Monday, 5 January 2015

Baking on New Year's Day!

On New Year's Day, my cousin and I had a day of Baking! We made; Double Chocolate Cookies, White and Milk Chocolate Cookies, Cake Pops, Brownies and Mars Bar Cake.

Double Chocolate Cookies
200g Butter 
300g Sugar
1 Egg
275g Self Raising Flour
75g Cocoa Powder
200g White Chocolate 
200g Milk Chocolate 
Dash of milk 
~ Can be Triple Chocolate if you add Dark Chocolate too. ~ 

These are absolutely delicious, a few got a bit burnt around the edges but they are so soft and silky to eat. I could literally eat them all day. I feel like this is a basic chocolate cookie recipe and you could add any chocolate and it would still taste incredible. 

We have attempted to make Cake Pops before and they were a disaster. This time i feel like they turned out so much better. They are to die for, my brother absolutely loves these. They are so great for little ones, that don't eat a full piece of cake or cupcakes, as they are bite size. I will definitely be making them again.

White and Milk Cookies
200g Butter
300g Sugar
1 Egg
325g Self Raising Flour
Dash of milk 
200g White Chocolate 
200g Milk Chocolate

I got this recipe from this video:
These cookies are beautiful, taste delicious and are melt in the mouth. They are so soft and chewy, they break apart so easy, and are such a hit with the entire family. Will definitely be making these again.

Mars Bar Cake
3 Mars Bars broken up
3 tbsp of Golden Syrup
3 tbsp of Butter
Rice Krispies
175g Milk chocolate to melt on top
2 Flakes to sprinkle on top ~Optional~

Mars Bar cake, is a classic in our family, at every celebration it is made and is a hit with everyone. It's really simple to make and delicious to eat. 
All you need to do is:
1. Break the mars bars into a bowl, add the golden syrup and butter. 
2. Melt the bowl of ingredients in the microwave, string in small intervals.
3. Once melted, add rice krispies to the melted mixture. there is no set amour of rice krispies. Add till the mixture coats each rice krispie.
4. Line a tray or grease the tray. Add the mixture, smoothing out till level.
5. Met the chocolate and evenly spread along the mixture.
6. Break up the flakes and sprinkle on top f chocolate while chocolate is still hot.
7. Leave to set. After set, cut up and enjoy.

275g Dark Chocolate
275g Butter
175g Plain Flour
1 tsp Baking Powder
4 Eggs, Beaten Lightly 
1 tsp Vanilla Essence 
325g Sugar
Marshmallows ~Optional~

I have made these before and they were so good, I had to make them again. I used the recipe from this video
These brownies are delicious, I absolutely love brownies and these are rich, soft and chewy. An absolute crowd pleaser. I made these before for halloween and everyone loved them. I know these will become a family favourite at gathering from now on. 

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