Bolo de mousse de chocolate preto e branco/dark and white chocolate mousse cake Base bolo : 2 ovos 70g farinha trigo sem fermento 60g açúcar granulado Mousse chocolate branco: 100gr chocolate branco 200ml natas min 30%materia...
“Recipe by Gluten Free Baking By Rachelle (Rachelle Himmelman) This coffee cake has got to be about the moistest gluten free/dairy free cake I have tasted, perfect for breakfast with that hot coffee which reminds me of comfort food, moist cake and fresh blueberries.”
“My house is a real disaster zone right now. I am up to my eyeballs in boxes, packing tape, and bubble wrap. I have about three quarters of the house packed so far, and can't wait to be done. In an effort to keep sane, I thought I would take a short break and make some cookies. I was in the mood for something dark and chocolatey.”
Recently, I felt compelled to obey that bread-making compulsion that comes calling now and then. Everyone knows the fall season is synonymous with a sudden onset of baking activity. For me, that includes bread.
“This past year has flown by, one year ago today Little Box Brownie was born. I started the blog with no idea how it would go, how long it would continue or where it would head. In fact the first 6 months I kept Little Box Brownie to myself as I was unsure about the whole idea.”
“ven with the warm weather I have been baking. We had a lot of ripped bananas and even if I try different recipes to use our bananas my favorite will always be a Banana Load. This one is very good and made with Crosby's molasses. I am very satisfy with the results and did freeze some to take camping with us. It is so good in the morning with our fresh coffee”
“This week, waiting for Friday nerve-wracking anticipation gave way Tuesday. The day I set my pug dog veterinarian queue to download the stitching adorning her belly. I will not bore you in detail, I'll just say that”
Bread may be one of my favorite things on the planet. Right after chocolate. I would survive just fine on a deserted island if I had freshly baked bread and some form of chocolate (besides white chocolate – not my favorite).
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