Wednesday, 26 August 2009

White Chocolate Puddings

Today Madi decided to put into practice some culinary inspiration that hit her in the middle of our weekly grocery shopping.

"Mum, what would white chocolate puddings taste like?" So we armed ourselves with some good quality white chocolate and the next day, she set to work.

White Chocolate

We used the same quantities that were in the warm chocolate puddings.


She thought it was weird that the mixture was yellow, she expected it to be white.
Pre Bake

White Chocolate Pudding
Taste Test

I asked her what she thought, and she said they were okay, but not as nice as the milk chocolate version (not that it stopped her eating two!). Kyla on the other hand LOVED them, and said next time she wants white and dark, lol.

After Madi had finished, Kyla and Sienna decided they wanted to bake too, so we broke out the Betty Crocker Strawberry Babycakes.

Little Bakerscupcakes, the messy wayStrawberry Babycake made by Sienna:)Sienna Cakes

I'm rather glad I cannot eat any of these wonderful things, else the only thing I could fit would be a mumu.

1 comment:

Hannah said...

I wanna live at your house, it would be a culinary adventure!! Love that your girls are so into baking and cooking ... and experimenting by changing recipes.

Those babycakes are a favourite in our house, too. Soooo easy to make, so cute and so yummy! :-)

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