Again this is a review post using my ingredients and cake maker that you have read about in the last few postings - and if you haven't they make interesting reading so feel free to acquaint yourself with them.
|sieving into bowl and onto cupboard|
It was placed into the mini cup cake maker, we made 21 in total.
|in they go|
|risen, cooked and yummy looking|
Verdict - They came out the same colour as they went it, and were quite chewy and sort of squidgy, almost brwnie like, with what I can only describe as a pleasant treacle taste to them, must admit if I had not seen the carob powder going in I would not have known they were suppose to be chocolate, will need to add more carob powder next time I think, and out of the 21 we made there are 4 left, speaks for itself really. They would also be nice with some "butter" icing or melted chocolate and a jelly tot on top.
These were served with lazy chocolate custard, made using Oatly healthy option chocolate milk, and Birds custard powder, in the conventional way of making custard, and no I did not add sugar as I do not think custard needs sugar, I do not have a sweet tooth and neither do the kids. Whilst this milk is not truly gluten free it is very low in gluten and it tends to be a build up or larger doses of higher gluten products that causes Bob problems, and knew I was safe in using this for him, and his mummy had agreed it was alright to do.
This custard had a sweet almost malty taste and was very pleasant indeed.
|tucking in to finished products|