Friday, November 16, 2012

And From Hollywood............

Angelina Jolie Chocolate Chip Cake 

 



6oz  Hershey’s Cookies N Creme Chocolate Candy Bar
½ Cup Butter
1/2 cup sugar ( I omited)
2 Eggs
½ tsp Vanilla
1 Cup Flour
½ tsp Baking Powder
Pinch of Salt
7 oz Sweetened Condensed Milk
3/4 cup Chocolate Chips





1/  Preheat oven to180 deg c. Line the cake pan with greaseproof paper.
2/  Melt the cookies n creme chocolate bar, sugar and butter over low heat until melted. Be careful don't burn your pot.


3/  Lightly beat together two eggs and vanilla.
4/  Temper the eggs by adding in a tablespoon of the melted butter mixture into the eggs.
5/  After the first tablespoon is thoroughly mixed into the eggs add one more tablespoon and mix well.
6/  Then add the entire egg mixture into the butter mixture and mix until well combined.
7/  In a mixing bowl combine flour, baking powder and salt.
8/  Stir the flour into the egg mixture until mixture is incorporated and smooth.


 9/   Pour into 5 inch heart shape pan.
10/  Bake at 180 deg c for 20 minutes.
11/  Remove from oven and immediately pour sweetened condensed milk over top of brownies.
12/  Layer with ¾ cup chocolate chips.
13/  Serve warm or chill.



One of life's mysteries is how a two pound chocolate candy can make a person gain five pounds.

One bite....and mmmm.... it sure taste heavenly.



And From Tahiti...................

Baked Papaya 



Ingredients (6 serving)
3 ripe but firm papayas
6 small pieces vanilla bean
6 teaspoons butter
12 teaspoons brown sugar
1 tsp cinnamon powder
4oz thick coconut milk (chilled)

One scoop in your mouth.... OMG, a truly divine tropical dessert. 


One spoonful and you'll feel like dancing the hula hula.......


1/  Preheat the oven to 175 deg C.
2/  Split papaya into half. Remove the seeds.
3/  Split the vanilla bean and scrap out the tiny seeds. Keep aside.
4/ Wrap the papaya with aluminum foil,  arrange the halves papaya, cut side up, in a baking dish with about one-half inch of water over the bottom.
5/  To the center of each papaya half, place a small piece of vanilla bean and the seeds, a teaspoon of butter,  two teaspoons of brown sugar, sprinkle some cinnamon. Bake until thoroughly tender. (Approximately forty-five minutes to one hour.)
6/  Cool  the papaya, pour chilled coconut milk and serve immediately.



Money talk. Chocolate sings.
My thanks and appreciation to a Canadian friend for the above recipes and pictures with his compliments.


To friends who enquired what camera I use to take my pictures it's my small pocket digital camera.

Have a nice weekend, Cheers!


122 comments:

  1. WOW! What a cake!! Angelina Jolie cake sure looks heavenly inviting. LOL I've never baked papaya before & this looks very interesting with coconut milk! I bet it's sedaplicious ! YUMMY & sexy post! Sending you lots of <3 & hugs. Have a nice day babe! :)

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    1. Hi kit,thank you. That's so sweet of you. I appreciate it. This cake sure taste heavenly, especially the chocolate chips topping.

      This Baked papaya is my first tried, it's very delicious and unique.
      With lots of love and hugs to you. Have a nice weekend,regards

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  2. wow! never thought about baking the papaya..
    u ni kan Amelia..selalu buat org terkejut dgn resepi u...
    mantap..

    happy holiday :)

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    1. Hi Harnida, thanks you for dropping by with your kind words, really appreciate it.

      LOL, recipe I buat you terkejut??? Lain hari I kasi you warning dulu.

      Have a nice weekend, regards.

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  3. Hai Mil..
    apa kabar lama nya akak tak singgah sini terpesona tengok kek tu yg meleleh coklat dan bake papaya boleh try nanti pasti mantop..

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    1. Hi Kak Noor, Terima kasih. Macam lama kita tak jumpa ya? Nanti I singgah pondok akak, dah miss banyak akak punya masakan yang sedap sedap. Kak, baked papaya ni memang sedap, makan sampai juling mata. hahaha

      Have a nice weekend, regards.

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  4. Amelia, yummy, yummy, yummy! Whoa, a delicious cake topped with choc chips. Who can resist? Resistance is futile, and I won't even bother resisting! And that baked papaya is something totally new to me. Didn't know that papaya can be baked to make such a delicious dessert :)

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    1. Hi Phong Hong, thank you. That's very kind of you. I appreciate it very much. This cake is irresistible, it's a cake "to die for". And the baked papaya is my first tried too but I like it very much. A totally divine dessert, very very delicious.

      Have a lovely weekend, regards.

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  5. wow!!! awesome cake... the hula dance photo reminds me my wonderful Hawaii trip!!!

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    1. Hi Krishna, thank you for your compliments. Oh, you had been to Hawaii... your trip must be a very enjoyable!! So when is your next trip? :)

      Have a nice weekend, regards.

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  6. The cake sure look very inviting with the loadful of chocolate chips topping! I know it must be yummy. And ..... ooh...this is the fist time I came across baked papaya. I dont know whether i will accept this dessert but i know it is taste heavenly, isnt it?

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    1. Hi Mel, thank you for your compliments. Oh, this cake taste heavenly to go with a cup of hot coffee. This cake can be serve warm, taste very good too with the melted chocolate chips.

      This baked papaya is another divine dessert. It taste really good when serve chilled and the aroma of the cinnamon and vanilla bean is excellent.

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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  7. Feeling like at heaven....Amazing shots! Love all you show us here! Amelia, you invoke all the magic of flavours and design the perfect scene where your desserts are pure art.

    All the best!

    Maytcakes

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    1. Hi Maytcakes, thank you. That's very lovely of you, I really appreciate it. Glad that you enjoyed my posting. :)

      This cake and baked papaya sure taste heavenly. One mouthful can make you blink your eyes 3 times. LOL

      Have a beautiful week ahead,regards.

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  8. haha....you're such a creative lady, always comes out with surprising ideas!
    This is first time I saw baked papaya, very special dessert lor!
    Heart shape cake with full of chocolate chips on top, really can make people crazy about it, hihi!
    Have a nice weekend!
    :)

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    1. Hi Casey, thank you for your kind words and compliments. Me?.... guess I'm too free nothing better to do. LOL I always enjoy playing in the kitchen to try out new recipes, photography and creative food art is part of my hobbies.

      This cake with load of chocolate chips and baked papaya is highly recommended, I'm in love with it. :)

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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  9. Amelia , much as I like Miss Jolie , I like your very chocolaty cake more :D Of course , she looks as scrumptious as your cake but sadly we can't eat her , right ?! lol And that baked papaya is just as delicious ...... Sluuuurp ! Buuuuuurp !!!! :D Have a terrific weekend !

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    1. Hi Anne, thank you. That's very sweet of you, I appreciate it. Angelina is very beautiful and alluring but we can only admire cannot eat her. LOL

      This chocolaty cake and bakes papaya is highly recommended, taste awesome. I'm loving it!! The baked papaya is very refreshing, preferably serve chilled.

      Have a great week ahead,regards.

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  10. Amelia, I loved your story and pictures :) The cake looks as beautiful as Angelina Jolie and your papaya makes me feel like I'm sitting on a Hawaii beach!!

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    1. Hi Mich, thank you. That's very nice of you, I appreciate it. Glad that you enjoyed my posting. Both the dessert are delicious and it taste awesome. I join you sitting at Hawaii beach. LOL

      Have a fabulous week ahead,regards.

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  11. Irresistible cake dear! Don't know if I like Angelina Jolie (no offense fans!), but loved your cake that too topped with choc chips! How heavenly!!! :)))

    Wish you a beautiful day my dearest friend!

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    1. Hi my dear Love,thank you. That's very sweet of you, really appreciate and cherish your friendship.
      This cake sure taste heavenly, wish you're nearer then I can share half with you. :)

      Have a lovely holiday, regards.

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  12. Even if I don't like Angelina, this cake looks so good!!! You are very creative!
    And now thanks to you I know another way to eat papaya! :)

    Have a peaceful weekend~

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    1. Hi Alina, thank you for your compliments. Really appreciate your visit and your lovely comments.

      If you harvest any papaya from your garden, do give this bake papaya a try, it taste excellent.

      Have a lovely week ahead, regards.

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  13. What a heavenly looking cake amelia...Delicious papaya....gorgeous Angelina Jolie...great pictures..Feast to my eyes here..

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    1. Hi Vidya,thank you for your kind words and compliments. Glad you enjoy my posting.
      The cake and papaya are extremely delicious, I fall in love with it. :)

      Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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  14. Hi Amelia
    ohhhh gorgeous gorgeous Angie..ermmm I mean Angelina Jolie..LOL. She is definitely one of the most beautiful women in the world. I am a great admirer of her work and her beauty of course and ahemm of her partner...haha. The chocolate chip cake looks divine just like her!! Very befitting indeed.
    Yumm..your baked papaya is a great revelation. I am as usual amazed at your creativity, thus the reasons why I am always happy after visiting your blog...lol. What will you think of next. :)

    Looking forward to your next posts. Have a fabulous weekend ahead.



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    1. Hi Angie, thank you for your kind words and sweet compliments. You're very gorgeous looking too. Glad you enjoyed my posting. The compliments from all my friends definitely give me more encouragement and motivation to improve my cooking/baking skills.

      Ya, Angelina is very beautiful and gorgeous. I admire her beauty too.
      This chocolate chips cake taste heavenly and the baked papaya is very divine. You can try it out as both are very simple recipe yet finger licking good.

      Next posting? No sure what's cooking but I prefer to surprise you, so sorry no hint, ok! Stay Tuned!

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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  15. Amelia, your Angelina Jolie Chocolate Chip Cake is more salivating, arousing and tempting than Angelina Jolie. Thanks for the recipe.

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    1. Hi Yan, thank you. That's very sweet of you, I appreciate it. Glad you like the recipe.

      Have a fabulous week ahead,regards.

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  16. Wow Amelia the cake looks so heavenly and so very inviting. Loved its texture

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    1. Hi Vimitha, thank you for your compliments. Really appreciate you visit and lovely comments. Yes, this cake taste heavenly cos it's load with chocolate chips too.

      Have a great week ahead,regards.

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  17. Isn't that gorgeous? I'm talking cake here :)
    And baked papaya? That's new to me. And with all those delicious condiments ... interesting!

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    1. Hi Ping, thank you. That's very kind of you. Ya, this cake is awesome and delectable, it worth to try it out.

      The baked papaya is very divine too especially serve chilled. Overall the pairing of the condiments is excellent.

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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  18. I wish that one day I can go to Tahiti as it is such a beautiful place. I was originally planning to have my honeymoon there but at last I changed my mind & went to Japan instead, hahaha! I'm here for your cake but I'm not a fan of A.Jolie coz I personally think that she isn't normal.I'm on J.Aniston's side! Anyway, sometimes without my intention, I love to do the "lip" thing that she does it all the time, hahaha~You know what is the "lip" thing that I meant? You saw some other actresses also did the A.Jolie's "lip pose!" I show you next time, hahaha!

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    1. Hi Jessie, thank you for your kind words and compliments. I'm hopping to have the chance to go Tahiti too, waiting for this weekend jackpot. LOL

      Next month I see you, better show me the "lip pose". I'm want to see who's posing better yours or A. Jolie!! LOL
      You not a fan of A.Jolie never mind, help yourself with the cake, my compliments.

      Have a wonderful week ahead,regards.

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  19. Amelia,
    This is a lovely and gorgeous post.
    Your cake looks so delish and the baked papaya sounds health kind of dessert..:)
    I like to come join you for tea..^^
    mui..^^

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    1. Hi Mui Mui, thanks you. That's very sweet of you, I appreciate it. Wish you're nearer then I can share my dessert with you. Meanwhile if you don't mind feast with your eyes first. :)

      Yes, this twp recipes is a keeper. The baked papaya is awesome, very nice scent.

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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  20. Delicious post, cake, papaya and everything in between :) Was a real feast for the eyes! Just out of curiosity, how did it get its name?

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    1. Hi Lite Home Bake, thank you. That's very kind of you, I appreciate that.
      I'm not sure how why the cake was name under Angelina Jolie, this recipe is given by an oversea friend.

      Have a wonderful week ahead,regards.

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  21. Beautiful, these photos should be in a magazine! Love that yummy looking cake and the strawberries are the crowning glory!

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    1. Hi Chris, thank you. That makes me feel really good. I appreciate that. Your encouraging words will certainly give me more encouragement. :)

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards

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  22. Ese pastel es un pecado comerlo se ve delicioso uhhhhhhhh y la papaya nunca la he puesto al horno pero si esta buena habra que probarla, gracias por la receta,,,,,,un beso muy fuerte sigue asi

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    1. Hi Conchibs, thank you for your compliments and kind words. You love papaya too then you should try this exotic baked papaya. It taste really good with the lovely scent of vanilla and cinnamon.

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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  23. delicious cake looks wonderful and wonderful papaya can't always get tasty ones here

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    1. Hi Akheela, thank you for your compliments. This cake taste heavenly and the baked papaya taste awesome with lovely scent of vanilla and cinnamon. Hope you can get good quality papaya to try this recipe.

      Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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  24. Oooooo Angelina Jolie is a total seductress! And your heart-shaped cake is wonderful... the presentation is so nice!

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    1. Hi Baby Sumo, thank you for your kind words and compliments. Really appreciate your visit and lovely comments.

      Have a fabulous week ahead,regards.

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  25. Such a heavenly cake !!! Love the drooling chocolate..and the baked papaya..amazing yet again.

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    1. Hi Amrita, thank you. That's very sweet of you, I appreciate that. Glad that you enjoyed my posting.

      Both of this recipes are a keeper. Taste very exotic and the baked papaya is excellent with lovely scent of vanilla and cinnamon.

      Have a wonderful week ahead,regards.

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  26. wow! angelina jolie! just cant stop admiring her looks! i'm smiling looking at that hula hula dance photo..can you imagine us doing that? LOL! Never seen something like that baked papaya before, you are really full of ideas!

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    1. Hi Lena, thank you. That's very kind of you. Ya, Angelina Jolie really look gorgeous, I admire her beauty too.
      We doing hula hula dance? LOL.. guess I might drown sprain my spine. hahaha

      This baked papaya taste exotic and the lovely scent of vanilla and cinnamon is very fragrant.

      Have a wonderful week ahead,regards.

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  27. the cake is definitely a must try
    the papaya - something new to me but reading the ingredients, i guess i would dance hula hula too after eating it LOL
    Angeline - this one goddess never fails to make men salivating and women's face turn green in envy! LOL
    btw, thks for the info about brown rice - really appreciated :)

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    1. Hi Alice, thank you for your kind words and compliments.

      Both the recipes are worth to try, taste exotic and heavenly especially the baked papaya.

      Angelina is very beautiful and gorgeous, I admire her beauty too. Love your comment about A. Jolie, you made me laugh. LOl

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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  28. What a marvelous sweet treat! I love those ripe papayas!

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    1. Hi Angie, thank you for your compliments. Yes, the bakes papaya taste excellent with lovely scent of vanilla and cinnamon.

      Have a fabulous week ahead,regards.

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  29. Lovely photos. Love the heart shaped cake. Have a super week.

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    1. Hi Carole, thank you for your compliments. Really appreciate your visit and lovely comments.

      Have a wonderful week ahead,regards.

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  30. looks and feel deliciously mouthwatering!

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    1. Hi Kaylan, thank you. That's very nice of you, really appreciate that.

      Have a great week ahead,regards.

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  31. Hi Amelia, I'm sure that Angelina Jolie would be proud of you, and happy to hear you named a luscious droolworthy cake in her honor...just wondering how all that 'fit in'...I mean with Angelina!
    Your cake is scrumpitous, mouthwatering and totally delicious; pretty heart shaped, perfect for Valentines, as well.
    As for the baked papaya, I've never had it baked other than in a salsa, or as a fruit salad. An interesting concept, filling it with coconut milk; truly makes one feel like I would be in Tahiti! Hugs to you, and wishing you a wonderful week! (It's Sunday morning here, @9:40am, and by you it's 9:30pm so your Sunday is ending)

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    1. Hi Elisabeth, thank you, that's a really lovely thing to say. I appreciate that.
      Not sure why the cake was name under Angelina Jolie, this recipe was a compliments from an oversea friend.

      The baked papaya is worth to try, the combination of vanilla and cinnamon is very fragrant. Best to serve chilled. Keep finger cross that we may have the chance to go Tahiti for holiday. LOL

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards. With hugs and kisses to you.

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  32. Hey Amelia, How are you dear? I am finally back to blogging but might take time get into the swing.
    You always bring sparkle to my eyes with your sweet and sweet pictures. Angelina Jolie Chocolate chip cake looks drool worthy enough with another wonderful roasted papaya.

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    1. Hi Balvinder, glad to see you back in action. I'm fine, thanks for your concern.

      Thank you, your encouraging words will certainly give me more encouragement and motivation.
      Both the recipes are a keeper, it taste heavenly especially the baked papaya. Glad you enjoyed my posting.

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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  33. Mel...i ingatkan u dapat recipe ni from angelina jolie...ha ha ha...yelah, cake as sweet as her kan...i kalau dpt kek cantik2 cam ni kan, sayang sangat nak potong....he he he..lagi satu, once dah potong, habislah i mengadap kek tu sampai habis...habis lari ukuran pinggan segala...

    Mel..i ingatkan u pakar DSLR sebab gambar2 u semua cantik2...now tengok u pakai compact digital camera, waaahhh terus kagum...u ada bakat jadi photographer nih....:)

    see u Mel

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    1. Hi Marie, thank you for your kind words and compliments. Cake ini memang sedap dan makan sekeping memang tak cukup. Kalau ada kopi lagi best.

      Kalau ada chance I buat you yang besar punya with extra chocolate chips. :)
      Makan dulu kemudian baru kira, kalau nak fikir banyak banyak, semua benda dah tak boleh makan.

      I pakai pocket camera murah aje, tak cukup budget beli DSLR lagi. Nanti kalau ada offer baru tukar camera. Semua posting I ambil hampir 60 hingga 80 keping gambar then baru I pilih mana yang sesuai untuk posting. Kadan kadan ambil masa 1 hingga 2 jam.

      Have a mice week ahead,regards.

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  34. Hey Amelia. 1st time here.. I love this cake with the choco chip overdose! :)

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    1. Hi Kavi, thank you for dropping by with your lovely comments. Glad to meet you. Will drop by your blog soon.

      Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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  35. looks inviting as well as yummmmy
    awesome cliks
    Tasty Appetite

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    1. Hi Jay, thank you, that makes me feel so good, I appreciate that.

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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  36. Right? How does that weight add up? lol...This looks amazing and Angelina Jolie is SO hot! Love this inspired post. I'd like at least half of this, please =)

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    1. Hi Angie, thank you, That's very sweet of you. Glad that you enjoyed my posting, really appreciate your visit and lovely comments.

      Wish you are my neighbor, then I can share half with you. :)

      Have a fabulous week ahead,regards.

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  37. Hey Amelia... How r u??? Ur cakes really irrestible ... With papaya... I hv nt dream of that!!!! Love the coc toppings!

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    1. Hi Subhie, I'm fine, thanks for your concern. Really appreciate your visit and lovely comments.

      Both the recipes are keeper, taste exotic especially the baked papaya. Very fragrant scent.

      Have a wonderful week ahead,regards.

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  38. Hi Amelia, you have a very gorgeous lady on your cover this time:D and why didnt I thought of baking papaya in coconut milk before? Looks delicious!

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    1. Hi Jeannie, thank you for your kind words and compliments. I admire Angelina Jolie cos she is so gorgeous and beautiful.

      This baked papaya taste exotic, the fragrant scent from the cinnamon and vanilla is excellent.

      Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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  39. My dear friend Amelia
    Many many thanks for so kind and lovely wishes and comment!
    Your photos and recipe are wonderful!!!!
    Thank you, i will do it...
    Many greetings and kisses

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    1. Hi my dear Magda, so glad to see you back in action. I missed you.
      Thank you for your compliments, I appreciate that.

      Have a great week ahead, regards. With hugs and kisses to you.

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  40. The Chocolate Chip Cake looks absolutely delicious. I thought nothing could be better, and then I read on about the baked papaya. Now I'm hungry again.

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    1. Hi George, thank you for your kind words and compliments. Both the recipes are excellent especially the bakes papaya taste exotic. Sorry.... I make you hungry again. :)

      Have a great week ahead,regards.

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  41. Cake looks really good. Hah!!! I thought it would look like her pouty lips... Hehehehehe!!!!!

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    1. Hi Suituapui, thank you for your compliments. Yes, this cake taste heavenly with overdose chocolate chips. :)

      Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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  42. my dearest Mel...
    arini ada free nak bw...

    mel, i ni hantu papaya tau. If dapat, tak sempat masuk oven...terus bake dalam tummy hihi..
    first time nampak naked papaya ni...tak pernah terfikir boleh buat baked papaya...

    thanks for the sharing ya...

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    1. Hi my dearest Kak Q, thank you for dropping by.
      Arh... you suka papaya juga? You punya perut temperature cukup panas untuk buat bake papaya? LOL

      Lain ari ada free you try lah bake in the oven sebelum you bake in your tummy. hahaha
      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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  43. Wow, both desserts look great Amelia...I never had baked papaya...I need to try this out!
    Have a great week :)

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    1. Hi Juliana,thank you. That's very sweet of you. This bakes papaya recipe is a keeper, the lovely scent of the vanilla and cinnamon is very fragrant.

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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    1. Hi Ola, thank you. That's very sweet of you. Really appreciate your visit and lovely comment.

      Have a wonderful week ahead,regards.

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    1. Hi Ola, this baked papaya taste exotic, it's worth to try. Glad you enjoy the recipe.

      Have a fabulous week ahead,regards.

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    1. Hi Sonia, thank you. Glad that you enjoyed my posting.

      Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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  47. Hi Amelia, love this presentation, the cake and papaya dessert. I have all the years eaten this baked papaya twice, once in Thailand, once in Penang....taste really fantastic, different, and nice scent too.
    The cake looks really good, and even though I'm not much of a fan for chocolate cakes, wouldn't mind 3 pieces of this one.

    As usual your photography really enhances your creations. Outstanding!
    Have fun and must say your creations, baking exceed our expectations.
    Best regards.
    Lee.

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    1. Hi Lee, thank you. Your compliments just made my day and really cheered me up. That really make me feel appreciated and give me inspiration and motivation. Thank you for always giving me encouraging words, it help me to improve my cooking/baking and photography skills. Really appreciate it very much. :)

      Oh.. you had tasted this baked papaya, really very nice right? Ya, this baked papaya taste exotic, I love it very much. Never regret try out this recipe, will bake this again when I buy papaya. The chocolate cake taste heavenly too. Wish you're my neighbor then I can bake this cake for you and make you iced coffee too. :)

      Have a great week ahead,regards.


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  48. Great sense of humour you have, Amelia :) love these two dessert, the cake sounds absolutely decadent, and the baked papaya, yums!! Bookmarked to try asap!

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    1. Hi Esther, thank you. That's very sweet of you, I appreciate that.

      Glad you enjoyed my posting and recipes. These 2 recipes taste excellent especially the baked papaya. The combination of vanilla and cinnamon really good.

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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    1. Hi Annmarie, thank you. That's very sweet of you.

      Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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    1. Hi Marta, thank you for your compliments. Glad to see you drop by. :)

      Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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    1. Hi Dawn, thank you for your compliments. Yes, this cake taste heavenly cos it's overdose with chocolate chips.

      Have a nice week ahead, regards.

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  52. wow...am drooling all over your cake...gr8 pics...:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.in/

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    1. Dr.Sameena, thank you. Thanks very sweet of you. glad to see you drop by.

      Have a nice week ahead,regards.

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  53. Nice to see..nice to smell and nice to eat.. yumyum.. Can wait to try myself..

    P/S: I'm sure the fruit seller would find it strange why papaya are selling so laku this few week.. haha.. with yours and Lee recipe..

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    1. Hi Norick, thank you for your kind words and compliments. These 2 recipes is a keeper, you can try it out when you free.

      Have a great week ahead, regards.

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  54. Now why am I looking more at the pics of AJ than the pics of the cake...

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    1. Hi Oldstock, thanks for dropping by. Glad that you enjoy looking at AJ pictures. :)

      Have a great week ahead, regards.

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  55. Lovely cake, great clicks and beautiful, soothing music!

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    1. Hi Cheah, thank you for your kind words and compliments. I appreciate that.

      Have a nice weekend. Regards.

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    1. Hi Amanda, thank you, that's very kind of you.

      Have a great weekend, regards.

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  57. What a lovely post & it's making me drool! Thks for leaving your lovely comments @ Shirley's Luxury Haven! I'm following u now at GFC & would love to have u follow me too. Good luck in my BellaBox Pendant Giveaway!

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  58. Hi Shirley, thank you for your kind words and compliments. Glad to see you drop by, really appreciate it very much.

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    Have a nice weekend, regards.

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  60. I wonder who is more tasty cake or Angelina Jolie? I'm kidding, of course! The cake looks amazing! Congratulations!
    A nice Sunday!

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    1. Hi Ioan, thank you. I had fun making it and it's great to know you like it.
      I appreciate that.

      Have a wonderful weekend, regards.

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    1. HI Three Cookies, thank you for your compliments.

      Have a nice week ahead, regards.

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  62. Hi Amelia,
    Wonderful pictures...Yummy chocochip cake...Love it....

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    1. Hi Tamilarasi, thank you for your kind words and compliments.

      Have a nice day, regards.

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