for the "democratic table" this is a sweet easy, sustainable (because soy milk is produced by a company that participates in the project CO2 Neutral and cocoa and fair trade), suitable for vegans and coeliacs and children ... who can say enough;)
Moving on to the recipe. You know that so cool snack for children with that catchy tune (the cows are muuu ago but a mu-mu ...) and children too grunge? That's that! Matthew loves the publicity and sings the tune from there to want the product is a short step (already asked me the cookies in my heart that together we will of course, because as the song says "is more beautiful with ..."). Since prevention is better than cure, I started in the kitchen to try to produce a home version of the dessert with the spots and I'm sharing the recipe.
vanilla soy milk (Provamel)
6 tablespoons sugar (I have those Ikea which are a bit smaller than traditional ones)
6 tablespoons flour 3 tablespoons rice
cocoa (integral coop)
* If you can not milk the vanilla it will take even a vanilla bean which accounts for the length and add the soy milk
milk Divide into two pans from the bottom up and add 3 tablespoons sugar and three of rice flour for each
In one of the two also joined in the cocoa and, if necessary, the vanilla. I recommend you mix the dry ingredients before you add them to the milk, this will prevent the formation of lumps. Stir often to prevent sticking to the bottom and bring to a boil until it thickens. Try to make it compact enough, this will make it easier to create the effect of stains.
After cooking let cool and pour into containers with two tablespoons cream, alternating the two colors (I used those transparent so you can see the effect OF THE PRODUCER spots around the jar).
| avent ones we've finished the jar and I have not had time to photograph them, |
this is the first version thickened with agar-agar. We did not like because
little too sweet and too compact. With more sugar but it would not hurt