Easy Chocolate Muffin

Easy & delicious~ Good when you want to have some fun in kitchen, or bake something easy for snacks, friends and family~ Stay moist on next day.

Recipe:

Mix in bowl (A):

130g all purpose flour

30g chocolate powder

1/4 t baking soda

1 t baking powder

1/4 t salt

Mix in another bowl (B):

70g brown sugar

1 egg

50g melted butter

120g milk

Also: 50g chocoalte chips (C)

Mix A, B & C. Bake at 220C for 10 mins, then lower temp to 200C for another 5 mins

Adapted from a HK newspaper. Temperature should be 200C? Mine was 220C as I forgot to lower the temperature. Anyway the muffins rose high…Note that the mixture was wet, but the result was good. :)

Double Espresso Brazil Nut Cake

This is my first post ever on cake. It’s Dan Lepard’s recipe in The Guardian. I love coffee so much and I really like the idea of adding fine grind coffee beans to this cake. The coffee bean I used? It’s Sumatra Mandheling from my french press this week… Heehee. This cake also has 2 other ingredients that I like a lot: spelt and brazil nuts. The brazil nuts pair with the coffee very well. My cake texture seemed a little coarse, maybe I should chop the nuts finer next time? Anyway, I love the taste of this cake. Yum… :-)

I didn’t make cakes for long time and almost forgot some steps. Hope this cake looks fine. Less icing maybe? No idea about icing on a cake at all!

Recipe is from the Guardian website and the link is here 


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