February 13, 2014

Sweet Contribution

Today's special post is a contribution from my daughter


Although a debate is her passion, she likes to cook and makes us surprises with her school recipes and bakes. Here greatest fan is, her younger sister that absolutely adores all her bakes and could eat probably full pan of these goodies. So here is her list of  bakes that she achieved to collect, and this way it will never be lost and forgotten.

Everyone loves these bakes, so if you're trying to be nice to someone today, this is easy and simple resolution!

Enjoy!


Apple Streusel Muffins
250mL Flour, 50mL Oats (ground), 100mL Sugar, 5mL Baking Powder, 1mL Salt, 125mL Milk, 1 Egg, 40mL Oil, 2mL Cinnamon, 1mL Nutmeg, 0.5 Apple:
Topping=15mL oats, 15mL flour, 25mL brown sugar, 2mL cinnamon, 15mL butter
How to:
Grate 1/2 of peeled apple, add other dry ingredients, then add mixed wet ingredients into the bowl. Pour into oiled muffin cups or oiled muffin pan. Bake on 180C in preheated oven for about 15 min. Topping: Melt butter over the stove top in small pot, add other ingredients and mix for one minute, take off the stove and spread equally between baked muffins.
Blueberry Muffins
250mL Flour, 50mL Wheat Germ, 100mL Sugar, 5mL Baking Powder, 1gram Salt, 125mL Milk, 01 Egg, 40mL Oil, 2mL Vanilla, 100mL Blueberries
How to:
Mix all ingredients, add blueberries at the end. Spread equally into oiled muffin baking cups and bake for 15 min. on 180C or until toothpick comes out clean from the middle of muffins.
Brownies
200mL Flour, 75mL Cocoa, 1mL Salt, 2mL Baking Powder, 250mL Sugar, 100mL Oil, 1 Egg, 15mL Water, 5mL Vanilla
How to:
Mix first oil, egg water and vanilla, add sugar and rest of the ingredients. Bake for about 20 min. in small oiled pan until top starts to crack.
Cheese Biscuits
375mL Flour, 12mL Baking Powder, 2mL Salt, 75mL Shortening, 175mL Cheddar (grated), 100mL Milk
How to:
Mix all ingredients and split in six balls. Place them in a pan, flatten to get thick discs. Bake on 180C for about 20 min - 30 min, until golden.
Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies
250mL Flour, 2mL Salt, 3mL Baking Powder, 1mL Baking Soda, 250mL Oatmeal, 100mL Chocolate Chips, 125mL Butter, 125mL Brown Sugar, 125mL Sugar, 1 Egg, 2mL Vanilla
How to:
Melt butter and add vanilla and whipped egg. Then and the rest of ingredients and mix well. Form twelve balls and place them separated in oiled pan. Press firmly when placing so that balls become discs. Bake for 10-15 min. on 175C
Double Chocolate Pudding
50mL Sugar, 15mL Cocoa, 20mL Cornstarch, Pinch Salt, 250mL Milk, 15grams Semi-Sweet Chocolate, 5mL Vanilla
How to:
Cook milk on a stove top with sugar. In a separate bowl mix 2-3 tbsp of cold milk with other ingredients (except chocolate). When milk starts to boil, take it off the stove, pour in content from the bowl, and mix vigorously. Put back on a stove, turn down the heat and mix in chocolate, mix and cook for few minutes, until chocolate melts. Pour in four cups and cool.
Fibre Muffins
125mL Flour, 125mL Whole Wheat Flour, 125mL Bran, 100mL Sugar, 2mL Baking Powder, 2mL Baking Soda, 3mL Cinnamon, 2mL Salt, 1 Egg, 125mL Buttermilk, 50mL Oil, Blueberries
How to:
Mix all ingredients. Spread equally into oiled muffin baking cups and bake for 15 min. on 180C or until toothpick comes out clean from the middle of muffins.
Lemon Cream Scones
500mL Flour, 15mL Baking Powder, 5mL Baking Soda, 2mL Salt, 75mL Sugar, 40mL Shortening, 1 Egg, 150mL Buttermilk, Juice+Rind of 1 Lemon, Milk for top
How to:
Mix all ingredients and split in six balls. Place them in a pan, flatten a bit to get thick discs. Bake on 180C for about 20 min - 30 min, until golden.
Marble Cake
375mL Flour, 10mL Baking Powder, 2mL Salt, 150mL Sugar, 1 Egg, 190mL Milk, 50mL Oil, 3mL Vanilla, 25mL Cocoa, 25mL Brown Sugar, 1 mL Cinnamon
How to:
Already explained in this blog. Check the link (Marble Cake).
Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
125mL Flour, 2mL Salt, 2mL Baking Powder, 1mL Baking Soda, 250mL Oatmeal, 50mL Raisins, 50mL Oil, 50mL Brown Sugar, 50mL Sugar, 1 Egg, 2mL Vanilla
How to:
Melt butter and add vanilla and whipped egg. Then and the rest of ingredients and mix well. Form twelve balls and place them separated in oiled pan. Press firmly when placing so that balls become discs. Bake for 10-15 min. on 175C
Pineapple Upside Down Cake
325mL Flour, 10mL Baking Powder, 1mL Salt, 125mL Sugar, 1 Egg, 175mL Milk, 50mL Oil, 2mL Vanilla,
TOPPING: 30mL Butter,100mL Brown Sugar, 175mL Canned Pineapple
How to:
Place mixed topping ingredients at the bottom of the pan. Ina separate bowl mix egg, milk, oil and sugar, and add other ingredients. Pour over the pineapple mix and bake for about 20-30 minutes on 180C. Take out cut in pieces and serve reversed, so that pineapples comes to top.
Raisin Scones
375mL Flour, 60mL Sugar, 12mL Baking Powder, 1mL Salt, 90mL Butter, 125mL Raisins, 1 Egg, 80mL Milk
How to:
Mix all ingredients and split in six balls. Place them in a pan, flatten a bit to get thick discs. Bake on 180C for about 20 min - 30 min, until golden.
Witch Fingers
125mL Butter, 175mL Sugar, 0.5 Egg, 2mL Vanilla, 400mL Flour, 2mL Baking Powder, 2mL Salt, 30 Almonds, Red Icing
How to:
This is Halloween recipe. Mix all ingredients except almonds. Shape mass into 30 fingers and place pieces of almonds at each end. Color them with a pinch of red colour. Bake on 180C for about 10 min - 15 min.

Thanks Nat!

If you want more, check some of my previous recipes on the right, under title "Recipes of the Heart":


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