Aaron asked me to make a chocolate cake, and I've been wanting to create legacy and make simple things that can be made again and again and have my kids to remember it with love.
I got these books from the Library (as I bought a new Stand Mixer so have been looking into cakes recipes) and I found this Family Chocolate Cake Recipe.
However, as usual, I adjusted.
So Here are the ingredients from the book:
125g softened butter
3/2 cup caster sugar
1/2 cup icing sugar (me: 1/4 coconut sugar)
1 1/2 cup self raising Flour (me: 1 cup flour, 30g -2 tbsp coconut flour - 2 tbsp tapioca flour)
me: 2 tsp baking powder
1/2 cup cocoa (Me: Dutch cocoa)
1 tsp baking powder (me: 1/2 tsp baking powder)
pinch of salt
2 eggs (me: 3 eggs)
1 cup of milk
1 tsp vanilla extract (me: a few drops)
me: a pinch of cinnamon
Pre heat oven 180º
I used a Bundt cake
cream butter and sugars
Sift dry ingredients in a bowl.
add eggs to butter mixture and lightly mix, add dry ingredients and milk and mix well (I put it on fold on the mixer and left it for 20 / 40 sec)
Bake for 40 to 50 min (Mine cooked on 38 min).
Buen Dia & Welcome
Welcome to my Blog which now is mainly a digitalised cooking book (read about this blog).
I'm a mum of 2 beautiful kids, a wife, a digital pioneer, cook enthusiast, amateur photographer, internet lover and more.
I just want to give back the digital community, so that's how this blog started.
I'm always in the search for (new) stores that will deliver into Australia. It's usually cheaper to buy overseas than here (that'...
Source: Coles Magazine January / February 2016 - Page 17 image source: taste.com.au serves: 2 - Prep: 15 min - Cooking: 10 min Ingre...
I'm very into posting lists on the blog, so I thought I would research about the best ideas for bathroom storage and organisatio...
This morning I saw on tv again, a dietitian talking about Organic and Free-range and about the prices, and how nutritionally speaking doesn&...