Try my brilliant energy drink!
- Milk – 350 g
- Milk powder – 1 tablespoon
- Cottage cheese – 80 grams
- Jam – 1 teaspoon
- Peanuts – 2 tablespoons
- The chocolate or cocoa – 10 grams
- Sugar or glucose – 1 teaspoon
- Honey – 1 teaspoon
- Banana – half
- Coconut – 2 teaspoon
You should get half a litre or a little over.
Peanut grind in a coffee grinder
Chocolate grind in a food processor
Pour into a glass of milk mixer
In milk add milled peanuts and chocolate. As well as all the other ingredients
Mix well, about 20 seconds
Tip: You can heat the milk, if you are afraid chill throat.
Drink after a workout. Effect in strength gains guaranteed.
- Arrowroot biscuits-10-12
- Cocoa powder-2 tablespoon
- Powdered sugar-2 tablespoon
- Milk-3-4 tablespoon
- Desiccated coconut-1 cup
- Cocoa powder-3 tablespoon
- Powdered sugar-3 tablespoon
- Green cardamom powder-½ teaspoon
- Vanilla essence-1 teaspoon
- Butter-2 tablespoon
Put arrowroot biscuits in a bowl and crush them to a fine powder. Add cocoa powder, sugar and milk and mix well and knead into a soft dough.
To make filling, put desiccated coconut in another bowl, add cocoa powder, powdered sugar, green cardamom powder, vanilla essence and butter and mix well.
Cover the worktop with cling film, place the dough on it, roll out into a large disc, spread the filling over it and press lightly. Cut out the excess cling film, roll the … Continue reading
- 4 eggs
- 220g sugar
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 100 g bar of dark chocolate
- 200 g of butter
- 1 tablespoon cognac
- cinnamon to taste
Break 4 eggs, seperate the white from the yolk. Add 200 gr sugar to the white and whisk until it becomes meringue. When the meringue is ready add the egg yolks one by one, then add 1 tsp vanilla extract. Melt one bar of dark chocolate, then add 200 gr butter, 1 tb sp cognac, cinnamon and leave it to steal. Mix these two masses together, pour in glasses and place in the fridge. You may spread chopped nuts or grated chocolate on the top.
- 2 eggs
- 450 grams of butter
- 200 grams of sugar
- 200 grams of sour cream
- 400 grams of flour
- 400 grams of condensed milk
- 30 Grams of cacao powder
Break 2 eggs and mix them with 250 grams butter and add 200 gr sugar. Whisk the mixture until it becomes white, then add 200 gr sour cream. Gradually add the flour (400 gr), until you have soft dough. It should not stick to your hands. Divide the dough into 7 parts and roll them until they become as thin as paper. Bake the layers in the preheated oven (180C) for 15-20 min.
Whisk 200 gr butter and add 400 gr condensed milk, then add 30 gr cacao powder.
Spread the cream on all layers and add grated chocolate on the top. Place the cake in the fridge and cut, when it is already soft.