I had some bananas that were becoming very ripe so I decided to make a banana bread. I wanted something with a twist so I added the peaches in. Smells wonderful, tastes great! Perfect with a cup of tea!
My friend Lindsey is a vegetarian. She is always sharing her recipes with me, as I love veggies myself. I made this chili on the stove top, then poured it into my crock pot and simmered it for about 4 hours. It was wonderful. I served it to some of my male friends & they loved it, even with the absence of meat! I used my mini electric chopper and chopped the veggies pretty fine.
Fudge recipe from the cupcake project, adapted from chocolate balsamic truffles from the vosges store in Chicago. Use a good quality balsamic for best results. Author recommends saba, a traditional aged balsamic. If you want less balsamic flavor, sub vanilla extract for some of the balsamic. Serving size is an estimate. Cook time is time for fudge to set.
From smitten kitchen blog. These look wonderful. The blog stated they were good without frosting as a breakfast muffin, just cut the sugar back a bit and sub wheat flour for the cake flour. Also suggested adding pecans to the batter if you like.
from the smitten kitchen blog. these look yummy, saving this recipe here until i have a chance to make it! this recipe could work with other fruits, such as apples, pears, raspberries, etc. use your imagination!!