Eggless carrot muffins recipe | Eggless baking recipes - Raks Kitchen (2024)

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Eggless carrot muffins with wheat flour, simple ingredients available in your pantry. Step by step detailed photos.

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I made these muffins a long time back, but saved for posting this time when I am on vacation as I knew I would be short of posts.

I really loved the simplicity of this recipe when I saw this here in this blog. It was tasty, healthy with no maida – with carrots and wheat flour and no butter, only oil so lower in fat too.

What else we need. I had these myself for snack without any guilt. You can also try this for your family for their snack and sure they are going to love this.

Its been a long long time since I posted any baking recipes, so this one is perfect to break the break, stay tuned for more eggless baking recipes.

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I am enjoying my vacation at mom’s place and I really sorry, could not respond to the flowing mails and comments. Soon will respond to all you queries!

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Eggless carrot muffins recipe

Eggless carrot muffins with wheat flour, simple ingredients available in your pantry. Step by step detailed photos. Healthy snack box idea for your kids

Course Snack

Cuisine Global

Prep Time 15 minutes minutes

Cook Time 18 minutes minutes

Author Raks Anand

Servings 8

Cup measurements

Ingredients

  • 1 & ¼ cup Wheat flour
  • 1 cup Plain yogurt Curd
  • ¾ cup Grated carrot Use fine grater
  • ¾ cup Sugar
  • ¼ cup + 2tbsp Oil
  • 1 teaspoon Baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon Baking soda Sodium bi carbonate
  • ½ teaspoon Vanilla extract
  • Salt - A pinch

Instructions

  • Gather all the things required to the counter top.

  • Preheat oven to 180 deg C.

  • Mean while wash, peel and grate carrots. Keep aside.

  • Sift flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt in a bowl. This is to ensure even mixing.

  • In another mixing bowl, using a whisk mix well curd and oil.

  • Add sugar, vanilla and mix until it is dissolved.

  • Add the sifted flour mixture (dry ingredients) and mix gently. Do not over mix.

  • Lastly add carrots and fold (mix gently) the mixture so that carrot is mixed with the batter.

  • Line a muffin tray with muffin liner (I use two for better looks) and pour batter until ¾th of it.

  • Make sure to spoon equal amount of the batter in all the muffin liners.

  • Bake for 15- 18 minutes or until a tooth pick inserted comes out clean.

  • Cool over a wire rack before storing. Keeps good at room temperature for 2 days.

Notes

  • Any cooking oil can be used, I used sunflower oil. Other than this, Canola, olive oil or vegetable oil is recommended.
  • Do not over mix after you add the dry ingredients.
  • Bake immediately once you prepare the batter.

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1. Gather all the things required to the counter top. Preheat oven to 180 deg C.

2. Meanwhile wash, peel and grate carrots. Keep aside. Sift flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt in a bowl. This is to ensure even mixing.

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3. In another mixing bowl, using a whisk mix well curd and oil.

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4. Add sugar, vanilla and mix until it is dissolved.

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5. Add the sifted flour mixture (dry ingredients) and mix gently. Do not over mix.

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6. Lastly add carrots and fold (mix gently) the mixture so that carrot is mixed with the batter.

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7. Line a muffin tray with muffin liner (I use two for better looks) and pour batter until ¾ th of it. Make sure to spoon equal amount of the batter in all the muffin liners.

8. Bake for 15- 18 minutes or until a tooth pick inserted comes out clean. Cool over a wire rack before storing. Keeps good at room temperature for 2 days.

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Soft, tasty, healthy muffins, perfect for breakfast or for your kids snack box or as kids evening snack.

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Comments

  1. AparnaRajeshkumar

    Muffin look stunning lovely liners too

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  2. Archana

    It Looks awesome 🙂 Could yu pls tell the measurement of curd to be used ?

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  3. shobs

    let us know the amount of curd used in the recipe. The ingredients column does not have curd.

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  4. Akila

    Curd measurement is missing

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  5. Raks anand

    Really sorry guys forgot to add, edited now!

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  6. Shal

    Hi Raks,How many muffins did you get from this measurement?

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  7. Saraladevi Thangadurai

    The muffins look perfect, cannot say it is made from wheat flour. Your sieve looks perfect, may I know from where you bought this, is it from Singapore ?
    Thanks in advance !

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  8. Shama Nagarajan

    perfect bake dear

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  9. Veena Theagarajan

    looks perfect.. I hv bookmarked it.. Will try soon

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  10. Nandita SS

    Looks fantastic!!

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  11. Sowndharea R

    Can we use cooker to bake? or Idle baking vessel?

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  12. Anonymous

    Delicious muffin.. Looks yummy:)

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  13. Sruthi Reddy

    Can you please confirm the oven temperature , is it 180 degree Celsius or Fahrenheit ?

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  14. kaviya ram

    Plz share how many minutes should keep in microwave oven ? Mine is not conventional type.

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  15. Raks anand

    This recipe is for conventional oven. no idea about microwave

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  16. Raks anand

    I haven't tried so no idea sorry

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  17. Raks anand

    I got it here in Singapore IKEA

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  18. Raks anand

    8

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  19. uma S

    How many grams is 1 cup? Any specifik cups to be used?

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  20. Sowmya Sundararajan

    Superb Muffins Raji

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  21. Pooja S

    Too good...

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  22. Rushi

    can we add butter unsalted one instead of oil

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  23. sankar saranya

    Can pls explain about electric oven & microwave ovens. How to use. I use only for heating I feel bad about it. Can u pls explain how?

    Reply

  24. uma S

    This comment has been removed by the author.

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  25. uma S

    Sorry, cup measurement?

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  26. uma S

    Cup measurement? Any specifik cups? Live in DK and here we use grams....

    Reply

  27. Vanamala Hebbar

    Very nice

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  28. kaviya ram

    I tried in microwave today.... I must say it was delicious. So sofffft. Thanks for your lovely receipe

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  29. Shweta B

    I tried these muffins.. It came out well.. Thanks for the recipe..

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  30. sankar saranya

    Rak, I am so happy ;-);-);-) its taste really superb. Today I used my microwave oven for muffins. I felt bad its used only for heating. Thank u so much. Can u pls say how to prepare rose milk, pista milk for kids

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  31. sankar saranya

    I tried this muffin in microwave its came out very well, I made it in 20 minutes. It was like sponge cake taste was delicious. Thanks rak ur way of explanation for each sentence easy for beginner

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  32. sushma Mallya

    Looks yummy Raks ...Perfectly baked 🙂

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  33. SaralaThanga

    Thanks for the reply Raks !

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  34. nn

    Hi, I follow your. Blog religiously loved all your recipes 🙂 I made these and they came out really nice just twisted recipe by adding raisins, cinnamon and one egg:) just one thing my liners were stick to muffins any idea why:)

    Reply

  35. Udhaya

    can i use beetroot instead of carrot ?dont have carrot currently . wanted to try out immediately

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  36. Raks anand

    I think you can try ...

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  37. Anonymous

    Thanks for sharing this recipe. I tried these over the weekend and they turned out delicious. While I was making these, I noticed my dough was not as runny as yours. The moment I added the flour, it became a thick mass. Tried adding more oil, but it still wasn't runny, so I ended up adding a cup of milk. Without the milk, the dough wouldn't be mixable at all. Any idea what could have gone wrong? Luckily, despite the little mishap, the muffins turned out yummy and were enjoyed by kids and adults alike.

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  38. Khyati Gajjar

    Hey raks ur bakes are just simply great and moreover they are so simple yet eggless do just live ur recepis

    Reply

  39. Vidhya Sundar

    Hi Raksanand, Thank u for this wonderful recipe. I am becoming a huge fan of your recipes and photos too. Made these muffins and they were soft and fluffy and yummy!!! Keep up your blogging !!!

    Reply

  40. SHARMILEE J

    Looks so good, healthy too....very tempting muffins

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  41. Lakshmi Subramanian

    Do we preheat at 180C n den bake for 15-18 mins? Please confirm..

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  42. Raks anand

    In my oven no time for pre heat, just set temperature and if the temperature reaches, it will give beep sounds

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  43. Kavita

    I tried this Carrot muffins & it turned out very yummy, Exact correct proportions of each ingrident, Thanks for your blog I really liked all the receipe you posted.

  44. sanal

    Can we bake it as a cake instead if muffins?

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  45. Raks anand

    Sure can.

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  46. Lakshmi Subramanian

    Thanks 🙂 do we need to grease the muffin tray and the muffin liners before pouring the batter?

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  47. Sakunthala

    Thank you for this recipe. Today I try it with jaggery and came out well. Thank you once again

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  48. api

    Hi , yummy cake!! Is there any way I can avoid curd and still get this eggless cake done ? My husband is a curd hater, cannot use buttermilk or curd.

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  49. Raks anand

    Since curd this is eggless recipe, curd cannot be replaced. But you wont even know curd is there in this muffin, try and see.

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  50. Arti

    Thanks for this awesome recipie...it came out very welll.....yummmy...:D

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  51. Anuradha

    Hi Sakunthala, how u used jaggery. Please tell me

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  52. Anusha Madhavan

    Tried making these Muffins with lowfat yogurt and they turned out well !
    Thank You for the healthy and tasty recipe !!

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  53. aishu_pr

    Hi raks can I add some mashed bananas instead of carrots? And can I use APF instead of wheat..if yes what qty can I use?

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  54. Chanda M'ule

    Made these the other day...simply the best eggless carrot muffins i have tasted so far

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  55. Chanda M'ule

    Made these the other day...Simply the best eggless carrot muffins i have tasted thus far

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  56. masti

    Can v add all purpose flour instead of wheat flour? And how vil it turn out?

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  57. Raks anand

    measurements will vary

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  58. Mahe Maheswari

    I made this muffins today .its so tasty muffin thanks Raks

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  59. Unknown

    Hi, is the sugar granulated or powdered? if we use granulated, it is very difficult to dissolve it just by whisking right...

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  60. Raks anand

    I used fine grain. It will dissolve easily

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  61. sujata gaonkar

    Can i double the recipe for more muffins?

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  62. Raks anand

    Yes you can 🙂

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  63. Umatulasi

    For the first time this recipe gave me confidence to bake more. I m a beginner in baking. However it didn't cook in the middle. I set 170deg n baked for 15 mins but the top turned crisp. It was soft and except middle others were cooked. Tried it again cookies as well. Guess my oven temperature s too high. Plz advice

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  64. Raks anand

    Please check the mode, make sure not microwave mode or combination mode or grill mode.

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  65. Unknown

    Hi I love your recipes. I have tried it today but my batter was not as runny as yours so added more curd. It didn't come as spongy as its in your pic. Wat should be the reason?

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  66. Raks anand

    Next time use plain water to dilute rather than extra curd

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  67. Monali Joshi

    Hi... Made these muffins today..... Yummy.... A total gastronomic pleasure.... I tweaked the recipe a bit though... Add half n half of jaggery and sugar instead of just sugar... Muffins turned out yummmm also added around 2tbsp of milk to get proper cake batter consistency

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  68. geethamani kathiravan

    i have a convection oven can bake the muffins in that n what mould should i use

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  69. Raks anand

    Yes you can bale. Any mould should work - non stick or aluminum

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  70. Raks anand

    *Bake

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  71. harini

    hi raks,just now tried this in my oven in paper tea cups as i am yet to buy muffin tray.but it took more time to bake.but tasted great.please share more savory baking recipes,as my daughter is savoury toothed.

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  72. Rahul Rohit

    Thanks for the recipe. Muffins were fantastic. Can you tell me where in Singapore can I buy a muffin tray which holds small cupcake liners as small as 6cm approx. Since the cups are small mayby a muffin tray which can bake around 24 cakes simultaneously.

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  73. Raks anand

    You can check in ISETAN, mustafa, Robinsons, BHG kind of shops.

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  74. Rahul Rohit

    Thanks a lot.
    Can I bake cupcakes without a muffin tray. By placing cupcake liners directly on the tray in my oven.

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  75. Raks anand

    It wont hold the shape, so you need a muffin tray or atleast a stiff muffin liner with rim.

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  76. Rahul Rohit

    Thanks.

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  77. shrivatsa gkn

    Came out very nice and perfect , it's so healthy and tasty we don't feel guilty when we are offering to kids - thanks for sharing the recipie

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  78. sushma

    Can I know it's shelf life plz

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  79. Raks anand

    A day at room temperature, if refrigerated, can use for 3 days

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  80. Haniyya Ejaz

    Can I use Demerara sugar I only have that at home as it healthier

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  81. Raks anand

    Sure, you can try

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  82. Shalini

    Thank you for sharing this amazing recipe. Muffins came out delicious and super moist. I had slightly more than a cup of shredded carrots and I used them all. Thanks again!

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  83. Shalini

    I used your recipe and the muffins came out amazing. I had little more than a cup of shredded carrots and I used them all. Wonderful recipe and super delicious muffins .Thank you so much!

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  84. Unknown

    This recipe is perfect. Tried it today. Thank you.

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  85. Unknown

    Tried today...came out fine..but sugar was very less so topped it with sugary gajrela...also I think if we add toasted carrots instead of the raw ones, it ll taste much better

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  86. Toricham

    it came just awesome.. thanks

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  87. Unknown

    Even after 40 mins after 350f the cakr has not baked.it's gory.I went by ur measurement.bt added little of sugar extra for taste.any comments

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  88. Unknown

    Even after 40 mins after 350f the cakr has not baked.it's gory.I went by ur measurement.bt added little of sugar extra for taste.any comments

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  89. Raks anand

    May be your baking powder or baking soda did not work.

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  90. Anjali Bajpai

    Hi Raks
    Yesterday I tried this recipe.... Muffins came out very well and tasty... Thanks for the recipe.... Can we put apples instead of carrot.

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  91. Raks anand

    Apples have more moisture than carrot, so you might want to change the recipe accordingly.

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  92. Sudha R

    Hi

    I tried this recipe today, muffins were soft & tasty. Thanks a lot!! Please add more such vegetarian/vegan baking recipes.
    -SR

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  93. Suja

    Can I replace oil by butter or coconut oil?

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  94. Raks Kitchen

    Sure, if using butter, measure in melted condition. Using butter will give slightly different texture.

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  95. Vinita Shahani

    Can we use jaggery powder instead of sugar?

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    • Raks Anand

      you can try, i have not tried though.

      Reply

  96. Sujatha Suresh

    Tried it and loved it!!
    Can I add nuts to this recipe and how much
    TIA

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    • Raks Anand

      Yes you can. 1/3 cup chopped nuts will be perfect. Add 3/4th to batter and top the remaining.

      Reply

  97. Shenba

    Shall we do it as cake? As i doesn’t have muffins mold

    Reply

    • Raks Anand

      Yes sure you can.

      Reply

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