter equally in 12 cups. Remember, don’t fill the cups till brim, since muffins will rise. Fill them a little more than half to allow the space to rise.
7. Put them into the oven/OTG and allow them to bake for 20 min.
8. They get baked in 20 minutes. Do check with the tester, if it comes down clean, pull the muffins out of the oven.
Allow them to cool for 5 minutes and relish them with coffee.

How did it go? Aren’t these Strawberry banana Muffin’s tempting for a Christmas party? What have you guys planned to bake for Christmas festivities?

Till then,

Happy baking!

 

33 thoughts on “Eggless Banana Strawberry Muffins (Cup cakes)

  1. My grandmother always topped her strawberry muffins with sugar for that sweet-crunchy top. I didn’t realize that wasn’t standard for many years, and after many disappointing (not sweet-crunchy topped) muffins. The best ones though were the ones she made with the strawberries we picked that morning, growing wild in the woods around their Cape Cod house. Oh the food memories… Now I must make your muffins! x

    1. Hey, my most of the motivation goes to you when I read your baking posts!! I never knew of this hidden crunchy top and must try it out next time:). Thank you so much Alison!

  2. This recipe looks delicious. Thanks so much for sharing. I did not know there was a type of vegetarian that left out eggs. Quite interesting. In our kitchen this year, we made strawberry jalapeno jam. I imagine it would taste great on these muffins.

  3. I imagine that it would be tricky being a vegan and not using egg for the recipe. But i do have to day it looks delicious. And you are right that strawberry and banana are a great combination.

  4. Looks look good. I think I have only made straw berry muffins a couple times. I don’t have the milk powder on hand but, will check out this recipe in the future.

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