Saturday, December 15, 2012

Eggless Banana Muffin Recipe Review

I recently shared with you, my lovely readers, the site Bloggerdise which I recently discovered.  One of the companies I found through this free site is Cookery Expressions.



Classes on Chocolate Making, Classic Muffins, Bread Baking, Cupcakes, Eggless Cakes, Cookies, Cake Decorating and Sugar Craft

COURSES OFFERED: 

1. Chocolate Making - 1 day workshop

2. Bread Baking – 1 day workshop


3. Eggless Cake Baking - 2 day workshop


4. Liqueur Chocolate Making - 1 day workshop

5. Cake Decorating - 3 day workshop


6. Sugar Craft - 1 day workshop

7. French & Belgium Chocolate Making - 2 day workshop

8. Designer Cup Cakes - 1 day workshop

9. Crispy Cookies - 1 day workshop

10. Exotic Brownies - 1 day workshop

11. Classic Muffins - 1 day workshop


Call 9560600056 now and REGISTER for the workshops.

Venue: Sector 7, Dwarka, New Delhi


It's run by a woman in India, Sharmila, who offers classes on cooking and baking; most of her foods and recipes are eggless, which is very popular today.  On her website you can see literally hundreds of photos of goods she and/or her students have made, all of which are beautiful - and make me hungry!  (http://cookeryexpressions.weebly.com/)

If you live in or plan to visit New Delhi, India, I encourage you to look into her classes.  Along with the photos, you can see detailed information about each course she offers on her website.  (Just keep scrolling through the photos until you reach an all-text portion.)  The bottom of the page has a contact form.

Obviously, my taking classes or even her mailing me something to try would be impossible/impractical.  So instead Sharmila emailed me a recipe for her banana muffins, which my family had for breakfast last weekend.


The recipe she gave me made a dozen muffins, so I made six with chocolate chips and six without (the recipe doesn't say anything about chocolate, but I always make my banana bread with chocolate chips.)  Everyone but my mom, who never eats banana stuff, thought the muffins made a great breakfast.  My dad and Eddie commented on the fact that they tasted a bit heavy for muffins, like bread, and I noticed it too.  They didn't rise up quite like muffins, either.  This is all normal for eggless baking, though.

All in all I was very pleased with the recipe and really, really wish I could have another, possibly even one of her amazing-looking desserts.  You, lovely readers, might still be able to - because tomorrow one reader will have the chance to win an exclusive recipe from Cookery Expressions!  Don't miss it!

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