I'm having an allergy attack today, so I don't have the energy to be clever, which means this will be a short post.
I'm sure I've mentioned this, but I love Bakewell tart. It's just so good! I don't know why I don't make it more often, other than because I'd eat too much. I'm actually surprised at my restraint in not having had any yet.
I made pretty much the same recipe last year (Sainsbury's shortcrust pastry, seedless raspberry jam, and the cake part of the Bakewell cupcake recipe in the Ms Cupcake book), only this time I remembered the sugar before I put the cake mix on top of the jam/crust. Below is the finished product.
badly lit slice
It was tasty, as expected. I'm taking a bit to the office tomorrow, which marks the first time I'm taking baking to this office. I hope they like it, and if they don't, they can suck it.
As you can see I put some chocolate drizzle (cocoa powder, icing sugar, water) on top. I made a bit too much, and Mike came in to the kitchen while I was trying to decide what to do with it. He decided that he'd use it to make chocolate milk.
It looks like regular chocolate milk, doesn't it? It was not. I had a couple of sips, and it was good/gross. It almost tasted like a milkshake ... that had sugar added to it. It was so sweet. Maybe that's why I didn't have any tart after I made it.