I’ve been thinking for a long time about whether to write a post about New Year’s resolutions. As I didn’t make those classic New Year’s resolutions, I relied on the blog. I’ve been preoccupied with various issues lately and I don’t have too much time so the blog has fallen into the background. And with that, all my plans related to trying out recipes and posting. So I decided to start this year in a slightly different way. I decided to “work out” all those plans that never came up, and some have been on hold for more than a year.

Without any specific order, Dr. Oetker’s gift package was the first to arrive. The gift bag has been waiting for several months. Today’s day was such that it required a quick chocolate dessert. I remembered that I had a chocolate cake mix in that bag, and sweet cream in the fridge that I needed to consume as soon as possible. Thanks to Emina, sweet cream is also the theme of this month’s Ajme, how many of us! and I am sending her this recipe to participate.

chocolate cake

  • 125 g of softened butter
  • 3 eggs
  • Ciobar chocolate cake mix

Mix the butter with the eggs. Add the Ciobar mixture and mix for two minutes until the ingredients are combined into a smooth mixture. Pour the mixture into a 26 cm diameter cake tin lined with baking paper. Bake for 15-20 minutes in an oven preheated to 200 ° C. When you stick the toothpick in the middle of the cake, it should come out a little more moist. Leave the cake in the mold for 10 minutes, then transfer to a tray.

Instead of a ready-made mixture, you can make a chocolate cake according to a recipe for lava cake or brownies.

Chantilly cream

  • 500 ml of sweet cream
  • 2-3 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Mix the sweet cream into the whipped cream with the addition of sugar and vanilla extract. Arrange the cream on the cake and decorate with chocolate shavings.

I was surprised by the taste of the cake from the box. I thought she was going to be really cute, but she’s not. The real surprise is the ground cocoa beans, ideal for snacking as a balance to a soft biscuit. Except for the butter, there is no weighing of the ingredients so the preparation is really very quick.

Finally, it remains to list some New Year’s resolutions:

  1. prepare recipes for promised guest appearances (of course, if the girls still want me as a guest on their blog)
  2. I received several gifts, which I can present on the blog as part of the recipe, and thus thank those who gave them to me
  3. It is said that 2015 will be even harder than the previous one, so I decided to introduce a new category on the blog, and these are cheap recipes – desserts have become a luxury for many, so I decided to draw attention to recipes for which a maximum of 30 kn
  4. I’ve been thinking for a long time about whether to start writing another blog dedicated to hiking; as building a blog requires a lot of time and effort, I decided to write mountaineering posts here
  5. be more active on social media
  6. revive old recipes, especially those from the beginning of blogging
  7. publish recipes that will be useful to beginners.

Here, I hope that I will be able to achieve the planned 🙂

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