Cadburys Twirl Milkshake

Cadburys Twirl Milkshake a perfect milkshake for all Cadbury Twirl lovers! With little flakes of Twirl! Mmmm!    Ingredients – 150g of Vanilla Ice cream 3 Twirl chocolate’s 300ml of milk Method – 1.  In a blender jug add in the milk and chocolate and blend for 2 minutes. 2. Add the Ice cream and […]

Toffee Crisp Milkshake

Toffee Crisp Milkshake – Such a brilliant and easy to make milkshake. Especially for people with braces and they cant eat toffee! Ingredients – 300ml of Milk 150g of Vanilla Ice cream 4 Toffee Crisp bars 1 table spoon of Toffee Sauce. Method – 1. In a blender jug add the milk and chocolate bars. […]

Malteser Milkshake

Malteser Milkshake

Malteser Milkshake – A great and easy Milkshake to make! Ingredients – 3 packets of Maltesers 300ml of Milk 150g of Vanilla Ice cream Method – 1. In a blender jug add the milk and maltesers. And blend for 1 minute . 2. Once its nice and smooth add the Vanilla Ice cream and blend […]

Chocolate Brownies

Chocolate Brownies

Chocolate Brownies a lovely dessert! Especially with a few scoops of your favorite ice cream!  Ingredients – 300g of Caster Sugar 175g of Margarine 3 eggs 100g of plain flour 1 tea spoon of Baking Powder 75g Of Coco Powder 1 table spoon of Vanilla essence Method – 1. Pre heat the oven to Gas […]

Baked Aubergines

Baked Aubergines with Tomatoes and Mozzarella

Baked Aubergines with Tomatoes and Mozzarella such an easy and healthy meal to make! Just make a quick salad to go with this and perfect! The juices from the Aubergines just burst in your mouth!     Ingredients – Olive oil 2 x aubergines Jar of pasta sauce such as Dolmio or Lloyd Grossman 1 […]

Karah

Karah – Indian sweet

Karah one of my favorite Indian child hood puddings of all time!      Soo easy to make! Ingredients – 1 Cup of Butter 1/2lb 1 Cup of Whole Grain flour 3 cups of water 1 cup of sugar Method – 1.  Get a small saucepan and pour the water and the sugar into it, […]

Pancakes

Pancakes

Pancakes – who doesn’t love a good golden pancake with their favorite syrup on?! I will be giving away my recipe on how to make golden delicious pancakes with no measuring equipment only a mug! Once you make this recipe it will be repeated many more times as its soo easy to make!  Serves 8 […]

Rolo Milkshake

Rolo Milkshake

Rolo Milkshake – A great Milkshake for Rolo fans and just genral Milkshake lovers! Really easy to make and once again the end result is amazing! Serves 3 glasses.  Ingredients – 2 packs of Rolo chocolates 250 – 300ml of Milk 100g of Vanilla Ice cream. Method – 1. In a blender jug, add in […]

Peppercorn Pork Steaks with Peppercorn Sauce

Peppercorn Pork Steaks with Peppercorn Sauce an amazing dish to have! Such a lovely peppery meal! This dish serves about of 6 pork steaks or even more. Ingredients- 2 table spoons of oil Pork steaks Salt and pepper to season both sides with. Peppercorn sauce – 1 tablespoon of oil Pepper as much as you […]

Vanilla Milkshake

Vanilla Milkshake one of the best classic milkshakes of all time! I am going to tell you how to make the best and the easiest Vanilla Milkshake you will ever taste! A classic creamy Vanilla Milkshake! The name it’s self just tempts you!  This recipe serves four glasses. Ingredients – 4 cups of Vanilla ice […]

Oreo Milkshake

Oreo Milkshake a great milkshake for the hottest of days and even tempting to have on a cold night in! If you are a Oreo fan, then this milkshake will be like heaven in a glass! By using these ingredients it serves 3 glasses. Ingredients – 250ml of Milk 6 Oreos, it may not seem […]

Recipe of the day!

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Okay so I have started doing a recipe each day now on the Secret Cooking Blog! I will be posting recipes for drinks, sweet and savory and anything else! So what ever you want me too make just email me and I am sure I can sort something out.
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Blueberry Muffins

Blueberry Muffins! Another great sweet recipe, perfect for the kids and even the adults! Very easy to make and the end results are amazing! You can taste the sweet blueberry’s bursting in your mouth. Makes about 12-14 depending how much mixture you put in each case. Ingredients – Dry ingredients – 250g Self raising Flour […]

Cheesecake

Classic Refrigerator Cheesecake – This has got to be one of my favorite cheesecake recipes! It doesn’t even last a day at my house!
Its a nice,and quick recipe which is very easy to make, and anyone can make it.
One thing I love the most about this cheesecake is it is perfect for any occasion! And a real treat!
Cheesecake

Ingredients-
– 150g of fine digestive biscuit crumbs.
-50g of demerara sugar.
– 50g of melted margarine or butter, I think margarine works the best to stick the crumbs and sugar together.
– 500g of Philadelphia full fat cream cheese, or you can use your favourite type of full fat cream cheese.
– 2 tea spoons of vanilla extract.

Method:

1. In a mixing bowl, add in the biscuit crumbs and Demerara sugar and also pour in the melted butter or margarine, and then give it a good mix so it all starts to stick together. Cheesecake

2 Get a 20cm spring-form cake tin or any size tin, and line it with greaceproof paper/baking paper. Get a metal spoon and spoon in the biscuit mixture, and press down firmly make sure you try to get it as even as possible. Classic Cheesecake

Place in the refrigerator for about 20 minutes until the mixture has set.

3. In a larger mixing bowl, either using a whisk or a wooden spoon, (I prefer using the wooden spoon) beat together the cream cheese and add in the vanilla extract. Try to get as much air in their as possible, so its nice and fluffy and easy to spread. Cream Cheese for Cheesecake

4. Get out the base from the refrigerator if it has been 20 minutes or more – (Just remember the longer you leave your base in the refrigerator the harder it will get and the more harder it gets, it will be sooo much easier to spread your cream cheese mixture) once you get your cheesecake base out so the biscuit mixture, spoon the cream cheese mixture over the it, try make sure that there air bubbles. Then smooth the top of the cheesecake with a pallet knife or spoon.

5. Put the cheesecake in the refrigerator for 1 hour until it has set. I like leaving my cheesecake in the fridge over night or for 4+ hours as it really sets and there is a lovely crunch to it!

I hope you try this recipe at home, I would really appreciate the feedback and pictures from your cheesecakes!
Maybe add some fruit on top? Or put some blueberries in the cream cheese mixture?
Any questions just please ask:)
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Welcome

Hiii everyone, welcome to the ‘Secret Cooking Blog.’ Where I will be sharing my own recipe’s and top tips, I will also be talking and sharing about the latest info on the world of Catering and Cooking! But mainly I or hopefully ‘WE’ will be talking about anything food related! You know just general chit chat:)

Why I have started the blog- I started the Secret Cooking Blog, because I have a dream  no a goal to own my very own restaurant when I’m older! I hope by creating this blog I can get as much information from you guys as possible such as: what types of food you like, what you expect from a good quality restaurant? You’re top tips in making the most perfect, mouth watering…. I don’t know Blueberry muffin? So when you all come to my restaurant it should be perfect for you guys!

Plus me being only 15 years old, I will gain so much knowledge from creating this blog, constantly keeping up to date with the world of food and learning from your tips. I hope I can help you all as much as possible and teach you knew recipes and lots more food related stuff! I will be creating a twitter page soon! So please give me a follow!
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