Tuesday, October 21


I have another cooking post today! The cold weather always makes me want to cook and recently I felt like making the recipe Lily Pebbles posted on her blog a little while ago. My nan was having a big family dinner so I thought I would bring these along for everyone to nibble on afterwards. They were really super easy to make and they went down a storm (my sister was trying to eat the mixture out the bowl before I even finished stirring).

To make them, you will need:

> 275g (10oz) softened butter 
> 375g (13oz) caster sugar 
> 4 large eggs 
> 75g (3oz) cocoa powder
> 100g (4oz) self-raising flour 
> 75g plain chocolate (chopped) 
> Icing Sugar (to decorate)

Thanks again to Lily for sharing the recipe, I didn't change it much but will share how I made them here.

> Firstly, preheat your oven to Gas Mark 4 (180C) and prep your baking tin.
> Cream together your butter and sugar in a large bowl and then add the eggs, combining well. Add in the cocoa and flour, then gently fold in your raspberries and chocolate, leaving some fruit aside to decorate.

> Spoon the mixture into your baking tin, making sure to push gently into the corners. Cook for 40-45 minutes and allow to cool in the tin before slicing.
> Remove from the tin and top with raspberries, sprinkling over some icing sugar if you're into that frosty mountain look.

> Eat them. Eat them all.

Until next time!


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