It appears that the only thing that motivates me to post these days is the Secret Recipe Club. It would seem like I don't bake anymore but, if you saw me in person you would know I do. I can't seem to find the motivation to photograph and write. This month I was assigned samayalarai-cooking is divine. The author Jayasree does not have a bio but, from what I can tell she is a mother of three that cooks some seriously delicious looking Indian food. In addition to Indian food she features many eggless recipes. I absolutely love Indian food and would have attempted one of the easier dishes but, I did not have access to many of the ingredients. I opted for her eggless blueberry muffins. I only modified the recipe where I could not match the ingredients. Jayasree listed wholemeal flour which when I googled it appears to be the US equivalent of whole wheat flour. Instead of wheat bran I used oat bran. I was concerned that these would be dry but, when I tasted the batter I knew I was in for a treat. The batter was sturdy but, sweet. As soon as these came out of the oven my two year old wanted to taste one. After they cooled she ate 5 mini muffins without batting an eye. She doesn't even like blueberries. If that is not an endorsement I don't know what is. These muffins are not only healthy but, they are extremely tasty. Enjoy!