Eggless Pressure Cooker Tutti Frutti Muffins Recipe

Eggless Pressure Cooker Tutti Frutti Muffins Recipe. I am sure that would have made your mouth water! This is a simple muffins cake recipe made in a pressure cooker specifically for people who do not want to use an oven to bake.

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Her laughter is infectious. Her smile always makes me shed a tear. Her heart is true and pure. But what I cherish the most is that she is my daughter.

Once again it was her question that shocked me and made me think. My daughter is only 6 years old and in the first standard but some of her questions make me feel as if I am talking to a big girl who understands everything around her and everything about the world.

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Today while I was dressing her up she asked me, “Mama, how do you manage to get everything done so early morning in the morning?” I was quiet for a moment, surprised at her question and then asked her purposefully to understand what she meant.

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She was quick to respond, “You make food, pack lunch, made milk for me, brushed me, ironed my clothes and is now dressing me up for school”. And then she continued asking me as to where I get all this energy from, in her very own cute little language.

I didn’t utter a word.

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After a couple of minutes, I gathered myself up to answer the rapid-fire questions that were shot at me. I smiled at her and said, “Baby, it is because I wake up early in the morning. That makes me very energetic and am able to do all of these things”.

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I was very happy at the thought that my 6-year-old daughter recognized my work. What more can I expect from her?

We as adults often think that kids are less observant and immature. We think that they are not observing us and our speech. We think that they are so engrossed in their own things that they might just not get the time to think about us and about what we are doing.

We are mistaken.

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Kids are more observant than us. They might be doing just about anything but their eyes and ears are much more receptive to whatever is happening around than their adult counterparts.

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And it is hence important that we watch our actions and our words. By speaking or, doing something that is not right, we might just end up planting the first seed to a disobedient child. Once this happens, then there is no point complaining about it.

So, we better understand it in time.

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Eggless Pressure Cooker Tutti Frutti Muffins Recipe

The day all of this happened, I felt I had a lot more energy in me that any of the other days. It was probably the rare praise that I got that triggered something in me.

When your work is recognized and appreciated, you get an never before seen courage and strength to do things. The very thought that somebody has just appreciated you, brings the best out of you. And probably that was what happened to me.

I wanted to make something for her. Something that she would love and savor cheerfully.

And I knew it had to be a cake.

I had this new set of muffin tins that I had bought about a week back. What better time that to test them out. And with most of the ingredients already available at home, the toss fell in favor of tutti frutti muffins.

And there came the idea of this eggless pressure cooker tutti frutti muffins recipe.

I hope you like this recipe.

You can watch the eggless pressure cooker tutti frutti muffins recipe video here!

Eggless Pressure Cooker Tutti Frutti Muffins Recipe

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: 35 minutes

Ingredients

    Mixture 1:
  • Maida - 3/4 cup
  • Baking Powder - 1/2 tsp
  • Tutti Frutti - 1/4 cup
  • Salt - a tiny pinch
  • Mixture 2:
  • Sugar - 1/3 cup
  • Oil - 1/8 cup + 1 tbsp
  • Vanilla Essense - 1/2 tsp
  • Water - 1/4 cup
  • Mixture 3:
  • Thick Curd - 1/4 cup
  • Vinegar - 1/2 tbsp
  • Baking Soda - 1/4 tsp

Method

  1. Start by heating up a pressure cooker covered in medium flame, keep the perforated plate. Remove the whistle and rubber and let it preheat for 10 minutes.
  2. Add sugar, oil, vanilla essence and water in a mixing bowl and whisk it well.
  3. Toss tutti frutti with a tsp of maida and set aside.
  4. Sieve maida,baking powder and salt and take it in a bowl.
  5. Reserve a tbsp of tutti frutti and add the rest to the mixture and mix well.
  6. Sieve maida,baking powder and salt and take it in a bowl.
  7. Reserve a tbsp of tutti frutti and add the rest to the (Mixture 1) and mix well.
  8. Now take curd in a bowl add baking soda and vinegar to it and mix well.
  9. Now add mix 1 and mix 3 to mix 2 and whisk it well.
  10. Line cupcake liners in a baking tray / muffin pan.Scoop out the batter and fill the cupcake liner upto 3/4th.Then add reserved tutti frutti on top.
  11. Open the cooker and place the muffin tins inside, do not over load 3-4 at once. Quickly close and turn the flame down to low-medium and let it bake for 15-18 minutes.
  12. Once done, test with a toothpick, if it comes out clean its ready. Take it down to a cooling rack. Let them cool and enjoy anytime in the day!
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10 thoughts on “Eggless Pressure Cooker Tutti Frutti Muffins Recipe

  1. Even though Robbie is a few years younger than your daughter, we’ve already begun to notice how observant he is. That kid catches everything! So I’ve never heard of using a pressure cooker to make muffins…but I love the idea! Thanks for such a fun recipe.

  2. Wow! Your 6 year indeed sounds like a mature. Her observant eye takes in every detail. If I was you I would have said: “I have got mommy power or all the mommies do that!” 😉 That’s what I tell to my 4-year-old. 🙂 But, yeah these kids are very inquisitive. Well done, Puja, I wanted to lick the screen! I don’t usually make muffins in the pressure cooker, but I wonder I don’t make them. I should give it a go sometime! 🙂

    • Hmmm, you are right Anu. These kids are from the 21st century and I think they are smarter than what we used to be their age.
      Glad you liked the recipe. 🙂

  3. Children have a lot of wisdom, don’t they. Your daughter is precious and all your hard work raising her is not going unnoticed. I have four boys ages 6-18 and I occasionally hear these kinds of comments too, and I get all teary. It makes a world of difference that our children notice and appreciate our efforts. These muffins are beautiful and a wonderful treat for your daughter. I also love your new muffin tins – they are just perfect for these muffins.

    • You are right, children indeed have a lot of wisdom and the fact that they know and appreciate our efforts in itself is an achievement for us parents.
      Thank you for your sweet comment, Allie. 🙂

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