• Bread,  Desserts,  Kids Favourites

    Banana bread with almonds

    Every week we buy bananas. Some weeks we eat them all some weeks we buy too many and at the end of the week we end up with over riped bananas. When that happens i either bake chocolate banana muffins or a banana bread. Last sunday i thought a banana bread will be good so that’s what i baked. Ingredients: 3 ripe or very ripe bananas – you could use good ones but you might need to mash them with a mixer; if they are very ripe then it it ok to be squashed with a fork or with the potato masher; 125 ml vegetable oil; 2 eggs; 100 gr of soft…

  • Muffins and cupcakes

    Very quick blueberry muffins

    We had this box of blueberries for a while in the kitchen but hubby and boogie didn’t really fancy eating them so I decided to bake some muffins instead. If I wasn’t on a diet I would’ve probably eat them by now but blueberries are not allowed at this rage in my diet. So as I was preparing the dinner, I thought about mixing the ingredients for these muffins as ŵell. Quickly I googled the recipe on my iPad and found this easy recipe on the Good to know website. You can get the ingredients from there. I didn’t really follow the exact measurements and the order of mixing the…

  • Biscuits

    Coconut and oats cookies

    I found this recipe in one of the books that I bought over the years. It is very simple and I should say quite healthy. The book doesn’t have an author is just a collection of recipes. I should probably mention that the book is from a charity shop. Ingredients: 1¼ all purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon soda ½ cup granulated sugar ½ cup brown sugar ½ cup butter (or margarine) 1 egg 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup uncooked oats 1 cup flaked or shredded coconut Place flour, baking powder, soda and salt into a bowl a mix together. Add sugar, brown sugar, butter, egg and vanilla…