Thought I’d recreate the old favourite triple chocolate melt-in-the-middle cookies with this festive twist. Everyone loves red velvet, right?! Although these don’t have the typical tang of red velvet, they’re super tasty and really eye-catching. They take about 20 minutes to throw together, and then you just have to chill them in the fridge for a couple of hours before baking for about 10 minutes. Easy? I think so.
Here’s a quick and simple recipe for you guys to make fluffy, sweet, pillowy pancakes. You don’t need buttermilk or anything fancy for these, and you should have everything you need already in the pantry/fridge!
If you’re making these for a group larger than 2-3 then double/triple the recipe accordingly. You can stir chocolate chips through the batter for chocolate chip pancakes too!
Once you start making banana bread regularly, you kinda can’t stop. I mean, I actually buy extra bananas I have no intention of eating just to make banana bread. Sometimes you need a little variation though, and injecting every element of this loaf cake with chocolate is the best way to do just that – trust me! The bananas lend the familiar fudgy texture, but the taste is chocolate and nothing but. And it’s really quite simple… At this rather tense time in third year the bakes have to be simple as the essay questions most certainly are not. Sigh, you guys have read about the deadline struggles for the last year and a bit so I won’t bore you. Just know, many tens ofthousands of words (not including this blog post) have been written over the last month! 😦 Having said that, I’m not sure I’m ready to leave the security of full-time education and enter the big bad world… *heavy breathing*
Anyway, find a large-ish bowl and a whisk and let’s get this chocolatey show on the road.