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Avocado Honey Muffins



Avocado Honey Muffins

Muffins are perfect breakfast and this combination of avocado and honey is really delicious,especially when it is nice and warm and fresh from the oven.Avocados and honey keeps the muffin soft and moist. It is oil free and tastes really good and is healthy too. I have used  avocados in chocolate cup cakes in place of butter and it came out really soft with no after taste. I added a little of butter scotch chips, you can add chocolate chips of nuts according to your preference.

Ingredients
Flour- 2 cup
Baking powder- 1 tsp
Salt- 1/3 tsp
Egg-1
Avocado- 1 whole+ 1/2
Honey- 1/4 cup
Sugar- 1/4 cup
Vanilla essence- 1 tsp
Butter scotch chips- 1/3 cup
Milk- 1/3 cup


Mix flour,salt and baking powder and set aside.
Preheat oven to 350 degree f and line muffin tins with liners.
Cut avocado an scoop out the flesh. Using a fork mash it really soft or make a puree of it using a mixer. Mix in honey and keep aside.
Beat egg and sugar till it is light and fluffy. Add the dry ingredients along with the mashed avocado,vanilla essence and milk and fold in till all come together is combined. Mix in the butter scotch chips and fold in once more. Divide the batter equally among the muffin tins and bake for about 15- 18 minutes till it is slightly golden on the outside and the tooth pick inserted in the center comes out clean.


Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy!

Comments

  1. wow lovely combinations chechi :) would love to try this... healthy too

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  2. Suja, avocado honey muffin kollam, ente kayil oru avocado undu, try cheyam.

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  3. Wow...I can have these muffins any number of time...Looks so delicious and love that color...

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  4. Looks so tempting... Yum yum yum

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  5. Nice Idea....another best way of providing the goodness of avacadoes to the kiddos!!!

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  6. Wonderful idea of using avocado in muffin,looks nice and loved the color...

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  7. Wonderful muffins. Loved the combination of avocado and honey.
    Deepa

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  8. Innovative n delicious. Healthy version.
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  9. Yummy muffins.. They look so soft and moist..

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  10. Sure is a great combo,Suja..both avocado & honey,lovely green color too...yummy:)
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  11. Very inovative muffins. Looks yummy and healthy.

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  12. oh wow... avocade and honey, amazing combination!!! i'm saving this recipe to try sometime soon, hopefully!!! :)

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  13. Very innovative and tempting idea...:)

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  14. Very healthy muffins, looks so good..

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  15. nice idea of including avacado in a muffin!!! so healthy and so delicious!!!
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  16. Innovative and nice combo, muffins look yum!

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  17. Healthy muffins. Honey would make it so moist n yum

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  18. Lovely combo of avocado and honey...looks yum

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  19. wow so perfect and delicious muffins..
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  20. what a unique combination, must give it a try!

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  21. Love that mild green colour of the muffins, feel like munching one rite now.

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  22. Very interesting & innovative. Healthy too.

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  23. beautiful presentation.. love it..

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  24. Of course it's such a nice way to kick-start the day ! Loved the combo and how energetic that will be .

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  25. Tempting and healthy muffins Suja...looks so yum :)

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  26. Very new muffin for me. Looks healthy n delicious.

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  27. Lovely combination, beautiful color & so delicious! Fantastic recipe, Suja!

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  28. Nairobi is a avocado haven. I am sure going to try this. Infact I have one in my shelf right now. Let me see when I càn do this recipe. I also wanted to say that I was making a mistake somewhere in making gulab jamuns. I saw your recipe yesterday and made them the same way today. They came out excellent so a big thanks to you. My kiddo loves globe jamun. (Yes that's how she says it)

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  29. Hello, Suja, Right now I am making your Oreo Cookie Cake. I am just waiting for the frosting to chill so that I can spread it in the cake. I made some changes on it because I did not have enough flour but the cake still turned out delicious. I am going to post it in my blog next week.

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