No eggs in supermarkets?Don't worry there is something very delicious with no egg that is eggless Chocolate truffle cake.
1 + ½ cups all purpose flour- 180g
¾ cups cocoa powder- 75g
½ tsp baking soda -3g(If not available then put 8 g of baking powder)
1 tsp baking powder- 4g
¾ cup vegetable oil- 150mL
1 + ½ cups castor sugar -300g
1 cup Greek yogurt ( or curd hung over night)- 285g
½ tsp vanilla extract- 2.5mL
½ cup milk + 1 tsp white vinegar, mixed and rested for 5 minutes -120mL + 5mL
a pinch of salt
20 g of chocolate chips(Optional)
1.Take an 8inch non stick pan and grease it with some vegetable oil. Take another 10inch pan and set these two aside.
2.In a bowl whisk cocoa, flour, salt, baking soda and baking powder into a bowl. Don't forget to pass it through sieve
3.In another large bowl, beat together oil and sugar until the mixture is pale and light
4.Add yogurt and mix well.
5.Beat in vanilla using mixer at low.
6.Add the flour mixture to the wet ingredients alternating with milk, starting and ending with flour mixture. Mix only until well combined. Don't over mix.
7.Pour the batter into the 8inch non stick pan. Take the 10inch non stick pan and place the pan with the cake batter in this bigger non stick pan. Now put both of these pans on the heat and bake at low heat with the lid on .Let the cake cook for 5 minutes and then add some water in the 10inch non stick pan, making a water bath of sorts. This will help in slowing the cooking process and with help of steam the cake will not get dry.Put the 8inch pan over it again and bake for 40-50 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean. If you're using an induction, fix the temperature at 160°C and bake for 40-50minutes.
Note-In this picture I have used Betty crocker frosting because I had it in my pantry but if you don't have that follow this recipe for Ganache
50 g butter
1/2 cup milk
100 g dark chocolate
1. Mix together milk and chocolate in a bowl and place it on a double boiler
2. Stir continuously until melted.
3.When it is smooth and silky add the butter
4. Stir and refrigerate for 10 mins.If it is too hard to spread then ypu can always keep it back on double boiler,but please note it should not be hot when spreading on cake.
Both cake and ganache should be room temperature
Spread on the cake evenly and let it rest in refrigerator for atleast 30 mins.
It can be served warm with Vanilla Ice cream or it can be eaten cold as well.
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Periods of great uncertainty cause massive fear and anxiety in most people.
But there is a magic formula for eliminating that.
Here it is in two easy steps -
Step 1: Get better
Step 2: Repeat step 1
I’m not actually trying to be funny. That really is the solution.
So if you can develop a powerful, in-demand skill set, you will always be able to advance.
What really helps me is know that I could build back up from zero again.
So, when I’m faced with massive uncertainty, I just remind myself that by taking action to improve myself I will always land on my feet.
So, in these times of trouble, don’t allow yourself to focus on the uncertainty - focus on what you can control.
Put your head down and get to work on getting better at something meaningful.
It works every time. -Tom Bilyeu
HELLO GUYS! Need motivation? This group stands to motivate students and spread positivity by uploading any content that is useful for us. It can be success stories, tips of students, entrepreneurs or anybody! So feel free to share your thoughts and ideas!
This post is regarding (Tom Bilyeu), one of my favorite individuals:
It’s true that some people are more naturally gifted, but it’s also true that that doesn’t matter.
Once you believe that you can change then you’ll be willing to put in the time and energy to gain new skills.
And that’s the game - the whole game.
It’s all about Turning your potential into actual skills.
That’s how we get ahead.
Never forget that skills aren’t about having a list of stuff that you can put on a resume.
It’s about actually being able to do things that matter.
And to do that you have to be able to build things and outperform the competition.
And it all begins with one simple belief - you can learn new things.
There has never been a better time. It is a time of uncertainty. Let's invest in ourselves. Let's learn and be productive!
You Are Not Alone
Are you feeling afraid due to the behaviour of your partner or another family member? This fear may have increased due to the impact of the coronavirus restrictions on the behaviours of others.
It is NEVER okay for someone to be perpetrating family violence towards you or your children, which could include financial, psychological, emotional, sexual and physical abuse.
Support services are still available through:
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For more information about resources available to support you if you are self-isolating and at risk: https://www.1800respect.org.au/help-and-support/self-isolation-and-covi…
Number 8. – Greatest Australian Sporting Moments of the 21st Century
Michelle Payne wasn’t the most gifted jockey in horse racing, but she was the most persistent. Prior to 2015, she had many falls sustaining potentially career-ending injuries but, she continued to fight. Payne entered the 2015 Melbourne Cup on a 100/1 chance called Prince of Penzance. 3 minutes later, she became the first female to win the Cup in its 155-year history. A moment all Australians will always remember.2 likes
Here is the answers of the emojis game:
2. Harry Potter and the goblet of fire
3. The ABC of Art
4. Hearing the movies : music and sound in film history
5. Building your own home : a comprehensive guide for owner-builders
6. The Business Communication Handbook
7. Fashion Drawing
8. Birth to big school
9. Literacy in Australia
10. Cybersecurity essentials
11. The gardener's guide to weather and climate
12. The Japanese Garden
13. Chefs eat breakfast too: a pro's guide to starting the day right
14. Coffee art : creative coffee designs for the home barista
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Tomorrow is not just the 7th of April, It is "World Health day"! This is a day that needs reflection. Is it the day that you decide to start taking extra measures for your health, the day you try yoga for the first time, the day you decide to go on a diet or that taking vitamins is what you need. I believe that the greatest gift you can give your family and the world is a healthy you.
What ever it is that you decide to do for your health, it is a great step forward!
If you're a fan of the gorgeous Jennifer Aniston, I will encourage you to watch Murder Mystery ! You may have already watched it or maybe not, it's a fun one.
A New York cop and his wife go on a European vacation to reinvigorate the spark in their marriage. A chance encounter leads to them being framed for the murder of an elderly billionaire.
Enjoy the trailer. :)