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    Ok, so it was fine without choc chips but can imagine it would be better with them


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    We always have frozen berries as a stand by dessert in summer but found a new use for them recently. Cubed bread, tossed in brown sugar, mix with frozen berries and custard. Zap in microwave but use a larger bowl as it made a mess!!

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    Dirty lurker
    These are yum

    Sent from my Galaxy with the barefoot princess covering me in kisses, so please forgive the mistakes

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    OMG im so trying these mmmmmmm

    pls excuse the spelling mistakes on my galaxcy

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    Would just like to point out...........Im currently sitting here eating warm choc cake out of a cup. nomnomnomnom hehe thanks Tan hehe

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    Its very thick? Is that right?

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    Ohhhhhhh its so good

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    I just found this recipe on pinterest...

    Nutella Mug Cake

    Ingredients

    4 tablespoons self rising flour
    4 tablespoons white granulated sugar
    1 egg
    3 tablespoons cocoa powder
    3 tablespoons Nutella
    3 tablespoons milk
    3 tablespoons olive or vegetable oil

    Method

    1. Combine all ingredients in a large coffee mug. Whisk well with a fork until smooth. Microwave on high for 1 1/2 ? 3 minutes. (Time depends on microwave wattage. Mine took 1 /2 minutes.) Top with whipped cream and a little chocolate sauce if desired.

    2. Top with whipped cream and chocolate syrup. Enjoy!

    Note: Depending on the wattage of your microwave, you may have to increase cooking time.

    Makes 1 very large serving.

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    I have a cup brownie that comes out almost like a cross between a lava cake and self saucing pudding. And one is all you need. I adapted it from another recipe I used to make.

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    I bribed the girls with these tonight if they ate all their dinner.

    Dark Chocolate and Marshemellow Paninis

    Use raisin toast or fruity muffins (the ones you split in two, not the muffin top cake ones)

    Chop up some dark chocolate (or use Lindt 60% dark chocolate squares)
    Put those and a couple of marshmallows on one slice of the raisin toast or half the muffin
    Put another slice of raisin toast or the other side of the muffin on top (like a sandwich)
    Butter both sides
    Pan fry both sides until chocolate melts (about a minute or so each side)
    Sprinkle with icing sugar or sprinkle over hot chocolate mix
    Eat.

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    Yum tinks.
    Would love that recipe rogue please.

    The choc cake made a big server i couldnt eat it all but my gosh it was yum

    Oh fionas yummmmm

    pls excuse the spelling mistakes on my galaxcy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rouge View Post
    I have a cup brownie that comes out almost like a cross between a lava cake and self saucing pudding. And one is all you need. I adapted it from another recipe I used to make.
    Oh why doth thou tempt?

    I'd love the recipe too!

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    Ohhhh yummmm!

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    Don't hate me...

    Rouge's Chocolate Molten Lava Cake (in a mug)

    1/4 cup of plain flour
    1/4 cup of brown Sugar
    2 Tbsp of Cocoa powder
    1 Egg
    3 Tablespoons of Milk
    3 Tablespoons of Tub butter
    8 squares of dark chocolate (roughly chopped into chunks) - DO NOT USE CHIPS! It helps the molten process.

    Ok so mix the butter and sugar together then add the egg and mix, then add the milk and flour/cocoa. Once you are happy with the consistency stir though the choc chunks. Microwave in a mug (do not use a ramekin as it changes the cake completely) for 1min 20. Place a flat bowl over the top of the mug and turn out. You will be left with what looks like an erupted volcano with thick fudgey chocolate sauce and a beautiful light cake underneath.

    I played with many recipes to perfect this. You need the brown sugar for the syrupy sauce, you need butter to ensure that it has that real flavour (I prefer not to melt it as it has a lighter sponge this way) and you must use chunks of chocolate instead of chips! I tend to drizzle it with cream. And DH and I can easily share one between us.

    It should look like this...

    Molten Lava Goodness
    Last edited by Rouge; July 19th, 2012 at 12:20 PM.

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    Rouge!!! I have just fallen in love again!

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    I need to try this!!

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    If you share please give me credit As it hasn't reached my blog yet. Something I perfected just before Lu died, but it took me ages and lots of flops! So it's pretty top secret

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    I have no appetite at the moment but that looks delicious!!!

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