This is the one I want to make a long time ago, just wondering when it started on my to-do-list?
Nevermind, I am going to wipe off from the list today!
Chocolate chip is the essential item for baking a chocolate cake or making cookies. And I always think to buy the vegan chocolate chips are too far expensive to me. That’s the reason I always want to make it myself.
Missed all of you for nearly 3 months, I have been away and it has lots of fantastic things happened recently.
Today is Valentine’s day, it seems we haven’t celebrated this special day since a long time ago.
Despite that, I like to bake this little chocolate cake for my hubby. 🙂
This is a simple, no fuss and easy to achieve success even a new baker.
You can get a lave cake from this simple recipe, but I have baked a little bit over-time accidentally. Sadly, I can’t have a lovely lava cake that I want to. This is what I get at last: a fluffy, soft chocolate cake.
Vegan Chocolate Cake (Lava Cake)
Ingredient: (Make 2 ramekins)
1/2cup Plain flour
3 tbsp cacao powder
Pinch of sea salt
1/4tsp Baking soda
5tbsp Unrefined brown sugar
2tbsp Vegetable oil
1/2tbsp Lemon juice or vinegar
1/2tsp vanilla extract
2 Dark chocolate cubes, 75% cocoa, (dairy-free)
Preheat the oven to 200C.
Sieve the plain flour in a bowl, with the salt, cacao powder, and baking soda, set aside.
Put sugar and cold water in another small bowl, stir until the sugar dissolved.
Add the vanilla extract and lemon juice, mix well.
Add the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients. Mix until well combined but not over mix.
Pour the batter in the greased ramekins.
Then, place one chocolate cube in the batter, press down to immerse into the batter.
Place in the hot oven and bake for 27 minutes. Don’t overcook if you want a lava cake.
Remove out from the oven and leave to cool 2 to 3 minutes. Then gently invert the ramekins on a serving plate.
Tap the base of the mould and let the cake slid on the plate.
Dust some cocoa powder or icing sugar on top. Then serve immediately.
Vegan Double Chocolate Brownie Cookies with Mixed Nuts
Wish all the mummy have a happy mother’s day today! 🙂
Have you made cookies recently? What kind of the cookies you made, also what is your favourite cookies? I think I haven’t made cookies for so long. Have I missed it? Yes, surely I miss it so much. I love cookies for my coffee. But I also a chocolate brownies fan. Which one shall I make? It is quite struggling.
This is one of the snacks that I want to make a long time ago. But I keep forgetting.
I have made the orange cake before, and also the homemade marmalade as well. But I haven’t mixed this two up together. Now is the time I can fulfill my wish. And I like to make a gluten-free cookie base more than a sponge cake base.
Since the half-term of October has passed, the sunlight got shorter. Apparently, the winter has landed quietly here. Can you believe it is December already? The weather drops down to 0°C some of the night time.
I am planning to make some holiday treats for Christmas gifts to all our family and friends this year. Any ideas? I’m pleading for your help, can give me some idea generously, please?
Have I used teff flour for my baking before? Mmm, for my weak memory, don’t think so! But why do I use it today? Cause it was on sale for the price 50p instead of the original price £1.50. It is quite dear for the weight 120g only, right? Because I like to explore most of the weird ingredients, it is one of my to-do-list. So why not have a go for 50p. >_<
It is just the time to put this post up here, I wish it is not too late to you! Wish all the couples have a wonderful, romantic and memorable day. Wish all the singles will find your true love soon! ♥♥♥
I always dream of this sweet indulgence. This treat is tasted divine, super creamy (with the avocado and banana), and it is sugarless (thanks for the Medjool dates). It is also ideal for anyone that has dairy allergies.