23 August 2009

chocolate banana muffins •



I’m tired, I’m lazy...so here’s the recipe.

Okara Chocolate Banana Muffins •

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Whisk together in a large mixing bowl:

1 cup wet okara (this is referring to the okara straight from your machine)
1/4 cup vanilla soy milk
1/4 cup canola oil
1/2 cup dark brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 small bananas (peeled, of course)

Sift together in a large mixing bowl:

1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup unbleached white flour
1/2 cup whole wheat flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup cocoa

1 cup chocolate chips


Add wet ingredients to the dry ingredients, mixing until just combined. DO NOT OVER MIX. Fold in one cup of chocolate chips. Line your muffin tins with paper liners. Fill the liners 2/3 of the way with batter. Bake muffins 20 to 25 minutes. Makes approximately 18 muffins.





14 comments:

Lady P said...

hey! glad to see you posting another yummy recipe!

toontz said...

Thank you, Lady P. I wish that I could say I have been busy doing incredibly exciting activities, but it would be a blatant lie, lol. I hope to get back into the blog a little more, but we will see. I have given myself permission not to stress about it. ;)

Grace said...

short and sweet. :) great muffins--it's a combination i've only recently discovered and enjoy immensely!

toontz said...

Thanks, Grace. These are quickly becoming everyone’s favorite muffin in my house.

glamah16 said...

Where have you been? I havent seen you on twitter. I'm so sorry I didnt invite you, but thought it would have been far out being in Wisconsin.

toontz said...

Hey Courtney-

I was just joking with you. I am only an hour and a half from Chicago. Definitely “doable”.

dragonfly pie said...

Mmm, looks really good! I don't usually make soymilk, but I do make a lot of rice and almond milk, so also end up with pulp. I wonder if either of those would work in this recipe?

toontz said...

Hi Dragonfly Pie-
I have mixed the almond milk residue in with okara (I make almond milk sometimes, too), but I am not sure if you could switch it out entirely. I use okara in place of eggs in a lot of my baked goods. It seems to make a great egg replacer.

Crispies said...

Is a good idea! this recipe. I will try to make that. Thank you and nice to meet you ;-) Crispies Al Natural

Crispies said...

This recipe is a Good Idea! I will try to make that. Nice to meet you ;-) Crispies Al Natural

Jibran Ahmed Khan said...

Very nice website. i like it. It is too good because you shared very great recepies.
Here are also some receipes of Asia's famouse dishes those are spicy and famouse in every cermoney.
Make for your family & Have Fun

Make Biryani Yourself <=> Make Asian's Food

danielle said...

i love love love the simplicity of your recipes. just throw everything together and out pops a delicious treat! everyone who tried these loved them and they disappeared fast! i can't wait to make more. :)

Anna said...

Thank you for this great recipe! Even with the chocolate chips, it wasn't overpoweringly sweet. A delicious treat for breakfast, yum!

Shannon | Just As Delish said...

Thank you for this great recipe! the muffins just came out of the oven and they taste so moist & good!