Monday, April 20, 2015

Eggless Banana Walnut Muffin

BM # 51
Week : 4 ,Day :1
Theme : Baking
Theme of the week:  Brownies and Muffins

We begin with week 4 and this week I shall be posting Muffins and Brownies. The first three days it's muffins.

For today I have chosen Banana walnut muffins. I do not eat bananas, so I hardly use them in my baking, they definitely lend a prominent flavor to the bakes. Of course it is a very good egg substitute. I made these muffins when my granddaughters came from Japan. They loved them and my daughter was happy that the little one year old was asking for more. She was happy to feed her with these as they would provide her with sufficient energy. Well even I had one of those, but with that chocolate sauce. What do you do to your love for chocolate?



Banana Walnut Muffin 
1/2 cup whole wheat flour
1/2 cup oats
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
1 cup butter
1 cup sugar
2 bananas, chopped
1/2 tsp vanilla essence
1/2 cup finely chopped walnuts
3 tbsp milk
2 tbsp oil / butter for greasing

Sieve flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt. Keep aside.
Place the butter in a bowl and beat till soft and creamy.
Add sugar and mix well.
Add the bananas to it and mix well.
Add the vanilla essence, walnuts, milk ,oats and the prepared sieved flours to it and mix lightly till the mixture is smooth and no lumps are remaining.
Pour into greased muffin moulds.
Bake at 180 deg c for 15-20 mins.






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20 comments:

  1. Banana and walnut in muffins, definitely my kind of muffins and that chocolate sauce looks gorgeous..

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  2. I also don't eat bananas and my first 3 days of week 4 are also muffins. Though I do not eat bananas I am liking the flavor of it in bakes. Banana walnut muffins look delicious and how can one resist it with chocolate sauce

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  3. The chocolate sauce looks sinful as a topping. Banana - walnut a classic combo.

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  4. Wow that sauce oozing out looks awesome... So tempting

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  5. Banana and walnuts is the classic combo when using up bananas in muffins. Chocolate sauce is a novel addition.

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  6. very nice combination again Vaishali...i dont remember eating this in a longest time, the pictures also look nice with chocolate sauce- almost dreamy

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  7. OMG!!!I am drooling over the pictures..banana muffins with the chocolate sauce looks amazing.

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  8. Bananas and walnuts pair up very well!! And love these golden crust on the top of muffins!!

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  9. Classic banana walnut make a perfect combo - this was my first ever post on my blog :) love that cute jug wit chocolate sauce

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  10. Ah I am going to love this theme as well..so nice that your lil one loved these muffins..must have tasted so great!

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  11. Yummy yummy, chocolate syrup doused banana muffins -- it's calling my whole family.. Lovely recipe and drool worthy clicks.

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  12. Honestly I love banana muffins than berry versions. Banana - Walnut is such classic combo and you can't go wrong there. Wheat & Oats make it healthier.

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  13. My husband likes banana but hates in bakes. Looks like he is not the only one :-)). At least you had it paired with chocolate sauce, I dont think I can convince him to have it with anything!!

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  14. I love banana muffins and your looks so irresistible. Love that snap of the sauce...

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  15. So the chocolate tempted you to taste the muffin!! So nice! And this is such a healthy and delicious combo of ingredients....

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  16. Banana and walnut is such a classic combination. Love the sauce and your clicks are so cute!

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  17. Feel like grabbing it from the pics vaishali!! looks yum!

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  18. The pics are so very beautiful. I do agree bananas overpower the bakes but this one will be great for my nephew when he comes down.

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