Monday, August 06, 2012

Eggless Banana Cupcakes With Chocolate chips.....Step by Step

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Banana cake with chocolate chips:  I had just one ripened black and ugly banana and I badly wanted to use it in something and give an end to it. Luckily I found this recipe at Aparna's space, where she has replaced eggs by banana, I simply tried the cake and was very happy with the result....and made them again and again.

Eggless banana cake.. moist....studded with chocolate chips...YUM! You can make them in cake in 7" inch round pan or square pan. I simply baked it as cupcakes because it takes less time for baking.

Butter: 75 gm/3/4 stick, softened.
Brown sugar: 3/4 cup, or add 1 1/2 tbsp of jaggery to white sugar.
Flour: 1 1/2 cup.
Baking powder: 1 1/2 tsp.
Salt: A fat pinch.
Banana: 1 large.
Milk: 3 to 4 tbsp.
Vanilla essence: 1/2 tsp.
Cardamom: 2 to 3 pods (optional).
Chocolate chips: 1/2 cup.

Put the banana with the milk along with the cardamon in a blender.

And puree it.

Put butter and sugar (I used plain sugar and jaggery; substitute for brown sugar).

Cream it with a hand mixer/egg beater till creamy.

Add pureed banana to it.

And cream again.

Put the sifted flour, baking powder, and salt into this.

Cream again.

I add a little more milk (this is optional) to make it creamy.

Put in the chocolate chips....reserve some to sprinkle on top of the cake.

I scraped the batter into my muffin can also bake in a cake tin. Bake in a preheated oven at 180 degree C for 20-25 min or until done.

Sprinkle some choc chip before baking.

Out of the oven, I love the chips on top.



  1. Yummy....nice click....ur step by step helps....feels to try it soon....bookmarked lot of ur recipes....waiting for ramazan to finish...will give u the feed back then...

  2. Hi Nisa! 1st time here. I love the variety in your blog! Thanks so much for this eggless version! I can make it without worrying about finding substitutes for eggs! :)
    Do read the rules & participate in Bake Fest Event & Giveaway! if you can. :)

  3. Wow delicious muffins,perfectly baked.

  4. Hi Nisa,
    Good morning.
    Nice to start a morning with a banana cake. Your recipe looks great!
    I love chocolate and in whatever it appears :)

    I tried a chocolate cake few months ago using a recipe shared by a fellow blogger. I shall give this a try sometimes later.

    Thanks for sharing it.


  5. Lovely cake. I have to try soon.

  6. from where did you get such a beautiful board in the background. i just cannot get these kinds here... love the cookies.

    1. Dassana, thats an old stool...half broken though :)

  7. Fabulous looking cup cakes!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

  8. Thanks a lot Nisa! :)

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  9. Eggless banana cupcake looks delicious Nisha, thanks for sharing with Hearth and Soul blog hop. I will shout out this recipe on this Hearth and soul blog hop.

  10. Hi! Please can you mention for how long and at what temperature do we need to bake the cupcakes at??

    1. Hi Pallavi, thank you for stopping by.....bake at 180 degree C until done..

  11. Hi ..Can you please give equivalent weight of flour in grams.

  12. can u say where did u purchase your cupcake tray? thanks


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