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How to Bake Peanut Butter Banana Muffins
May17

How to Bake Peanut Butter Banana Muffins

Ahhh…the dilemma of over-ripe bananas… Well, it doesn’t have to be a dilemma…just bake something amazing or make a smoothie! Today, I’m showing you a recipe from scratch for Peanut Butter Banana Muffins that you’ll be so excited not only to make, but to devour. These are really tasty tidbits, and I made the small sized muffins today for a change.  They are adorable and delicious too.  Plus, they...

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How to Bake Banana Cranberry Quick Bread
Apr25

How to Bake Banana Cranberry Quick Bread

Today, I went into the kitchen to see that ripened banana staring back at me on my counter-top. What did I think of immediately? Banana bread, of course! I’m letting you in on how my brain works to creatively make up recipes in your kitchen, as I tell you how I like to substitute ingredients, how to, and why I do what I do. This recipe was winged on camera with bits and pieces I had in my fridge & pantry today to create a...

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How to Make Banana Rum Pudding with Toasted Coconut
Aug01

How to Make Banana Rum Pudding with Toasted Coconut

It’s summertime! Instead of making banana bread with your extra ripe bananas, make something else that can be served cool and that amplifies summer flavors… Why not make Banana Rum Pudding with Toasted Coconut and feel like you’re on an island? That’s what I did tonight, and you’ll be so glad you did, if you go ahead and try this Pudding Recipe. Type: Dessert Recipe Serve With: Homemade Whipped Cream, if...

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How to Bake Gingered Coconut Banana Bread for the Bread Machine
Jul12

How to Bake Gingered Coconut Banana Bread for the Bread Machine

I’m always looking for new and interesting ways to use those over-ripe bananas in the kitchen. My first thought always leans towards banana bread, but that can get boring, right? WRONG! Try experimenting with delicious flavors that will kick your mouth into gear with your new recipe! Try making peanut butter banana bread, chocolate banana bread, or a tropical twist banana bread like I’ve done here. Now, I’ve made...

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How to Bake Whole Wheat Banana Peanut Bread
Apr24

How to Bake Whole Wheat Banana Peanut Bread

Healthier and more nutritious is always the best way to go. With this whole wheat bread, you eliminate all the refined white flour, and replace it with an ingredient more substantial. Adding peanuts, other nuts or seeds gives this bread more texture, flavor, and nutrition. Type: Bread Recipe Serve With: Milk & Enjoy! Prep Time: 10 min Cook Time: 40-50 min Yield: 1 loaf Ingredients: 2 cups whole wheat flour 2 tbsp wheat germ –...

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How to Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Muffins
Oct12

How to Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Muffins

Don’t these muffins sound sinful? Well, they’re not very sinful…In fact, they’re kind of healthy. I use a whole wheat flour base instead of all-purpose flour, and add some nutritious ingredients that get “hidden” so that your family won’t even know they’re healthier for them! LOL Type: Muffin Recipe Serve With: Milk & Enjoy! Prep Time: 10 min Cook Time: 20-22 mins Yield: 12 large...

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How to Bake Whole Wheat Strawberry Banana Bread
Oct11

How to Bake Whole Wheat Strawberry Banana Bread

Looking for a healthier alternative to the traditional banana bread? Here it is made with whole wheat flour instead of all-purpose flour, plus a few extras that will boost the nutritional value. The freshly sliced strawberries put a twist on basic, boring banana bread by using a classic combination. Enjoy! . Type: Bread Recipe Serve With: Milk & Enjoy! Prep Time: 10 min Cook Time: 40-50 min Yield: 1 loaf Ingredients: 2 cups whole...

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How to Bake Tropical Fruit Bread for the Bread Machine
Sep25

How to Bake Tropical Fruit Bread for the Bread Machine

We have been craving tropical recipes for the past few months during the end of summer. Even our bread machine wasn’t safe!!! This is a great bread for breakfast or as a snack. Try it out… Type: Bread Serve With: Softened butter Prep Time: 7 min Cook Time: 2 hrs 30 min Yield: 1 loaf Ingredients: 3 cups Whole Bean Flour – this is gluten free 1/2 cup Bread Flour 1/2 cup Oats 1/2 tsp Sea Salt 1 tbsp Ground Ginger 1/2...

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How to Cook Vegan Breakfast: Gingered Coconut Banana Eggless Pancakes
Sep11

How to Cook Vegan Breakfast: Gingered Coconut Banana Eggless Pancakes

This morning, I wanted to make pancakes for my family. However, we had no eggs left and I didn’t want to make the trip to the store. So, I decided to experiment and go vegan and I’m so very glad I did. The result was probably the most delicious pancakes I have ever had – and I don’t like eating regular pancakes, I’m a crepe lover! They were filling, fluffy and so tasty…Try them – You’ll...

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How to Bake Plantains Venezuelan Style
May07

How to Bake Plantains Venezuelan Style

My family used to take in Venezuelan exchange students when I was in university. Here is a fabulous recipe, thanks to Valentina, that they love to eat in Venezuela. T Type: Side Dish Recipe This is just one of the ways they enjoy plantains…It’s absolutely fabulous! Serve With: Sour cream, if desired Prep Time: 5 min Cook Time: 15-20 min Yield: Usually 1 plantain per person for a side dish or appetizer Ingredients: 3 ripe...

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How to Bake the Best Vegan Banana Pecan Muffins

These were actually made by accident…I forgot to put the eggs in moving around so quickly in the kitchen. They turned out wonderfully, and then I realized my mistake…They turned out to be the Best Vegan muffins ever! ~ Kimberly Edwards 🙂 Type: Dessert Serve With: Softened butter or a rum creamed cheese Prep Time: 7 min Cook Time: 23-28 min Yield: 12 large muffins + 6 small muffins Nutrition Facts: Vegan recipe Ingredients:...

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How to Make Mom’s Unforgettable Ambrosia Salad
Dec11

How to Make Mom’s Unforgettable Ambrosia Salad

One taste of this Ambrosia, and you’ll crave it all year long! It is unbelievable as a Holiday dessert! So simple to make and so delicious to devour! ~ Kimberly Edwards 🙂 Type: Dessert Recipe Prep Time: 10 min + 1 hr refrigeration to chill Yield: 1 large bowl – about 9 cups of dessert Ingredients: 1 can Mandarin orange sections – No juice; please drain off. 1 can pineapple chunks – No juice; please drain off....

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