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  1. The Crazy Kitchen

    those puds look great, and photographing something like that is always tricky as you want to know that it's worked before you bother setting up the camera etc, but once you know it has worked you need to take the pics right now!

  2. jennypaulin

    I am with you on taste over presentation. I mean if it was not for blogging/social media it would always be about taste at home wouldn't it? And I know what you mean about trying to take photos – last night I wanted to take a shot of my pie served up. well of course the pastry crumbled and it looks messy! How ell, but like your puddings it tasted great!
    well done on making 7 puddings and boooo to the person who ate the remaining white chocolate !!
    thank you for taking the time to bake along this week xx #GBBOBloggers2017 x

  3. debsrandomwritings

    Hi Anne, bugger the presentation and pass me a spoon! The photo of the one with dark chocolate oozing out has got my mouth watering and I've not yet had breakfast. I have made them before with similar results to you, but no one ever complained about the state of them… They're like mini chocolate volcanoes, and when has a volcano ever erupted nicely?

    Thank you for linking up with the #MMBC.


  4. rebeccabeesley

    I've had the same problem in the past with them collapsing – i think it is just sooo tricky knowing the exact right amount of time to leave them in the oven. Still in my book it's about the taste – if they taste good enough for everyone to eat them then you've done a fab job. I think they actually look great too.

  5. Jayne @ SMABL

    They look bloody amazing to me! I can imagine them being quite tricky to get a good capture of. Nevertheless, I'm on my way for a piece 🙂

    Thanks for sharing with #MMBC. Hope to see you next week x

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