Frozen Yougurt Pops

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Frozen Yougurt Pops

Yogurt, yoghurt or yoghourt is a dairy product produced by fermentation of milk though bacteria called “yogurt cultures”. That procedure produces lactic acid hence the thick texture and sour taste. It’s an interesting process and here we can do that at home as you can easily buy yogurt kits in the supermarket. The name came from the Turkish word “yogurt” which in turn came from an old verb “yogmak” which means “to be curdled or to thicken”. Though the name is of Turkish origin yogurt itself originated very long time ago by culturing milk which dates back as far as 2000 BC. It was India and Iran who have the first evidence in writing which dates back to 500 BC. Indian record suggest that there is a combination of yogurt and honey is called “the food of the gods” while Persian traditions believe that Abraham secret to fertility and longevity…

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Amarula Koek/Poeding

Kreatiewe Kos Idees

60 ml Kakao

125 ml kookwater

3 eiers

220 ml suiker

60 ml olie

250 ml koekmeel

10 ml bakpoeier

2 ml sout

STROOP

200 ml suiker

250 ml water

60 ml Amarula-likeur

1 blik karamelkondensmelk

styf geklopte room vir versiering Flake-sjokolade

Stel oond op 180 grade Celsius.

Beslag: 1. Meng kakao met kookwater en laat dit afkoel.

2. Klits eiers, suiker en olie saam, voeg koue kakaomengsel by en meng deeglik.

3. Sif res van droë bestanddele by en meng goed.

4. Skep in 22 cm x 30 cm-pan en bak ongeveer 20 min. of tot toetspen skoon uitkom.

Stroop:1. Kook suiker en water saam vir 5 minute en verwyder van stoof en voeg Amarula by. Roer goed. .2. Prik koek met ‘n vurk sodra dit uit die oond kom en gooi warm stroop oor.Versier:1. Laat goed koud word, verwyder uit pan, smeer karamelkondensmelk en styf geklopte room oor…

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Chocolate Whiskey Dipped Irish Cupcakes

Lea & Jay

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Lá Fhéile Pádraig Sona Daiobh! (Happy St. Patrick’s Day!) Woohoo! It’s finally here! Everyone is Irish today! I’m sticking with my blogging tradition and featuring a tasty Irish-y cupcake on St. Patrick’s Day. Two years ago it was Irish Car Bomb Cupcakes, last year brought you Guinness Chocolate Cupcakes with a Swiss Vanilla Baileys Buttercream Frosting and today…(drumroll please….) we have these deliciously decadent Chocolate Whiskey Dipped Irish Cupcakes. And just like all of my previous St. Patrick’s Day cupcakes, these little devils are a bit boozy. In fact, they have a perfect trifecta of Irish Booze. The cake portion of this treat is a rich chocolate Guinness creation, which is then topped with a velvety Baileys Cream Cheese Frosting. That sounds great all on its own right? I could’ve stopped there, but oh no….I then dipped the whole thing into a Irish Whiskey spiked Chocolate Ganache! Be still my…

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