Original recipe yields 24 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Made these today, makes almost 3 dozen and they smelled great. They don't need even 20 minutes to bake, first batch I did 20 minutes and it was a touch too long. Would use this again.
I needed to use up some extra zucchini and this was the perfect choice. I used a little less sugar and cocoa powder and a bit more garam masala and they were a huge hit at work.
You definitely can taste garam masala in these muffins, and the zucchini makes them moist. One minor point which you can take or leave. It makes more sense to me to mix in the cocoa powder wit...
My husband and youngest son couldn't get enough of these cake like muffins. While the batter didn't taste great, they baked up well. I didn't have garam masala, so I approximated a spice mixt...
I was curious about the addition of peanut butter chips and gaiam masala additions. I had tones of zucchini to use up and thought I would give this a try. They turned out nice. I added one ripe ...
I was very disappointed in these muffins. I prefer a moister muffin and these were very dry. Definitely not a keeper for me.
A real crowd pleaser, it reminds people of Texas Chocolate Cake. I double or triple the garam masala as I find it hard to taste otherwise.