Light & Dark

Posted by Claudia Moser on 9:35 AM in , , ,
Under the Fun with Blogging group, the topic for this week is Light and Dark, the below picture should provide a bit of inspiration.

For two days I had no idea what to write but then I had the desire of eating a little bit of chocolate and I adjusted one of my classical recipe to the content of my fruit bowl.

The classical recipe is a truly light and dark dedication, so here we go

4 egg whites
4 egg yolks
1 cup of sugar
1 cup of flour
4 spoons of oil
1 package of vanilla sugar
4 spoons of water
2 spoons of dark chocolate powder

Whisk the egg whites and in parallel melt the sugar with the 4 spoons of water until it turns into sugar liquid. Add it to the egg whites, then the vanilla sugar, and the 4 spoons of oil. 3/4 of the mix will be added in a baking box, and then in the remaining mix add the chocolate powder and pour in on top of the previous mix. Below you see how the original looks.

Photo from here

What I did yesterday? I mixed it all with 4 spoons of chocolate and 2 bananas and I got a lovely cake with a great fruity taste.

Enjoy the day, I will get a piece of cake for my morning coffee while watching one of our favourites series, Psych.



Cake makes a day seem better, and home made cake even more so :-)

@Sarah - true, I love to cook and it shows :)

Hi Claudia. Peter is very lucky that you love to cook. That cake sounds delicious! I just love a slice of cake with a cup of cappuccino. Bliss!

Anonymous says:

This looks Delish as Rachel Ray would say. Great post! Now I'm hungry. LOL.

@Diane - we are both 'sweet' people, and you can see it on us :)))
@Diana - no worries, still 2 pieces left!

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