Today I am starting on the task of changing all my recipes which I have featured on my website onto the “Yummly” recipe site. I will still have a recipe page on my website but I am working on the layout of that too. This blogging and website work is all a case of trial and error. It does keep you awake at night though with all the ideas and jobs which need doing. I thought that I wouldn’t be able to sleep last night but yesterday I started to fill in a calendar for 2017 with my plans for the month ahead, ie, subjects to write about, what I need to change, where I need to join next and so on. I have been reading a blog called Charlottes Lively Kitchen and her monthly reports from when she started are full of helpful advice and ideas. I am going to start thanking her and commenting on her blog when I start to see results.

Anyway back to the matter in hand I am adding my brownie recipe to my blog but under the “Yummly” banner. This is so that when my Yummly publisher page goes live at Yummly my readers will be able to find my recipes and in a saveable format on this site as well as on my blog and website. Joining Yummly means that more people will be able to see my recipes which is what I want to share.

[lt_recipe name=”Chocolate Brownies” servings=”12″ prep_time=”10M” cook_time=”30M” total_time=”40M” difficulty=”Easy” print=”yes” summary=”Nutritionally, one slice contains 174 calories, 8.9g total fat (11% daily total fat), 22.8g total carbohydrate (8% daily total carbohydrate), 1.4g fibre (5% daily fibre) (based on a 2000 calorie diet).” image=”” ingredients=”80g soft spread;40g cocoa;145g caster sugar;2 eggs;60g plain flour;0.5 tsp baking powder;100g chocolate chips” ]Preheat oven to gas 4.;Line a 10x8inch baking tray.;Melt the soft spread in a pan. ;Add the sugar and cocoa.;Beat in the eggs.;Add the flour and baking powder.;Transfer into the tray.;Sprinkle on the chocolate chips.;Bake till firm to the touch.[/lt_recipe]