Beat in the eggs one at a time. ) Drizzle this over the cooked cookie logs. I know, it's highly unusual that you see chocolate baked goods in my kitchen and rarely to never that you would see them two days in a row
Switch out the nuts for any form of dried fruit or finely chopped chocolate chips. As i was popping a bag of chopped rhubarb into the freezer i noticed a packet of Genius puff pastry which i had clearly forgotten about for a while
This Easter egg nest cake from The Tales of Pigling Bland is another gluten free treat - with a fascinating method that involves allowing your cake to completely collapse, before filling it with a rich chocolate cream
Then beat in the eggs, one by one, adding a little of the flour if necessary to prevent curdling. Alternating bursts of malty and chocolate flavours assailed our tastebuds in the nicest way - try one get one free
Add the maple syrup, the egg and the vanilla extract and blend well. So yes, I was able to leave him - almost guilt free - to his own devises, but now that I am back I have to work really hard to "reclaim" my kitchen from Chef George's "Reign of Change"
I can’t go without saying again just how much this humbles and reminds me to how lucky I am to be able to choose organic chocolate, organic eggs, organic butter, raw honey and ground almonds for my favourite treat cake recipes