Savoury carrot and herb eggless muffins combine the goodness of carrots, protein from the paneer and cheese. Using a mix of all purpose flour and whole wheat flour, keeps it soft and springy.
Hello y’all! Back from a fun fun fun weekend at Pondicherry with the UrbanLadder team, where I was asked to do one of my salad workshops for their offsite, as a small step to making people cook and love healthy food! The 5 teams amazed me with their resourcefulness and creativity. We didn’t have any cooking implements which made the participants put on their creative caps. One of the girls actually crushed peanuts using the side of a bowl, and someone foraged some Thai basil growing wild, while the others ran into their rooms and got some fruit from the complimentary fruit bowl to add some punch to their salad. All in all, a wow experience and I enjoyed it a lot. So if you are looking for something along these lines for your workplace, then do get in touch with me. Check some of the photos from the trip /workshop on my Facebook Page.
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We all love muffins, but the sugar and butter that goes into most commercial muffins makes it as unhealthy as a decadent cake, all the time pretending that they are a healthier option. Muffins when made at home easily lend themselves to all kinds of healthy modifications, make them sweet or savoury, add fruits or veggies, add bran or millets, it’s totally up to you. This recipe for savoury carrot and herb muffins, I put together this morning for my son’s lunchbox and I did sneak in one for my breakfast and boy, they are good!
You could also try it with other healthy flours like millet or corn meal.
The grated carrots also keep the muffins moist despite minimal oil in the recipe.
Try it out for a tea party or for your kid’s lunchbox. You can also double the recipe, and refrigerate in an airtight box, makes for a super healthy after school snack.