May 212012

When I start to lose weight, the first place that gets thin is my face. An already elongated face, it gets even longer. Once my brother visited me after a long time and on a phone conversation with my mom this is how he described how I looked, “She has lost weight except that her face looks like someone gave her two tight slaps sandwiching both her cheeks together.” I would be super happy if I can pick and choose where the weight loss is to be seen, I know that can happen only in my dream. With my weight loss goals apart, I baked these cute eggless muffins and they were the best muffins I’ve tasted in my life. No kidding, you’ll just stop using eggs in your muffins once you try this recipe. Taken from Anushruti’s blog, I followed her recipe to the T and the result was mind blowing. I’ve been waiting for a long time to collect the required ingredients and by the time I got all the basic ingredients for the muffins my pint of blueberries reduced to 1/8th cup. I couldn’t wait any longer to get the blueberries so I added 3/4th cup of chocolate chips. With bites of blueberries and chocolate mixed together, this muffin tasted heaven and made me float in some fantasy world where I can afford to eat and be as I please. Zooming in to reality after the muffin got over, I did go for my usual workout to not make “my muffin tops” any bigger. My kiddos were so happy and divided the muffins in to equal shares among them just so they don’t fight over it on the breakfast table. This recipe is a must try recipe for all muffin lovers.

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Blueberries — 1/8 cup (if you are planning to make blueberry muffins then use 1 cup of blueberries)

Semi-sweet Chocolate chips — 3/4 cup (Omit this if you are making blueberry muffins)

All purpose flour — 1 1/2 cups + 2 tsp (for coating the blueberries and chocolate chips)

Baking powder — 1 tsp

Baking soda — 1 tsp

Dry Milk Powder — 3/4 cup

Fine Sugar — 3/4 cup (Use 1/2 cup if you like a less sweeter muffins)

Milk — 250mL

Vanilla Extract — 1 tsp

Unsalted Butter — 1/2 cup (melted)



1. Keep your muffin moulds ready with muffin liners, alternatively, grease or dust the muffin pan with flour if you are not planning to use the liners. Wash and pat dry the blueberries with a paper towel. Combine the blueberries and chocolate chips in a bowl. Add 2 tsp of flour and toss to coat them. This helps the blueberries and chocolate chip from sinking to the bottom of the cupcakes.

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2. Preheat oven to 350F. In another bowl, combine flour, baking powder, baking soda. Sieve them to make sure there are no lumps. Add the milk powder, sugar with the flour mixture and mix well with a whisk.

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3. Melt the butter in a cup in a microwave. Add the melted butter, vanilla extract, milk and mix gently. Do not over mix, the less you mix the fluffier the muffins.

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4. Gently fold in the blueberries, chocolate mix with one mix to make sure that they are evenly distributed throughout the batter. Use an icecream scooper or a spoon and fill the prepared muffin moulds with the batter. Bake for about 25 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean.

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You can leave out blueberries and substitute with dry fruits or any other fruits you prefer on muffins or just bake them plain, they are just so good!!!

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My Day6, BM#16 recipe under “Show your breakfast”. To Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#16 click here. Also sending this entry to Radhika’s ‘I Love Baking’ event to spread my love for baking and ‘Let’s cook with fruits’ .

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  16 Responses to “Chocolate Blueberry Breakfast Muffins (Eggless)”

  1. Muffins look super delicious

  2. Super spongy and addictive muffins,wish to kick start my day with it.

  3. oooooooooooh Jayanti i m loving the way the choco chip is!!…these look wonderful..I have to bake a cake so i guess i will use blue berries for flavor..grt idea from u r muffins:)))
    and u r one lucky person..know wat?..the first glance is always on the face..n if u r face is thin u look thin!!..but even though u r body mt b appropriate n a big face..well u look healthy!..not using the dirty word..FAT!!..ehehe….

  4. chocolate & blueberries can never be abad thing – looks so moist & fluffy..this is one eggless recipe I will try!

  5. wow, muffins looks so soft and moist. nice recipe.

  6. Sushma, Priya, Kannan : Thanks for your kind words.

    Vaishali: Let me know how the cake turned out.

    Mireille: Thanks for your kind words and let me know how it turned out.

  7. Delicious muffins, looks yummy and great clicks.

  8. the muffins look gorgeous,feel like grabbing….tempting clicks.

  9. wonderful presentation-looks divine

  10. Looks awesome! and anu’s recipe always works out great

  11. they look scrumptious and yumm!
    Kids will love them!

  12. looks so fluffy and love the yellow color on top!

  13. looks delicious and healthy 🙂

  14. how much butter?

  15. how much butter is not mentioned in the recipe,please let me know,thanks.looks fantastic

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