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24 brownie cookies300g of dark chocolate (100g of them chopped, the rest broken in to pieces)
50g butter, salted
50g plain flour
1/2 teaspoon bakingpowder
1 teaspoon vanillaextract or vanillapowderOventemp: 180degrees celciusMelt the butter. Put 200g of the chocolate in it (the part that is broken in to pieces) and stir until it is melted.Whip egg and sugar to a light, airy cream (about 10 min in a ...
The gift of the home made present is a popular item in Norway, and it usually leaves the receiver with something tasty for the belly. One of the gifts that Emma and Vegard received included a box of home made snickers bar. It tasted amazing!
5dl light syrup
... learning again.
Today I begin my journey to London. I farewelled Emma, Vegard & Eiril this morning and took two Trains back to Oslo. When I was last in Oslo I tried to visit a restaurant called 'rice bowl'. The guide said there would be a line up to get in and sure enough there was. Today I pretty much headed down straight after I arrived in Oslo, and secured the ...
Throughout the day we had a particular TV station on which showed an old version of Cinderella (which was dubbed in Norwegian, and all read by the same person), old Disney christmas movies, and other christmas stories from around the globe. The day was very relaxed as we chilled out and enjoyed each others company. We did, of course, play a board game, which was called 'Cantan'. It was a medieval style game where you had to ...
... seeds 80g sunflower seeds 80g pumpkin seeds 50g flaxseeds 50g chopped up walnuts 1 tps honey 7dl water ½ tsp salt 50g bran or kil note: can use any seeds on hand, just ensure that all seeds included add up to the total required, 310g Method
- Heat oven to 160 degree fan forced.
- Combine all dry ingredients, and mix.
- Warm some water and stir honey in. Pour mixture into rest of water, and add to the dry ...