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Saturday, December 4, 2010

Rich Chocolate Brownie

We had a thanks giving service at our Parish Centre, St Jude Catholic Church. After the service we had a small party. We are asking to bring a plate to join in. Mum made jellies. I made brownie. Mum suggested a simple and easy recipe for me. Mum helps me to do the chocolate ganache and cut it into small pieces. My catechism teacher Mrs King like it very much. She even ask the recipe from me.

I am using recipe from Hearty Bakes

me sifting flour and cocoa powder

breaking eggs, look easy but not really

mixing in the butter

add in the flour. It is hard to stir in.
mixing in the walnuts

pouring mixture into baking tin

the bowl is heavy, must do it carefully.

the most dangerous part is to put the tin in the oven. Me scared!

My first brownie

cutting into small pieces


  1. looks very yummy michelle! great work!

  2. well done. looks nice and yummy. you are the great!

  3. The brownies looks lovely, yummy and delicious!! :)

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  5. hi...nice to meet you... your brownies looks yummy

  6. Hi Michelle, thanks for the link and trying out the recipe. I hope you had great fun whipping in the kitchen and enjoy the brownies as much as me :)
    I'm passionate with baking, always dream if only i have a daughter to pass on the hobby or rather share my passion with her. Hence, its very nice to see someone of your age that share similar interest and passion. Keep up the good work Michelle. One thing for sure, your mum is definitely a good teacher to guide you along. Enjoy the process, have fun. Jia You! :)
    Auntie Jessie