I was craving for some cookies. But I wanted soft ones. So I just googled and made the first recipe that come out. I only realised right this moment that I adopted Martha Steward’s recipe. While I was baking this, all I can think of is so much cookies. I made the normal size and a smaller size for certain people. But it just never end. Well, it does said it made about 3 dozens cookies. So yeah my fault for not really reading fully you see. I wanted to make a lot of them but 36 pieces is quite a lot. But you know, with soft cookies, they just go down faster. So you will end up eating a lot of them in one seating.
It’s a double chocolate chip cause I used normal milk chocolate chips and mini dark chocolate chips.
Make ~36 cookies
175C preheated oven, lined baking sheets
2 1/4c flour
1/2tsp baking soda
3/4c packed brown sugar
1c milk choco chips
1c dark choco chips
Whisk flour and baking soda, put aside.
In another bowl, beat butter and sugars until light and fluffy.
Stir in the vanilla and eggs.
Add the flour mixture and combine.
Stir in choco chips.
Drop tablespoon size balls on the baking sheet.
Bake until edges are golden about 8-10 minutes.
I’ve been searching for a recipe that don’t really need much egg as I only had 1 egg but I want some fondue cake. So after going through countless recipes, I figure that I can roughly whip something up. I can predict that there will be a lot more molten cake recipes here as there’s just too many way to bake this. So here’s one that is very moist and more melted chocolate than there is cake. Personally I prefer more fudge like, but everyone else seems to prefer this consistency.
Vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg is optional.
200C preheated oven, oil-sprayed ramekins
80g dark chocolate
60g butter (I used salted)
2 tbs white sugar
2 tbs vegetable oil (I use olive oil)
1 tsp flour
1/2 tsp vanilla
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp nutmeg
Melt chocolate and butter.
In another bowl, whisk egg, sugar and oil until incorporated. (Add in a pinch of salt if use unsalted butter)
Slowly pour the chocolate mixture into the egg mixture and continue whisking. Or if melted chocolate is cooled, just pour all, then mix.
Add the flour and stir until no more white can be seen.
Then add the rest of the spices and mix.
Pour into the prepared ramekins.
Place onto a baking tray for easy removal from oven.
Baked for about 12-13 minutes.
The sides will slightly remove from the dish and the centre will slightly still be jiggly.
Run a knife along the ramekins.
Once slightly cool, top it over onto a plate.
Dust with icing power and serve with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream.
Now this is a cake to bake for the whole family. Or something you can eat for 8 days straights. I would have to learn to divide the ingredients and just make a portion for 2, but I was trying to get rid of my cream cheese. I was baking a sultana cake (total fail), and broke 2 eggs and had half of 250g butter left. Since it was soft butter, I just had to do something.
This recipe is taken from joyofbaking.com but I did roughly adjust the ingredients.
Make 16 mini servings
160C preheated oven, 9inch square tin lined with foil
150g dark chocolate (I use 100g 80% cocoa, 50g 65% cocoa)
1 cup (200g) white sugar
1 tsp vanilla
1/2 cup flour
A pinch of salt
For the cheesecake:
227g cream cheese (I use Cowhead)
1/3 cup white sugar
1/2 tsp vanilla
Melt butter and chocolate, I use a double boiler.
Once cool, whisk in the sugar and the vanilla extract.
Mix in the eggs, one by one.
Add in the flour and salt, then mix until no more white can be seen.
Pour almost all into baking tin, leaving a palm size gallop for the marbling.
To make the cream cheese, beat the cream cheese until smooth.
Mix in the sugar.
Add in the egg and vanilla.
Pour the mixture slowly on top the brownie mixture.
Drop the remainder brownie mix in 4 by 4. I just randomly drop them.
Use a toothpick/skewer or butter knife and swirl the mixture together to get a nice marble effect. (I pretty much rubbish at swirling)
Baked for about 30 minutes.
Let cool and chill in fridge for a few hours cause cheesecake is best served cold.
I wanted to use the whole can of all purpose cream, so this recipe will make 4 servings. If you want, you can half all the ingredients and use the other half of the cream for creamy pasta.
Make 4 servings
2 eggs, separated
50g cocoa powder
4 tbs warm water
1 can all purpose cream
2 tbs sugar
Mix cocoa and sugar with water.
Add egg yolks and mix until creamy.
Add all purpose cream.
In another bowl, whisk egg whites until stiff.
Fold into chocolate mixture.
Pour into serving glasses and chill.
I usually chill it overnight.