BeautyMe Love Recipes

BeautyMe Love Recipes

Sunday, December 30, 2012

Steamed Chocolate Walnuts Mixed Fruits Cake

Got this recipe from a book "Steam a cake" by Amy Wong.   I was attracted to this chocolate cake with walnuts and apple but I replaced apple with mixed fruits instead. What I can say about this cake - though don't look pretty but taste yummy! The texture was very soft and the walnuts added a wonderful crunch to the cake. Very happy that everyone in the family likes it. 


200g butter (softened)
130g brown sugar
3 eggs
80g mixed fruits
80g walnuts

Sifted together:
130g self raising flour
2 tbsp cocoa powder


1. Beat butter and brown sugar till fluffy. Add in eggs one at a time and blend well.
2. Add in sifted flour and cocoa powder. Mix well.
3. Add in mixed fruits and walnut and stir evenly.
4. Pour mixture into a greased mould, and steam for 30 mins.

Saturday, December 29, 2012

CNY Cookies

The coming weekends will be extremely busy but fulfilling for me, baking all the cookies for Chinese New Year. 

 Honey Cornflakes Cups

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Christmas Fruit Cake

I have always liked Christmas Fruit Cake with lots & lots of mixed fruits and no rum in it. I found this recipe and thinking how I can modify it without rum and still taste nice and moist. Finally, after experimenting a few times, I managed to get the best Christmas Fruit Cake I always wanted.  

I have modified the ingredients as follows: 
1/2 tsp Mixed spice (replaced with Cinnamon)
100g Pitted prune (omitted)
2 tbsp Rum (replaced with 6 tbsp orange juice)
2 tbsp Rum compound (omitted)
Orange zest from one orange (omitted)


250g Butter
125g Sugar
4 Eggs

Sift together:
200g Plain flour
1/2 tsp Baking powder
1/2 tsp Cinnamon

Mixed together:
500g Mixed dried fruit
little hot water
4 tbsp Orange juice

Nicely packed for my friends.
100g Walnut - chop to small pieces
5 tbsp Orange juice
1 tsp Vanilla extract


1. In a large bowl, add mixed dried fruits together with a little hot water and 4 tbsp of orange juice and mix well, cover with cling wrap until next day.
2. Beat butter and sugar till light and fluffy, slowly add in 5 tbsp orange juice and vanilla extract, mix well.
3. Add eggs, one at a time and scrape bowl.
4. Add 1/4 portion of flour to the mixed dried fruit. Slowly add 3/4 portion of flour mixture to butter mixture, mix well. Stop machine.
5. Pour in mixed dried fruit and chopped walnut, mix well with a rubber spatula then pour into cake tin. Bang tin on table once to settle the content.
6. Bake at preheated oven at 160 deg C for 1 1/2 hour. **After about 30-40 mins when the cake starts to turn brown, cover cake with foil loosely on top and continue baking.
7. Leave cake to cool before slicing.

Chocolate Marshmallows

It's really fun making these chocolate marshmallows for the kids. Really easy to make and the kids will definitely love it. 


Melting chocolate
Colorful sprinkles
Candies (Carrot/Strawberry/Alphabets)
Flowers marshmallows


1. In a small bowl, add in melting chocolate and microwave it till chocolate slightly melted and stir well all melted.
2. Skew the marshmallow to stick and dip marshmallow up to midway.
3. Decorate marshmallow with sprinkles and candies of your choice.
4. Stand it in a container (make sure some space between each sticks) and leave it to dry in fridge for 1 hr.
5. Bag the marshmallows and keep in fridge till ready to give out.

Xmas American Carrot Cake

This is for party at Cynthia's house

This is for Office Xmas Party
Instead of the usual Log Cake we used to eat, I have decided to make these Xmas American Carrot Cakes for 2 parties. Very happy that they were well received by all!

Steamed Banana Muffins

Since there were no breakfast for the kids, so I made these Steamed Banana Muffins for them. I used the Steamed Pumpkin Muffins recipe and just replaced with banana. The texture was soft but I felt they were not sweet enough. I think its important to use ripe banana (especially those with many dots on the skin) in order to get that excellent banana sweetness. 

Mini Fruit Tarts (1)

With the leftover whipping cream after making the potato pies, I used it to make mini fruit tarts. Though time consuming moulding all the small pastry crust but they really looked pretty with the different fruits combination. 


Pastry Crust:
100g Sugar
1 Egg
175g Butter
350g Plain flour

Enborg whipping cream

1 can diced peach


1. Preheat oven to 180 degree Celsius.
2. Place sugar, egg and butter in mixer and beat until sugar is just dissolved. Add sifted plain flour and mix until dough holds together. Press dough evenly to the aluminium fillers and make some holes in the base of tarts.
3. Bake at 180 degree Celsius for 20 mins till lightly brown, then remove and let cool.
4. In a medium-sized heatproof bowl, beat the whipping cream till heavy peak.
6. Spread whipped cream evenly over cooled crust.
7. Top with fruits and glaze with peach syrup to prevent fruits from drying up.

Potato Pies

December has been a very busy month for me, with some vacation overseas and preparation for Xmas parties. Finally I can find some time to sit down to do my blog writing. So you will see quite a few recipes coming up.

I decided to make this Potato Pies after my colleague, Elaine gave me the mini aluminium fillers. I made these for a gathering at my house and everyone liked the pies. It was indeed a nice bit-sized and yummy Potato Pie. 


Pastry Crust:
100g Sugar
1 Egg
175g Butter
350g Plain flour

500g or 2 packs of chicken breast/legs
1 carrot (diced)
1 large onion (diced)
1 can button mushroom (sliced)
olive oil

Marinate chicken:
3 tbsp oyster sauce
2 tsp of Knorr seasoning
2 tbsp dark soya sauce
2 tbsp sesame oil
3 tbsp Parsley flakes
some pepper
1 tbsp corn flour mix with 3 tbsp of water (to thicken the gravy)

Potato Toppings:
500-550g Potatoes (peeled, boil or microwave till cooked)
2 tbsp Soft butter
2 tbsp Whipping cream
1 Egg
1/2 tsp Salt or add to taste
Parsley flakes


Pastry Crust
1. Preheat oven to 180 degree Celsius.
2. Place sugar, egg and butter in mixer and beat until sugar is just dissolved. Add sifted plain flour and mix until dough holds together. Press dough evenly to the aluminium fillers and make some holes in the base of tarts.
3. Bake at 180 degree Celsius for 10 mins, then remove and let cool.
4. Heat up pan with olive oil. Saute diced onion till its fragrant and soft. Add diced carrots and cook for a while. Stir in the chicken, continue to cook in medium heat. Add in mushroom slices and pour in the cornflour mixture till thicken. Taste and add more seasoning to your preference. Set aside.
Potato toppings
5. Using a fork to mash potatoes and add butter, whipping cream, egg and salt. Mix well.
6. Scoop the chicken fillings evenly into each pastry crust.
7. Fill piping bag with mashed potato and pipe onto chicken filling. Sprinkle some parsley flakes on top.
8. Bake in preheated oven at 200C for 20 mins or until light golden brown.

Sunday, December 2, 2012

Crunchy Butter Cookies

I was attracted to this cookies recipe with almond meal in it and decided to make these before going for my vacation tomorrow (3-6 Dec 2012). Indeed, these cookies were crunchy but I felt that they were not sweet enough. I will add another 20g icing sugar the next time I bake these again. 


105g Unsalted Butter (soften)
60g Icing Sugar (original 40g)
35g Egg
120g Plain Flour
35g Almond Meal
1g Salt


1. Whisk butter with icing sugar
2. Gradually add in egg
3. Sieve in the plain flour with almond meal till well-mixed
4. Transfer dough to piping bag with nozzle.
5. Pipe on grease-proof baking paper & bake at 180deg C for about 20 minutes.

Mini Mixed Fruit Cake

My dearest colleagues has given me this fantastic birthday present and I love it so much that I could not wait to fill my bakes on it. So I baked these Mini Mixed Fruit Cake and it just made a perfect match to the Hello Kitty cake tier tray. 

I am hesitant to add rum in this fruit cake as my kids will always be the ones finishing them, so I have replaced it with lemon juice instead. Though it did not have the taste of the usual heavy fruit cake (those with rum in it), these were soft and yummy. I will definitely bake (in a loaf) for Christmas. 


125g Melted Butter
40g Sugar
3 Large eggs, lightly beaten
120g Self raising flour
100g Natural yoghurt
80g Dried mixed fruit + 1 tbsp lemon juice(mix together)
1 tsp Vanilla extra


1. Mix the mixed fruit with 1 tbsp lemon juice and set aside for 30 minutes or longer.
2. In a large bowl, mix well melted butter and sugar together then add beaten eggs, natural yoghurt and vanilla extract. Mix well with a hand whisk.
3. Sieve in self raising flour, mix well and sprinkle some flour onto dried mixed fruit and fold in with a rubber spatula (do not over mix).
4. Spoon mixture to muffin cups or liners to 3/4 full and sprinkle extra mixed fruit on top.
5. Bake at preheated oven at 190C for 20-25 mins or skewer inserted into the centre comes out clean.

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Lemon Cupcakes

Wanted to try baking these Lemon Cupcakes long ago but didn't have the chance as lately very enthusiastic with steaming cakes. This is an easy recipe and it comes with lemon curd which I did not want to include as I do not like it with too much lemon taste. I felt the texture was a little dry (but my son likes it), maybe I have baked it for too long. Also, felt the butter too little (original recipe 113g) so will increase to 120g the next time I baked it again.


120g unsalted butter (at room temperature, cut into small pieces)
130g sugar
3 large eggs
1 tsp pure vanilla extract
Zest of 1 large lemon
60ml milk
195g plain flour
1 1/2 tsp baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt


1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees C.
2. With an electric mixer, beat the butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Add the eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Scrape down the sides of the bowl as needed. Beat in the vanilla extract and lemon zest.
3. In a separate bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder and salt.
4. With the mixer, alternately add the flour mixture and milk, in 3 additions, beginning and ending with flour. Scrape down the sides of the bowl as needed.
5. Fill the muffin cups 3/4 with the batter and bake for about 20 - 25 minutes or until lightly browned and a toothpick inserted into a cupcake comes out clean. 6. Remove from oven and place on a wire rack to cool.

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Steamed Lemon Sponge Cake

Had a holiday break to Taiwan with my eldest daughter last week and now back in action with my baking again. 

Steamed this Lemon Sponge Cake and they looked like the Steamed Egg Muffins (鸡蛋糕) I made previously. I have modified some ingredients - Egg from 250g to 270g (as equivalent to 5 large eggs) and reduced sugar from 190g to 170g (I think can reduce another 10g for those who do not like that sweet). I kind like this cake as it tasted so refreshing with the lemon in it. The texture was not as soft, perhaps the use of cake flour but I will try with self raising flour the next time I make this again.


270g eggs (5 large eggs)
160g sugar
180g cake flour/Self raising flour
3/4 tsp baking powder
3 Tbsp oil
3 Tbsp lemon juice
1 tsp lemon zest


1.Sift flour and baking powder. Set aside.
2. Beat eggs & sugar until ribbon stage, thick & fluffy.
3. Mix oil, lemon juice and lemon zest,and together with sifted flour,pour into egg batter.
4. Mix until just combined and only fold with spatula along the sides.
5. Pour the batter into greased baking tray or paper fillers and rest batter for 10mins before steaming.
6. Steam on high heat for 20-25mins.
7. Cool it on wire rack and slice cake to serve.

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Nutella Muffins

This recipe is really simple using Nutella for the cake as well as toppings. I have never thought of using Nutella as topping before as I felt it will not be able to spread well but surprisingly, it works so perfect like ganache & melting chocolate. You don't even have to melt or mix with other ingredients at all, its so spreadable straight from the bottle. These muffins were soft, light and not too sweet, great for a quick bake.


100g unsalted butter (melted)
1 large eggs
2 heaping tbsp Nutella
100ml milk
180g plain flour/self-raising flour
60g sugar
1.5tsp baking powder(omit if use self raising flour)
pinch of salt


1. Preheat the oven to 180 deg C.
2. Combine the melted butter, egg and nutella, mix until light and creamy.
3. Add milk and mix.
4. Sift together the flour, sugar, baking powder and salt. Add to the wet mixture and mix until just combined (do not over mix).
5. Scoop batter into muffin fillers and bake for 20-25 mins.
6. Let the muffins cool completely and spread top with Nutella. Sprinkle with chopped nuts or decorative toppings of your choice.

Monday, October 29, 2012

Steamed Egg Muffins (鸡蛋糕)

Had craving for my 鸡蛋糕, made these for
breakfast (13 Jul 2014)

I am a lover of 鸡蛋糕 and was so excited when I got this recipe from my colleague, Elaine Ler. The steps indeed were simple and within 20mins, my 1st batch of muffins were out from the steamer. Gave it to my kids to try and surprisingly they loved it. These muffins were not as eggy as I thought but the texture was so soft even for the next 2 days. A great breakfast to make the night before.


230g self raising flour (sifted)
120ml cream soda (Schweppes non sugar)
1 tsp vanilla essence
190g sugar
4 eggs 


1. Whisk egg & sugar till pale color and add vanilla essence.
2. Add 1/3 self raising into creamed mixture and alternating with 1/3 cream soda. Repeat mixing process and stop once all well combined.
3. Pour into cup fillers 3/4 full.
4. Steam for 10mins and ready to serve when cooled.

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Best Lemon Cake

I actually don't quite fancy lemon cake but after trying a few pieces from my friend Jo, I bookmarked this recipe in my "To Do" list.   I had a strong craving to eat lemon cake and so went ahead to bake it even it was already 8pm. Without much effort, I had a slice of yummy lemon cake with a cup of hot milo. 

I have modified a few ingredients, 4 eggs (200g instead of 170g), 40ml lemon juice (instead of 20ml). The cake was soft with a gentle lemon taste and aroma. This is the best lemon cake I ever tried before.


250g good quality unsalted butter
185g castor sugar
4eggs whole eggs
40ml lemon juice
grated zests of 1 lemon
230g self raising flour (sift)
Almond Flakes (Optional)


1. Preheat Oven at 180 degree C and preparing baking tin (I used a 20cm X 20cm pan & a loaf pan).
2. Rubbing lemon zests into sugar until the flavour is infused into the sugar.
3. Cream the butter and infused sugar on medium high speed for about 5 minutes until pale and fluffy.
4. Add beaten eggs (lightly beat in a bowl) into the creamed butter in 6 additions and ensuring each addition is well incorporated before adding the next addition.
5. Add 1/3 of self raising flour to the egg-butter mixture until the last bit of flour is absorbed. Next, add in half the lemon juice and mix until the lemon juice is incorporated.
6. Repeat the mixing process by adding another 1/3 portion of self raising flour, followed by the remaining half of the lemon juice, lastly followed by the remaining 1/3 of the self raising flour. Scrape the sides and bottom of the bowl with a spatula to incorporate loose ingredients.
7. Pour batter into prepared baking tin. Bake for 50 mins at 180 degrees C. 

Strawberry Jelly Hearts Cheescake

This is my 2nd attempt making this Strawberry Jelly Hearts. The first time, I was too rushed to get it done and didn't wait for the cheese mixture with strawberries to be chilled enough before I poured the jelly mixture. All the strawberries started to swim in the jelly mixture. This time, I have obediently followed the instruction from Jelly Hearts Cake & Juice's recipe (advertised on Newspaper dated 8 Aug 2012) and all went well. Although it took me alot of time and patience to make these desserts, but I felt great accomplishment when I saw the final products.   


300g Digestive Biscuits
120g butter (melted)

250g cream cheese
10g gelatin powder
50g sugar
450ml boiling water
1 box of jelly crystal
250ml cold water


1. Mix  biscuits crumbs & melted butter together and press firmly with the help of a spoon onto the base of the cup. Chill for 4 hours.
2. With an electric mixer, beat cream cheese until smooth & creamy.
3. Dissolve gelatin powder and sugar with 200ml boiling water.
4. Pour gelatin solution into cream cheese mixture and mix well.
5. Scoop the cheese mixture into the biscuit base and chill for 2hours.
6. Cut strawberry into half and cut a deep V in the centre. Press each strawberry half into the cream cheese mixture. Let the strawberry sink in gently. Chill for at least 4 hours or overnight.
7. Dissolve the jelly crystal in 250ml of boiling water, followed by 250ml of cold water. Pour jelly onto the cheese mixture. Chill for 2 hrs and ready to serve. 

Friday, October 26, 2012

Steamed Chocolate Cupcakes

I was so fascinated with this cupcakes when my colleagues, Liz showed me. Since I am not a chocolate person, I just pinched a small part to have a taste of it and surprisingly, it was yummy! The cupcakes were so soft and spongy even for the next few days. The steps are simple and used steaming method. I gave these cupcakes to my kids and nephews, some like them steamed but some still prefer them baked. So it really depends on individual preferences. 

Here are some tips about steam cakes that I got from the experts:
1) Remember to beat the eggs + sugar very well. And by that, it means more than 10 mins of high speed whipping.
2) Heat up your steamer before putting the batter - filled moulds in.
3) Do not open the steamer halfway through the steaming process.
4) Fill the moulds all the way, don't worry about the batter spilling over during steaming -  it won't.
5) Do not let water into your batter, not even a drop. They are really sensitive and won't rise as nicely if that happens.


3 eggs
130g sugar
1/4 salt
100g corn oil
100g Orange juice
(C) Sift together
180g flour
20g cocoa powder
1tsp baking soda/sodium bicarbonate
2tsp baking powder


1. Whisk A together until sugar dissolves and add in B, mix until well blended.
2. Mix in sieved C, mix until well combined.
3. Pour into cup fillers, slightly more than 1/2 cup.
4. Steam for 10 mins and let it cool before you place the flower marshmallow on top (use a little nutella to stick the marshmallow to cupcakes).

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Wonders of Agar Agar

I am submitting this recipe to the Aspiring Bakers #24 (October 2012) : Jellies & Puddings hosted by Charmaine of MiMi Bakery House. I found this Milo Agar Agar quite interesting and made some modification to it. I have added Oreo/Chocolate balls/KitKat to the milk layer to create another magnificient flavour and texture. Thanks to my friend, Shirlyn Lee for the pretty flower bottles. 


Milo Layer:
6 gm agar agar powder
500 ml water
90 gm sugar
5 heaped tbsp Milo powder

Milk Layer:
6 gm agar agar powder
300 ml water
90 gm sugar
200 ml Carnation Low Fat Evaporated Milk 
A few drops of vanilla essence
Filling (your preference):
1) Oreo (break into pieces but keep the sandwich together)
2) Chocolate balls
3) Kit kat (break into pieces)


1. In a pot, add water, sugar, Milo and agar agar powder into a pot. Cook until all has been dissolved.
2. In another pot, add water, sugar, agar agar powder and Carnation Low Fat Evaporated Milk into a pot. Cook until all has been dissolved. Stir in vanilla essence.
3.Carefully spoon the milo mixture for the base. let it set slightly on surface before pouring the milk layer on top.
4. Sprinkle oreo cookies & let it set and pour the milo mixture on top.

1) Do not wait until the layer is completely set before pouring the next layer, or else it will not stick.
2)Make sure the mixture is still hot when pouring on the earlier layer so that it will stick well.

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Vanilla Butter Cake

Made this Vanilla Butter Cake with Chocolate Rice for one of my colleague who will be leaving our company soon. Interestingly, this recipe (which I got from Women's Weekly Magazine) was very soft and less buttery. Will try to make the vanilla icing the next time I make this cake.


125g butter
170g caster sugar
1 tsp vanilla essence
2 eggs
250g self-raising flour (sifted)
120g fresh milk
Chocolate rice for toppings.

Vanilla Icing* (Optional)
220g icing sugar
15g butter
1-2 Tbsps hot water
1 tsp vanilla essence


1. Preheat oven at 180 deg C. Lightly grease and line a deep 20cm round cake pan.
2. In a large bowl, using an electric mixer, beat butter, sugar and vanilla essence together until pale and creamy. Add eggs one at a time, beating well after each addition, scraping down sides of bowl.
3. Lightly fold flour into creamed mixture alternating with milk, beginning and ending with flour.
4. Spoon mixture into pan, smoothing top. Bake 40 to 45 mins, or until a skewer comes out clean. Cool on a pan for 5 mins, before turning onto wire rack to cool completely.

Note : * For icing, sift icing sugar into a bowl  Add butter, water and vanilla. Beat well until mixture has a smooth, spreadable consistency. spread over cooled cake.

Orange Agar-Agar

Since I have alot of oranges left making the Orange Muffins without butter, I made used of the orange juices to make these Orange Agar-Agar. A very easy recipe to ripe up a nice refreshing desserts for a  hot day. 


2tsp agar-agar powder
400ml pure orange juices (from 4 oranges) or mix with store-bought orange juices
50g rock sugar


1. Cut the orange to half. Extract the juice using a manual juice extractor, drained.
2. Remove the flesh and reserve the orange “shell”.
3. Mix agar-agar powder, orange juices and rock sugar in a saucepan.
4. Bring to boil till rock sugar dissolved, drained. Cool the mixture slightly.
5. Pour into the reserved orange “shells”.
6. Chill in the refrigerator for several hours till cool and set. Serve chilled.

Orange Muffins without Butter

I always feel disheartened doing folding method (the cake usually don't rise well) but I have decided to give it another try on these Orange Muffins. I was also attracted with this recipe that does not use butter and indeed the texture was fantastic! I have succeeded with the folding this time and the muffins were light, spongy with a strong orange aroma.  


3 egg yolks
30g Sugar
35g fresh orange juice
Orange zest from one large orange
70g natural yoghurt
80g plain flour
10g corn flour
1/2 tsp baking powder
A pinch of salt

3 egg whites
70g sugar


1. Beat egg yolks and sugar until white at medium speed and add orange juice, natural yoghurt and mix well.
2. Remove bowl from machine, add in sifted flour (plain flour, corn flour & baking powder) and mix well with a hand whisk, follow by orange zest, mix well again.
3. Whisk egg whites and sugar until peak form.
4. Fold 1/4 of egg white to egg yolk mixture with a rubber spatula until well mix and fold in remaining egg white in two batches.
5. Scoop batter into muffin liners to 3/4 full and place them on a baking tray.
6. Bake at preheated oven at 170C for about 25-30 minutes or until skewer inserted comes out clean.
7. Bang the baking tray together with the small cakes on the counter top 2-3 times once they are cooked, as this will prevent the cakes shrink. Leave to cool and store them in an airtight container in room temperature for 2-3 days.

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Steamed Pumpkin Pau

I had some leftover mooncake lotus paste and so I decided to make these steamed Pumpkin Pau with them. I adapted this recipe from Nasi Lemak Lover but I guessed my skills wasn't as good compared to hers. I found the dough of 30g a bit too much (as it will rise larger), I reduced to 25g instead. My MIL and my girl said it was nice, tasted like the normal pau sold outside.


150g mashed pumpkin
225g all purpose flour
1 tbsp sugar
1/3 tsp salt

To make Yeast water
1 tbsp lukewarm water
1 tsp sugar
1 tsp instant yeast

Lotus paste (you can replaced with red bean paste, peanut or etc)
Pumpkin skin- cut into small piece to make as pumpkin’s stem


1. Add in all ingredients and yeast water in a mixing bowl and knead till smooth dough.
2. Cover with damp cloth and rest for 60 mins.
3. Knock down dough to expel some air, transfer to a lightly floured surface and knead for a while.
4. Weigh out 25g of dough and roughly shape into a ball.
5. Weight lotus paste 15g and lightly shape into ball.
6. Fatten out the dough into a circle. Place lotus filling onto the center, wrap and pleat up the sides and seal.
7. Use a butter knife, mark from top and lightly press down towards bottom, keep a small gap in between, repeat this step till whole dough ball finished. Place a small piece of pumpkin skin at the middle and lightly press down.
8. Place the pumpkin buns (pleat area face down) onto a piece of greaseproof paper, on the rack for steaming. Cover with a piece of damp cloth and let rise for another 10-15 mins.
9. Lightly mark bun with butter knife again (to sharpen the pattern), steam the buns under rapidly boiling water on high heat for about 15mins.
10. Wait for 2mins then only open the lid and remove from the steamer.

Chocolate Walnuts Brownies

Saw this recipe in one of the magazines with very simple steps, so I gave it a shot. Since I am not a chocolate person, I will not know if these are the perfect brownies. Got my 2 nephews and my 2 kids tasted and glad to hear they found it delicious. For those who like chewy and not too fudgy type of brownies, I think you will like them.


100g plain chocolate
125g unsalted butter
2 eggs
130g caster sugar (reduced from 150g)
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
65g all-purpose flour
100g chopped walnuts


1. Add the soft butter to the melted chocolate. Mix together with the hand whisk.
2. With an electric mixer, whisk the eggs and sugar together, and add in chocolate mix.
3. Add vanilla extract, flour and stir in walnuts. Mix well.
4. Pour the mix into a baking tin and level with a spatula.
5. Bake at 190 deg C for 35-40 mins.