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Any Kind of Muffin (egg free)


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Any Kind of Muffin (egg free)

Don't throw out that banana or that apple that is half bruised, cut it up and make these amazing muffins.


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  • 2 tablespoons ground flaxseed, mixed with 1/3 c. hot water, allow to cool for 10 min
  • 1/3 cup oil
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 cup yogurt/milk or other liquid (kefir way is perfect)
  • 3 mashed or shredded fruits or vegetables
  • 3 cups whole wheat flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder


Mash (or shred) fruits/veggies in a mixing bowl. Add all the liquid ingredients and sugar, and mix well.
Add dry ingredients, and stir till combined, but don’t over-mix.

Pour batter into a muffin tin, lined with paper muffin cups.

Bake at 350 F for 25-30 min.
Test with a toothpick to be sure they’re done!

About Ester Silber-Schachter


I am a homeschooling mother of 4 who lives in the Jezreel Valley in Northern Israel. I made Aliyah with my husband and children in 2010, and we are so happy that we were finally able to make that dream come true!

I am a dedicated penny-pincher and love to cook healthy foods for my family without breaking the bank. I blog about my adventures in saving, spending, and cooking in Israel at Frugal and Kosher.




14 Responses to Any Kind of Muffin (egg free)

  1. avatar says: ItaAriela

    Hi, What is kefir?
    I am happy I found this recipe. I am looking for things to have in the house to nosh on that are healthy…

  2. Hi ItaAriela!
    Kefir is a yogurt-like drink. It is easy to culture at home if you can get some kefir grains…

  3. avatar says: ItaAriela

    I just bought the flax seed to make these muffins. I can’t wait to use up my fruit that is going to make these muffins for healthy breakfasts/snacks..:)

    • :-) I’d love to hear what you think! I use flaxseed in nearly everything, so it’s great to have around! I found it’s really cheap in the bulk bins at certain health food stores…

  4. avatar says: ItaAriela

    :) I found it in a packet for around 9 shekel.I have the batter in my fridge to bake later so I can serve for breakfast tomorrow..

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  6. avatar says: ItaAriela

    I added chocolate chips. They are delicious! :)

  7. YUM! So glad you like them! Feel free to share this page with your friends!

  8. avatar says: leah

    is it good for kids

  9. Sure, why not?

  10. Oh, I meant to clarify that 3 mashed or shredded fruits or vegetables comes out to about 1 cup!

    Hope that clarifies things for those of you who keep calling me on the phone to ask how much! ;-)

    • avatar says: Yehudis

      Does your recipe make 1 dozen muffins? Also, if I add chocolate chips, what quantity would you recommend? Please clarify for me, thanks.

      • This makes 1 dozen Large muffins, you can certainly stretch it to make more smaller muffins.

        If you use chocolate chips, you still need to use a mashed fruit or veggie. I recommend using zucchini or pumpkin or banana to combine well with chocolate chips. As far as how many chocolate chips, I’d say use about 1/2 cup, or more if you feel like it! (I’m a frugalista, so I’d stick with 1/2 cup)

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