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The countertop is just a simple pandispan countertop, a classic recipe. That is, whisk the egg whites. separately mix the flake salt flakes, 5 yolks with 5 tablespoons of sugar. then incorporate the flour and finally the hard foam whites, swirling only slightly. Put everything in a cake form with a detachable yen, 26 cm, but use with confidence the 24-inch tray, it will come out taller and even nicer: P. Put in the oven, preheated, for about 35-40 minutes. Take the toothpick test. When it has cooled, take it out of the mold and let it cool completely, on a grill.

For the cream, proceed according to the instructions on the package.

When the top has cooled completely, cut in half and syrup with the compote juice. Fill it with cold cream.

For the topping, put the milk with chocolate on the steam bath and let the latter melt. Then pour the composition over the cake, letting it flow a little over the edges. It doesn't take much finishing ... it's just a lazy cake, not a real cake: P.

Put some coarsely chopped hazelnuts, or nuts or almonds, or whatever else is in the house. Si gata ... voila Lazy cake!



I would be lying if I said that this recipe did not take forever to make. A huge reason why I don & # 8217t do tarts (besides my sexuality) is that there is a lot of temperature and waiting involved. If the dough gets too warm, it won't hold its shape. If it's too cold, it could be

I just randomly had the urge to make macarons with this specific flavor combination one day. The idea of ​​rich dark chocolate against grassy olive oil, and sea salt to just bring both together, it made a lot of sense to me. Kind of like a chocolate zucchini bread, which as weird as it sounds, & # 8230


  • 260 g dark chocolate (with over 60% cocoa)
  • 200 g butter
  • 50 g flour
  • 3 eggs
  • 100 g of sugar
  • a pinch of salt
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract (or essence)
  • butter and cocoa for greasing and lining ramekin dishes

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Lazy Cakes Leave You, Well, Lazy

Lazy cakes contain melatonin, which occurs naturally in the body and is a common sleep aid. But one toxicologist says that large quantities of melatonin can lead the central nervous system to slow down and cause trouble breathing. herbalcity.com/lazycakes hide caption

Lazy cakes contain melatonin, which occurs naturally in the body and is a common sleep aid. But one toxicologist says that large quantities of melatonin can lead the central nervous system to slow down and cause trouble breathing.

Convenience stores are filled with energy-boosting products it seems some companies would be happy if we never slept a wink.

But now there's a movement in the opposite direction: products with names such as Simmer, Unwind and Lazy Cakes. That last one, Lazy Cakes, is a particularly hot seller.

It's a reasonable suspicion for customers to be a little wary of the fudgy brownies with the psychedelic purple package for sale next to the cigarette lighters at gas stations. The label says Lazy Cakes are "The Original Relaxation Brownie." Even at $ 4 apiece, a clerk at a Charlotte, N.C., gas station says she sells about 36 a week.

In the five months since Lazy Cakes hit the market, co-creator Tim Barham says they’re available in two dozen states and sales are doubling every month.

"It's definitely not a brownie pot," says Barham. "Things that are in this brownie have been used for years to relax. [Such as] melatonin, valerian root, rose hips. Standard stuff you can pretty much buy at any Walgreens or Walmart or anywhere."

A promotional box for Lazy Cakes like those seen in convenience stores in a growing number of states. herbalcity.com/lazycakes hide caption

A promotional box for Lazy Cakes like those seen in convenience stores in a growing number of states.

Those ingredients are true, but look up Lazy Cakes online and the secret to their initial success is pretty obvious. Rumors are rampant they contain the same synthetic marijuana compounds found in herbal incense products like Spice or K2.

“There’s an effect with Lazy Cakes, but I wouldn’t say it’s comparable to marijuana at all,” says Niki D’Andrea, who bought one while at a shop that sells drug paraphernalia.

D'Andrea's not shy about having tried both it's part of her job writing about subculture for the Phoenix New Times. She didn't get high from the Lazy Cake, but she was shocked at how sleepy it made her.

“I really did go to bed for about, I think 10 to 12 hours after I ate that first Lazy Cake, so well, maybe I should have started with half,” D’Andrea says.

Actually, half is the recommended serving size. As if anyone ever just eats half a brownie.

Read the fine print and you’ll also see Lazy Cakes are for adults only and should not be mixed with alcohol or eaten before driving. It's the usual FDA-required label you find on dietary supplements, and that makes them legal.

But Lazy Cakes are sold in gas stations by clerks who often have no idea these aren't normal brownies. They're packed with melatonin, which occurs naturally in the body and is a common sleep aid.

Anna Rouse Dulaney, a toxicologist with the Carolinas Poison Center, says that "eating the whole brownie would be about twice the recommended dose." She believes it's only a matter of time before calls start coming in about Lazy Cakes.

In large quantities, Dulaney says, melatonin can lead the central nervous system to slow down and cause trouble breathing. More commonly, people just get really sleepy and maybe nauseated.

Children are at greater risk. There's been at least one report of a toddler in Tennessee eating a Lazy Cake and ending up in the hospital. National poison center data show melatonin prompts more calls than any other herb or supplement.

In 2009, about 5,000 melatonin-related calls came in to poison control centers, most involving small children. None died. But the makers of Lazy Cakes have decided to put a "not for children" warning on the front label of their brownies. Dulaney says that might not be enough.

“A child who can’t read who just finds this in the house is at great risk because it looks just like any other brownie,” Dulaney says.

Still, it's not the most dangerous thing Delaney's seen.

Phillip Hunt, 28, discovered Lazy Cakes at a shop in North Carolina last month and now eats about six a week. He says "lazy" is the perfect name for them.

“If I eat a Lazy Cake and the remote’s on the other side of the room, I actually watch a channel for an hour or two,” Hunt says.

Relaxing folks is going so well for the makers of Lazy Cakes, they'll soon launch a product with the opposite effect: caffeinated brownies called "Up Cakes."


  1. Preheat oven to 325 & degF and grease a broiler-safe 9x13 inch pan.
  2. Beat 4 eggs in a large bowl until smooth. Whisk in 2 cups of sugar.
  3. In a separate bowl, combine flour, baking powder, and salt.
  4. Add dry ingredients to egg mixture gently mix until combined.
  5. Heat milk with butter until butter melts. Whisk hot milk into cake batter until smooth.
  6. Pour batter into prepared pan and bake for 30-35 minutes, or until toothpick inserted in center of cake comes out clean.
  7. While cake is baking, combine all frosting ingredients in pan on stove over medium heat. Stir and bring to boil lower heat and cook for 3-5 minutes, or until mixture is caramelized.
  8. When cake is done baking, pour frosting over top of cake. Place cake in oven under broiler for a few minutes, until frosting is bubbly and slightly browned.
  9. Remove from oven, and let cool in pan on wire rack. Do not cover until cake is completely cool.

You can mix this cake by hand, or you can use an electric mixer.


Lazy Day Oatmeal Cake

Step 1. Place the oats in a pot with the boiling water and let sit off of the heat for 20 minutes to soak.

Step 2. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Step 3. Cream together the one cup of brown sugar and the 8 tbsp of butter until well blended.

Step 4. Add in the eggs and vanilla, and beat until combined.

Step 5. Mix in the flour, oats, baking soda, cinnamon, and nutmeg until well incorporated.

Step 6. Press the batter mixture into an even layer in the bottom of a 9 & # 2159 well-greased baking dish.

Step 7. Bake for 40 minutes.

Step 8. While the cake is baking, mix together the ingredients for the topping.

Step 9. After the cake has baked, switch the oven setting to broil, top the cake with the topping mixture, and broil until browned on top.

NOTE: find the printable recipe below!

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Mug cake - cup cake

The cup cake is a dessert that you can enjoy when you feel like something sweet and warm. Prepare quickly (2-3 minutes) from simple ingredients. All you have to do is do your job for about 15-20 minutes until it's ready.

It's no secret to making a perfect mug cake. Simple ingredients and what can be found in the pantry and refrigerator and of course a microwave, but a few rules must be followed:

  • eggs at room temperature
  • warm or heated milk
  • you determine how big the cup or bowl should be :)
  • with nutella
  • with cranberries and honey
  • apples and cinnamon
  • lemon and poppy seeds
  • chocolate and berries
  • chocolate and whipped cream
  • with pumpkin
  • with strawberries
  • with peanut butter

Optionally, the cup cake can be syruped with a mixture of coffee and rum, water with sugar and vanilla or with the juice of your favorite compote.


Recipe Summary

  • 1 ½ cups white sugar
  • ½ cup vegetable oil
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1,185 cups all-purpose flour
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • ¼ cup margarine
  • 1 cup white sugar
  • ¼ cup milk
  • ½ cup chocolate chips
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • ½ cup miniature marshmallows

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease and flour a 9x13 inch pan.

In a large bowl, beat 1 1/2 cups sugar and oil until smooth. Beat in eggs, 1 cup milk and 1 teaspoon vanilla. Beat in flour, baking powder and salt. To beat into prepared pan.

Bake in the preheated oven for 30 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted into the center of the cake comes out clean. Allow to cool. Frost with Chocolate Frosting.

To make the Chocolate Frosting: In a saucepan over medium heat, combine margarine, 1 cup sugar and 1/4 cup milk. bring to a full boil. Remove from heat and stir in chocolate chips, 1 teaspoon vanilla and marshmallows. Beat until smooth.


Lazy cake

This may not be strictly speaking a Lebanese creation but it is so popular there that the argument can be made that it is. One finds this lazy cake in all coffee shops in Beirut, even at the McCafé! I posted several versions on this blog, but this one is the easiest. A sweet something to keep handy in the freezer for chocolate craving emergencies.

INGREDIENTS: 1 loaf or 8 servings

30 plain cookies (LU or increase or Cookies in Latin markets)

1 can sweetened condensed milk (14 ounces)

6 ounces unsalted butter

6 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa (1/2 cup)

1 tablespoon brandy (optional)

Garnish: chocolate sprinkles or maraschino cherries (optional)

1) Coarsely chop the cookies and place in a large bowl. Line a loaf pan with baking paper.

2) Place the butter and cocoa in a saucepan over low heat and stir from time to time until the butter melts add the milk and stir to combine. Remove from the heat, add the brandy if using and transfer to the bowl with the cookies. Mix gently to combine.

3) Pour the cookie mixture into the pan. Cool and cover. Keep in the freezer until needed. Remove from the freezer 5 minutes before serving.


Lazy Cake - Recipes

COCKTAIL RECIPES & # 8211 Lava cake

COCKTAIL RECIPES & # 8211 Lava cake. Each week we will learn together how to prepare a new recipe in the section called COCHET RECIPES. Here we will learn how to prepare certain recipes, we will discover useful information about certain ingredients. With a little care and coordination, no dish is impossible to prepare. So don't be afraid! Young and old, we are preparing to become chefs with CHILDREN'S NEWS. If you remember, together we learned to prepare a quick, tasty and healthy breakfast. Today we will prepare Lava cake together.

Lava cake is the combination of two desserts very well known and loved by everyone, the chocolate cake and the chocolate souffle.

In this recipe the special ingredient is chocolate. We all like and smile at the idea of ​​trying any dessert that contains chocolate.

Lava cake is not just a dessert

This became the reason for a quarrel between two chefs. So the United States goes to "war" with France for a chocolate cake.

Jean-Georges Vongerichten is the chef who claims to have invented "Lava cake" in 1987 in New York City. Of course, he represents America. On the other hand, the representative of France, the French chef and the chocolate producer Jacques Torres disputes this and says that the idea was his.

Vongerichten says he tried to make another dessert. Instead, he took a "chocolate sponge" out of the oven before it was fully baked and realized that the inside was still soft. Although then considered a failure, now Lava cake is one of the most refined desserts.

Here is the recipe

ingredients

To prepare this dessert we will need 160 grams of bitter chocolate, 75 grams of butter, 70 grams of powdered sugar, 30 grams of flour, 2 eggs, 2 egg yolks, 1 vanilla essence and a little salt. Once we have purchased these ingredients we can get to work.

Method of preparation

To start, preheat the oven to 218 degrees. Don't forget to ask your parents for help with this.

Then break or cut the chocolate into pieces and put with butter in a bowl. Put this bowl in the microwave until the ingredients melt. Also, if we do not want to use the microwave we can mix the two ingredients on a steam bath.

Meanwhile, mix the dry ingredients such as flour, sugar and salt. Separately mix the eggs with the yolks, pour the mixture of dry ingredients and chocolate with melted butter. Mix carefully until you get a homogeneous paste.

All we have to do is line the shapes in which we want to bake the dessert with cocoa powder, pour the mixture into them and put them in the oven for 12-15 minutes. When they are ready, we wait a minute after which we can put them on the plates and decorate them as we sleep.

Remember to ask your parents for help when you need to use knives or a stove.