This Easter egg nest cake from The Tales of Pigling Bland is another gluten free treat - with a fascinating method that involves allowing your cake to completely collapse, before filling it with a rich chocolate cream
Then beat in the eggs, one by one, adding a little of the flour if necessary to prevent curdling. Alternating bursts of malty and chocolate flavours assailed our tastebuds in the nicest way - try one get one free
I can’t go without saying again just how much this humbles and reminds me to how lucky I am to be able to choose organic chocolate, organic eggs, organic butter, raw honey and ground almonds for my favourite treat cake recipes
Switch out the nuts for any form of dried fruit or finely chopped chocolate chips. As i was popping a bag of chopped rhubarb into the freezer i noticed a packet of Genius puff pastry which i had clearly forgotten about for a while
Add the maple syrup, the egg and the vanilla extract and blend well. So yes, I was able to leave him - almost guilt free - to his own devises, but now that I am back I have to work really hard to "reclaim" my kitchen from Chef George's "Reign of Change"
Beat in the eggs one at a time. ) Drizzle this over the cooked cookie logs. I know, it's highly unusual that you see chocolate baked goods in my kitchen and rarely to never that you would see them two days in a row
After wishing them all sweet dreams, we quietly crept out, switched on the electric fence to keep them safe from Mr Fox, and headed back to our cosy cabin for hot chocolate and snuggles by the wood burner