Eggless Muffin Recipes

Learn how to make light, airy and fluffy muffins without eggs. Find a huge collection of eggless muffin recipes with step-by-step instructions with pictures. In this page, check out the delicious vegan blueberry muffins, banana chocolate chip muffins, double chocolate banana muffins, orange cranberry muffins, corn muffins, chocolate zucchini muffins, low-fat muffins & much more. Scroll below!

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  1. Shivani

    Please please bake a pumpkin spice cupcake or bread. My daughter loves it and I’m sure you’ll crack it. Desperately waiting….
    p.s. enjoying baking your recipes. Thanx a ton for all the research and hard work.

    • Madhuram

      You’re very welcome Shivani. I do have a pumpkin cupcake recipe. Maybe you can spice it up with additional spices.

  2. Chhavi

    i really need your help on using my 21 ltr kenstar microwave convection oven to bake a cake or muffins. it always turns into overcooked or under cooked with unpleasant texture and taste. please help and advice me on using the microwave convection oven for good cakes.i always follow the measurement strictly even though it does not work for me. pls pls pls help.

    • Madhuram

      I’m sorry Chhavi. I haven’t used microwave oven for baking. So not sure what’s happening, where it goes wrong. Do you preheat the oven?

  3. Sukh Singh

    Hello Mam. Merry Christmas. I am planning for a christmas party and most of the people coming are vegetarians. I was worried a lot about the eggless baking preparations about few hours ago but your blog saved me and its like a thirsty crow found a pot full of water. Thank you very much mam. really great variety in recipes and easy to prepare.

    • Madhuram

      Aww…that’s so nice of you to leave a lovely feedback. Merry Christmas.

  4. jyoti

    Hi I want to bake gluten free cake muffins buns bread for my princess if you have any recipe then plz send me on my ID

    • Madhuram

      I just have one gluten-free cake recipe in my blog. You can check it out in the cakes section. But it’s not like your usual cake. More like a chocolate fudge cake. I’m yet to try gluten-free alternative for a regular cake.

  5. Raj Groups

    amazing blog

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  7. dotty

    Hi there,I was looking for some eggless recipes and stumbled upon this treasure throve of yours.I love baking and would usually bring them to class, I recently found out that a classmate if mine is allergic to eggs. Thanks to you,she can now join us.

    • Madhuram

      You’re welcome Dotty.

  8. Saga

    Yes. Perfect, this vegan muffins recipes was just what I needed. Thanks 🙂

  9. mrs.meena


    i come across your wside while looking for vegetarian cupcakes.
    it was realy good to knew different varities of recepies. and
    im realy looking for vegetarian butter cake receipi, aspecialy
    butter capcakes.
    Pls send me the above recepi.
    thank you for spend your good time with me.

  10. Tara

    I cannot thank you enough for your collection of eggless recipes. Ever since my son’s egg allergy was discovered, we have had a really hard time finding recipes that are both eggless and tast great. We just made your chocolate cake with the silken tofu for my daughter’s birthday party. I doubled the recipe and baked it as a sheet cake and it was to die for! No one even knew that it was made with tofu and several people have asked me for the recipe!

    • Madhuram

      You’re welcome Tara. I’m so glad that the recipe turned out good for you.

  11. dee stewart

    Like Rachel My son has a severe egg allergy he is anaphylatic to egg. We found this out early @ 8mnths so he’s never had a bought birthday cake, I was told about Egg replacers which have helped. but sites like yours help so so much please please keep up the good work.
    My son is now Turning 6yrs in dec & my baking has got a little better so this year think we’ll try that choc cake on your site looks delicious
    thanks dee.

    Dee I can totally understand your plight. I’m very glad that my blog is of some help to you. Do try out that recipe. We all loved it so much.

  12. Rachel

    Hello- I just wanted to say thank you. I never realized how easy i have life without food allergies. My 2 1/2 year old daughter is allergic to eggs,citric fruits and tomatoes. Baking muffins and cupcakes are a EASY way for me to sneak in some nutrients to her as she can be incredibly picky eater. I pretend like i am allergic to eggs too to help her cope with eating differently than other people.
    I am so happy to find your site. Some of the muffin recipes i add a little wheat germ or oats- its yummy. i also love the tips on your site as well. after reading your tips and recipes, i have discovered that its not to hard to try and alter any recipe. Just thank you for your time and dedication!!!!

    Rachel I’m sorry to hear about your daughter’s allergies. Its true that we don’t realize how challenging it can be to cater the needs of people with special diet. Currently I too am going through that. But you just made my day with your words of appreciation which wants me to blog more actively. Thanks a lot.

  13. boni

    Hello, I came across your site while looking for eggless cake and muffin recipes. I tried out the banana choc chip and it turned out great. The second time I baked it (yesterday) they tasted great but had sunk in the middle. When I took them out of the oven, they were fine and the shape was really beautiful. But after some time they sunk in and didnt look nice at all. Can you tell me what I did wrong so I can avoid doing in the future? I looked for solutions online and the reasons ranged from using more baking powder, baking at a high temp,etc…but I think these were for muffins that had sunk in while taking them out of the oven, not later like my case. Anyways, thanks for all your recipes and this wonderful site. It is a greay help to people like us who want to bake the same delicious stuff but without eggs.

    Hi Boni, thanks for trying the recipe. Recently someone else too had this problem with the same recipe. I’m not sure what is happening. Let me check and get back to you. Did you try for solutions in

  14. melissa kovacs

    hi i am really ejoying your site i have an egg allergie so this is wonderful, i wish i had it when i got married i might have been able to eat my wedding cake

    Welcome to my blog Melissa.

  15. maison dixon

    hi, i love to cook and i think that the eggless choc chip and banana muffins with buttermilk were great! they were a huge hit for my kids, they went crazy! They turned out to be really moist, with fantastic flavour! if anyone is thinking about making muffins, and they don’t have any eggs left than i wouls really recommend making these! i was just wondering what would you have to change if you were to put eggs in these?


    Maison, thank you very much for the detailed feedback. Just use 1 egg in place of the buttermilk.

  16. Harprit patter

    Hi 😐
    My hobby is baking n cooking. Please send me recipes of eggless cakes. desserts. i really enjoyed looking at your recipes. i hope you stay in contact with me.

    Hi Harprit, you can subscribe to my blog for free and receive emails of recipes. Enter your email ID here and follow instructions. I’m sorry that I cannot send the recipes posted already, please check the website and feel free to ask any questions pertaining to the recipes.

  17. Bhagwant

    :mrgreen: 😯 Wow!!! 😎 😀 😛 😉 😆
    Thanks for this !!!

    You’re welcome.

  18. Michelle

    We just tried the carrot banana muffins and success yet again! Thanks again and I will definitely check out that cook book. I purchased EnerG at my local wholefoods for the cookie recipe so at least I already have that in my cupboard!

    That cake/muffin recipe by Indira is a winner.

  19. Michelle


    I came across your site and it has been a lifesaver! My daughter was diagnosed with allergies to dairy, eggs, nuts and beans! It has been nearly impossible to find any sweet baked goods for her. Now that she is 18 months she stares in envy at other kids eatting breads, cookies and cupcakes while she eats her rice cake! We read stories with cookie monster or little kids eatting cookies and she sees pictures, but never has tasted the real thing.

    Two days ago I tried your chocolate chip cookie recipe and we were able to cook together and eat together! She adores the cookies and is so proud eatting and sharing them!

    Thank you thank you and thank you again and again!


    You’re most welcome Michelle. I can imagine the look on your daughter’s face when she sees other kids enjoying their pastries. It must be really difficult for you too to see that. I’m really very very happy that your daughter was able to eat the cookies. When you get a chance, find the Joy of Vegan Baking book. It’s really very good. I’ve seen other books but this one is very simple to follow and the recipes work. You don’t have to shop for unusual ingredients (other than EnerG).

  20. Heather

    Thanks so much for the eggless recpies. My son has a severve egg allegy and I am always looking for new muffin/cookie eggless recipies he can also enjoy.


    You’re welcome Heather.

  21. Andrea Pigey

    Thank you for your site. I am a lacto-ovo vegetarian but my daughter was just diagnosed with an egg allergy so I am racking my brain how to adjust my recipes in addition to reading labels like crazy. I live in Italy and often at times it is difficult to find vegan ingredients or things like molasses.

    You’re welcome Andrea.

  22. Debbie

    Please explain why you are eliminating eggs from recipes. If it is for health reasons why is there so much sugar and fat still in the recipes? That certainly is not healthy.
    For example, the simple loving cake above has sweetened condensed milk and 2 sticks of butter. I just don’t understand. Thanks.

    Hi Debbie, welcome to my blog. I choose not to bake with eggs because I was brought up in a vegetarian family. We never used eggs at home. Later I did try baking with eggs, but did not like the smell. So I’m not eliminating eggs for health reasons. Actually there are many out there in the same situation and especially there are a LOT of people with EGG ALLERGIES who are looking for eggless recipes, and especially eggless baking recipes. So sometimes the absence of eggs has to be made good for in a recipe with butter, condensed milk etc. But I’m also trying to find out more healthy eggless recipes.

  23. Irene

    Simple loving cake

    2.5 cups flour
    14oz. can sweetend condensed milk
    1 cup orange juice
    2 sticks butter
    3 tsp. baking powder

    Mix flour and baking powder then add the juice and milk. Melt the
    butter and add as well. Put oil then a thin layer of flour on a 9
    inch by 13 inch baking pan. Preheat oven to 350, put batter in pan.
    Cook 30-40 mins, or until a toothpick inserted into cake comes out
    clean. Let cool and enjoy with some jam or cream cheese.

  24. Tamil Selvi


    Being a vegetarian, its pretty tough to get some good
    cake recipes which is sucessful. Kindly send me some of
    your recipes at my email address.

    Thank you very much


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