Tuesday, 19 May 2015

How to make Kladdkaka

How To Make Kladdkaka 
(Swedish  chocolate brownie cake.)


1 tablespoon of Flour
1 cup of sugar
5 eggs
100 grams of butter
250 grams of cooking chocolate


Grease a  25-30cm tin 

Turn the stove onto medium high/ turn the oven onto 150c

When it is hot enough melt the cooking chocolate and the butter into a large pot.

When the mixture is all melted put the sugar and the eggs into the mixture.

Wait till the sugar is dissolved.

Put the flour in.

Mix it too it is smooth.

Put the mixture into the  greased tin.

Put it in the oven for 20-25 minutes.

When it is done put in the fridge for at least 2 hours.

When it is out of the fridge cut it with a sharp knife. WARNING it can sometimes be really sticky if you leave it out so put it back in the fridge after each serve.

Friday, 6 March 2015

2015 so far...

It is now at the end of week 6 of school. I can't believe that it has gone this fast. On Wednesday we had swimming sports in stratford and had athletics yesterday in kaponga. We won the sheld again which was an amazing effort. I thought we had a great day in the hot weather. I also thought that everyone did awesome at swimming sports. Well done!

Tuesday, 6 January 2015

Book of the week

Here is book of the week. Week 3.
Is week it is called lily alone. Another jacqueline Wilson book.
I think this book is very good. It is also very interesting as well you should read it for yourself.
Here is a little summary about it.

Lily isn't home alone but she wishes she was. Looking after her three younger siblings was a lot of responsibility especially when she is only 11.

When Lily's mum goes off on holiday with her new boyfriends and leaves six year old twins bliss and Baxter, and three year old pixie on their own. Lily is determined to keep the family together and show how they can cope without any adults. But to keep their secret safe they need to find a better hiding spot..

Wednesday, 31 December 2014

Quote of the week

Here is this weeks Quote of the week.

Book of the week

This week book of the week goes to a book that I have recently read. Its called House of Secrets. I would recommend this book to 9 years and older. This book is really descriptive and hooks you in to read more.  I would give this book a 4 stars and a 8/10. Here is a little blurb about the book.

Cordelia, Brendan, and Eleanor Walker are not very happy when their parents purchase the creepy Kristoff House, especially after a mysterious woman appears and demolishes it. She claims to be the "Wind Witch" and the daughter of the original owner of the house, Denver Kristoff. The three Walker children are horrified when they find that their parents are dead and that they're characters in a novel written by Kristoff himself. Having read the book previously, Cordelia knew that they would soon meet a new person, Will, a member of the National Flying Corp from World war one. They soon find strange things and learn that they are not just captured in a single book, but inside three of them. The Wind Witch suddenly appears before them, saying that their mission is to find a secret book that she can't touch. She also promises to release their captured parents if they do so. They go on an adventurous trip to find the book, escape from the hurdles and save their parents. 

You should read this book I think you would like it if you are into adventure books.

Quote of the week

Sorry I am a bit out of week two. Any way here it is. I hope you like it.

Saturday, 27 December 2014

Book of the week.

 For each week I will be doing a book of the week. This week it goes to a Jacqueline Wilson book. This book is for people 9-12 years.  Its called Best Friends and here is a summary about it.

There are two girls called Gemma and Alice and they have known each other for all off their lives.

One day Gemma was getting suspicious with Alice. Gemma knew that Alice was hiding some big secret. Gemma was wondering why Alice wouldn't tell her if they had been friends all of their lives.
Then Gemma makes a mistake and reads Alice's diary without asking...

Read the story yourself to find out the ending.