BakingChocolate muffins recipe | no egg | no butter | vegan version

Chocolate muffins recipe | no egg | no butter | vegan version

I have bookmarked this recipe of chocolate muffins from Here a long time back. It is a very easy and simple recipe and I was waiting for an occasion to make this and yesterday i finally made this chocolate muffins for my daughter Varshaโ€™s birthday and the muffins turned out very soft and moist and the addition of Orange juice adds up an exotic flavor to the muffins.
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INGREDIENTS:( yields 16 muffins)

ALL PURPOSE FLOUR 1 AND 1/2 CUP
UNSWEETENED COCOA POWDER 1/3 CUP
BAKING SODA 1 TSP
SUGAR 1 CUP
OIL 1/2 CUP
ORANGE JUICE 1/2 CUP
COLD WATER|SOY MILK 1/2 CUP
VANILLA ESSENCE 2 TSP
LEMON JUICE | VINEGAR 2 TSP
CHOCO CHIPS 2 TBLSP(OPTIONAL)

MUFFINS

METHOD:

  • Sift the flour, cocoa powder and baking soda for even mixing.
  • Keep it in a wide bowl after sifting.

flour

  • In another bowl, add the oil, cold water, orange juice,vanilla essence, lemon juice and add the sugar and mix gently till the sugar dissolves.

wet ingredients

  • When done, slowly transfer the wet mixture to the sifted flour and mix gently without any lumps.
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  • If adding chocolate chips add at this stage.
  • Preheat the oven to 180 degree C and arrange the muffin tray with muffin liners.

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  • Spoon the batter and bake for 12- 15 minutes.
  • Mine got done in 12 minutes.
  • Check with a clean tooth pick by inserting it in the middle of the muffin whether it is done or not. If it comes out clean then take out and cool it in a wire rack and  if not just bake for a minute or two .

chocolate muffins
Note:

  • The original recipe if for a cake recipe so you can try a cake also.
  • Do not replace baking soda with baking powder, both are not same and the result will not be the same.
  • I used Hersheys cocoa powder

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42 COMMENTS

  1. Hai Jeyashri,the muffins look yummilicious.Do we need a beater for folding the ingredients together.I never get the cakes or muffins soft and fluffy.I am wondering if the plain flour am using from ntuc is the problem.i buy the ordinary plain flour pagoda brand.the cookies are turning out good though.Appreciate if you could point out the mistake.
    Thanks a bunch,nisha

  2. Hai Jeyashri,

    I tried both muffins and nutella brownies.Everything was to the point.It turned out very soft, fluffy and moist.However it tasted gooey or dough uncooked..but when I inserted the toothpick it came out clean.The baking time and everything was perfect.I was delighted to see how soft it turned out but disappointed as I have no clue what I am doing wrong here.More like a Malaysian sweet I have seen here with glutinous rice…Please don help me out.Appreciate your time and advice.
    Nisha

    • Yes everything was right though I am concerned abt the measurements.I used a cup that holds 200ml water for 1 cup flour.Perhaps that was the problem?
      Thanks a lot for the inputs.

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