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    Great thread keep them coming!

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    I have a recipe for thick cafe-style mayple syrup pancakes. But don't have exact measurements since its one I've modified and I add until I'm happy without measuring, so I'll guesstimate for everyone. Add more or less if you want nothing is concrete.

    Ingredients

    2 eggs
    1cup to 1 1/2cups of milk
    1 tablespoon of caster sugar
    Around 3-5 drops of vanilla Essence
    2-3 tablespoons of greens maple syrup
    (Or add whatever flavour you want to inject like mushed blueberries or bananas, sky's the limit!)
    About 2 cups of self raising flour


    Method

    Mix eggs, sugar, vanilla essence together until combined then slowly add milk stir until fully combined.

    Now add the syrup or the core flavour you're using and combine with the rest.

    Lastly slowly add the flour, adding too much will leave a bitter taste from the flour so you don't have to use it all but add enough so it gets thick. You want the mixture to be not too thick but not too runny its hard to explain so adding slowly until you're happy is key to getting it right.

    Cook them on a medium to low heat , flip when you see bubbles appear on one side and watch them rise.

    Serve with whatever topping you please.

    These are amazing play with the recipe since its very barebones, three pancakes usually fill me up because they are thick and filling and awesome with banana.

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    I am onto a winner with nothing but applause for this little beauty!

    White chocolate berrymisu!


    From its soft, flavour-soaked biscuit base layered with chocolate and cream through to its delectable berry topping, this dessert is an absolute knockout!

    Ingredients (serves 8)
    500g packet frozen raspberries
    180g white chocolate, chopped
    1/4 cup cocoa powder, sifted
    2 cups boiling water
    250g cream cheese, softened
    300ml thickened cream
    3 eggs
    2/3 cup icing sugar mixture
    1 1/2 x 250g packets sponge finger biscuits

    To serve
    1 cup thawed raspberries
    1 tsp vanilla bean paste
    2 tbsp caster sugar

    Method
    Place 2 cups raspberries on a plate lined with paper towel. Set aside until thawed. Place chocolate in a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave on medium-high (75%) for 1 to 2 minutes, stirring with a metal spoon every 30 seconds, or until smooth. Set aside to cool. Place cocoa powder in a shallow, heatproof bowl. Gradually whisk in boiling water to combine. Set aside to cool for 10 minutes.
    Using an electric mixer, beat cream cheese in a bowl until smooth. Add cream. Beat for 2 minutes or until thickened and combined. Gradually beat in chocolate.
    Wash and dry beaters. Beat eggs and icing sugar in a large bowl for 8 minutes or until mixture is thick and creamy. Fold egg mixture, in 2 batches, into cream mixture.
    Dip half the biscuits, 1 at a time, into cocoa mixture to coat. Arrange over base of a 7cm-deep, 21.5cm x 29cm (base) dish. Spoon half the cream mixture over biscuits. Top with thawed raspberries. Dip remaining biscuits in cocoa mixture. Arrange over raspberries, pushing slightly into mixture. Spoon over remaining cream mixture. Cover. Refrigerate overnight.
    Place serving raspberries in a bowl with vanilla bean paste and caster sugar, mix and let stand for 10 minutes. Arrange remaining raspberries over tiramisu. Drizzle with raspberry juice and mixture. Serve.


    Enjoy!!

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    i have recently become slice obsessed,am making them every few days!!!
    heres the ones I love and soooo super quick and easy!!

    HEDGEHOG SLICE
    Packet scothc fingers
    3/4 cup baking nuts (almonds,pecans,walnuts whateves u like)
    cup sultanas (optional)
    125g butter
    125g sugar
    2 Tablespoons Cocoa
    2 Tablespoons coconut
    tsp vanilla ess
    1 egg

    Crush up bikkies,add rest of dry ingredients
    Melt butter then stir in sugar.
    Stir thru bikkie mix then add egg and vanilla
    Press into slice tin and top with icing
    1 1/2 cups icing sugar,2 TblSp Cocoa,2-3 Tblspn water
    Pop in fridge til set!


    JAM OAT SLICE
    1/2 cup butter
    1 cup self raising flour
    1/2 cup plain flour
    1 3/4 cup oats
    1 cup of brown sugar

    Mix til crumbly,press 3/4 mix into slice tin,then spread with jam.Crumble remainign 1/4 mix over top and bake for 30 mins

    CHOC BROWNIES
    250G butter
    2 cups sugar
    4 eggs
    1 1/2 cups plain flour
    3/4 cup cocoa
    choc bits

    Melt butter,remove from heat then add sugar stir till glossy
    add eggs one at a time
    addd flour mix
    bake for 30 mins

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    Mmmmmmm ;-) will add some of my yummy favs 2morrow

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    Going with the slice theme...

    This one is super easy and so yummy!

    CHOC MINT SLICE
    Ingredients
    1 can sweetened condensed milk
    1 pack choc ripple biscuits
    1 block of peppermint filled chocolate ( I used Cadbury)
    125g butter

    Process biscuits until finely crumbed, set aside.
    In a saucepan melt together chocolate, butter and condensed milk until smooth.
    Mix biscuits with chocolate mix, spread onto a lamington/slice tray and put in fridge to set for a couple of hours.

    So not healthy but really good.

    Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by L1STBUB View Post
    Going with the slice theme...

    This one is super easy and so yummy!

    CHOC MINT SLICE
    Ingredients
    1 can sweetened condensed milk
    1 pack choc ripple biscuits
    1 block of peppermint filled chocolate ( I used Cadbury)
    125g butter

    Process biscuits until finely crumbed, set aside.
    In a saucepan melt together chocolate, butter and condensed milk until smooth.
    Mix biscuits with chocolate mix, spread onto a lamington/slice tray and put in fridge to set for a couple of hours.

    So not healthy but really good.

    Enjoy!
    YUM! I'm making this tomorrow!


 

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