Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Today. . .

Today, I eventually got to bake these Oreo brownies,that I got over at Shayne and Stephanie's blog.
They came out perfect and baked them only for 20 minute, like you said.
I shared them between my mom and mom-in-law and my friend Thania, I really do not want to be stuck with them, they are really good and such a temptation!

Hubby did the shopping for me today, bought some fresh fruit and veggies.
Talking about veggies. I only learned to eat veggies at the age of 23!
Never used to put my mouth to it.
Luckily,I met my husband and he taught me as well as for Megan, she is on veggies for the past few weeks!!

Then he bought me this. Here, in Rustenburg I could not find it anywhere.
It is a new flour from Golden Cloud.
I have a recipe for a bread and you use this flour.I thought I'd share the recipe.
Health Loaf

250g Golden Cloud Krakley Wholewheat flour
10ml Salt
5ml Bicarbonate of Soda
5ml Baking Powder
125g Sunflower Seed
15ml Honey
15ml Brown Sugar
500ml Buttermilk

Heat oven to 180 degrees.
Mix all dry ingredients, but only half of the seeds.
Add honey and sugar.
Add buttermilk and mix well.
Put in bread tin of about 18cm.
Sprinkle the rest of the seeds on top of the loaf and bake for about 50-60min.Posted by Picasa


  1. Your girls put me to shame, never baked...mine is always a fresh baked things the best, o0h the smell.

  2. Oooh that bread sounds yummy! I am NOT making those brownies cos that would be another kg for sure lol!

  3. Those brownies are the best EVER!
    I hid mine and polished off most of it all by myself and don't even feel the slightest bit sorry.
    I can't believe you didn't eat veggies as a child. I was brought up to eat everything on my plate. I do still love me veggies though esp butternut.

  4. Glad the brownies were a success - i must send you a really divine brownie recipe that my DH made a couple of weeks ago - coffee flavour with a ganache topping. To die for!! I must admit i don't think i'll make these in a rush again. Wasn't overly impressed.

    Am going to give your bread a try today - don't have that flour but have nuttty wheat. Have run out of bread and am only going to town tom.

    As for the veg - nothing more delish than a big dish of roasted veg for lunch (guess what we're having)!