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Chocolate Cake In 5 Minutes! — Dizzy Dee

Chocolate Cake In 5 Minutes! — Dizzy Dee
So, Someone gave me a link to This Yesterday, and after reading the comments I decided to try this, but with modifications. I mixed together THROUGHLY: 1/2 tsp. Baking Soda 3 1/2 Tbsp. Flour 2 Tbsp. Cocoa Powder 4 Tbsp. and in a separate bowl, mixed 1 Egg white and half of the yolk. I added the wet ingredients to the dry, and stirred it up until all of it was moistened(no major clumps of dry ingredients-some small though. which is fine, because it bakes out.)According to the comments, over-mixing it will make a tough and rubbery cake. Looking online, I found a Chocolate Sauce Recipe, and I 1/4th’d it. 1/4 Cup Sugar(I used normal, white granulated sugar) 1/2 Tbsp. I mixed the dry ingredients VERY THROUGHLY first, then added the wet. I believe while the cake is nuking you could easily make the sauce in time, assuming you put the ingredients in the saucepan first. It was JUST THE RIGHT AMOUNT of sauce for this cake! Related:  Cake and cupcakes

Wednesday Baking-Ice Cream Crunch Cake This is yet another no-bake recipe for you to use when it’s just too hot to turn on your oven. I found this recipe years ago when I signed up for a Recipe-A-Day email list. It’s not the most frugal recipe ever (brownies or some other baked good will usually be cheaper), but it’s a lot cheaper than a prepared ice cream cake is, especially if you manage to find ice cream on a good sale. This makes a fairly large cake so if you have a small family, you might want to cut the recipe in half. You’ll end up with a shorter cake, but it still tastes just as good. The recipe calls for a springform pan, which is what I use, but if you don’t have one, you could just use a 9×13 pan and cut the cake into squares instead of wedges. 6 cups Rice Krispies 12 oz. package chocolate chips 2/3 cup peanut butter 1 gallon of ice cream, whatever flavor you like, so long as it goes with peanut butter and chocolate Alternatively, you can layer different flavors of ice cream.

Rellenitos de Platanos sweet saturday: one minute peanut butter cake Picture this scene: it’s 8:30 in the evening. The sky is just starting to get dark outside your living room window. You ate a delicious, healthy and veggie-filled dinner a few hours ago and now you are ready to sit down to the most recent episode of So You Think You Can Dance and dive into a decadent plate of dessert. Oh wait, you have no dessert. No chocolate, no cookies, no ice cream, no cake, no pie, not even a Jordan almond. Well she’s to go to her microwave. You can make a delicious, fluffy, moist peanut butter cake in your microwave in about one minute (30 seconds mixing, 30 seconds zapping). The options are also pretty endless. One Minute Peanut Butter Cake Print This Recipe Serves One Like my peanut butter microwave cake? Ingredients: 1 egg, beaten1 tablespoon brown sugar1/2 teaspoon baking powder1 heaping tablespoon flour2 tablespoons peanut butter1 teaspoon milk1 tablespoon powdered sugar (give or take) Directions:

Big Red Kitchen: Little Peach Cakes More Food Crafts:Chocolate Covered Strawberry Mallow CandiesRainbow Cupcakes with Rainbow FrostingCandy Cake The title of this post sounds like a term of endearment someone may bestow on a cute little child, but no, the photo is a shot of my Little Peach Cakes made this morning for when my niece and nephew come over to play. My own children were amazed at how real these little cakes appeared. They were almost too cute to cut into and eat but everyone loves a fresh peach right? I had spotted these in a magazine years and years ago (maybe Southern Living?) A piece of cinnamon stick and a peppermint leaf complete the finishing touches. Little Peach Cakes What you will need: 2 Wilton Mini Ball Pans1/2 Duncan Hines Yellow cake mix, 1/4 cup butter, 2 eggs, 1/3 cup milkred liquid food coloringyellow liquid food coloring3/4 cup granulated sugar, divided1 cinnamon stick6-12 fresh peppermint leaves12 whole almondsOne batch Buttercream Frosting Ice cream or sorbet, optionalRaspberry sauce, optional 1.

coffee-toffee ice cream cake - Recipe Goldmine recipes Ingredients: 2 1/4 cups crumbled macaroons* 3 cups chocolate ice cream, slightly softened 5 Heath bars or 5 ounces English toffee, coarsely chopped 4 tablespoons chocolate syrup 3 tablespoons coffee liqueur 3 cups vanilla ice cream, slightly softened *Other cookies, i.e. chocolate wafers or vanilla cookies can be substituted for the macaroons. Method: 1. 2. makes » recipe: ice cream cake (but not like you think) If you’ve been following along, you’re probably aware that I collect cookbooks. Specifically, cookbooks created by New England civic organizations between 1950 and 1980 for fundraising purposes. With yard sale season in full swing, I find myself solvent with new recipe ideas, among them one I found in this vandalized and water-damaged collection. The picture on the cover somewhat suggests the architecture of Calvary Baptist Church in Easthampton, but I bought the book in Millbury and it has no date (I’ve never been to that Church, I just tried to do some due diligence in my googling). And hey, no cake flour or fancy measuring required, because we’re using cake mix. I let my ice cream soften by scooping it up into small chunks and letting it sit a few minutes. The recipe calls for greasing & flouring a tube pan. After 4 minutes of beating, the batter kinda just looks like . . . well, melted ice cream. She was right. Preheat oven to 350o.

Gastronomer's Guide: Simple Tiramisu For a lazy summer afternoon, tiramisu is the perfect pick-me-up. Its literal translation is pick me up (tira mi su). Tiramisu is one of those desserts that has as many different versions as there are mothers in Italy. This is my simple yet traditional version of the easy to assemble, no-bake, no-cook dessert. Mascarpone can be found in Italian specialty stores usually in an 8-ounce or 17-ounce container. Note: Leave out the raw eggs if you are uncomfortable using them or use pasteurized eggs. 4 large eggs, separated1 cup plus 1 tablespoon sugar16 ounces mascarpone cheese1-1/2 cups brewed coffee1/2 cup coffee liqueur40 store-bought ladyfingers1 cup heavy creamcocoa powderbittersweet chocolate In a large bowl, beat egg yolks and cup of sugar until light and fluffy. In a stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment, beat egg whites until soft peaks form. In a small bowl combine coffee and coffee liqueur. Dust with cocoa powder and garnish with grated and/or shaved bittersweet chocolate.

Flour Child | For the love of dessert Root Beer Float Cake Before I made this cake on Sunday afternoon, I sat down with a nice, tall root beer float. Sure, it was 10:30 in the morning. I suppose that technically that means I had a root beer float for breakfast. That’s one of the great thing about being an adult, you can have a float for breakfast with no resistance. Something about a root beet float puts me on a conveyor belt back to some really random childhood memories. But cake!? Answers and cake, just a click away. Here’s what you should know about the Root Beer Float Cake. The cake doesn’t have the same memory inducing effects as a real root beer float. Try this cake. Root Beer Float Cake Baked: New Frontiers in Baking Print this Recipe! 2 cups root beer (don’t use diet) 1 cup dark unsweetened cocoa powder 1/2 cup unsalted butter, cut into 1/2 inch cubes 1 1/4 cup granulated sugar 1/2 cup dark brown sugar 2 cups all-purpose flour 1 1/4 teaspoons baking soda 1 teaspoon salt 2 large eggs Preheat even to 325 degrees F. Chocolate Root Beer Frosting

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