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whipped cream, with a dash of vanilla. I know you will appreciate that this is a Good Thing that I'm keen to share again, especially now that my readership is likely to attract more than two comments, with thanks to my friends Lorraine from NQN, and 'The Dog'
And this combination is fine as a no-effort, everyday type dessert. I know I’m supposed to be setting a good example but I’m oddly weak-willed when it comes to withstanding the beseeching brown eyes of my children
When Lena from Frozen wings suggested baking Chocolate Chip Cookies from the book, The Back in the Day Bakery Cookbook for our bake along with Joyce from Kitchen Flavours, the CCC loving me was like "YAY
So did I once he said it and everywhere that sells them had shut for the day. We have also tried these with fresh fruit, chocolate mousse and they make a great base for a miniature cheesecake without the faff of smashing up biscuits
with chocolate cream filling. Line a flat baking tray with paper. cream of tartar. To serve, whip creamwith remaining cocoa powder to soft peaks, remove from TM bowl, leaving a little in the bowl, and then add chocolate and vanilla to bowl