Friday, April 14, 2006

Eggless Carrot Raisin/Walnut Muffins

I got this receipe long time back from the back of whole wheat flour packet, but didnt get the time or ingredients together to make this one.Today being Tamil New year, I wanted to make something sweet, but my hubby said no to the usual Payasam as he is cutting down on sugar. So I decided to make the long pending carrot mufins..which I thought would be a treat for the New Year as well as the weekend. Afterall we should eat what we enjoy the most right !!!!

Happy Tamil New Year Everyone...Enjoy.
Here is the receipe

2 cups of shredded carrot
1 cup all purpose flour
1 cup whole wheat flour
1 cup brown sugar/white sugar
5tbl sp butter
1 cup milk
1 cup raisins
1 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp baking soda
1 tsp cinnomon

You can substitute whole wheat flour with white flour if you dont like the smell of whole wheat.. I just wanted to make it more nutritious.
You can also add an egg, and reduce the amount of milk to half.
You can also add walnuts instead of raisins or both.

Preheat the oven to 350F .
Sieve the flour, baking powder, soda and cinnomon two ot three times.
Beat buter and sugar together until frothy , t0 this add the dry ingredients and the milk alternatively in small batches , end with the dry ingredients. Mix slowly till no traces of flour is found. The mix should be thick.Now add the carrots and raisins and fold in the mixture two or three times. Spoon the mixture into mufin cups and bake for 20-25 mins. A tooth pick inserted at the center should come in clean.
Serve warm with a cup of Tea!!

Updated on 2nd November 2009
Here are some recent pictures of these muffins .This time I added walnuts instead of raisins.


Anonymous said...

Hi Sumi ... Yummy muffin ...Happy Tamil New Year!!

Vineela said...

Hey Sumi,
Puthandu Vazhthukkal to u and ur family.

Sumi said...

Thanks Anjali and vineela.
Wish u the same

Lakshmi said...

Hi Sumi, happy new year
nice recipe for muffins.

RP said...

Wow! Look yummy!
Have you seen the carrot cupcakes I made few weeks ago? Here is the link

Kitchenmate said...

Sumi: Puthandu nal vazhthugal to you and your family.

Anonymous said...

Dear Sumi,
Lovely carrot muffins, and a fabulous idea to make them on an auspicious occasion such as Tamil New year, especially since they are eggless. I too share your hubby’s preference for something unconventional on a festival day as opposed to the usual payasam or sweet pongal. I guess this is becoz I’m not much of a sweets person! The Chinese noodles with the sprouts tossed in also looks very appetizing.
Meenakshi at PRITYA

Anonymous said...

Hi Sumi
Nice way of celebrating Tamil New Year in western style muffins.
Chk out the eggless carrot cake, turns out to be yummy:

Anonymous said...

Hi Sumi,

I want to have a go at this recipe but wanted to know how many muffins you can make with these ingredients.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.


Sumi said...

Hi Leena, you can make about 10 - 12 medium sized muffins.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sumi,
This recipe is really good. I made it twice already. I used veggie oil instead of butter and the muffins came out great too! This is a keeper for me for sure! Thanks!

Kerry said...

Thanks for this! So delicious.

[ .: Hols :. ] said...

Just wanted to let you know I tried out your recipe - and it was great!

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