Fresh, juicy, healthy fruit is the perfect easy snack or dessert on its own but you can also use it as the basis for many delicious recipes, both savoury and sweet.
When you are looking for a change from banana bread this is a wonderful recipe for banana muffins that is sure to please the fussiest eater.
This recipe is from a girl I met at Mothers Group who brought the muffins along to morning tea. My taste buds were struck down that day and I begged her for the recipe. The combination of bananas and chocolate in a muffin is a perfect match!. They freeze well and I often include them in my kids lunch box as they defrost in 20 minutes. Depending on the size of the bananas, you may get more than 12 muffins - but thats never a bad thing.
These scones are easy to make and sweetened with chopped dates. Lovely as a snack or for afternoon company.
This is a great healthy substitute for fattier counterparts. You can use plain flour instead of wholemeal if desired. Other fruits can be substituted as well!
This banana bread is moist and delicious, with loads of banana flavour. Friends and family love my recipe and say it's by far the best. It's wonderful toasted!
Using flour, brown sugar and cinnamon you can make a crumb topping for your banana muffins that really makes them stand out from the ordinary.
No one can turn down a banana muffin! As muffins go these are pretty healthy with all the fat coming from sour cream.
A good friend gave me this recipe, you could have a competition on guessing the ingredients of this fail proof cake and nobody would pick it. Truly one of the moistest cakes you could ever find. The top can be decorated with blanched almonds before baking, if you like.
Very easy to make. No cooking required! TASTY! Perfect for an afternoon or morning tea or even a picnic or packed lunch.
This recipe makes delicious muffins with a glorious soft, spongy centre. I add a sprinkle of icing sugar on top to add a nice finish to them.