Flourless Chocolate Cake

I am now officially done high school. I wrote my final exam last Friday and am graduating this Thursday. I must say it’s a pretty weird feeling. Since I have nothing to study for and no applications left to do I can finally do things that I actuallyΒ wantΒ to do. My “to-do” list currently consists of baking a cake, baking cookies, wrapping end of year gifts and playing the piano. I’m pretty pleased with that list of tasks. Continue reading “Flourless Chocolate Cake”

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Raw Chocolate Energy Bites

In the days leading up to my school trip to Boston I was baking up a storm. As you can probably imagine the food on school trips is a far stretch from gourmet, but for people with intolerances and specific diets, such as I, the food is practically non-existent. So, that is why my kitchen turned into a whirlwind of granola-making, nut toasting, recipe testing and vacuum sealing. It’s important when you have food intolerances to prepare for the worst (think being served solely a bowl of shredded lettuce while your friends chow down on wheat filled spaghetti noodles).Β  Continue reading “Raw Chocolate Energy Bites”

Chocolate Chunk Banana Bread

After months upon months of stress an, seemingly, never ending work, I am finally free. Last Monday I went for my final university interview and am so relived! Being a senior in high school is hard enough, but when you add in extracurricular activities, work and applications it becomes exhausting. I may have my applications done, but I do still have three more months of school to get through.Β  Continue reading “Chocolate Chunk Banana Bread”

Ginger Molasses Loaf

I am a huge fan of molasses. One of my favourite things at christmas time is baking (and eating!) chewy, delicious, homemade ginger molasses cookies. They produce the most wonderful scent when they’re baking, it just smells like christmas. This holiday season I Continue reading “Ginger Molasses Loaf”