This is a very peanut butter heavy affair. The result is a peanutty chewy glory.
Shit you’ll need:
- 227g of peanut butter. Smooth or crunchy is fine. Mine are made with crunchy in this instance.
- 198g of sweetened condensed milk.
- 1 egg.
- 4tsp of cornflour, heaped.
- 100g chocolate chips. I used milk ones.
Piss easy to make. Combine all your ingredients in a bowl, you will get a stiff but sticky batter rather than a dough. Spoon onto a baking tray leaving plenty of room between each, as they spread a bit. Bake for fifteen minutes in the middle of your oven on a medium heat.
Yields twelve, but it’s better to make them in two batches of six because of the spreading. These were a total experiment, I wanted to see if the ingredients would work, and well you can see they did. It makes a light but chewy cookie. The condensed milk negates the need for extra sugar. The cornflour keeps things from getting too heavy with the amount of peanut butter used.
Stuff in yer gob as desired. Belch in appreciation, and REJOICE.
If like me, you are utterly shite at making an omelette in a skillet/frying pan/wok/variation thereof, my method is as follows:
Fluffy omeletty goodness.
Get a non stick circular cake tin, greasing it well. Heat the tin in your oven for a good five minutes until it’s hot. Pour your usual omelette mix into it, and let it bake for about ten to fifteen minutes. You’ll be able to turn it out onto your plate fairly easily. It will rise, and when you take it out of the oven, it should sink nicely to look similar to the one in my photo. It’s a good way to make multiple omelettes if you have more than one person to cook for.
My usual omelette combo is four eggs, salt, pepper, a lump of butter, and a sprinkling of cheese. Serve with whatever you’d like.
My brain is a very weird place. I dream very vividly, always have. During one of my more bizarre headfuck dreams last night, I apparently found the desire to bake apricot and Stilton biscuits. The British kind, not the odd American kind that seem to be scones under another name. This was a total guess experiment, and I love combining sweet with savoury so here’s what happened.
There were six, but I ate one so then there were five.
Shit you’ll need:
- 1cup plain flour.
- 1tsp salt.
- 1tsp cracked black pepper.
- 1tsp garlic powder.
- Half tsp bicarbonate of soda or baking powder.
- 1 large egg or equivalent in egg replacer (I used egg replacer).
- 3/4cup of oil – I used 50/50 olive oil and vegetable oil.
- One massive dollop of apricot jam about 2tblspns.
- 100g Stilton cheese, crumbled.
Combine all your dry ingredients, making sure they’re properly mingled otherwise everything will be upset. We simply cannot have improperly mingled dry ingredients. Drizzle your oil in a bit at a time until the mixture starts to stick and go a bit breadcrumb-y. If you’re using an egg and not egg replacer, add it now.
Dump your dollop of apricot jam into the mix, and crumbled Stilton. I used to fork to mash it all together until it turned into a stiff (childish laughter) dough.
Six on me well used baking tray.
Scoop and press lumps of dough into a lined baking tray, making sure you use a bit of oil to grease. Bake for fifteen to eighteen minutes until golden brown, in the centre of an oven on a medium heat. Mine were ready in fifteen because I have one of those fan assisted contraptions.
They’re great for just shoving in yer gob, or eating with soup or stew instead of bread. This will yield twelve, but I only have a small baking tray so I had to bake them in two batches.
This is not my recipe, it’s one I’ve slightly altered for my own tastes. The original recipe is HERE.
I used egg replacer, and substituted the packed brown sugar for muscovado sugar, and the standard sugar for icing sugar. If you want a dairy free option, try using coconut oil or vegetable oil in place of the butter, either will work. Using a high cocoa content dark chocolate will be fine to keep any milk out of the process. I’ve said before that I keep egg replacer in my cupboards because it’s very economical to do so for the price.
It was so bloody hard NOT to just scoff allllll the dough.
The first six.
My kitchen smelled fucking amazing with these baking. The last photo is a pile of eleven, because obviously I had to scoff a warm cookie when they were ready, duh.
My yolk is ALWAYS off centre. Yes I’m aware my pan is a fucking shambles, it’s well used okay? 😛