Christmas Chocolate Mud Cake

Chocolate Mud Cake: This is a cake that I am famous for baking at home, however I am also famous for cocking it up. So when I decided to bake it for my university house mates as part of our fake Christmas Day I was a bit scared to say the least. Normally I use too much self-raising flour and the mixture ends up baking beautifully… all over the oven… and not necessarily inside the cake tin.

So for the sake of this recipe I halved the ingredients and didn’t use any bicarbonate of soda went to Asda to gather the ingredients my house mates and I did not already own. The recipe makes about 12 brownies – or one if you choose to eat it in one sitting.

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Tuna Pasta Bake – Simple Affordable and reheat-able!

I actually forgot to take any of my own photos for this dish, I guess I was just too excited. Tuna pasta bake is the first thing my mother taught me to make successfully and when im cooking it my university house mates get jealous of the delicious smell.But this is NOT a hard recipe, and this is NOT and expensive recipe. It isn’t even overly messy or time consuming. It is PERFECT.

Ingredients:
(use however much of each as you wish)
-Pasta: half a pack is usually enough for too servings.
-Cheddar cheese
-Tuna: half a can per person
-Mayonnaise

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Banana & and Chocolate Chip Muffins

I came downstairs today to my mum asking if I would make banana muffins with the three old saggy bananas we had in the kitchen. Me being the perfect teenage daughter that I am I accepted thinking we would be making them together. Then she said… “Well actually i’m going to go and do some work, but I would like you to make some.”

So here I am thinking great… I have never made banana muffins before, and every time I bake anything it does tend to go disastrously wrong. But armed with a easy banana muffin recipe from the internet I have given it my best shot. What could go wrong right?

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