This is a very easy and fast recipe. I found it in one of the many French food magazines I buy every time I visit this beautiful country. And even though my French skills desperately need some updating, it turned out surprisingly well. I changed and adapted this recipe a little bit, but I’d still like to give full credit to the lovely French “Elle à Table” magazine.
Ingredients: 200 g dark chocolate, 200 g butter, 200 g sugar, 4 eggs, 100 g flour, 80-100 g ground almond or hazelnut, icing sugar and lavender flowers.
Melt butter and chocolate in a pot over low heat and let it cool. Beat eggs and sugar until the mass turns almost white, or at least 4 minutes. Add the chocolate butter mix, flour and ground almond or hazelnut and mix well. Use a square brownies tin and bake for about 20 minutes at 180 degrees. Decorate with icing sugar and Lavender flowers.
Dear readers, first of all I want to thank you for commenting, linking and showing interest in my blog, even when I was not posting anything for so long. Also thank you foodgawker and tastespotting for sending so much traffic to my blog.
I have been away for a while, because the last 8 weeks have been filled with sad events that took my breath away and stopped me from wanting to write about happy things. However, as always, the beauty of life itself – which can be found in so many things that are connected to food and nature – has been a great solace to me.
So today I just want to share some autumn photos with you, and I promise I will be back with another recipe soon.
This is my favourite quick and easy summer dessert. It is made of only 3 healthy ingredients and you don’t have to add any sugar. All you need is bananas, yogurt, and frozen berries. The berries have to be frozen to get the icy effect, but if you have fresh berries in your kitchen you can add some as decoration, as I did.
Just put 250 g yogurt, 2 ripe bananas and about 350 g frozen berries in a blender. Add the berries in small portions, and make sure your blender is hard core enough to crush ice cubes. Adding more berries will create a sorbet or even ice cream effect and if you use blueberries as well you will get an amazing colour.