Khoya cupcakes/Mawa muffins – easy eggless muffins

I had made this muffins almost six months ago. I had got a packet of frozen khoya from mustafa last year with an intention of making some sweets for diwali , but never found the time. Finally when it was nearing the expiry date, I decided to make the muffins which I had bookmarked long ago from a few blogs. I did not want to use eggs or condensed milk in it. So I finally took a recipe from here and made some small changes in the measurements and eliminated a few ingredients.

I think I baked the cake a tad more time and it sunk a little in the center. But the cake was denser as I had expected it to be just like we find in the indian bakeries. Its certainly not going to be spongy. But the cake was really good and it involves a few calories , so I would not have baked it soon again. So I decided to post this one.


The muffins were really delicious and tasted like a milk burfi or kalakand. They were seriously addictive and kids liked them too. I would suggest that you check if the cake is done in 25 minutes and bake it for further few minutes if not done.

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Eggless khoya cupcakes Yum
I had made this muffins almost six months ago. I had got a packet of frozen khoya from mustafa last year with an intention of making some sweets for diwali , but never found the time. Finally when it was nearing the expiry date, I decided to make the muffins which I had bookmarked long ago from a few blogs. I did not want to use eggs or condensed milk in it. So I finally took a recipe from here and made some small changes in the measurements and eliminated a few ingredients.I think I baked the cake a tad more time and it sunk a little in the center. But the cake was denser as I had expected it to be just like we find in the indian bakeries. Its certainly not going to be spongy. But the cake was really good and it involves lots of calories , so I would not
Course dessert
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Servings
cup
Ingredients
Course dessert
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Servings
cup
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Grate the khoya.
  2. Mix it with plain flour,baking powder and baking soda.
Recipe Notes

3. Cream the butter and sugar.

4. Add the dry ingredients mixture in the butter sugar mixture slowing mixing it well to form a uniform mixture.

5. The mixture will be quite thick at this stage. Add the thick yogurt and mix well.

6. Spoon out the mixture in your muffin cases or pans.

7. Add some coarsely crushed nuts like cashews,almonds or pistachios or tutty fruity on the top.

8. Bake for 25 minutes in a preheated oven at 180c.

Notes-

Add some milk if the mixture is very thick and difficult to spoon out. Add only if necessary. I did not add.

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