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Your Daily Sweets: What Are You Making and Baking? (2016 – 2017)

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Today something light, healthy and easy to prepare - Millet groats breakfast 

 

Ingredients (for 2 people):
50g of millet flakes
300ml of coconut milk
3 tablespoons of xylitol
½ teaspoon of vanilla essence
3 apples
½ teaspoon of cinnamon
2 tablespoons of sesame seeds
2 tablespoons of sunflower seeds

 

the whole recipe is here

 

 

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Made a showpiece for a Facebook giveaway action.

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Tonight's Dessert.....simple Lemon Bars but, I have so many extra egg whites I decided to top them off with a meringue 

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The cake baking thing is an exploratory experience for me, however, my newly found sweet tooth is very happy. Yesterday I made a yoghurt and walnut cake from the book "Crazy water, pickled lemons" by Diana Henry. The recipe involved a coffee, sugar and brandy syrup being poured over after baking. Directions to let it sit overnight were considered, but the sweet tooth won out....

 

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3 hours ago, sartoric said:

The cake baking thing is an exploratory experience for me, however, my newly found sweet tooth is very happy. Yesterday I made a yoghurt and walnut cake from the book "Crazy water, pickled lemons" by Diana Henry. The recipe involved a coffee, sugar and brandy syrup being poured over after baking. Directions to let it sit overnight were considered, but the sweet tooth won out....

 

Quite a coincidence!  I pulled out Crazy Water Pickled Lemons today and marked a couple of recipes to try.   Your cake looks lovely.

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Easter treats for everybody!

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3 hours ago, ninagluck said:

Easter treats for everybody!

 


Awesome! I'll start watching my mailbox!

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It's kinda like wrestling a gorilla... you don't stop when you're tired, you stop when the gorilla is tired.

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Posted (edited)

@David Ross,

I'm planning to try your lemon bars, which look wonderful. Assuming I use your recommended 9 x 9 pan, about how many servings do you think the recipe would make?  Thanks.


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Posted (edited)

I made a half recipe of the lemon & ricotta cake from Diana Henry's Simple.  The recipe is available online here.

After doing the appropriate geometry calculations, I determined a 6-inch springform pan would be pretty close to half the surface area of an 8-inch pan. I got distracted and feared it was way over-baked due to the browning but after cutting a slice, it's still very soft and moist inside. If I do it again, I may drop the oven temp a bit. I used limes instead of lemons because my lime tree is loaded with fruit. Served with blackberries, candied lime peel and a wee glass of homemade limoncello (also made from limes)

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Very nice and not too sweet!


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3 hours ago, Jim D. said:

@David Ross,

I'm plan to try your lemon bars, which look wonderful. Assuming I use your recommended 9 x 9 pan, about how many servings do you think the recipe would make?  Thanks.

 

I'm not David but I did make his delicious squares.  I cut it in 9 pieces but that was too big, although we did manage to eat them.  I think 12 would be good.

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9 minutes ago, ElsieD said:

 

I'm not David but I did make his delicious squares.  I cut it in 9 pieces but that was too big, although we did manage to eat them.  I think 12 would be good.

Thanks very much for that answer. It's exactly what I needed to know.

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16 hours ago, Jim D. said:

@David Ross,

I'm planning to try your lemon bars, which look wonderful. Assuming I use your recommended 9 x 9 pan, about how many servings do you think the recipe would make?  Thanks.

 

I made them again this weekend for Easter dinner, but I think I cut them too big.  I cut about 9 bars, but they are so rich I noticed folks take a few bites and stop.  I would recommend cutting it into 12 bars.

 

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Today the recipe for "Fluffy pancakes" which I use to prepare for my kids:

 

Ingredients:
 

200g of kefir
2 eggs
150g of flour
1 teaspoon of baking powder
half a teaspoon of baking soda
2 tablespoons of brown sugar
2 tablespoon of oil

 

The whole recipe is here

 

 

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My annual Easter cakes! One of them also served as a birthday cake - that one is a double egg surrounded by edible grass! Strawberry and green apple flavors - it was determined that it tastes like those little penny candy space ships we used to eat as kids or communion wafers....!

thanks for looking!

Ruth

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