Today I am very happy. Well, everyday is a happy day but today is even more special because I won the Fortune Cooking Contest.
This is so unexpected because there were so many amazing entries to the contest. I am thankful to the the hosts Shriya and Nithu for conducting this event and giving us all a chance to share our culinary adventures. The winners were chosen purely by random through randomizer.org. Celebrating any joyful event needs something sweet. So I made mini bite size banana muffins. It’s quick, soft, delicious and I had some friend’s kids at home and they just loved to pop them in their mouth because the muffins where so small.
Recipe: (Makes about 15)
1/2 cup whole wheat flour
1/2 cup all purpose flour
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
1/6 cup (35 g) sugar
3/8 cup water + another 1/2 cup water
1/8 cup ghee, butter or oil
1/2 cup pureed ripe bananas
Handful of kishmish
Muffin batter ready to be baked
Preheat oven to 400F (200C). Butter or use non-stick cooking spray onto the muffin tin. Mix dry ingredients together. Mix water, ghee and pour over dry ingredients. Beat until mixture is mixed, about 15 – 20 strokes. Pour into muffin tins until half way only, because once baked, the muffins rise. Reduce the heat to 375F and bake for about 20 minutes or until golden brown. The aroma just fills the air.
Muffins baked fresh out of oven
Serve it with a cup of hot tea or eat as is. It’s bite size and fills your mouth with flavors and the juice from the kishmish makes it even more interesting every now & then.
Bite size banana muffins served with a cup of hot tea
TIP: You can add kishmish or any other dry fruits into the batter. I used kishmish and it turned out great.
NOTE: I used mini muffin cups hence the name of the recipe. If you use the normal size muffin cups, it will not yield 15 muffins. So you will have to double the measurements of the ingredients.
Congrats on the win Priya.
The banana muffins are awesome. I’m compiling a list of eggless recipes. You can leave the information here and I’ll update the list.
congrats dear….lovely recipe….
Hey when you say 1/2 ripe bananas – do you mean 1/2 a ripe banana? was wondering if it was supposed to be 1/2 cup?
Congrts on the win..
I love muffins..will try this minus the raisins…
Congratulations on the prize…Muffins look good
congrats uma!muffin looks so yummy!!got to try this!
Thanks to each one of you for stopping by and writing your wonderful comments. Arundathi, thanks so much for pointing out the silly mistake. I have made the correction. Shri, my name is Priya, you have congrtulated Uma 🙂 but yes Uma won the first place, her bell pepper rings rock.
Hey, Congratulations on your award!!! those muffins look great!!!
ur site came as a suggestion in google reader and boy am i glad i chanced upon it.. all the recipes look lovely..
can i make these in the mw?
wow…this muffin looks awesome! keep giving us more of this kind…
yummy muffins and congrats on your win
Such delicious muffins, Priya. A good recipe for summer too, when one usually always has an overripe banana or two on hand.
Very nice and easy recipe…looks so yummy
CONGRATS…..so luck is ur way! 🙂
super photos as always! 🙂
can we cook this in microwave?? pls let me know.
Hi to everyone & thanks a lot for everyone’s sweet comments. Nags, Ani, I am sorry I am not aware whether this recipe could be made using a microwave. If I come across a way, I will surely post the reply. Hope everyone is doing well.
This looks good! Thanks for the recipe:)
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Thanks for this recipe. I took this recipe from Indiankhanna.blogspot.com and found that its your recipe originally. I wanted to give you a credit for this wonderful recipe which was simple, tasty, eggless, less time consuming and awesome as well.
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Sapthanaa, Thanks so much for taking out time to add a comment. That was very nice and I am glad it turned out well.
I will surely check out your blog.
Arundathi,half a cup is 125ml,so you puree the banana and measure
Can I use whole meal flour instead of whole wheat flourC
Carmen I don’t see why not, give it a try
these look great!~ can i use almond flour only to make these low carb thanks
Kate, That sounds like a great idea, go ahead and try, I’m pretty sure it will be great