Eldest Grandson, (EG), has been staying for a few days. He has a sweet tooth, so we've been baking.
First up was Chocolate Chip Cookies. The internet is awash with Thermy cookie recipes, and eventually I chose this one because it had such high ratings:
We used white chocolate and 70% dark chocolate. I had some white
chocolate cooking buttons, so we chopped those in Thermy. Thh first
attemp was hopeless, I really overdid it. We put those aside to use in
something else, and I did them again.
Surprisingly easy, and they were lovely!
The next day (Thursday, yesterday), we made milkshakes. EG wanted to use up the excess chopped white chocolate, so I whipped up some milk, frozen banana, and the white chocolate from the previous day. I blended for a long time (about 3 minutes, which my ears were sure was much longer) to give the chocolate chance to blend.
It was too sweet for me, but EG really liked it.
For the main sweet treat of the day, EG went been through lots of Thermy recipe books and had picked recipe after recipe. Eventually he settled on making brownies, and picked the Chocolate and Pecan recipe from the I love Chocolate, I love Thermomix book.
MH supervised this. The result was outstanding. Incredibly rich (thank goodness we had decided to cut them into single bite squares), they were amazing! We popped some round to my next door neighbours, and they reported back that they were the best they had had. I'm sure part f that was kindness, but there is probably some truth in it as well.
I'm not sure what oday's choice will be.
Hopefully something sans chocolate.