So overripe bananas are considered a victory in my house. It just so happens three of these overripe delights appeared on the kitchen table. This meant I can put them to good use and oh how there are so many uses! My usual go to is banana bread however the last time I made it, a cat snuck into our house and ate it! I’m not even kidding. So I took it as a sign and this time I thought I would make something else. Off to Pinterest I popped and I found this great blog – le creme de la crumb – a great name, I think you’ll agree, and lots of great baking content.
I gave her recipe a go and about a couple of hours later they were done. We found that we loved the muffins soo much that of the 16 we made on Friday night there now only remains 2, and it’s Sunday afternoon. 14 muffins in barely two days… Proud?.. I think so!
Mine didn’t turn out as well as creme de la crumbs, but I have a feeling it’s because my baking powders out of date. Next time, new baking powder and perhaps I will use half self-raising flower to help them along a bit.
Another awesome thing about overripe bananas… They are supposedly great at fighting cancer cells!
If you fancy making something else with your ripe bananas see this blog which has over 50 recipes and ideas. Or do what I do and turn to Pinterest!
I hope you are all having a great Sunday. As you know we’re buying a house, Im super excited and we are getting to the final stages of the purchasing process. There’s a lot to do and it’s kept me very busy sourcing contractors, getting quotes and setting up life insurance! Hopefully we will exchange soon which is going to the the best day of 2015 so far. We decided to spend our Sunday getting organised for the move by sorting through paperwork and clothes. I figure, the less stuff we have the easier the move will be and as the house is a blank canvas I would like to paint a great picture.
I’m going to try and post a blog every Sunday whilst I’m tied up with the house. I will vary the content each Sunday and blog mid week if I have time too!
❤ I spent the first part up and down the country with work and then the latter close to home making phone calls and booking necessary dentist appointments for my nashers and surveyors for our new house, finalising details for next weeks birthday surprise for Angus – cant wait! Finally, I spent yesterday at one of my favourite venues for a brilliant wedding, I have posted tonnes of pics on instagram if you fancy a peek at my world. The best thing about it all, was making new friends and seeing old friends for dinner, chats and catch ups and spending chill time with my lovely mother.
❤ Angus was also really busy, he headed off to Wales mid-week to give a presentation and was full of nerves before-hand and came back relieved and ecstatic. So we decided to spend our Sunday morning baking some birthday cupcakes for his mum whose birthday it was on Friday and then watch a film before heading out for a birthday lunch at one of our favourite local pubs.
❤ Baking is so twee and relaxing and you get to eat something yum at the end. We were inspired by Easter as yesterday was such a beautiful sunny day and the wedding I was managing had a real Easter Spring feeling.