I whipped this up on the spur of the moment, having no idea it would taste this good! I used fresh blueberries and canned pineapple. I am sure it would taste just as good using frozen blueberries and fresh pineapple. The first time I made this smoothie, the intense color about knocked my socks off! My husband and I love this smoothie and I hope you will enjoy it too!
Another way to use your Amish Friendship Bread Starter. If you don't have starter, use Recipe #153 to start the process. You can add a simple glaze of 1/2 cup confectioner's sugar mixed with 1-2 Tbls. of milk, or you can leave it plain. Can be used as a dessert or coffeecake.
In response to the 1-star reviews: I'm not sure why people are having problems with the recipe. It is just an adaptation of Recipe #60676. I've made it numerous times without any problems (as you can see in the photos). There isn't any added sugar because the sugar is in the starter.
NOT bragging, but everyone says this is simply the best banana bread they've ever had. Blueberries are one of my FAV fruits and I put them in everything!I LOVE to make it, especially since it makes 2 loaves. We keep one and always give the other one away. :)
Perfect for lazy, weekend breakfasts. Sackville Girl made a sub and used raspberries and, well, you can see the great results in the picture! I must have really big muffin tins (or maybe they're bigger in Europe?) cause I get a dozen over-sized muffins with this recipe.
We had a block party for Memorial Day and I brought this jello dessert. You can buy the actual mold from www.kraftfoods.com/jello/ for $3.50. I got the jello mold free for buying jello at my local grocery store, which included several recipes. If you don't have the mold, use a pan that has a 10 cup capacity.
Follow directions as closely as you can as the consistency of the jello is very important.
Please note that you can use (2) 4 serving size packages or (1) 8 serving size packages of jello for the red and blue layers.
This will be a hit at your next holiday gathering!
Saw this recipe made on Rebecca's Garden and it looked good (and of course easy). I haven't made it yet but will try it soon. Most any fruit can be substituted so start experimenting. This is great on toast, bagels, waffles or any plain pastry.