1. Earl Grey Tea Chiffon Cake - adapted from Okashi's Green Tea Chiffon Cake.
Thing is, I didn't have enough eggs in the house, so I halfed the recipe, and baked the cake in a normal cake pan. I overestimated the amount of batter and baked in two circle pans - the cake was super thin and wrinkly. :P Tasted good though.
I also baked at 200C instead of 150/160C as I had intended to bake something else thinking mom would buy eggs from the market (I smsed her but she didn't bring her phone with her), and I forgot to change the oven temp. :/ Anyways, the cake was really thin, so maybe 200C was the right temp anyways.
Texture: Light and Soft.
Taste: Slight tinge of Earl Grey Tea. Cyn felt it wasn't strong enough, but I felt that it was just nice. The tea taste ain't overpowering, so I could eat like 4 slices at a go. Dad had 2 or 3.
2. Allergen-Friendly Vegan Brownies from Leanne Bakes
Sorry to say, this wasn't my cup of tea. Goes into my bad recipe book - it has a strange taste to it, can't pin point the cause.
Texture: like a cake. I prefer fudgy brownies.
Taste: Tastes like cocoa. There's a strange taste.
The gluten free brownies I made previously are much nicer.
Texture: Light. Crumbs are a little coarse. May need to change flour type.
Taste: Oily. Taste weird.
Texture: Like buttercream I guess?
Taste: Sweet. Min likes it.