Eggless Chocolate Muffins in Airfryer

Eggless Chocolate Muffins in Airfryer

If you haven't made these chocolate muffins in your airfryer, you are missing out on something! Most people I know only use it to make fries or snacks from the ready frozen packets of food - be it fries or poppers. While that is great, you are not exploiting the full potential of this machine :) I absolutely love this for super fast baking too!

Check this recipe for savoury carrot and herb muffins made in airfryer I had shared on my blog earlier.

We have two ovens but when I want to bake something real quick, or bake a small batch, the airfryer comes super handy. One, it preheats very quickly and two, the baking time is much reduced too. The drawback is you can make only 4-5 muffins or cupcakes or a small cake at one time, but hey I did say 'small batches' :)

With this machine on hand, it doesn't feel daunting to bake at 6 in the morning on a school day and a batch of muffins sorts out the after school snack or lunchbox treat for my kid for 5 days. That's how we multitasking mums roll, baby! Make every little effort go a long way ;)

So here's the recipe for eggless chocolate / chocochip muffins made in the airfryer. These can very well be baked in a convection oven / OTG too

RECIPE: Eggles Chocochip Muffins in Airfryer

Makes 6 muffins

Eggless Chocolate Muffins in Airfryer
Eggless Chocolate Muffins in AirfryerIf you haven't made these chocolate muffins in your airfryer, you are missing out on something! Most people I know only use it to make fries or snacks from the ready frozen packets of food - be it fries or poppers. While that is great, you are not exploiting the full potential of this machine :) I a...

Summary

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  • Coursesnack
  • Cuisineamerican
  • Yield6 pieces 6 piece
  • Cooking Time10 minutesPT0H10M
  • Preparation Time10 minutesPT0H10M
  • Total Time20 minutesPT0H20M

Ingredients

Self raising flour
1/2 cup
Use all purpose flour + baking powder + salt) half tsp pinch
1/2 cup or
Nesquik or cocoa powder
1 tbsp
Baking soda
1/4 tsp
Sugar
1/4 cup
Honey
1 tbsp
Yogurt
2 tbsps
Milk
4 tbsps
Vegetable oil (I used coconut oil)
2 tbsps
Vanilla extract
1/2 tsp
Apple cider vinegar (or regular vinegar)
1 tsp
Chocolate chips
2 tbsps

Steps

  1. Preheat airfryer at 200°C.
  2. Remove 1 tbsp flour from the 1/2 cup flour and add 1 tbsp of cocoa powder or Nesquick. This is to make sure that the total dry component is 1/2 cup. Add baking powder and salt, in case you are using plain flour and not self raising flour.
  3. Add baking soda, sugar and combine with a fork.
  4. In a measuring jug or small bowl, whisk together milk, yogurt, oil and vanilla extract until combined.
  5. Make a well in the dry ingredients and add the wet ingredients. Add the vinegar.
  6. Stir to combine. Do not over mix, a few lumps of flour are ok at this stage. Mix in the chocolate chips.
  7. Spoon the mix into 6 silicone cupcake / muffin moulds
  8. Place 4 at a time in the wire basket of the preheated airfryer.
  9. Set timer at 8 minutes, after which you can insert a skewer / tester to see if it comes out clean. You can keep the second batch to bake at this point.
  10. Remove and cool for 5 minutes. Remove from moulds and serve or store in airtight container in refrigerator.
  11. You can store this for 4-5 days in the refrigerator in an airtight box.

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To bake in convection oven, you can use a muffin tin lined with paper liners and bake all six at one go. Preheat to 180°C and bake for 15 minutes until a tester comes out clean.

Chocochip Muffins in Microwave: I have also tried these in the microwave. Pop in the filled silicone muffin molds in the microwave and microwave for 1 minute 30 seconds on high. After removing, let them rest for 10 minutes and then serve immediately.

You can read my experience with Philips airfryer in detail here.

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