Saturday, April 23, 2011

Eggless Vanilla Tutti Frutti Muffins - Day 5, Blogging Marathon #4

Its actually mid-night, nearing 12!!! i m sitting before my laptop, hearing the snores of my kid and hubby!!!! Weekend Dear, so had a bit of shopping/outing, reached home just now. Today's recipe is from Nithya's Fourth Sense Cooking Eggless Vanilla Tutti Frutti Muffins. Muffins were awesome, though the top turned a bit crispy, due to my over-enthu, over-baking!!!! 
Nithya has sprinkled some tutti's on the top too, i havent done that, coz my Kid, never likes anything propping out of his cake except for Nuts/Choco-chips. so, i have hidden them inside the muffins.
Ingredients
3/4 Cup All purpose flour/Maida
3/4 tsp Corn starch/flour
3/4 tsp Baking powder 
Salt a pinch
6 tbsp Powdered sugar 
2 tbsp Butter 
6 tbsp Milk 
1/2 tsp Vanilla essence
3 tbsp Tutti frutti 
Method
Sift the all purpose flour, corn flour, baking powder and salt together and keep it aside. Preheat oven to 180C. I have used individual silicon muffin cups. Line the Muffin cups with liners.
Cream the butter and sugar in a bowl using a beater/whisk till it becomes light.  Mix in the vanilla extract to the milk. Add the milk and flour alternatively to the creamed butter mixing it well.  Finally Fold in the tutti frutti to the cake batter. Fill the batter upto 3/4th of the cup. Bake it for 20 mins.
Do the Tooth-pick test to confirm the done-ness of the muffins. Baking time varies from Oven to Oven.  Keep a watch after 18 minutes.  I have acutally baked it a bit more, and top of the muffins have turned a bit crispy. 


Check out my Blogging Marathoners doing Group 3 BM#4 along with me 
Diabetes Diet/Management: Kamalika, Smitha, Suma 
Kid Friendly Recipes: Anusha, Cool Lassi(e) 
Seven Days of Soup: Priya Suresh 
Seven Days of Indian Bread: Jayasree, Pavani 
Seven Days of Cakes:  Me
Seven Days of Preserves: Gayathri Kumar, Vaishali 
30 Minutes Meals: Priya Mahadevan, Srivalli

16 comments:

  1. love the addition of tutti frutti..I have not come across tutti frutti here :(

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  2. I love tutti-frutti, whoever created them, God bless them. The muffins look and sound superb :)

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  3. those look very sumptuous and wholesome

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  4. perfectly baked cute little muffins.

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  5. Lovely Muffins. My son doesn't like unusual texture in the cake/muffins..He likes pound cakes and other similar cakes better.. :)

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  6. Very spongy and fluffy! Would love a bite...

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  7. Muffins looks very spongy inside. I have baked tutti fruity cake and not muffins.

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  8. Tutti frutti muffins are a treat for any child Priya...and I love them too. Looks lovely.

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  9. Boy your are transforming into a baking diva yourself.Cool.Nice recipe.

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  10. very soft and yummy one...I love tutti frutti!
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  11. so spongy, I admire your energy.

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  12. Hats off to you after shopping and an outing you are blogging!!
    Lovely cakes sorry muffins!

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  13. Spongy muffins looks simply fabulous..

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