11 comments on “2 favourite recipes

  1. Anna, I love the cake as well. However, I have to disagree with you on the breakfast bars. You see, they are only healthy if you can control how many you eat in one sitting lol. I love them so much that I don’t make them. Though, when I give in I use fat-free condensed milk (ok no fat, but deffo has calories!!!) and dried cherries as I like them much more than dried cranberries. Oh gosh! Just the picture of them is tempting me. 🙂

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  2. That choc cake looks lush, have got the book at home and always grateful to see whats worth making, the frosting looks divine!The bars look very tasty too! might have to steal the Express book again off the mother-in-law!

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  3. Mmm, those both look amazing! I just put them into my springpad – it’s a great way to organize recipes, meal plans, and everything else… you should check it out, I think you’d like it!

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  4. Anna, I am sure all the superfoods offset that *little bit of fat and sugar* in the tinned and sweetened milk;) I agree, still much healthier than the dusty bought blocks! You surely know I agree on the cake too:D One of the nicest gifts from Nigella ever – it’s a constant in our kitchen:)

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  5. Anna, these are 2 great Nigella recipes! I’ve also lost count the many times I’ve baked the Old-Fashioned Chocolate Cake and can definitely say it is absolutely divine! The breakast bars I’ve made once and they were a big hit in my home.Mariax

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