15 Ways to Naturally Colour & Flavour White Chocolate. Creating desserts with dark and white chocolate is great, but sometimes you may get bored with the restricted choice of colours. Since my recent post about the simple chocolate painting technique I’ve felt the urge to find methods to dye chocolate so I could paint more elaborate pictures. The difficulty is that chocolate doesn’t mix well with regular liquid food colouring, so I decided to go with powder alternatives instead, some of them homemade. I refrained from using artificial food colouring. It’s not that I condemn it because of fear of health risks – It’s rather because I like being challenged.
The fact that I, erm, don’t have access to artificial colouring powder might count as a reason as well. I’ve had a lot of fun experimenting and came up with 15 ways to colour and flavour white chocolate naturally. In all the examples here, I melted regular white chocolate in block form, mixed it with the corresponding powder and let it harden in a silicone mold. Colour: Well, it’s brown. Good Ol’ Homemade Brownies — Buns In My Oven.
This may be a cooking blog, but I find myself sharing some of my deepest, darkest secrets (never having tried oatmeal before, for instance) here.
So far you all have accepted me and all the horrible things I’ve kept hidden for years and years. I can only hope that you will continue to stand by my side as I reveal this next bit of private information about myself. I prefer my brownies to be made from a box mix. I’m sorry, okay? It’s just who I am and I have to be me. Except, well, I’ve recently discovered a brownie recipe so beautiful and delicious and rich and fudgy and chocolatey and oh goodness, I should just go ahead and admit it.
Just go ahead and scroll back up there and look at those brownies! This recipe starts out by melting butter and sugar together in a sauce pan, and I know, there are lots of one bowl brownie recipes out there, but these guys are worth the extra dirty dish. You’ll need to prepare yourself for this next part. Alright, so one lick won’t hurt anyone. Look! Print. How To Make Banana Cake. I’ve had plenty of banana bread in my day.
But it always seems like more of a cold weather food. Go figure, a tropical fruit that makes a cold weather bread. Doesn’t make sense, but that’s how it is. This cake, though, is lighter than any banana bread I’ve ever had. And with the brown sugar buttercream frosting, it’s an amazing summertime treat. Ingredients 2 cups sugar ½ cup butter (1 stick) 2 egg yolks 3 cups all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda ½ teaspoon salt 1 cup milk 3 crushed bananas 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 egg whites, beaten Metric conversion (estimate) 500 g sugar 60 g butter 2 egg yolks 375 g all-purpose flour 7 g baking powder 4.7 g baking soda 2.4 g salt 235 ml milk 3 crushed bananas 5 ml vanilla 2 egg whites, beaten Directions Combine the sugar and butter and beat on low speed until completely combined.
Add the egg yolks and beat on high speed until the mixture is smooth and fluffy. When you’re done, you should have a nice, soft, fluffy batter. Online Video Cooking School. Marijuana Ice Cream Recipe. Who can resist the comfort of an ice cream, more so, when it was added with the twist of marijuana?
With this delectable piece, you will surely hit the kitchen and start creating your concoction. Consuming the drug in this form will surely remove you worries of the smoke that you probably are getting irritated at. And for those who have not tried cannabis, this would probably push you to taste some. Enjoy your first experience with Mary Jane with this marijuana ice cream recipe. Ingredients: 25 grams of butter 18 fluid ounces of single cream 75 grams of sugar A pinch of salt ¼ ounce crumbled hash or 10 grams crushed bud 15 ounces of bananas (peeled) 3 tablespoons of rum 5 tablespoons of honey Directions: •Heat the cream in a saucepan until before it boils.
This recipe is ideal to serve six marijuana ice creams.