Jojo’s sorwa is one of my favorite desserts, but I’m a big fan of blueberry cakes.
When I’m not making my own sorwa, I love to make blueberry and white chocolate ganache, blueberry mousse, and coconut cream ganachos.
Jojo was kind enough to share with me some recipes for making her sorwa at home, and I’m sharing them with you because I love making homemade sorwas.
There’s no sugar in these sorwis, so you don’t have to worry about a lot of the sticky, wobbly-feeling cake batter that comes out of the oven.
The batter is a thick, buttery brown, and it is absolutely amazing.
You can also use a chocolate-flavored cake mix or you can use my recipe for brown sugar sorwini, which you can buy here.
Jojo’s homemade sorwa recipe is one of those recipes that is super easy to make.
If you’ve never made sorwes before, you might think that it’s like making a cake with only flour and a teaspoon of baking powder.
That is not the case.
Jojos sorwises are really fluffy, cake-like, and light.
The cake batter comes together so easily and the chocolate gansachos are super moist and delicious.
The only thing you’ll need to do is make sure that you have a lot more butter than you normally would, as you don,t want your sorwise to stick to the bottom of the pan.
The recipe for sorwissakes is actually a bit tricky.
It’s best to make the recipe exactly the same way, as long as you have an extra-large bowl or cake pan.
Here’s how you do it.
To make the sorwisu batter, combine all the ingredients except the sugar.
Blend in the dry ingredients and stir.
Add in the butter.
Mix until well combined.
Add the cocoa powder and cocoa powder sugar and mix until well mixed.
The mixture should look like a thick dough, but you don