08 June 2020

Dalgona Muffin (VEGAN) with Video details

a chocolate cake with dalgona coffee flavor without using egg, butter, milk & baking powder




Today is monday and you all must have noticed that I have been associated with a gourmet group which focuses to make a post on each Monday according to a predecided theme. We, few food bloggers are there and each has a turn to suggest theme in alphabetical order. I joined this group on its 102th week and prepared this Mango Donut (Doughnut) Cake with Chocolate Glaze which was my first post in that group. We celebrated the 200th week of this group last year and I prepared this Stuffed Mango Sandesh for the celebration. And can you believe again today is a celebration time for this group as the group is on its 250th week. So we, all the bloggers have decided to make this special by baking cakes. I am here with some Dalgona Muffins (VEGAN). Check just the below image, isn't looking so special and visually indicating the celebration !!



Well coming to the cake, sounds quite interesting or not ? If you are a coffee lover and that too dalgona coffee, then this is the best for you with all those flavors :) 


What is Dalgona Coffee ?


This is simply a mix of instant coffee, sugar and hot water in a bowl until it becomes frothy. Then this mix is added to milk and it is ready to drink !

Here the muffins have this dalgona flavor, but there is EGGBUTTER, BAKING POWDER and MILK

Ingredients of this Dalgona Muffin :


Here the muffins have a frosting which is also without any cream and butter. 

For the frosting, instant coffee powder along with some powdered sugar and hot water is mixed to get a fluffy and creamy frosting.

For the muffins, ingredients are :
  • All purpose flour (maida) I have used. One can use whole wheat flour and even 1:1 ratio of wheat flour and all purpose flour.
  • 1 cup of coffee is used here. For this, simply mix 1/2 tbsp of instant coffee powder with 1 cup of hot water. Allow to cool down and then use for the muffin.
  • Chocolate and coffee is a classic combination, so don't skip here the cocoa powder.
  • Powdered form of sugar is better instead of granulated ones. One can also use jaggery powder here instead of sugar.
  • Baking soda along with vinegar are the key factor of the sponginess in these muffins. Any fruit vinegar can be used. I have used apple cider vinegar.
  • Vanilla essence is added for extra flavoring, but optional.
  • Any vegetable oil can use. I have opted olive oil.
  • Salt modifies overall flavor of the muffins which is much needed in most baked dish.




Preparation in details :


First the oven is preheated to 180 deg C and the muffin molds are lightly greased with oil (not mandatory, but by doing this muffins come out cleanly from the molds). Next in a mixing bowl all purpose flour, powdered sugar, cocoa powder, salt and baking soda are sifted and kept aside. In another mixing bowl the coffee along with olive oil, vanilla essence, apple cider vinegar are mixed well. Then the dry ingredients are added to the wet ingredients. Everything is mixed using a hand whisk or spatula. After that the batter is poured into the greased muffin molds and baked for 18-20 mins or till a toothpick inserted into the muffins comes out clean. Those are then allowed to cool down completely. 

Next in a mixing bowl the coffee powder, hot water and powdered sugar are mixed and whisked using either hand whisk or electric whisk till it gets light, fluffy and also peaks appear (using electric whisk it will take 3-5 mins and using hand whisk, it will take little more time). Then using a piping bag fitted with any desirable nozzle or even without any nozzle (i have picked a medium star nozzle) is filled with this fluffy coffee mixture and all the muffins are decorated as per choice.


Serving suggestion :


For a coffee fan, this is a perfect baked dish. These muffins are very easy to make and even taste so so yummy. The no cream and no butter frosting on top surely gives a nice coffee taste in the first bite. So do make this Dalgona Muffin (which is completely VEGAN) !

Also do check other coffee recipes from this blog : 





Now let’s go through how to make "Dalgona Muffin (VEGAN)" at home 👇


Video procedure of this "Dalgona Muffin (VEGAN)" :






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Dalgona Muffin (VEGAN)

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Dalgona Muffin (VEGAN)
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Prep time: 30 MCook time: 20 MTotal time: 50 M
a vegan chocolate cake with dalgona coffee flavor without baking powder

Ingredients:

for the Cake
  • All purpose flour 1.5 cup
  • Cocoa powder 3 tbsp
  • Coffee (1 cup hot water + 1/2 tbsp instant coffee) 1 cup
  • Powdered sugar 2/3 cup
  • Baking soda 1 tsp
  • Apple cider vinegar 1 tsp
  • Vanilla essence 1 tsp
  • Olive oil 1/3 cup
  • Salt 1/2 tsp
for the Frosting
  • Instant coffee powder 2 tbsp
  • Powdered sugar 4 tbsp
  • Hot water 2 tbsp

Instructions:

  1. Preheat oven to 180 deg C.
  2. Lightly grease muffin molds with oil (not mandatory, but by doing this muffins come out cleanly from the molds) and keep aside.
  3. Sift all purpose flour, powdered sugar, cocoa powder, salt and baking soda in a bowl. Keep aside.
  4. In another mixing bowl take coffee, olive oil, vanilla essence, apple cider vinegar and mix well.
  5. Next add the sifted dry ingredients into the wet ingredients.
  6. Mix everything using a hand whisk or spatula.
  7. Immediately pour the batter into the greased muffin molds and bake for 18-20 mins or till a toothpick inserted into the muffins comes out clean.
  8. Take out from the oven and let the muffins to cool down completely. Keep aside.
  9. Next in a mixing bowl, take coffee powder, hot water and powdered sugar.
  10. Using hand whisk or electric whisk, whisk till it gets light, fluffy and also peaks appear (using electric whisk it will take 3-5 mins and using hand whisk, it will take little more time).
  11. Then take a piping bag fitted with any desirable nozzle or even without any nozzle (i have picked a medium star nozzle).
  12. Fill it with the fluffy coffee mixture and then decorate the muffins as per choice. Serve !

Notes:

Sugar quantity can be adjusted here. Instead of 3/4 cup, one can use 1 cup powdered sugar if more sweetness is desired. Instead of vinegar, 1 tsp of eno can be used here. If preferring for the eno then after mixing the wet and dry ingredients just add the eno and mix everything well. Either regular vinegar / apple cider vinegar one can opt to make these muffins.
Dalgona muffins, no egg, no butter, no milk, Coffee
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13 comments:

  1. once again back with totally amazing recipe....dalgona muffins looks so tempting sasmita...nice flavor

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  2. Love the look of these cute muffins.. and love how you have made it vegan, no eggs, butter or even milk.. wonderful for those with dietary restrictions on dairy/eggs.. love to pick one form the pick and gobble up as soon as I can!!

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  3. The muffins look so cute! I can imagine the beautiful coffee-filled taste. :) Great idea to use the flavours of the trending Dalgona coffee in a cake.

    Happy 250th to all of us!

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  4. Sasmita congratulations on being an active member of FMBH. Over time since you joined the group not only have I been introduced to traditional Odia recipes where you've used unique ingredients but also have seen how tremendously your photography skills have improved. Your pictures are stunning. As for the Dalgona Muffins, they look so inviting. Ever since I made the dalgona coffee, I've fallen in love with the creamy foam though I know its like a lot of sugar. Once in a while treat is allowed. Your video too is really well made, precise and beautiful.

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    1. Thank you and happy 250th no of week in FMBH to you too !
      and yes, by the time my photography increases a lot. Thank you for noticing :)
      I too agree that sometime these kind of sugar based indulgence one should enjoy ;)

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  5. Wow what an idea. Dalgona coffee for icing muffins, really loved it. I will try sometime. Muffins looks so cute and tempting. I love coffee flavour and I am sure it taste great.

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  6. Dalgona muffins loved the flavours that you have used here. They are tempting me to grab.

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  7. Congratulations Sasmita! Thes muffins look amazing n in my coffee crazy hone this wll be most welcome. Definitely will love this for tea.

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  8. I am super tempted to try out these cute looking coffee flavored muffins. Perfect for any special occasion.

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  9. Hearty Congrats to all of us!!! Dalgona muffin will be a hot favourite as even people with dietery restrictions can enjoy them .Beautiful Clicks !!!!Definitely can see the improvement in your photography .Lovely CUp cakes.

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  10. Eggless Dalgona muffins looks super cute, loved your presentation Sasmita. I loved combination of coffee nd chocolate. It's very inviting,very well explained in video too, keep rocking!!

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  11. These cute little muffins looks irresistible and tempting. Love the 250 and it looks so cool and delicious. Best way to celebrate any occasions

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  12. Great video with detail instructions. Dalgona coffee fosting on that muffin, I just want to grab it now Sasmita

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